Selected Press + Appearances

 
 

— Listen, Listen — 

podcasts, radio, and digital summits

 
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Nature Revisited

Nature Revisited is a podcast that explores our relationship with the natural world. It consists of interviews, stories and discussions that highlight the notion that nature is not a place one goes to, but rather a place one is a part of - that We Are Nature.

I spoke with Stefan on a visit back to my alma mater, Dartmouth College.

 
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KPBS

I popped into the KPBS studios in San Diego, California while on my book tour.

 
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Green Planet Blue Planet

Honored to talk to Julian of Greenplanet Blueplanet Podcast. He’s had lots of revolutionary thinkers on the show!

Listen to Greenplanet Blueplanet Podcast if you like and enjoy entertainment, dialogues and interviews that share insights, optimism and perspective on some of the worlds greatest challenges and opportunities. Learn with the guests and host about Abundance mindset, possibility thinking, personal growth and spiritual evolution.

 
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Global Landscapes Forum Digital Summit


To mark International Day of Happiness (March 20) and International Day of Forests (March 21), three fascinating speakers will explore the interrelationships between nature, human health and wellbeing. Ahead of the upcoming GLF Kyoto (May 13) conference in Japan, Dr. Qing Li, a global leader on forest medicine and author of Forest Bathing: How Trees Can Help You Find Health and Happiness. will speak at a GLF digital summit. Developed in Japan during the 1980s, shinrin-yoku forest therapy, known also as “forest bathing” has become a foundation of preventive health care and healing in Japanese medicine. Li will be joined by healing specialist Julia Plevin, author of the forthcoming book The Healing Magic of Forest Bathing: Finding Calm, Creativity and Connection in the Natural World, and Sibylle Roth, a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Freiburg currently researching “Muße,” a German concept related to mindfulness and forests. This digital summit will be a calm and insightful reminder of why it is so important to find time to be still with nature, to attain the capacity to work toward sustainable solutions for the future of the planet.