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In partnership with Future Earth & , the Worlds We Want is a new podcast exploring cutting-edge research, projects and people working for positive transitions in the Anthropocene. Can hope trump apocalypse?

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Dec 3, 2018

For the next two shows we are going to explore the idea of “doing business differently.” Rather than consider particular one-off solutions to the climate change crisis, we’re going to be looking at how we organize can address systemic issues. Today’s show is going to focus on the notion of the social economy and...


Nov 1, 2018

The last show in our series on Indigenous Futures, we present an interview and public lecture with Dr. Sheryl Lightfoot - UBC Professor, is Anishinaabe, a citizen of the Lake Superior Band. She shares with us her ideas around the role of Global Indigenous politics in the initiation of a subtle revolution that may...


Sep 26, 2018

In this episode we continue the conversation we had in June and bring in some new voices as we discuss issues related to indigenous self-governance. The reason that we want to explore this this topic is the clear tie that indigenous rights has on issues related to resource extraction and preservation. Further we...


Jun 28, 2018

This is the unbeeped version of the show - for a beeped version please listen here: https://medium.com/@worldswewant/episode-9-todays-indigenous-futures-culture-edition-fda66137ccd5 

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May 31, 2018

Note: There is a small moment in the show with some racy language, for a bleeped versions - head here: https://soundcloud.com/cjlo1690am/the-worlds-we-want-ep-8

We talk with Andrew J. Hoffman, the Holcim (US) Professor of Sustainable Enterprise at the University of Michigan; a position that holds joint appointments in...