All The Climate Feels


#33 Season Finale with Mary Annaïse Heglar

This season on No Place Like Home we’ve been diving into *All The Climate Feels* - the emotional, psychological and spiritual elements of climate change. For our season finale, we chat all the climate feels - and our vision for a new world - with one of our fave pod friends and listeners, Mary Annaïse Heglar. Mary Annaïse is a treasured climate justice essayist and the Director of Publications at the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), as well as a twitter extraordinaire. She has a giant heart and brilliant mind - and profound courage and insights on climate justice to share with all of us.


#32 We are the Easter people and hallelujah is our song - with Karenna Gore

This episode is devoted to faith, spirituality, religion - and how it contributes to (and complicates) our lives and the climate fight.

We’re excited to bring y’all a beautiful, thought-provoking conversation with Karenna Gore - Al Gore’s daughter - who has emerged as a leading spiritual thinker on climate change and spirituality.

“Do not abandon yourselves to despair. We are the Easter people and hallelujah is our song.” ― Pope John Paul II


#31 Giving up isn't an option. Feels from the frontlines w/ Indigenous leader Bernadette Demientieff

This season we’ve been taking a deep dive into how climate change makes us feel - how it impacts us emotionally and spiritually - on a heart level.

But what if your whole culture and identity were imperiled right now? This episode, we're honored to share the powerful, aching story of Bernadette Demientieff - a leader of the Gwich’in in Alaska. She's fighting for the survival of her way of life and sacred land - threatened by being on the frontlines of climate change, but also a cruel new effort to drill in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.


#30 Art might save us with Joel McKerrow

In this episode, we ask that age-old question: can art really save the world? Or at least help us find sanity, courage, and joy in the face of climate change? Join us for some powerful poetry, musings on the revolution, and more with Joel McKerrow, a renowned writer, performance poet, speaker & teacher.

Joel McKerrow is one of Australia’s most revered performance poets. Read more about his story and art here:

If you likewise fall in love with Joel's poetry, you can find more of it here:


#29 Welcome to the apocalypse! We're glad you're here. Adrienne Maree Brown shares survival tips

In this episode, we talk taking care of ourselves and each other - and the utter importance of finding and fighting for joy in the midst of the climate apocalypse. Join us and the AMAZING Adrienne Maree Brown - a writer, facilitator, emergent strategist, healer, doula, sci-fi scholar, philosopher and pleasure activist.

Warning: we're passionate people and strong language is used in this episode.

Show notes:

- If you're able, please support California wildfire relief:…0Z0000027HmiQAE

- How to Survive the End of the World: a podcast from the Brown sisters on learning from the apocalypse with grace, rigor, and curiosity


#28 A call for courage, not hope - with Dr. Kate Marvel

This episode, we get real with a climate scientist. What does it *feel* like to study this planetary and humanitarian crisis?

Dr. Kate Marvel shares her experience being a (badass) climate scientist in these crazy times. And we explore her provocative call for courage - not hope - in this epic fight for our earth and lives.


#27 Anxious about climate change? You’re not alone. With Dr. Renee Lertzman

Let's face it: climate change makes us feel anxious, afraid, angry, apathetic, and even depressed.

This season, we're getting to the heart of *All The Climate Feels.*

Join us as we get personal with experts and folks on the frontlines to explore how we cope - and find out what we can do to find strength, courage, peace, and even joy in the face of climate change. We’re kicking things off with a fascinating chat with someone who has been studying “eco-anxiety” since it was a thing.

What exactly is it? And what can we do about it? Dr. Renee Lertzman has answers.