Shift Shapers

Shift Shapers (Pole Reversal Radio)

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You're here because you know something. What you know, you can't explain; you can just feel it - something's wrong with the world. It could be the scorched, flooded earth of climate change, the greenhouse sky, or sea life strangled by pollutants, that can't be hidden from you any more. Nor can the hyper-growth economy that spewed it all. It now stalks the landscape, an undead, non-living corporate "person", eating away the jobs and money that once ate our brains, a zombie searching the ruins of our world for another jugular vein of oil. You don't have to take the Red Pill to see it. The voices on our ShiftShapers podcast will tear away the veils that the world of empire has pulled over your eyes, so you can navigate the desert of the real. We've interviewed authors and experts in the fields of climate, energy resources, psychology and human rights, and posted them for you. In our blog, we let you know where we see the glitches in the matrix. We didn't come here to tell you how this is going to end. But our interviews and blog postings can give you some clues. Step over the threshold. Welcome to the ShiftShapers tribe.

On-Demand Episodes

Co-hosts Dan Kerbein and Evelina Molina interview Milinda Stewart, Director of Sonoma County Time Bank at the Share Exchange/Go Local Marketplace in Santa Rosa, CA Time banking is a form of alternative currency, an hour-for-hour... more

Co-hosts Dan Kerbein and Evelina Molina talk with Celosia Arcadia & Dawn Zaft, founders of Green Bough Health Cooperative at the Share Exchange of the Go Local Cooperative. Green Bough is a membership-based cooperative seeking to... more

One of the most important speeches by President Frankllin D. Roosevelt, one that speaks to us today, was delivered in 1938. Ah, yes -- It was a year of swing -- music that grew out of, and expressed, the new surge of public energy, the spirit... more

Omar Freilla grew up in New York’s South Bronx community, during a time when it gradually was abandoned by the city, the state and the global economy. Instead of attracting businesses and jobs, those neighborhoods became host to... more

In this installment of Green Livelihood/Viviendo Verde Ya!, Co-hosts Evelina Molina and Dan Kerbein get an introduction from Omar Freilla of New York's Green Worker Cooperatives, to the growing phenomenon of local cooperative... more

Among the activists who are building the new economy in their communities is Chris Oseguera, a director of the Eco-Workforce Collective at the North Bay Institute for Green Technologies, in Santa Rosa California. The Eco-Workforce... more

We hear a lot these days about global competition for markets, manufacturing andjjobs, and the current "race to the bottom" for wages, or "bottoming out" of the job market. Local economies, built around cooperatives, present... more

Watch a video about the Share Exchange http://www.youtube.com/user/mayarenegade#p/u It's a locally made marketplace, complete with a small business incubator and a "work-with lounge" where new... more

Green Livelihood is right livelihood! It brings in the prosperity of innovation, cooperation and green jobs. It transforms outsourced communities into vibrant sustainable communities. Look at the larger, depressed and polluted global... more
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