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How to cope with climate despair. UK psychotherapist & co-founder of Carbon Conversations, Rosemary Randall. Then a practical alternative to industrial food: learn to dehydrate in season with traditional cooking expert Wardeh Harmon.
Interviews by Alex Smith of Radio Ecoshock
Song: "Limits" by Australian band Formidable Vegetable Sound System, from the album "Permaculture: A Rhymer's Manual".
Song clip from Shane Philip.
Replay from Radio Ecoshock 130417. Alex returns with new shows in September.
Affiliates version has complete break at 29 minutes with reintro, for stations needing to insert Station ID.
What if you woke up one morning and realized humans really have changed the world's climate? We show no signs of stopping this unfolding catastrophe.
Maybe you already see it, and cannot bear knowing.
We need help. A pioneering psychotherapist from Britain says we can help each other. Starting in 2005, Rosemary Randall was was part of a team founding a movement called "Carbon Conversations".
We discuss her landmark paper, going beyond Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, on ways to grieve disappearing species, coral, weather we knew, food-stress and more.
Then it's off to traditionalcookingschool.com with multi-media prepper educator Wardeh ("Wardee") Harmon. We talk through the ins and outs of dehydrating food for regular cooking and long term storage.
It's a great green way to capture the best of crops in season for use year round.