60 Six Years Leading World Population Balance: Dave Gardner Reflects
The Overpopulation Podcast
Podcast co-host Dave Gardner reflects on the agony and the ecstasy of working to alert, educate, and inspire action to end our overpopulation crisis. Nandita Bajaj turns the table and interviews Gardner about his 6 years on the podcast and serving as executive director of World Population Balance. Who IS this guy? Why has he been working seven days a week for years to alert people about population overshoot and to “save the planet?” Don’t worry, Dave’s not leaving the podcast. But on May 1 he is stepping out of his position leading World Population Balance, the nonprofit standing up for the rights of future generations to live in a world worth inheriting. Gardner reflects on the state of the issue, and what progress has been made. He also shares his assessment of some of the obstacles to our work – including news media, economists, the population taboo, overpopulation denial, myths, misassumptions, and baby bust alarmism. Our next episode will announce and introduce World Population Balance’s new executive director. Don’t miss it! LINKS: Proven Solutions to Our Environmental Crises – view this panel on Earth Dayhttps://www.earthday2021.org 8 Billion Angels – info and screenings of new film about overpopulation http://www.8billionangels.org The Overpopulation Podcast is produced by World Population Balance, a non-profit organization committed to alerting and educating that overpopulation is a root cause of resource depletion, species extinction, poverty, and climate change. Our mission is to chart a path for human civilization that – rather than causing greater misery – enables good lives on a healthy planet. We advocate and support a smaller, truly sustainable human population – through voluntary reduction in birth rates. We envision a world where no one suffers in dire poverty and misery for lack of enough food, water, and other basic needs. We see a world where all species thrive and where lower consumption and population are in balance with Earth’s finite resources. Subscribe to Balanced View print newsletter (please request print version only if you’re not content to get this via email/website link) Share Your Thoughts With Us Join the Sustainable Population Meetup Receive Overpopulation Updates via email
Episode 140 - BROTHER DAVE GARDNER - RONNIE MILSAP - GRADY L.
From years gone bye, one of the best loved comedians of the 60's, Brother Dave Gardner, comes to our microphone and delivers southern humor in only the way Brother Dave could do. A man known by millions and will forever be one of music's best loved talents, Ronnie Milsap, comes forth with some of his best known songs. Grady L. just comes along.... Enjoy!
Dave Gardner is the Director, Researcher, and Visionary behind Growthbusters: Hooked On Growth, a film that explores our society's addiction to implausible growth and offers solutions to create a more sustainable way of life. Dave, a Colorado Springs Native, is also the host of the Overpopulation Podcast and Growthbusters Podcast. Did I mention he's also a really nice guy?
Who You Gonna Call? Growthbusters! (with Dave Gardner)
The Steady Stater
If there's something strange in your economy, who you gonna call? Growthbusters! And that's exactly what we did. In this episode, Brian chats with renowned podcaster, conservationist, and director of the movie Growthbusters: Hooked on Growth, Dave Gardner, about advancing the steady state economy, his forays into local politics, and his laudable, affable, and often (intentionally) laughable efforts to put de-growth on the big screen.
Dave Gardner hosts two fascinating podcasts about sustainability – The Overpopulation Podcast about solving world overpopulation, and the GrowthBusters podcast about sustainable living and finding the cure for growth addiction. World Population Balance, the non-profit Dave heads, is launching the One Planet, One Child Billboard Campaign to demonstrate how we can solve the human overpopulation emergency – humanely, voluntarily, and beautifully.
Episode 41: A Titanic Talk with Guide Dave Gardner
Joanna & Kevin’s Big Show
Dave GardnerIt’s the ship everyone has heard about. For the 41st episode of the podcast—still recorded remotely—Joanna and Kevin’s Big Show welcomes tour guide Dave Gardner who offers RMS Titanic walking tours. Dave has a wealth of knowledge about the fateful 1912 voyage and offers insightful (and fun) tours of locations around Manhattan that have ties to the shipwreck. His tours are packed with history and we get the scoop on how they came about. You can learn more on his Facebook page. Joanna and Kevin are both doing creative endeavors during the stay-at-home time period. On Fridays at 5pm Jo hosts a virtual happy hour. And Kevin has virtual walking tours. We realize the sound quality isn’t as good as what you’d get from NPR. The show is being recorded via Zoom, so we are still working out the kinks to make it sound better. During this crisis, we plan to put out more podcasts. For more about the hosts, follow Jo online and Twitter @JoannaPokerDocs and Insta @joannadocs and her YouTube Channel. Kevin is online here and Twitter @k72ndst and Insta @k72ndst. Our Facebook Page is here. Please like and review us. The post Episode 41: A Titanic Talk with Guide Dave Gardner appeared first on Kevin C. Fitzpatrick.
Overpopulation: Climate Change's Uncomfortable Truth? With Dave Gardner
For What It's Earth
Dave Gardner, host of GrowthBusters Podcast and The Overpopulation Podcast joins Emma this week to talk about climate change’s uncomfortable truth: We’re struggling with overpopulation. We need to do something about our population size and our rate of consumption. How do you deal with that without telling women what to do with their bodies? Download the episode to find out! We even got Dave to answer YOUR listener questions! Find For What It's Earth on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. Don't forget to leave us a review on your podcast platform - it helps new listeners find the podcast! Things we spoke about in the episode: One Planet One Child campaign and fundraiser: https://fundrazr.com/oneplanetonechild Thailand’s cops and rubbers campaign: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6l4loplFtYg 8 Billion Angels: https://8billionangels.org/ Growthbusters Podcast: https://www.growthbusters.org/podcast/
WCA #261 with Dave Gardner - College Radio, Critical Thinking, Diversity, Power Dynamics, Communication, Compromise, and Context.
Working Class Audio
Dave Gardner grew up in Pittsburgh, became an adult in Minneapolis, and lives in Northeast Los Angeles. He is the Chief Mastering Engineer at Infrasonic Los Angeles and a long time fan of loud sounds. His mastering and producing credits include Sun Ra, Rocket From the Crypt, Les Paul, Louis Armstrong, Germs, Portugal. The Man, Earl Hines, Bassnectar, The Hold Steady, Black Lips, Trampled by Turtles, Hot Snakes and many others.In this episode we discuss: Critical thinking and analysis Urban planning College Radio Gear Lust Diminishing Friction Diversity Power Dynamics Communication, compromise, and context. Links and Show Notes: Matt's new site: https://www.mattboudreau.com/ Sara Carter's article you must read https://bit.ly/2Z53HII More on Dave: https://www.infrasonicsound.com/dave WCA #199 with Pete Lyman: https://bit.ly/2YOSKLi WCA #251 with Piper Payne: https://bit.ly/2POVhkD Support WCA - Go Ad Free! https://glow.fm/workingclassaudio/ Connect with Matt on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mattboudreau/ Current sponsors & promos: https://bit.ly/2WmKbFw Working Class Audio Journal: https://amzn.to/2GN67TP Credits: Guest: Dave Gardner Host: Matt Boudreau WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell Announcer: Chuck Smith Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau & Matt Boudreau Additional Music: The License Lab
The Schizophonics - explosive live band's new LP produced by Dave Gardner (Hot Snakes, RFTC
Catalog of Interviews and Bits
"Makers of high octane, soulful garage punk... Get an early taste with smoking' stomper 'Battle Line'." -- BrooklynVegan"Their live show is a turbo-charged, bombastic display of true blue rock'n'roll chaos. It's not just a wild live show; the songs are fantastic too!" -- RazorCake (cover story)San Diego trio The Schizophonics announce their forthcoming sophomore album, People In The Sky today. BrooklynVegan premiered the first single "Battle Line" yesterday, which is available now to hear and share via BrooklyVegan, YouTube, Bandcamp and Spotify. The band takes its jaw-dropping live show on the road for headlining dates throughout North America this October. Please see current dates below. Over the last few years, The Schizophonics have built up a formidable reputation around the world as an explosive live act. Tapping into the same unstoppable combination of rock 'n' roll energy and showmanship that fueled The MC5 in the heyday of the Grande Ballroom, their wild live show is heavily influenced by artists like James Brown, Iggy Pop, Jimi Hendrix, Little Richard, and The Sonics. Singer/guitarist Pat Beers and drummer Lety Beers formed the band in San Diego in 2009 and have worked tirelessly since then, playing hundreds of shows around the globe and winning 7 (SEVEN!) San Diego music awards. In 2013 they were recruited as the backing/opening band for El Vez, which helped the band make a name for itself in Europe. Since then, they've played in fourteen countries, and supported tours by like-minded acts like Rocket From The Crypt, Little Barrie, and The Woggles and have opened for The Damned, The Hives and Cage The Elephant. Shindig magazine described their live show "Like watching some insane hybrid of Wayne Kramer, James Brown, and the Tazmanian Devil." "One of my favorite live bands ever," proclaims Tim Mays, who has run the Casbah in San Diego for 30 years and has seen literally thousands of live bands come through his doors. "The Schizophonics bring the goods every time they play," he enthuses. The band is more than just an outstanding live act, they're also committed to writing great, memorable songs. After releasing 2 singles and an EP over the last few years on Munster, Ugly Things, and Pig Baby Records, they put out their first full-length album in July 2017 titled Land Of The Living on the label Sympathy For The Record Industry with famed record man Long Gone John. In January of 2019 they started work on their second LP recruiting Da
Pushing Sustainable Living with Dave Gardner of GrowthBusters
Dave Gardner is the director of the documentary, GrowthBusters: Hooked on Growth and host of the GrowthBusters podcast which is a part of GrowthBusters project, which promotes sustainable living (perpetual growth in the scale of the human enterprise is physically impossible, and our pursuit of continued growth of our economy and human population is stressing and injuring Earth\'s life-supporting ecosystems). Project began as a documentary (GrowthBusters: Hooked on Growth) released in 2011.Key TopicsIntroducing Dave Gardner and his podcast. [00:47]How Dave got into his work on sustainable living [01:12]The reason behind why Dave started a podcast after producing his documentary [03:54]Advantages of audio in conveying a message [05:45]Unique experiences and challenges that Dave encountered in the beginning [07:15]Dave’s advice for cause-based podcast who wants to reach out to community radio stations [11:12]Challenge with radio series [14:21]Dave’s radio special and reusing of content [16:38]Citizen Powered Media [19:31]Link to Podcasthttps://www.growthbusters.org/http://www.growthbusters.libsyn.com/https://open.spotify.com/show/growthbustershttps://www.stitcher.com/podcast/growthbustershttps://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/growthbusters-dave-gardner-and-erika-arias/https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/growthbustersSocial Mediahttps://www.facebook.com/GrowthBusters/https://www.youtube.com/user/Growthbusterhttps://twitter.com/growthbustersCharity Link