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Date of Publication: November 2
Year of Publication: 2022
Publisher: The Great Simplification
Author(s): Nate Hagens
In this episode, Nate is joined by environmental and social activist Betsy Taylor. She and Nate have a wide-ranging conversation about climate, consumption, culture, nuclear war, agriculture, and the future.
How has the environmental movement evolved over the past couple of decades and how has it interacted with other social change movements? Why is reconstructing our food system more important now than ever?
About Betsy Taylor
Betsy Taylor has long been an icon in the environmental and culture change fields. She founded the climate network OneSky which became 350.org, and she ran the Center for a New American Dream and more recently, Breakthrough Strategies. Recently, Betsy has moved to supporting the field of regenerative agriculture, promoting the potential of our lands to sequester carbon pollution while boosting food security and habitat protection.
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