Turning Season Episode 26: News On Refugees and Regenerative Agriculture in Uganda, Fossil Free Research, and The Revolutionary Love ProjectTurning Season

Click play at turningseason.com (or your favorite podcast platform) for 13 minutes of Active Hope to hearten you today, in the latest news episode of Turning Season Podcast. Hear about:

  • the work of a young refugee in Uganda named Irenge Mudekuza Gloire, founder of Plethora Social Initiative, teaching permaculture and regenerative agriculture to fellow refugees and host communities
  • Fossil Free Research campaigns to get universities to break ties with oil and gas companies – and never let them fund research on climate, energy, or environmental studies
  • and the Declaration of Revolutionary Love, written by civil rights leader and visionary Valarie Kaur

Turning Season Podcast is here to bring you news and deep conversations about our adventure toward a life-honoring, life-sustaining way of being human on Earth. This show is for every one of you who's awake to our multiple crises, feels your love for life on Earth, and chooses to participate in cultivating ways of life we can believe in, making a life-honoring present even in the face of an uncertain future.

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Originally published at turningseason.com