This special episode features my live conversation with activist, writer and feminist organizer, Gloria Steinem and Oakland-based artist and activist Favianna Rodriguez.Read More
What if the root of all the world’s problems is the imbalance of masculinity and femininity in our leadership? Nina Simons, co-founder of Bioneers has spent over twenty years investigating the power of femininity to solve some of humanity’s greatest challenges. We discuss how she discovered that leading with the feminine can help anyone find their purpose and their passion.
And when you’re done, come on over to The Inflection Point Society, our Facebook group of everyday activists who seek to make extraordinary change through small, daily actions.
James Beard Leadership Award winner Anna Lappé has spent most of her career as a sustainable food advocate. It all started when Anna Lappé's mom, Frances Moore Lappé (author of "Diet for a Small Planet" and many more) invited Anna to research and then co-author a book with her. That book became "Hope's Edge," and they traveled the world looking at solutions for sustainable food production as an antidote to our food industrial complex. That was 2002. Anna was hooked and has made pushing for a healthier food system her life's work too and she's just been recognized with a James Beard Leadership award. We talk big food and marketing to kids--and the implications for the health of our planet and people.Listen to our conversation on iTunes or NPR One.
Energy Excelerator is a startup program for companies developing renewable energy solutions. Before she co-founded it, Dawn Lippert worked with Hawaii's state government to set a goal of 100% renewable energy by 2045--and now she is ensuring they can meet that goal. She tells me what they look for in an entrepreneur, and how they plan to meet Hawaii's goal.