Season Two – Episode 11: From Disability Representation to Inclusion with Mallory Weggeman + Jeremy Snyder

This week, Harvard Psychology Professor, Dr. Josh Greene joins us and guest co-host Rebecca Rusch to give us a lesson in moral cognition and effective altruism. What motivates people to do good? How have the greatest impact in our charitable giving? What makes an effective non-profit? His work answers these questions and more. He also talk about his latest project, The Giving Multiplier, which helps us make wiser, more impactful donations.

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Season Two – Episode 10: How to do the Most Good with Dr. Josh Greene and Rebecca Rusch

This week, Harvard Psychology Professor, Dr. Josh Greene joins us and guest co-host Rebecca Rusch to give us a lesson in moral cognition and effective altruism. What motivates people to do good? How have the greatest impact in our charitable giving? What makes an effective non-profit? His work answers these questions and more. He also talk about his latest project, The Giving Multiplier, which helps us make wiser, more impactful donations.

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Season Two – Episode 9: Therapy with Cory Richards and Laurel Sole’

Those who tune in to Cory’s #mentalhealthmonday series are familiar with his mental illness journey– which includes diagnoses of Bipolar Disorder, alcoholism, and PTSD. In honor of mental health awareness month, he and Terry record a session with his psychologist, Laurel Sole’, who helps us define trauma, understand its sources, and move towards wellness.

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Season Two – Episode 8: Filmmaking and Oceanic Preservation with Louie Psihoyos

“Once you have 10% of the population activated… the truth is really hard to stop,” says Louie Psihoyos, renowned photographer, Oscar-winning filmmaker (The Cove), and ocean conservationist on the impact of activism through storytelling. He joins Terry and Cory to talk about his unique career– which combines documentary filmmaking, activism, and espionage; what’s at stake with our poor treatment of underwater life; and the connection between world agriculture and COVID-19.

Support the work of the Oceanic Preservation Society:

https://www.opsociety.org/take-action/

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Season Two – Episode 7: The Ego is Not Your Amigo with Pete McBride & Josh Jespersen

This week, ‘freshwater hero,’ acclaimed photographer, and creator of the Disney+ documentary ‘Into the Canyon, Pete McBride, and Josh Jesperson, fellow river conservationist and creator of the upcoming film, the Animas Project, join us to discuss conservation, abandoning ego, and how we can help fight back against the greatest threats to our water systems today. Available wherever you listen to podcasts.

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Season Two – Episode 6: Dismantling Racism in the Outdoors with Chad Brown (feat. Conrad Anker)

Special guest co-host Conrad Anker joins us this week to speak with Chad Brown, founder of Soul River. After his doctor prescribed fly fishing as a method to heal PTSD, Chad wanted to bring that same healing to other veterans and inner-city youth. Beyond individual healing, he now also works to raise awareness about issues facing BIPOC in adventuring, advocate for mental health, build safe spaces in nature, and dismantle racism in the outdoors.

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