For more than a year, Dr. Campbell has been providing near-daily updates about the pandemic and the medical science behind it. Combining a folksy wisdom with deep expertise and a long career in medical education, Dr. Campbell has amassed an audience now approaching one million viewers.
I tried to make this site into a blog, but now I'm going back to interviews, talking to thoughtful people about collapse and adaptation. [UPDATE: Now I'm back to a blog, to lay the groundwork for upcoming interviews.]
As the site manager for a tiny-house village in Seattle, Andrew Constantino is responsible for the welfare of 65 homeless people. Now, the pandemic has shut down many of the services that homeless people rely on for their survival.
Alexandra Grace Derwen (aka Alexandra Wilson) caught the coronavirus disease on a pilgrimage in Spain. She was then seriously ill for five days, during which she felt she might die. Listen to her recount her conversation with the virus.
André S. Clements is a visual artist who gives his creative energy to Extinction Rebellion (XR), in South Africa. XR is famous for civil disobedience, but at a deeper level it's about creating new ways to distribute power in society.
From Australia, Aimee Maxwell – a practicing psychologist and a Deep Adaptation moderator – provides professional tips to cope with stress, and personal contemplations on the meaning of the catastrophic bushfires in her country.
Phoebe Barnard is a conservation scientist, fully aware of the dangers posed by climate change and biodiversity loss. In this interview, she shares her optimism that human beings can act fearlessly to save the world.
Jane Dwinell is a fountain of wisdom about living independently, in harmony with nature. She has been living off the grid since the 1970s. In this interview, she shares her wisdom about homesteading and her thoughts about Deep Adaptation.