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Apr 28, 2019

We talk with Carl Kline and Anand Mazgaonkar, first about working with the poor, and then about Gandhi's view of technology. Yeshua Moser-Pugangsuwan discusses the effects of social media in Myanmar.

(video version 28 April 2019)

This series of weekly discussions is produced by Peace Magazine (see 

Apr 22, 2019

An architect, Paul Dowsett, and the president of a carpenter's union, Michael Yorke, discuss with Metta Spencer their preferred building materials (mainly wood, nowadays) to reduce carbon emissions and keep heat inside or outside the house, depending on the time of year. If you live in a high-rise they are looking...

Apr 15, 2019


The Killer Robots are Coming!  (Unless we stop them now.) Cesar Jaramillo and Branka Marijan of Project Ploughshares are working internationally to create binding regulations that will require a human being to be in charge of any weapon that may target another human being. They explain to Metta Spencer what we're...

Apr 9, 2019

On April 6, 2019 the streets of all major cities in Venezuela were filled with protesters supporting Juan Guaidó's presidency of the country and demanding that Maduro step down. Here four Venezuelans living in Canada discuss the prospects of this change with Nestor Garrido, who had been in Caracas streets all that...

Apr 3, 2019

To prevent runaway climate change, we must sequester vast amounts of carbon. There are only two methods that can be scaled up sufficiently to do so: regenerative agriculture and forestry. Gaurav Gurjar works with Afforest, a company in India that creates Miyawaki forests, which grow extraordinarily fast and sequester...