Recent Podcast, Extinction Radio

Peter Melton recently included me on Extinction Radio, Podcast Episode 24, published on on Sunday, 9-6-2015.  Thank you Peter.  A real class human–a spiritual being who always gets it.  A gem of a man.

As they say, ‘We can not change the inevitable outcome of adding 240 million years of sequestered carbon into our atmosphere since the start of the industrial age. However, we can enjoy every moment until our inevitable end as a species.

‘Dance every day and treat every day like it is your last. Hug your friends and family and enjoy every moment you can spend with them. Recent interviews include Dahr Jamail, Derrick Jensen, Stephen Jenkinson. Peter Wadhams, Carolyn Baker and Guy McPherson’.

For the severely time challenged, my appearance starts at 12:25 and ends at the 36:32 mark.  For everyone else, other guests include climatologist Guy McPherson, ecocide attorney and author Polly Higgins, Carolyn Baker on the practice of gratitude, tree sensitive–among other things–Gail Zawacki, and the tirelessly committed, possessed of great clarity, and sharp as a tack, marvelous Professor Paul Beckwith among others.

It is humbly suggested you listen to the end–hard as I tried, could not quite-as yet–mak e out the name of the last guest, but a real stunner.  Stunner.  Repeat.  Stunner.

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About jenniferhynes99

As a highly trained engineer in technology with an emphasis on large data migration and a deep and abiding interested in spirituality [Buddhism], and having traveled the world, Jennifer brings her broad understanding to rapid climate change and sustainability and spirit. She is deeply concerned and cares deeply for our planet. While not a formally trained climatologist, her Arctic Methane Monster video went gone viral in the last year. As a senior person with plenty of responsibility at a Fortune 100 Corporation, she vowed not to seek to promote her video and yet surely it happened.
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