As we face one of the most important problems of our time, climate change, we’re generating conversations to combat anxiety and feelings of overwhelm, arming listeners with actionable steps they can take daily to be part of the solution and improve their quality of life in the process.
SANTA MONICA, Calif. (PRWEB) January 15, 2020
FutureX Podcast Network is launching two new podcast events. In January, Future of Food, a podcast about eating better for yourself and for the planet, will launch season two with a new host, Ivy Joeva. Edu Futures, a weekly podcast about forecasts, frontiers, and futures in education, will premiere in February with host Dr. Bernard Bull.
Dr. Bernard Bull has been helping to co-create the future of education for more than twenty years. He is a writer, designer, futurist, professor, educational entrepreneur, and President of Goddard College who has traveled throughout the United States and other parts of the world to speak, consult, research, and explore promising practices and emerging possibilities in education.
“At this very moment, there are education innovators, dreamers, and difference-makers who are planting seeds that will grow into the future of education, and those are the people whom listeners get to meet on this show. I’m looking forward to inviting listeners to engage with some of the leading futurists and educational innovators around the world,” said Bernard Bull.
Forty episodes of Edu Futures are planned for season one.
In January, Lee Schneider will produce the premiere of season two of Future of Food with a new host — Ivy Joeva.
Ms. Joeva is a nutritionist, women’s health expert and journalist, with a passion for personal wellness and protecting planet Earth for future generations. She anchored alongside Lisa Ling, Gotham Chopra and Tracy Smith for Channel One News, where she covered the historic Peace Accords from Belfast in Northern Ireland. Ivy went on to host How We Love for Current TV, based on the Emmy nominated documentary Song of Songs.
“As we face one of the most important problems of our time, climate change, we’re generating conversations to combat anxiety and feelings of overwhelm, arming listeners with actionable steps they can take daily to be part of the solution and improve their quality of life in the process,” she said.
Future of Food guests will include climate change activists, restaurant visionaries, and nutrition experts who will discuss what we can do every day to address the climate crisis by choosing what we eat, cook, and buy.
FutureX is a network of futurist podcasts and a proud sponsor of the Outlier Podcast Festival. The next Outlier Festival is in Salt Lake City. January 24 - 25. Register here.