In this seventeenth episode of Faster Than Expected I ask myself the question, if there can be holidays of doom, of climate disruption and the dire consequences. At the end I will guide a short meditation to find an inner room of silence and peace.
My guest in this 16th episode is Jürgen Hornschuh. We are talking about living and dying in times of abrupt climate change from the perspective of India.
This is the first worldwide podcast episode, co-hosted by Kevin Hester, New Zealand, and Wolfgang Werminghausen, Germany. We are talking about the role of water in abrupt climate change, the lack of water, floods, risk for nuclear power plants and the inner connection with the whole nature, that can be experienced with water.
Everybody who is dealing with abrupt climate change leading to a climate catastrophe will stumble upon different emotions, that may be summarized as grief. In this 14th episode I am honored to introduce a wonderful woman to you, who dedicates herself to offer grief rituals: Azul-Valerie Thome.
What makes a biologist like Guy McPherson suppose, that the climate change leads to the demise of the human species? One of the answers we will hear in this episode is: Habitat, habitat, habitat!
My guest, Catherine Thompson is leading an extraordinary life. Born in Canada, she is living a somewhat nomadic existence mostly in the west of Canada. In the years of 2011-13 she traveled, on horseback, more than 2500 km through the southern plains of Saskatchewan and Alberta. She is presently based in a small mountain village in the north of Thailand where she has set up a musical instrument making and composing studio.