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Nov. 29, 2020

10 - Helena Norberg-Hodge sees a localized and ancient future

This weekend the 'Black Friday/Cyber Monday' madness has taken hold.

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Nov. 15, 2020

9 - Oliver Costello sees cultural connections through fire

Can you believe it was over a year ago that the Black Summer of bushfires in Australia started? In the news cycle we get bombarded with, we can almost lose touch with these once-in-a-lifetime events.

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Nov. 1, 2020

8 - Geoff Lawton sees permaculture as a revolution of thought

It’s been a crazy year. One of the things we’ve seen is people choosing to flee the cities to the regional areas, partly to reconnect with Nature.

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Oct. 18, 2020

7 - Alison Crook sees power to the people

Alison Crook AO is a former Australian Business Woman of the Year, and is the Co-Founder and Chair of Enova Community Energy; Australia's first community-owned and social enterprise energy retailer.After a long and successful career in the business and government sectors, Alison was spurred into action to support environmental causes and found herself joining the Bentley Blockade protesting the coal seam gas industry in the Northern Rivers.After the success of stopping the fossil fuel advance, …

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Oct. 4, 2020

6 - Tim Silverwood sees a sustainable and abundant Planet Ocean

Tim Silverwood is a good man... a really good man.He is a well-known and well-travelled environmental advocate, who has seen first hand the issues of pollution, particularly in our oceans, and has spent the better part of his working life educating and inspiring people to care about our planet.

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Sept. 20, 2020

5 - Mark Joiner sees a better way for capitalism

This episode's guest is Mark Joiner.Mark is the former Executive Director of Finance for NAB, the current Chair of QBE Insurance, and has previously held a myriad of top-tier roles in the financial sector.I know what you may be thinking... "what in the world does and banking/insurance executive have to say about environmental and community issues?"The answer will floor you.Mark is a deeply caring and thoughtful individual, and someone who beautifully articulates many of the structural problems …

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Sept. 6, 2020

4 - Ella Noah Bancroft sees a decolonised culture

This episode's guest is Ella Noah Bancroft.Ella is an artist and Bundjalung woman, and is a powerful and growing voice advocating for Aboriginal culture and reconnecting to our land and to each other.She is becoming a regular as a public speaker and interviewee (appearing recently on World Localisation Day, and in the latest edition of Dumbo Feather) because of her unique and profound way to cut right through our social conditioning and ask questions that challenge our shortly-held societal bel…

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Aug. 23, 2020

3 - Pete Ceglinski sees a world without Seabins

This episode's guest is Pete Ceglinski.Pete is the Co-Founder and CEO of Seabin Project, the incredible invention that has not only removed over 1million kg's of marine litter from our waterways, but also runs educational courses in schools and businesses about preventing pollution in the first place.But the true power of Seabin Project is not just what they do, but they way they engage people and build community. Through fundraisers, online content, educational events, and more, Pete and his t…

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Aug. 9, 2020

2 - Charlie Arnott sees regenerative farming as a metaphor for living

Welcome back!This episode's guest is Charlie Arnott. Charlie is a multi-generational farmer who transitioned his family's land from conventional industrial high-input farming to biodynamic and regenerative practices.He's an educator and advocate for regenerative farming and his public talks and biodynamic workshops have become hugely influential. He is a recent winner of the Bob Hawke Landcare Award and is a Landcare Australia Ambassador.His podcast called 'The Regenerative Journey' launched ea…

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Aug. 9, 2020

1 - Mara Bún sees abundance and opportunity in the face of a crisis

Welcome! This is the first official episode of the Overview Effect Podcast with James Perrin.If you haven't already, please go back and listen to the 8 minute introduction (Episode 0), which will give you the background and context to the show.This episode's guest is Mara Bún. Mara has spent her career working with and advocating for environmental causes and charities. She's previously been the CFO of Greenpeace Australia, Director of Business Development at CSIRO, and CEO of Green Cross Austra…

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July 24, 2020

0 - Introduction

Welcome to the Overview Effect with James Perrin! In this intro I talk about the inspiration behind starting the podcast, a bit about my background, and what you can expect in upcoming episodes. If you're a nature lover, sustainability professional, regenerative farmer, clean tech entrepreneur, or someone who just cares about our planet and the beings that inhabit it, then you'll love the convo's on this show. This is an exciting new project for me so please give me some feedback! You can find …

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