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Enjoy the unedited, live version of this powerful interview on the topic of Climate Optimism with Anne Therese Gennari, founder of Hey Change and The Climate Optimist.

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Today you get to meet Scott Perry, a “SUPER creative” and Chief Difference-Maker at Creative On Purpose. Corinna discusses navigating uncertainty, finding your purpose, and living with your passion as the discuss finding your true life path and making a bigger difference in so doing.

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Join Corinna and Tom for a livestream conversation about Tom's important work with The Carbon Underground to avert our climate crisis, reverse global warming, and create a more regenerative future.

Tom Newmark is the Co-founder and chair of The Carbon Underground, the owner of Finca Luna Nueva Lo…

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In this Q&A livestream with Rebekah Bastian, Co-founder and CEO of OwnTrail and author of Blaze Your Own Trail, we'll have the opportunity to review the platform, and some new features like sending out a beacon for support.

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Last week, Corinna Bellizzi invited a few activists, friends, and prior guests on Care More Be Better to participate in a livestream event that was simulcast on LinkedIn and YouTube. In this session they each discuss what the term Regeneration means to them and how they aim to make a difference. Th…

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Enjoy this one minute clip from the final section of Part 2, reviewing content related to Forests from Regeneration: Ending The Climate Crisis In One Generation by Paul Hawken

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In this series of mini-episodes, Corinna teases through the primary concepts of Paul Hawken's book, Regeneration: Ending The Climate Crisis In One Generation. This week's focus is on Forests, and their role in ending climate change. She provides an overview of the chapter's 8 sections with relevant…

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Artificial Intelligence may provide more creative solutions to global warming and social problems than we have yet conceived, but how will it change our future? What do we need to be aware of? How might we each take part in saving our world with the help of AI? Corinna is joined by Mo Gawdat, forme…

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Corinna is joined by an incredible leader in natural foods, entrepreneurship and climate activism, Paul Hawken as they discuss his history and his latest work: Regeneration: Ending The Climate Crisis In One Generation.

About Paul Hawken:
Paul starts ecological businesses, writes about nature and…

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In this episode Corinna connects with the international motivational speaker and best-selling author, Satori Mateu as they navigate a deep and inspirational conversation about conquering your fear and embracing your purpose. You’ll get a preview into Satori’s new book, Unshakeable Wea…

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In our businesses-- we always strive for sustainability. From sustainable teams to earning enough revenue to pay for our employees, expenses, and investments. So why shouldn’t we also prioritize being an environmentally sustainable business?

For this episode, I’ve invited Anca Novacovici, the owne…

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In this interview, Corinna connects with David Johnson, a professor who teaches Design Thinking courses at Stanford University's D-School (Hasso Plattner Institute of Design) and Negotiation at Stanford School of Law. They discuss his journey from law to design thinking and climate activism.

As h…

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In this episode, Corinna Bellizzi exercises her background in nutrition, health and wellness as she interviews Tia Morell about her new book, Obsessed with Mindful Eating: A Heart Centered Approach to Nutrition. In the month and a half since it’s launch it has become a Bestseller on A…

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Corinna connects with fellow MBA from Santa Clara University, Riva Bacquet. Riva is a lifelong traveler who joined S.A. Expeditions to help create a more conscious and sustainable travel and tourism company. We dig into their journey to becoming a B-Corp, and how you can travel more s…

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Show Notes: Our guest, Ashlee Sang, has a passion for social impact and has chosen to focus her craft on working with sustainable brands who care about the greater good.
In this week’s episode we invite you on a journey to think about your values and how you communicate your personal or profession…

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Join Corinna as she interviews a dear friend and prolific author, Cassandra (Cassie) Alexander about her recent (and VERY current) book, “The Year of The Nurse: A 2020 Covid-19 Pandemic Memoir” which catalogs her experience as an ICU nurse treating Covid patients. Subjects covered in this podcast e…

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In this episode, you’ll learn how John Lefebvre rose to immense wealth as a 1/3 billionaire, did a stint in prison, and continued to enjoy his life and privilege while giving a big chunk of his wealth away in support of people in need. He has given away over $50 million dollars to date! Topics cove…

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In this episode, you meet Hunter Hansen, a tech professional who put his writing skills and charisma to use as a blogger, YouTuber and Instagrammer -- to be a champion for the autistic and neurodivergent community to which he belongs. By the end of today’s show, you will think differently about aut…

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For many refugees integrating into American society is a challenge. Simply exposing themselves to life in a new country is just one of the many challenges that refugees face. Language barriers, helping them succeed in school, finding work and housing and accessing basic services like …

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Come on a journey to discover the roots of coffee in the war-torn region of Yemen with Mokhtar Alkhanshali, CEO and Founder of Port of Mokha. You’ll learn how and why Mokhtar was compelled to create a socially responsible coffee company that paid growers three times the rate of open m…

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Today we invite you on a journey to Ghana, Africa, as we meet a media mogul and influential leader, Nana Aba Anamoah. Nana Aba has utilized her position and influence to raise awareness around several social concerns in Ghana, from tramador drug abuse (a powerful narcotic) to political corruption, …

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In just 30 years, the world's annual waste output will reach an estimated 3.4 billion tonnes. This worldwide garbage tsunami endangers our environment, economy, and even our relationships. To survive, we must not only contain it, but also use it.

When we realise that our waste has va…

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In underserved populations, the majority of governments provide health and nutrition services to their citizens. Despite their best efforts, however, limited resources hinder their ability to do so. Unfortunately, those who are most in need of assistance are always overlooked. Vitamin …

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