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As the tone of public discourse becomes increasingly angry and divisive, Common Ground Committee offers a healing path to reaching agreement and moving forward. We talk with top leaders in public policy, finance, academe and more to encourage the seeking and finding of points of agreement, and to demonstrate how combating incivility can lead us forward.
 
We can be having better conversations about Australia's future, conversations that brings us together to protect what we have. So we're talking to a wide range of people to understand more about where we are, how we got here, and we're on the hunt for find one big idea to safeguard Australia's environmental and economic future, that we can all get behind. In our first series— we’re talking to authors and experts to find out what Australians understand and think about climate change. We're as ...
 
Common Ground is a community meditation center based in Minneapolis, Minnesota dedicated to the practice of mindfulness. Mindfulness meditation is the practice of waking up to the present moment and learning to be open and at ease with the unfolding conditions of life. With practice, mindfulness reveals deep wisdom, compassion, and intimacy with all things. More info about Common Ground at commongroundmeditation.org
 
Writer Anthony Payton’s Common Ground Podcast, aims to highlight the diversity of our New Hampshire communities with stories of people the average Granite Stater might not get to see or meet. The goal is to clarify misconceptions and find the threads that bind us all together as one New Hampshire community. This podcast is produced in partnership with The Granite State News Collaborative and The Marlin Fitzwater Center for Communications at Franklin Pierce University.
 
They're married, they're comedians and they couldn't be more different. Living in the digital age hell bent on casting us as Red Team or Blue Team, Alex and Rachel sit down every Monday morning to talk current events through their personal lease of comedy in hopes of finding; common ground.
 
Urbanism meets food, travel, business, tech and the environment in a podcast that takes a fresh look at the future of our cities - and the people redefining it: from influential chefs, musicians and activists, to architects, urban planners, politicians, environmentalists and entrepreneurs. We travel the globe to ask the big questions. How can we fix our food system? How can tourism be a force for good? How can we breathe life back into abandoned buildings? How can we prevent natural disaster ...
 
In an age of increasing political and social polarization, how do we understand the diverse and divisive viewpoints that are fueling opinions in Alberta? Through stories and interviews, the Common Ground podcast explores narratives of hate and counter-hate to understand if we have any hope of finding common ground.
 
Whether it's Brexit, Covid, Black Lives Matter or trans rights, polarisation has been destabilising our democracy for the last few years. But are the culture wars largely phoney - and can we find a solution to the serious issues society is facing? From state-sanctioned hostile action to social media algorithms, party politics and innate tribal instincts, Alfred Landecker Foundation fellow and journalist Cat Neilan explores what is holding us back from making common ground. In partnership wit ...
 
Join Global Consultant Susan Coleman, Host of the Peacebuilding Podcast- and today’s most innovative, courageous and inspired practitioners as we explore strategies to intervene in complex systems to build consensus and common ground across divides of worldview, culture and difference.
 
Welcome to Common Ground Education Podcast. The Podcast is focused on progressive education, mental health resources and multi-disciplinary collaboration. The goal is provide needed information to professionals in the educational domain. The host is a school social worker but the podcast is meant for any professional who works in the educational world.
 
The transition between administrations in Washington, D.C., and the global effort to overcome the COVID-19 pandemic provide the opportunity to reassess U.S.-China relations and whether our two nations might reclaim common ground for building a more productive partnership. This podcast—a public extension of Drake University Professor David Skidmore’s Spring 2021 course on U.S.-China relations—will gather insights from diplomats, scholars, journalists, businesspeople, and others involved in th ...
 
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Common Ground: Sustainable agriculture stories from the Southern USA which introduces you to farmers, ranchers, and those who support them as well as innovative practices from around the Southern United States, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Listen in as they tell their stories and share testimonies of the common challenges and solutions for anyone willing to learn. We highlight our Monthly Newsletter, Outreach Efforts, Success Stories, Upcoming Grants, How-To’s & more! Southern SARE, f ...
 
OUR COMMON GROUND with Janice Graham ALTERNATIVE ∞ ACTIVIST ∞ PROGRESSIVE ∞ EMPOWERMENT TALK RADIO “Speaking Truth to Power and Ourselves” XX//^\\XXXX//^\\XX “Transforming Truth to POWER, ONE Broadcast At A Time” XX//^\\XXXX//^\\XX OUR COMMON GROUND explores and examines history and culture, the socio-economic and political issues and conditions of Black people in America. Discussion with our community, “speaking Black truths” toward the best of our collective interests. We present the best ...
 
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How do you enable people to really participate in democracy? Is voting enough? How can we support robust, genuine debate and collaboration amongst different parts of the community? As a researcher and community organiser, Amanda has spent her life finding ways to involve a huge range of people in shaping institutions and decision-making. Amanda sha…
 
Are our cities ready for an ageing population? In this episode, we look at what this demographic shift means for our homes, towns, and cities, and see how countries across the globe are preparing for this change. We speak to David Stewart, photographer and founder of Ageist, who introduces the concept of a Life 2.0 before turning to writer and acti…
 
Independent voters make up more than 40 percent of the voting public. But you wouldn’t know that from media coverage, which focuses almost exclusively on red versus blue. Independents are often overlooked or seen as wishy-washy. Our guests on this episode say that’s a big misconception. In this show we look at a group of voters, including many youn…
 
What is it like for people working within the oil and gas industry? What kind of pressure are people and organisations facing, internally and externally? Can change be driven from within? Georgie McClanachan worked for 6 years as a commercial analyst and an economist in a large oil and gas company—one of Australia's largest carbon dioxide emitters.…
 
What does a zero emissions economy look and feel like? How can Australia emerge a winner in the global transition to zero emissions? As CEO of Beyond Zero Emissions, Heidi has led transformative research on transitioning into a zero emissions economy. We discuss what such a transition entails for Australia, from the economic investments required to…
 
We cannot ignore a possible ecological deficit in Australia. But can policy in Australia ensure that the economy supports a better way of life for all? With nearly 40 years experience in environmental, energy and land use policy work in Australia and the US, which included advising the United Nations and the Clinton Administration, Frank Muller is …
 
Given Australia’s reliance on coal, can a shift in energy mix be a long term opportunity? How can Australia keep up with the rest of the world? Hear from Alex Wonhas, an Australian energy market expert. Alex has spent a lot of time charting the future of Australia’s energy system, including in his role as Executive General Manager of system design …
 
How can Australia be prepared for what lies ahead? What would it mean for Australia to genuinely have sustained and sustainable economic growth? Sam Mackay, former director and current Advisory Board member of Griffith University's Climate Ready Initiative talks about the way communities and industry are coming together to map a different Australia…
 
Want to know one of the most exciting and innovative ways to find common ground? Get people out of their political bunkers and move them beyond rigid polarization in our divided nation. Consider local grassroots efforts, such as the one we profile in this podcast episode. Journalist Simon Montlake of The Christian Science Monitor tells us about his…
 
Listen to Anthony Payton tell his story about struggles with mental health and wellness and to his conversation with Nicole Sublette is a licensed clinical mental health counselor, with a private practice in Manchester. Anthony Payton is a freelance writer and father living in Manchester. He can be reached at anthony.payton@collaborativenh.org. Thi…
 
How are businesses banding together to improve their neighbourhoods? On this episode we discover what BIDs can offer, from improving baseline services like street sweeping and safety to hosting festivals that celebrate an area’s history and culture. We speak to John Lambeth, CEO of Civitas, to help unpack how exactly BIDs work, before visiting Lond…
 
2022 was a year of surprises in politics and the world beyond. In our year-end special, "Let's Find Common Ground" podcast puts the spotlight on six interviews that we published during the past twelve months. We hear former Congressman Will Hurd discuss moderation and extremes in American politics. Author and market researcher Diane Hessan tells us…
 
It’s the end of the year episode and we’re easing our way out and into the new. No big bang in this episode. 2022 was a *ride* to say the very least! We kick off by talking comedy and offer our take on recently seeing Louis CK at the Atlanta Fox Theatre and then chat on four big articles from the week, mostly to pose the question, “What is Elon doi…
 
Collaboration is seen as a given in working life. Being part of a team means cooperating with others on all kinds of projects. But the reality is few of us learn how to collaborate. And when a collaboration fails it can leave such bad scars that the people involved never want to work together again. In this episode, we speak with professor and coll…
 
It’s the penultimate episode for SZN 4 and we’re coming in with a slow burn! Alex officially launches our new segment “Fan of The Month” and kicks us off with 5 funny headlines. This episode covers Meth Monks, Fruitcake MTN Dew, the question “Is Trump a ‘real businessman’?” and then we launch into a looooong conversation on the topic of robots. We …
 
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