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Season 3: Learning from nature how to design a regenerative world with Dr. Melissa Sikosana

In Season 3 of Black Earth Podcast, we are meeting visionary black women who are creating innovations inspired by nature.In this episode, we meet Dr Melissa Sikosana. ...

Season 3: Designing economies in service of life with Tinuke Chineme

In Season 3 of Black Earth Podcast, we are meeting visionary black women creating innovations inspired by nature.In this episode we meet Tinuke Chineme. Tinuke is an i...

Season 3 Trailer - Innovation Inspired By Nature

Hello Black Earth fam!We are so excited to be back for Season 3 of Black Earth Podcast!!The theme for this season is 'Innovation Inspired by Nature'. Join us for this ...

Celebrating the end of Season 2: Radical Imagination, Community and Active Hope

Season 2 is complete! In this episode, the Black Earth team, Marion and Anesu, reflect on their highlights and lessons from Season 2. We reflect on how our relationshi...

How African mythology is changing the environmental movement with Atwooki

In our final conversation of Season 2, Environmentalism Reimagined, we meet with Atwooki, creator of Yuniya.Named after her grandmother, Yuniya is a storytelling platf...

Disability justice and Earth care with Valerie Novack

Valerie Novack is an incredible policy researcher working at the intersections of disability justice, emergency management response and inclusive city design.In today’...

Becoming Black Girl Environmentalists with Wanjiku Gatheru

Wanjiku 'Wawa' Gatheru is the pioneering Executive Director and Founder of Black Girl Environmentalist. Black Girl Environmentalist is a U.S. organisation dedicated to...

Understanding abolitionist Earth care with Evie Muir

Evie is a writer, a domestic abuse survivor and specialist, and the founder of Peaks of Colour. Peaks of Colour is a nature-for-healing community group by and for peop...

Planting a homegrown Caribbean movement for climate justice with Derval Barzey

Derval Barzey is the creator of the Climate Conscious podcast, which amplifies the Caribbean perspective on climate change and sustainable development. She's also a le...

Celebrating Indigenous women’s leadership with Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim

Indigenous Peoples make up around five percent of humanity’s population and yet they are some of the world’s best stewards of nature. Their  scientific knowledge and w...

Gardening as a practice in liberation with Poppy Okotcha

Poppy is a Nigerian-British ecological home grower. Her fundamental belief that we are nature informs her work inspiring and educating millions of people on how to gro...

Black Earth Podcast: Season 2 Trailer

Welcome back to Black Earth Podcast!In Season 2, we are re-imagining the environmental movement. Join me in conversation with the leading voices of our time, as we lea...

Celebrating the end of Season 1 with Black Earth team and our listeners!

Season 1 of Black Earth podcast is complete! In this episode, the Black Earth team (Marion and Anesu) reflect on their highlights from Season 1, and what it means to r...

The values to transform our world with Ife Kilimanjaro

Nature loss and climate change are driven by values that people hold about themselves, other people and nature. So what can we do?In this episode, I speak with Ife Kil...

Hurricanes and climate justice in the Caribbean with Marjahn Finlayson

Marjahn is a climate change scientist, educator, and activist. Through her work, she addresses the impacts of severe weather in our changing climate, especially for is...

How gorillas and communities can live in harmony with Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka

Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka is an award-winning wildlife vet and the founder of Conservation through Public Health. For more than 20 years, Dr. Gladys has helped local ...

Reparations for people and nature with Esther Stanford-Xosei

Climate reparations has become an important and often misunderstood issue in climate justice. Whilst much of the discussions focus on paying money to countries that ar...

Love, farming and food justice with Leah Penniman

Leah Penniman is a Black Kreyol farmer, mother, soil nerd, author, and food justice activist from Soul Fire Farm in Grafton, New York. She co-founded Soul Fire Farm in...

All the feels: understanding eco-anxiety with Jennifer Uchendu

Jennifer Uchendu is an ecofeminist and sustainable development advocate from Lagos, Nigeria. She is the founder of SustyVibes, a youth-led organisation making sustaina...

Breathing air, breathing justice with Rosamund Adoo-Kissi-Debrah

Rosamund Adoo-Kissi-Debrah is a pioneering clean air advocate and mother of three children. In this powerful episode, Rosamund shares with us her personal journey ...

Black Earth Podcast Trailer

Welcome to Black Earth Podcast. Listen to our trailer to find out what's in store for you!

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