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How can we live sustainably in an unsustainable world? Second Nature is a podcast by Commons exploring how our sustainable choices impact our lives and the planet. Every week hear how listeners are taking public transit, composting food waste, eating more plant-based meals and practicing deconsumption to create the kind of world they want to live in. We'll calculate the carbon impact of collective action and get expert answers to your burning climate questions. Everyone’s sustainable life is ...
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Welcome to Second Nature, a podcast about living with ecological grief. Each week, Dr. Ashlee Cunsolo takes us on a deeply personal journey about planetary loss, and what we love, what we have lost, and how we move forward. Through a series of engaging, thought-provoking, and moving conversations with incredible guests from around the world, Second Nature is an invitation to come together to share stories of loss, love, despair, and joy, as we learn how to live with – and embrace – ecologica ...
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We heard from listeners that one of the top barriers to eating plant-based is who we eat with. So much of our food is rooted in culture and tradition, and breaking from the norms of our social circles may create some dinner table friction. But we’re here to help! On this episode, you’ll hear: Listeners share how they’re family reacted when they sta…
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Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, our use of Amazon has skyrockted, making the company the second biggest U.S. parcel carrier after the US Postal Service. Amazon has become the poster child for convenience culture, but the time we save for the sake of convenience is putting us in financial and carbon debt. In this episode, we're grappling w…
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Tired of working 9-5 at a job or a company that's not focused on sustainability? We've got good news. You don't need a sustainability degree to get a green job. There are green jobs out there for any skillset, and in this episode, we're going to help you find them. ‍ On this episode, you'll hear: ‍ How listeners are adapting their job into a green …
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Composting is one of the easiest climate actions and there are so many ways to do it! On this episode, you'll get a straightforward explanation of how composting works and all the inspiration and guidance you need to start composting — no matter where you live. Listen in to hear: Listeners' firsthand advice for composting in any living situation Yo…
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Becoming more conscious consumers is a pivotal step in building a more sustainable economy, but how do we deconsume in a consumerist world? When we buy less, we save money, cut down on clutter, and lower our emissions. This collective shift has another big impact — helping us to steer the economy away from disposable products, unsustainable resourc…
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Stoops, balconies, and windowsills are ripe for growing food. Today, we're riding out the ripple effect that urban gardening can have on our lives and the planet. Second Nature is your community for practical, sustainable living. On this episode, we're getting inspiration and practical tips to start small, fruitful home gardens in urban spaces. We'…
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Fast fashion is cheap, but the low cost to customers comes at a high cost to garment workers, communities, and the environment. So, how do we break free from the fast fashion cycle? Second Nature is your community for practical, sustainable living. On this episode, we're commiserating with listeners over the allure of fast fashion and getting real …
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Plant-based eating is one of the most impactful climate actions we can take, but changing our diets can be overwhelming. How can we get started and stick with it? Second Nature is your community for practical, sustainable living. On this episode, we're hearing from listeners about how they've started adding more plants to their plates, finding insp…
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Can we live sustainably in an unsustainable world? Second Nature is a new podcast from Commons exploring how sustainable choices impact our lives and the planet. Every week, hear how listeners around the world take action every to combat climate change and create the kind of world they want to live in. We'll get expert answers to your burning clima…
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Welcome to Second Nature, a podcast about living with ecological grief. Each week, Dr. Ashlee Cunsolo takes us on a deeply personal journey about planetary loss, and what we love, what we have lost, and how we move forward. Through a series of engaging, thought-provoking, and moving conversations with incredible guests from around the world, Second…
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As part of GMU's Cultural Studies colloquium series in Spring 2022, a recent Cultural Studies graduate, Dr. Richard Todd Stafford, interviews John Dewey Professor at Johns Hopkins University, Dr. Christopher Nealon. Dr. Nealon's research focuses on the relation between literary and economic understandings of value, and their implications for academ…
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As part of GMU's Cultural Studies colloquium series in Spring 2022, PhD candidate Eric Ross interviews Professor of Political Science on the Frederick Thompson Chair and Faculty Director of Research Development at Vassar College, Dr. Katherine Hite. Her recent work focuses on the politics of memory, as well as issues in higher education, access and…
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As part of GMU's Cultural Studies colloquium series in Spring 2022, second-year PhD student Carl Leak interviews Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at George Mason University., Dr. Amaka Okechukwu. Dr. Okechukwu’s research agenda concerns the intersection of collective action and racial justice, as well as urban spa…
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In another Faculty Spotlight on Second Nature, we speak with Assistant Professor of Film and Media Studies, Hatim El-Hibri, about his 2021 book, Visions of Beirut: The Urban Life of Media Infrastructure. In this interview, Dr. El-Hibri discusses the themes of his book, his research process, the idea of concealment and how it relates to visual cultu…
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As part of GMU's Cultural Studies colloquium series in Spring 2022, first-year PhD student Aparna Shastri interviews Associate Professor of English and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Dr. Julietta Singh. Her first academic book, Unthinking Mastery: Dehumanism and Decolonial Entanglements has emerged as a vital theoretical touchstone for globa…
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In the first of our Faculty Spotlights on Second Nature, we speak with Cultural Studies Professor Paul Smith about his upcoming book on vaccines. He is the author of Pound Revised, Discerning the Subject, Clint Eastwood: A Cultural Production, Millennial Dreams: Culture and Capital in the North, and Primitive America: The Ideology of Capitalist Dem…
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In this episode of Second Nature, we speak with Ph.D. candidate, Shauna Rigaud. Shauna has been running the Post-Colonia/Decolonization reading group through GMU's Center of Humanities since winter 2020. We speak with her about the progress of the reading group, topics of discussion for the group, as well as the future Shauna sees for the reading g…
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In the first of our Alum Spotlights on Second Nature, we speak with University Professor and Chair of the Department of Photography & Imaging at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, Dr. Deborah Willis. Dr. Willis graduated from the Cultural Studies program in 2000 and ever since, she's been a trailblazer in the arts, focusing her wo…
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In this episode of Second Nature, Cultural Studies PhD candidate Eric Ross takes the lead as host. He congregates various social justice educators within the student body of Cultural Studies, including Shauna Rigaud, Mariah Wakefield, Luma Asem, Ian Sinnett, and Ayondela Mcdole. In this roundtable, they discuss the successes and tribulations of tea…
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In this episode of Second Nature, we profile the newly founded Center for Humanities Research at George Mason University. We hear about the Center's conception and goals from the planning committee themselves, as well as provide information on their current theme, upcoming talks, funding opportunities, and preview their new theme for the upcoming y…
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In this episode of Second Nature, we speak with Professor of Political Science and the College from the University of Chicago, Dr. Adom Getachew. Dr. Getachew released her first book, Worldmaking After Empire, in Feburary of 2019. In this interview, we discuss her work as well as her thoughts after America's summer of 2020.…
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In this episode of Second Nature, we speak with Ph.D. candidate, Austin Gallas. Austin has been running a Das Kapital reading group during the fall 2020 semester. We speak with him about a new reading group he is forming for the spring 2021 semester focused on racial capitalism. We hear about the texts that inspired this endeavor as well as his goa…
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Menopause. Whether you're experiencing it, or living with someone who is experiencing it, you'll want to listen to this weeks episode when we have our friend, Lauren Chiren, an Execute Coach & International Speaker specializing in Menopause on our show. Contact Lauren at: http://www.womenofacertainage.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcaster…
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Join us this week on The Second Nature Show for our special guest Loroine McKnight as he speaks to us about how to get started, improving our fitness & movement Contact Loroine: https://www.9round.com/fitness/SouthPlainfield-NJ-x3842 --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thesecondnatureshow/support…
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We have Mary O'Malley, accomplished author of "The Gift of Your Compulsions", and recognized by Neal Donald Walsh as "one of the most extraordinary teachers of our time". What's you're compulsion? Everybody has one! Join us for today's show! Contact Mary: http://www.maryomalley.com Watch the show on our FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/thesecondna…
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Jason Winters is an EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) coach, and he'll be sharing what EFT is, give us a sampling to try, and be answering our questions on it! Contact Jason at: www.JasonWinters.coach Contact The Second Nature Show: TheSecondNatureShow@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thesecondnatureshow/…
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This week, we're excited to have Pam Lach on the show! She is a Spiritual Health Healer, teacher, and life coach who will be sharing how to Increase Spiritual Energy in your Health & Wellness for 2019! Also - we'll be offering a valuable FREE GIFT at the end of this weeks episode - so be sure to stay tuned to end! Contact Pam Lach at Pam@ClearMinde…
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- with guest Alyssa Poggioli! Forget listening to Dr. Phil today!Join us as we welcome Alyssa Poggioli, a certified health & mindset coach, entrepreneur, and fitness educator to our show! She'll be sharing how to create radical lifestyle awareness in your health, wellness & life!Contact Alyssa at: www.ampjourney.com--- Support this podcast: https:/…
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with Stacey Brass Russell! We're so proud to have our guest on The Second Nature Show - Stacey Brass Russell, a certified health & life coach & owner of Stacey Brass Russell Wellness, as she shares tips on how to experience inevitable success!Contact Stacey: http://www.staceybrassrussell.com--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/p…
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with Eric Neuner - CEO of the Health Coach Institute!Who's excited about this week's guest on our show? WE ARE!Being that the 3 of us are graduates from the Health Coach Institute, we almost can't contain the excitement that we are able to have Eric Neuner on our show today!He's talking to us about turning the current healthcare paradigm upside dow…
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With Scott Leaper! We're so proud to have our first guest on The Second Nature Show - Scott Leeper, a certified health & life coach & owner of Mind Muscle Strength, as he shares with us tips on how to develop a strong mindset!Scott's contact info: http://www.mindmusclestrength.com & FB page: https://www.fb.com/mindmusclestrength/--- Support this po…
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