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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

In this episode of "Shift Shapers - Shaping the Shift" we rebroadcast a production where Kellia Ramares asks the question: "Why must we pay to live on the planet we're born on?" She talks with Genevieve Vaughan, author of Forgiving: A... more

Co-hosts Evelina Molina and Daniel Kerbein talk to Baltimore Green Currency Director Jeff Dicken, two months into the launch of the "B-Note" in Baltimore MD. This is Part 2 ot "Transitional Currencies for the Shift Shaper's Wallet", a... more

NOTE: This is a 40 minute bilingual installment, in English and Spanish. NOTA: Este es un programa bilingue, en ingles y espanol. Can a local complimentary currency help stimulate your community's commerce and actually move you... more

AshEl Seasunz is probably better known for his environmentally-tuned hip hop albums, such as Earth Amplified, that bring the power of a driving rhythm and a sense of the new community to the conversation of environmental action. In this... more

Ohki Simine Forest Of Canadian Mohawk descent, Ohki Simine Forest went to study with Mongolian shamans and ultimately moved to Chiapas, Mexico, where she was initiated into the world of Mayan healers. In 1994, she created... more

Richard Heinberg delivered this speech at a Transition event in Albany, north of Berkeley, CA. His brief asssessment of our current condition and future? We are facing a kind of wall here. A financial, resource and environmental wall. Here's... more

En este programa de "Viviendo Verde Ya!" Jorge Gonzales y Filiberto Hernández hablan sobre el trabajo que hacen en la panadería llamado "Alvarado Street Bakery" en Petaluma, California Green... more

Some communities have started looking closely at the prospect of limited resources as a result of climate change, peak oil and economic decline. To prepare for it, communities like Sebastopol have declared themselves Transition... more

Daniel Kerbein, co-host, joins Cherie Maria on her show "Sonoma County Questions", to talk about recent census figures showing that 25% of Sonoma County, California's population is self-identified as Latino, and what that will... more

"Every worker is a great worker", declares Joseph Tuck in this interview with co-hosts Dan Kerbein and Evelina Molina. Joseph Tuck is General Coordinator and CEO of Alvarado St. Bakery, a worker-owned cooperative in Petaluma,... more
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