Green Economy Podcasts (New!)
We recently came across a series of podcasts by our personal Financial Advisor, Jim Cox. Jim focuses on sustainable investments, but we had no idea he was actively interviewing experts and activists from across the country on a variety of topics related to the emerging green economy. Jim writes, “Sometimes it feel like I’m a voice in the wilderness…” which led us to the idea of posting his podcasts for a wider audience.
James Cox is a financial advisor with FFG Advisors. He focuses on wealth and risk management for clients of the firm. He is on the board of several organizations. James joined FFG/DFP in January of 2012. Many of Mr. Cox’s clients are entrepreneurs and business owners. His practice helps individuals manage risk within their finances, even as they are striving toward creating successful companies. To learn more go to http://jamesacox.com.
The first one that came to our attention was the conversation with Janet Kirsch, a physician and public health specialist, who is devoting her life to climate mobilization.
Mobilizing for Climate Disruption (September 21, 2018)
Janet Kirsch is a physician and speaker with 350 Bay Area. We had initially talked days before hurricane Florence made landfall. We chat today about the need to approach climate disruption with increased vigor and commitment.
And here are some other selected podcasts from James Cox, available on iTunes and elsewhere.
Veganism and Climate Change (December 7, 2018)
Sailesh Rao in the director of Climate Healers and we discuss how Veganism can help address the climate crisis.
Solving Homelessness (November 20, 2018
Homelessness is a growing issue that is reinforced by multiple issues; financial insecurity, psychological issues, alcoholism, crime. How do we reduce the level of homelessness and resolve these many issues? We chat today with Michael Rowe of the Citizens Project of New Haven where he has been successfully doing this for 20 years.
Experiencing Hurricane Maria First Hand (November 15, 2018)
Stephanie Morales was born in Puerto Rico and lived through the tragedy of Hurricane Maria. She shares her story and insights… it’s one of the most moving conversations I have ever had.
The Role of Young People in Fighting Climate Change (November 8, 2018)
Michael Allen is a film-maker who is tackling the issue of climate change with his latest film, “How Hot Is It Going To Get?” He discusses in detail the need for young people to become educated and active. Any solutions to the climate situation requires a new level of activism.
Signs of Abrupt Climate Change (November 5, 2018)
Kevin Hester is a climate researcher studying “abrupt climate change”. He shares his insights as to current feedback loops feeding climate change and weather disruptions.
The Environmental and Economic Impact of RedTide in Florida (October 29, 2018)
We discuss the causes and impacts of RedTide in Florida with Ken Hinkle, the president of Indian Riverkeepers, part of the Riverkeeper Alliance. Corporate and government decisions are having a negative impact on peoples health and the states economy.
Further selected podcasts on Anchor:
On the Front Lines of Climate Change: a chat w Alekz Londos
Transforming Food for the Future: a chat w Bruce Friedrich
New Tech for Regenerative Ag: a chat w Elizabeth Pearce
Business Risk Around Climate Change: a chat w Scott Nadler
Art, Empathy, and Climate Change: a chat w Amy Brady
Addressing Sea Level Rise Through the Arts: a chat w Elizabeth Rush
Managing Risk from Climate Change: a chat w Jeff Colgan
Coops, Clean Power and the Future: a chat w Dan Orzech
Regenerative Design and Climate: a chat w Oliver Goshey
Ocean Health and Climate Change:a chat w Tapani Vuori
“Building A Human Economy”:a chat with Andrew Yang
Climate and Biology: a chat with Erik Van Lennap
Climate Changing: a chat with Paul Beckwith
Earthships and Sustainable Building: an interview with Michael Reynolds
A Buddhist View of Climate Change:a chat with Robert Thurman
Climate Change and Society: an interview with Peter Buckland
US Intelligence Agencies Cite Climate Risks
The Current State of Renewables: a chat with Jigar Shah
Climate Risk: an interview with Ian Dunlop
Climate Impact on Bangladesh: a chat w/ M Zakir Hossain Khan
The Science of Climate Change: an Interview with Ethan Seigel