What Biden Is Bringing to the Climate Fight with Leah Stokes, Katharine Wilkinson and Julian Brave NoiseCat
He talked a big game during the presidential campaign. Our guests look at what the president is doing in his first year to back that up. Democratic control of the federal government was far from certain heading into the 2020 general election. But following the election of Joe Biden to the presidency and Georgia's two Senate seats going blue, an unexpected opportunity emerged. One of the biggest questions facing the party now in power is what it would do with this moment when it came to the environment. Climate policy has never been a given when it comes to actual legislation at the federal level. But President Biden and many of his fellow Democrats have put climate front and center in this first year of his administration. For this episode of the Crosscut Talks podcast, Dr. Leah Stokes, Dr. Katharine Wilkinson and Julian Brave Noisecat discuss the moves the president has made to shore up his administration's environmental acumen, the scope of his vision and whether it will amount to anything. --- Credits Host: Mark Baumgarten Event producers: Jake Newman, Andrea O'Meara Engineers: Seth Halleran, Resti Bagcal, Viktoria Ralph
All We Can Save: The Katharine Wilkinson Interview
Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior
With so much ominous news about the climate crisis heralding the man-made apocolypse, we need leaders like the women highlighted in the must-read book All We Can Save: Truth, Courage, and Solutions for the Climate Crisis. Co-edited by Dr. Katharine Wilkinson, climate author and teacher, and Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, marine biologist and founder of the non-profit think tank Urban Ocean Lab, this soul-hugging anthology provides a breathing space. Dr. Wilkinson joins us for an unforgettable discussion.
#50 Katharine Wilkinson: Making Our Hearts Public in Climate Conversation
What Could Possibly Go Right?
Dr. Katharine Wilkinson is an author, strategist, teacher, and co-host of the podcast, A Matter of Degrees. Dr. Wilkinson co-founded and leads The All We Can Save Project with Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, in support of women leading on climate. Her books on climate include the bestselling anthology All We Can Save (2020, co-editor), The Drawdown Review (2020, editor-in-chief and lead writer), the New York Times bestseller Drawdown (2017, lead writer), and Between God & Green (2012). She addresses the question of “What Could Possibly Go Right?” with thoughts including:That “at our very best, we as human beings are active and generative collaborators with lifeforce... in these relationships of reciprocity and almost play with the planet's living systems.”The “different kind of leadership that women are bringing in droves on climate”That dialog about solutions is often about scale and speed; yet, we would benefit from considering solutions at depth with “heart-centered wisdom” and love as a powerful leverage pointThe value of “making our hearts public”, bringing feelings and stories into climate conversation That what could go right is “in the onslaught of the quest for power and profit and prestige, that maybe these things could actually be replaced with care and courage and connection and community and creativity.”ResourcesThe All We Can Save Project: www.allwecansave.earth Book: All We Can Save: www.allwecansave.earth/anthology Podcast: A Matter of Degrees: www.degreespod.comConnect with Katharine WilkinsonWebsite: kkwilkinson.comTwitter: twitter.com/drkwilkinsonInstagram: instagram.com/drkwilkinsonFollow WCPGR on Social MediaFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/WhatCouldPossiblyGoRightPodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/buildresilienceInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/buildresilienceLearn more: https://bit.ly/wcpgr-resSupport the show (https://www.resilience.org/what-could-possibly-go-right-podcast-vicki-robin/supportthepodcast/)
Amanpour: John Kerry, Katharine Wilkinson, Larry Madowo and James Talarico
U.S. climate envoy John Kerry joins Christiane Amanpour to react to Jeff Bezos's idea to export pollutants out of this world to keep Earth "this gem of a planet." Scientist and author Katharine Wilkinson also weighs in saying that that to cut through all the politics around climate change, we need to address hearts and minds." Then CNN's Larry Madowo shares his frustration and anger over losing his uncle to Covid-19 and says vaccine inequality around the world must end. And our Michel Martin speaks to Democratic Texas State Representative James Talarico about what needs to be done to protect national voting rights.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Intersectionality in Climate Change with Dr. Katharine Wilkinson
Girl and The Gov, The Podcast
OH HEYY, it’s episode two of our climate-focused month and we could not be more excited about this episode. No, like seriously, we are screaming. We had the pleasure of interviewing, Dr. Katharine Wilkinson who wears so many hats in the climate realm that we’d have to build a closet just to store them all. To give you a glimpse at her role, she is an expert and strategist on how humans can address climate change. She is a New York Times best-selling author (Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming), the co-founder of the All We Can Save Project with Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, and has been named one of 15 “women who will save the world” by Time Magazine. As you can imagine, our conversation touches on a little bit this, and a lotta bit of climate change, with specific attention given to the intersectionality of this massive issue. P.S. Ask us all your questions and give us all your feedback on IG @girlandthegovthepodcast or via email at email@example.com!Katherine --> https://www.allwecansave.earth/https://www.drawdown.org/https://www.amazon.com/Drawdown-Comprehensive-Proposed-Reverse-Warming/dp/0143130447/https://www.ted.com/talks/katharine_wilkinson_how_empowering_women_and_girls_can_help_stop_global_warmingJUSTICE FOR DAUNTE --> https://justice4dauntewright.carrd.co/Brand Ambassador Program --> https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSelH0p5KWISaHaBI5-9nKSUItlY_eXiEmvsudpJIcRjKhfgyA/viewform?usp=sf_link
With a deep freeze in Texas leaving a wake of devastation, a UN Security Council Meeting weakly addressing climate change as the planet’s “gravest threat”, and massive investment for offshore wind in Denmark to produce green ammonia, there’s no shortage of things to be outraged by or optimistic about this week! We are at a new political moment where we are seeing the ambition for a cleaner world, and we are seeing the economics weigh more and more towards phasing out fossil fuels. We’re even seeing the political winds shift toward championing racial, social, and economic justice! And at the heart of the climate movement that is deeply committed to making all of this possible is a ferocious love for our planet, nurtured and activated by a ‘feminist climate renaissance’ as our guest, Katharine Wilkinson, phrases it. This week we talk to Katharine Wilkinson, author, teacher and former Editor-in-Chief at Project Drawdown, about her latest book co-edited with Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, ‘All We Can Save’, an anthology of women’s voices in the climate movement, and what is giving her a “fire in the belly and the heart” in tackling the climate crisis. Our interview with Katharine gets into why she believes the climate crisis is ultimately a leadership crisis, and explores the idea of transformative leadership and emerging voices at the core of the climate movement which she describes as, “characteristically feminine, but also more committedly feminist in its commitment to equality and justice.” And stick around later in the show for a musical performance from Desirée Dawson! — Thank you to our guest this week, Katharine Wilkinson. Website | Twitter | IG | Linkedin Project Drawdown’s Website The ‘All We Can Save Project’ Buy a copy of “All We Can Save”! A Matter of Degrees Podcast @allwecansave - Twitter | IG @degreespod - Twitter — Our musical guest this week is Desirée Dawson! Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | Music | Website Watch Desirée’s CBC Searchlight 2016 Finale Performance Here — Go check out Science Moms! Website | Instagram Moms Clean Air Force Website | Facebook — Keep up with Christiana Figueres here: Instagram | Twitter — Tom Rivett-Carnac: Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn — Paul Dickinson is on LinkedIn! LinkedIn — Follow @GlobalOptimism on social media and send us a message! Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn Don't forget to hit SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss another episode of Outrage + Optimism!
Telling Stories To Save The Earth: Dr. Katharine Wilkinson & Mary Annaïse Heglar
In this episode, Steve Nygren and Monica Olsen talk with New York Times bestselling author Dr. Katharine Wilkinson and writer + podcaster Mary Annaïse Heglar about the power of voice, their love of nature, and the new book "All We Can Save," which showcases the work of women at the forefront of the climate movement who are harnessing truth, courage, and solutions to lead humanity forward. As Mary Annaïse says, "Climate isn't a story, it's a saga," and "we are the heroes in the tale of saving the planet.” Katharine calls on us all to be "climate curious,” and to open your heart and use your super powers. Join us as we discuss the power of storytelling in affecting change.Mentioned In The EpisodeAll We Can Save Hot Take podcast Subscribers to their weekly newsletter Chattahoochee NOW Trust for Public Land Chattahoochee RiverLands Project Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson DRILLED Amy WesterveltLeah Stokes Kate Orff SCAPEEmily Atkin HEATED HEATED podcastThe Outdoor AcademyMary OliverAnnie Dillard Terry Tempest Williams The Pisgah National ForestLindsay BakerGlobescan “How empowering women and girls can stop global warming” Ray C. Anderson InterfaceGreen New DealMary Anne Hitt Sierra ClubCatherine Pierce Alice Walker Sewanee: The University of the South Madeleine Jubilee Saito Biophilic Solutions Promo
CLIMATE ONE: The Future Earth: Eric Holthaus and Katharine Wilkinson
Commonwealth Club of California Podcast
Science has given us a realistic picture of what Earth will look like with uninhibited levels of climate change: increased extreme weather events, crippled economies and a world where those with the least are the hardest hit. What would a radically re-envisioned future look like? What solutions do we need to replace tomorrow’s doom-and-gloom projections with thriving cities, renewed political consciousness, equitable societies and carbon-free economies? Join us with climate journalist and The Future Earth author Eric Holthaus and Project Drawdown Vice President Katharine Wikinson for a conversation on reimagining our role in creating climate solutions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Future Earth: Eric Holthaus and Katharine Wilkinson
Science has given us a realistic picture of what Earth will look like with unmitigated climate change: increased extreme weather events, crippled economies, and a world where those with the least are the hardest hit. By creating community and sharing feelings of fear and determination, “you can rely on each other and feed off each other…having an ecosystem of all these different people and entities and organizations that are involved in this great transformation effort is so critical,” says Project Drawdown VP Katharine Wilkinson. What would a radically re-envisioned future look like? What solutions do we need to replace tomorrow’s doom-and-gloom projections with thriving equitable cities, renewed political consciousness and carbon-free economies? A conversation on reimagining our role in creating climate solutions. Visit climateone.org/watch-and-listen/podcasts for more information on today's episode. Guests: Eric Holthaus, Author, The Future Earth: A Radical Vision for What's Possible in the Age of Warming (HarperOne, 2020) Katharine Wilkinson, Vice President, Project Drawdown Additional Speaker: Michael Méndez, assistant professor of environmental planning and policy at the University of California, Irvine This program was recorded via video on July 21, 2020. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Making your organisation more environmentally sustainable with Katharine Wilkinson
IMI Talking Leadership
In today’s episode we're joined by Katharine Wilkinson, lead author for the New York Times’ bestseller Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming. We talked about those practical things leaders can do in industries from food to government to reduce the environmental impact of their organisations, and the potential innovations out there that might change industries. This conversation was recorded back in late 2019 after IMI's National Management Conference.