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Radical Regeneration with Carolyn Baker

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Carolyn Baker, professor of psychology and history, psychotherapist for two decades and author of 15 books chats with me today about her newest book, co-authored with Andrew Harvey titled Radical Regeneration: Sacred Activism and the Renewal of the World.

In our interview we'll discuss the prescription for the planet's restoration and renewal.  Included will be her assessment of where we stand today in terms of fixing big climate problems, the alternatives to industrialism and technology destroying the earth, how American natural proclivity for hope and optism factors into our potential ability to save ourselves and the planet and what blame belongs to Donald Trump.  Also we'll delve into how negative emotions such as fear, anger, grief and despair can be a good thing and Carolyn will define Sacred Activism and how we might "return to joy."