Points of Departure Arkansas Global Changemakers presents, with KUAF, the podcast Points of Departure, an extension of their work connecting people from around the world to each other to discuss possible solutions for local manifestations of global problems.
Points of Departure

Points of Departure

From KUAF

Arkansas Global Changemakers presents, with KUAF, the podcast Points of Departure, an extension of their work connecting people from around the world to each other to discuss possible solutions for local manifestations of global problems.

Most Recent Episodes

The empathy algorithm with Chris Thompson

Chris Thompson develop the health app and social media platform Sober Sidekick out of desperation - facing his own recovery in isolation he needed to connect with other people struggling like him. Now that app and his

Leadership, sustainability and making 'bold change' with Dr. Sarah Elaine Lewis

How do you reframe climate change anxiety to create sustainable solutions? Dr. Sarah Elaine Lewis shares how she helps companies, organizations and individuals make holistic choices to serve the planet.

Leadership, sustainability and making 'bold change' with Dr. Sarah Elaine Lewis

A better guide for greener business with Heather Ellzey and Taylor Osburn

In this episode we hear from sustainability coordinators with the city of Fayetteville about how they are working with students, consumers and businesses to develop guidelines that incentivize green practices.

A better guide for greener business with Heather Ellzey and Taylor Osburn

Global development, local scale with Toshihiro Nakamura

Toshihiro Nakamura may have cut his teeth working for the United Nations in peace keeping and global development in conflict and disaster zones around the world, but his organization - Kopernik - scales down projects to see what fits for the local communities they work with.

Putting planet over profit with Martin Wolf

Chemist and environmentalist, Martin Wolf explains how business and nature are out of balance and explores how to put the two on a more harmonious track.

Dispatch from Barcelona with Alyssa Snyder

We hear from Alyssa Snyder of Seeds that Feed, one of Arkansas Global Changemakers' community partners, about her experience joining the first changemakers course in Barcelona.

How do you measure impact?

In this episode we hear from Maria Cruz Conde, from the nonprofit Open Value Foundation about how companies and investors can accurately measure their impact.

Is housing a human right?

In this episode Laurence and Rogelio speak to a group of architects who are re-designing what housing can look like and how they draw techniques from communities around the world to develop for more affordable housing options.

Building pathways for financial inclusion with Richard Chongo

We look at how one organization in Malawi is fighting inequality and extreme poverty through micro-financing.

Walk, swim, sail, explore... Nacho Dean uncovers the impact of climate change, one adventu...

Modern-day explorer Nacho Dean has walked across 31 countries and swam 5 continents all in the name of raising awareness about our changing climate. He shares his experience, the role of adventure in fighting the climate crisis and techniques for everyone to build a more sustainable future.

Walk, swim, sail, explore... Nacho Dean uncovers the impact of climate change, one adventu...