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All4Ness
Hablando de Bienestar y Diversidad Corporativa - Maria Mercedes Carrasquilla - TERPEL

All4Ness

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 46:49


Es un honor presentarles esta enriquecedora entrevista con Maria Mercedes Carrasquilla. Una conversación cargada de empoderamiento a la mujer, diversidad, inclusión, y bienestar corporativo, en la voz de una mujer de admirable trayectoria y experiencia. María Mercedes Carrasquilla, actualmente ocupa el cargo de vicepresidente de Gestión Humana y Administrativa de Terpel. Lidera los procesos de compensación, administración de personal, gestión administrativa, talento humano, cultura, comunicaciones internas, liderazgo, diversidad, equidad, inclusión e innovación. Tiene un diploma de Alta Gerencia en la Universidad de los Andes y un Diploma en Alto Gobierno de la misma institución. Es una ejecutiva con más de 30 años de experiencia trabajando en altos cargos administrativos y financieros, tanto en el sector público como privado. Tiene amplia experiencia en el manejo de personal, de relaciones con gobierno, con academia, empresas y ONG's.

Construction + Small Business Marketing: It's a Code World:
How to Not Be Reliant on Storms as a Roofing Contractor w/ Ethan Andes

Construction + Small Business Marketing: It's a Code World:

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 25:27


Today, we sat down with Ethan Andes of Andes Roofing to discuss different ways new contractors can stop relying on storms when starting out.

Landscape Business Course
My General Manager is Quitting (Mike Andes Interview with Marcus Roberts)

Landscape Business Course

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 47:00


The Fifth Floor
The end of the 'eternal' glacier?

The Fifth Floor

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 41:59


Indonesia's famous 'Eternity Glacier' in Papua province is shrinking fast, and experts say it could disappear by 2024. Meanwhile many of the glaciers of the Andes in South America are also on the retreat. Valdya Baraputri of BBC Indonesian and BBC Mundo's Alejandra Martins share this story of climate change in their regions. Black and Arab How are black people across the Arab region affected by racism? For BBC Arabic, Nareeman Dosa reports from Tunisia, the first Arab country to make racial discrimination a criminal offence. Nareeman is a black woman of Sudanese heritage and her documentary, Black and Arab, also led to discoveries about her own identity. India and Pakistan: 75 years after Partition To mark 75 years since India and Pakistan's independence and the Partition, BBC Hindi and BBC Urdu have collaborated to make a podcast series called Baat Sarhad Paar or Conversations Across The Border. Big names from music, art and literature in both countries discuss their shared culture and how this chapter of history affects people today. Asif Farooqi of BBC Urdu and Rupa Jha from BBC Delhi explore the connections. Goodbye to Bangkok's 'fast and furious' Number 8 bus The buses operating on Bangkok's Number 8 route are famous for their sometimes alarming speed and reckless driving, earning them the nickname 'fast and furious'. But the authorities have decided to remove them from the roads. BBC Thai's Tossapol Chaisamritpol was a frequent traveller on the Number 8 and shares his stories. (Photo: Carstensz Glacier. Credit: Gr8ph1cs via gettyimages)

Peruvians of USA
55 (español) Libros bilingües para niños y niñas con Erika Quinteros, escritora bilingüe e ilustradora

Peruvians of USA

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 59:32


Erika Quinteros is a Peruvian-American children's book author and illustrator. She has written two bilingual books: one about an indigenous woman hero from the Andes of Peru who fought against the Spanish crown for liberty and justice, and the other about noise pollution in the city. "I want children to grow up acknowledging the problems we face as a society, but also finding hope and knowing that with love and taking action, we can resolve problems and create a better society for all." In this episode: Rebelion de Túpac Amaru y Micaela Bastidas Libro: TOMASA TITO CONDEMAYTA: Una historia de valor y coraje / A story of courage Libro: Misicha & Qinticha: El Ruido de la Ciudad/The Noise of the City Irene Salvador Grados y la jornada de 8 horas de trabajo para los trabajadores agrícolas Proceso de escribir y publicación de libros Thank you to our episode Sponsor! Whether it's CrossFit, running, yoga, nutrition, or anything in between, CartoonFit Comics was created to make the struggle a little more fun—and a little less serious. CartoonFit Comics focuses on single-panel cartoons which turn fitness equipment and their patient owners, into characters to whom we can all relate. If you want to inspire a love of fitness and movement in your family, CartoonFit Comics provides comics for adults and books for kids. Created by an illustrator and CrossFit coach, CartoonFit Comics creates children's books to entertain and educate through fun stories. Go to cartoonfitcomics.com/spanish to order a Spanish-language coloring book. Follow them! Instagram @cartoonfitcomics and Twitter @cartoonfitcomic Ways to support the podcast: Visit our website for episode notes Give us a review on Apple Podcast or Spotify Become a Listener Supporter, link to Anchor Visit our Online Store and help us change the narrative with our t-shirt: “El Mejor Amigo de un Peruano es otro peruano.” Also available in feminine (“peruana”) and gender-neutral (“peruanx”) versions Follow Peruvians of USA Podcast on IG: @peruviansofusa Like our page on Facebook! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/peruviansofusa/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/peruviansofusa/support

Time To Shine Today
Helping You Uncover, Write and Share Your Story - TTST Interview with CEO of We Write Stories Aaron Bethune

Time To Shine Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 35:12


Show Notes:Aaron is an adventurer. From climbing in the Andes and making records to speaking around the world and working with celebrities, musicians, entrepreneurs, charities, government, and corporations, Aaron is always excited to see life through a new lens and help others uncover a new perspective.Quote:: Be present in every moment, it gives you the ability to see beauty and experience life - Aaron Bethune Knowledge Nuggets and Take-Aways:Aaron's company will encourage and provide space for vulnerability to get your story outWe Write Stories will help you see yourself from the outside and bring your story outWhen you give time, make sure it makes sense. Time is our most valuable commodityDon't ever give up on your passion, what you are doing is incredibly valuable. Many people will drift away from passions to fiscal decisionsRejection is painful, but the greatest way to learn and Level UP!Fun fact - the color orange helps you produce more oxygenHere is a link to this episode on our website:  https://timetoshinetoday.com/podcast/aaronbethune/Recommended Resources: Visit We Write StoriesAaron's Book: Reality and The Positive Power of PerspectiveAaron's Linked INAaron's InstagramAaron's FacebookAaron's TwitterHost Your Podcast for Free with Buzz Sprout Our Show Sponsor Sutter and Nugent Real Estate - Real Estate Excellence Music Courtesy of: fight by urmymuse (c) copyright 2018 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/urmymuse/58696 Ft: Stefan Kartenberg, Kara SquareArtwork courtesy of Dylan Allen

The Remote Real Estate Investor
From the restaurant business to single-family to multi-family real estate investor

The Remote Real Estate Investor

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 33:05


Gino Barbaro is an investor, business owner, author, and entrepreneur. As a real estate entrepreneur, he has grown his portfolio to over $100,000,000 in assets under management and is teaching others how to do the same. Gino Barbaro is the co-founder of Jake & Gino, a multifamily real estate education company that offers coaching and training in real estate founded upon their proprietary framework of Buy Right, Manage Right & Finance Right ™. When starting their real estate investing career, most investors initially think about buying a single-family property (whether that's one home or a condo) and renting it out. Multifamily, though, is an entirely different story. Few people have experience buying an apartment building, let alone being in charge of running one. How does multifamily compare to single-family investing? In today's episode Gino shares insights on being a multifamily entrepreneur and syndicator.   Episode Link: https://jakeandgino.com/ --- Transcript   Before we jump into the episode, here's a quick disclaimer about our content. The Remote Real Estate Investor podcast is for informational purposes only, and is not intended as investment advice. The views, opinions and strategies of both the hosts and the guests are their own and should not be considered as guidance from Roofstock. Make sure to always run your own numbers, make your own independent decisions and seek investment advice from licensed professionals.   Michael: Hey, everyone, what is going on? Welcome to another episode of the Remote Real Estate Investor. I'm Michael Albaum and today I'm joined by Gino Barbaro, and he's going to be talking to us about being a multifamily entrepreneur and syndicator who used to be a restaurant owner. So let's get right into it.   Gino what's going on, man, thanks so much for taking the time to hang out with me today. I appreciate you coming on.   Gino: Michael, thanks for having me on. It's gonna be a lot of fun. We're going to talk a remote investing seems like an all you single family, people out there. Come over to the dark side. The dark side is multifamily. I know it's the pie in the sky out there but trust me if the pizza guy and the drug rep can do it. Anybody can do it, Mike.   Michael: I love it, I love it. You know, so I know a little bit about your background. Give all of our listeners who might not be familiar with who you are, where you're coming from, and what is it you're doing in real estate today.   Gino: When people ask me that my wife always says Gino, you need to expand upon your background and I'm like, I hate talking about myself and I could spend the next 30 minutes talking about myself because I'm not a young dude anymore but real quick. I'm gonna give me the 32nd overview. I got into real estate, probably out of college family. I went into the restaurant business and it was awesome. The first 10 years the restaurant business back in the early 2000s. Late 90s was phenomenal every business was great back then you could actually have an you know, a middle class lifestyle that way we were having a small business 2007 hits my father passes away and I went to work with my dad since I was eight years old. So I was in the business with him. I saw him every day and at that point, I start saying to myself, and I've shared this story a couple times in my living his dream or is it really my dream coincided with the Great Recession of 2008 all of a sudden, I'm working harder.   I've got freaking GrubHub I've got Uber I got all these things delivering you can buy Taco Bell for three bucks was gonna come on by Geno's pizza. You know, I mean, the competition was fierce. I was losing the appetite for business because I didn't have a business. I basically had a job. How many of you out there feel like that have a small business and I didn't understand core values. I didn't understand how to scale a business. I had one restaurant, and I met Jake. Fortunately, in 2009, he was a pharmaceutical rep getting food out of my restaurant and delivering it to doctors' offices but that was starting to end because of Obama's Sunshine Act. So that started waning and Jake says to himself, I'm leaving New York, I'm going to Knoxville Tennessee, and me is the proud New Yorker says where's Knoxville didn't know where it was back in 2009. I didn't and he goes down there. I would open a laptop. I'm like, dude, you got some deals down here. Let's start looking at deals and at that time, I was fortunate because I just started my mentorship program. I started investing in education. I knew the business aspect of it. I had done a few deals prior that were terrible. They weren't real, they weren't multifamily. There were other real estate deals and that's why I decided to really get focused on the education aspect of it. In 2011, we get together and partner up, it takes us 18 months to find that first deal. We closed our first deal in 2013. The rest is history in like five years, we were able to close 1500 units and we're sitting at around 1600 units right now with you know, one syndication and the vast majority of our portfolio is owned by just me, Jake, and my partner, Mike and some of our, you know, employees are investing in our deals but you know, I guess probably the most important thing I left out as I've you know, husband, wife, a six, my wife, we have six kids, homeschool of six kids, I've got a 23 year old down to a seven year old and you know, everyone always asks, what's the why do you do what you do?   You know, always said that's the big question, Simon Sinek and for me, it's not really anybody can say family and it's really important, obviously, the family. But for me, I wanted my kids to have a really healthy understanding and a healthy relationship with money. I wanted to be their role model, I wanted my kids to see me that I love my job and I want to sit here in the studio, love what I'm doing. I also want my kids to see that we can create impact in our lives and really work towards our sole purpose and I saw that as multifamily as being that that vehicle. Now if I was educated enough where I was more intelligent enough younger, I could have done that with the restaurant. I just didn't know how to set up the business and with the restaurant, I still would have had to work on the weekends, I still would have worked the holidays. It was a different lifestyle. So I think multifamily is just gives you that amazing lifestyle. It gives you the generational wealth and it's also given me the ability to create legacy skills for my kids. I'm not going to give my kids a pile of money. I want my kids to work and to learn those skills and to be able to say hey, dad, you know what real estate really is a business so you can become an entrepreneur doing this and here's what you need to do and I want to translate those skills into my children and as well as the Jake and Gino community. That wasn't 30 seconds Mike I'm lying. It was probably about six minutes but I try I'd my best bro.   Michael: You're pretty close. So, you know, rewinding the clock a little bit, you said you did a couple of deals that didn't go so well, and then you kind of ended up in multifamily. So talk to us a little bit about what those deals were and then how did you end up with multifamily, like, how did you come to that conclusion?   Gino: A person with money meets a person with experience, the person with the experience gets the money and the person with the money gets the experience that was made in the first two deals and, you know, it's one of those things where one of our coaches says you either pay for your education in the classroom, or on the streets and unfortunately, I paid on the streets and looking back at it, it was, it wasn't my fault. The first deal, my partner was terrible. He was probably bordering on criminal, we had a syndication going on, but it wasn't a syndication but at the end of the day, I am 100% responsibility junkie. So it was on me not to do due diligence, it was on me not to flower to the property, it was on me to invest in a deal. So even though it was his mistake, ultimately, I had to take responsibility and that was a shift back in 2008. When I read the book by T Harv, Secrets of the Millionaire Mind, I understood that your fruits are in your roots and if you don't take responsibility for your actions, I mean, shame on you. I mean, I made a big mistake, I should have never invested in that first deal. That didn't stop me again. It's my second deal in 2000, late 2006 had extra money lying around, we bought a building up in New York, what are the wrong part of the cycle, wrong market, blah, blah, the list goes on and on made a huge mistake on that and then I ultimately said, Listen, I've got a four Plex that I invested in years ago. I liked the small multifamily. I can do it part time while I'm working the restaurant and I like dealing with residents and it's an asset class that I understand renting out. I don't know anything about commercial leases. I don't know anything about mobile home parks. I like the basic human need, its food, clothing and apartments. I like that my brain can understand that and that's a pivoted me over multifamily and didn't know anything about syndication.   They just knew that if I keep buy a couple of these a year, refinance my money out and continue to, you know, build a portfolio, there was no burr that you know, 10 years ago, 50 years ago, there was just a refi and roll. That's what we call it and that's why I got into it and I love the model. I love the simplicity, I could do it part time. I didn't want to get into single family homes, because I didn't want to fix and flip I had the job already. I'm like, how can I pay for my kids college and how can I pay for my retirement and how can I pay for their weddings and I'm like, well, I know what wealthy people do. They don't save for the event they save to buy an asset and that's why that's what ultimately shifted my mind and are they I'm gonna buy these assets. I'm going to start building wealth and I'm gonna let these assets pay for these events and that's why to me multifamily was a natural fit because I did not want that nine to five fix and flip mentality, work all that I'm already making transactional money, how do I get that equity and how do I build my wealth at the same time and I thought multifamily was a fantastic vehicle.   Michael: I love it and just for our listeners, let's clarify something when you say multifamily. What is it that you mean because there's obviously the small multifamily and then commercial multifamily. So it's clarify for us, what do you mean?   Gino: For multifamily to me, it can be duplex, you can go out there and buy duplex that's a multifamily to me maybe if it's for commercial purposes, five units and more is commercial. But crap. I mean, I bought a four Plex back in 2002. I sold it in 2019. That little bad boy cash load for me every month, I use it as part of my business one of the garages, I was paying myself 1500 bucks a month for to rent it because it was a it was a storage unit there as well. I would store the stuff in the restaurant there, I had rentals coming in, I was able to leverage it where hey, you have to plow that driveway, you plow my driveway, give me a break. So that four unit paid me really well over the years I use that as far as cost segregation went. So you stack a few of those little multi families and the sky's the limit and I want everyone to really think about this process that we were talking about. I'm talking about the conveyor belts, we were coming out with this trademark. It's called conveyor belt of real estate and what it is it's an imaginary conveyor belts in front of you picture in your mind, you're starting to buy assets, or you're starting to stack these assets on this imaginary belt, and it can be a two unit. Then next year, you buy a six unit, then it's a 12 unit and as these assets start to matriculate, and you start to get equity out of them. What do you do with them, you either refinance them out, pull the pull the equity out, and put it into the next deal, or you sell it, or you continue to hold it but you want to start putting assets in that conveyor belt. It doesn't matter how big they are, it matters how well they're going to do for you and just starting, if you're waiting to buy assets, you're waiting for the next correction, it's never going to come you have to be ready when you're ready. I was ready in 2011 with Jake, I said I'm done. I need to start and in 2013 everyone's like oh the deals are great back then GDP suck. It was a 1% rents back then for a one bedroom worth 350 bucks. Now rents that same apartment complex for 995 plus rubs because we still own it. So evaluations have exploded. There was no syndication back then. You couldn't you couldn't read was money back then who nobody was giving you money to buy multifamily cap rates were high, because there was a lot of risk in the market because the economy was terrible. So don't blame circumstances or where you are in the part of the cycle. Great Investors, whether you're in the stock market, real estate, self-storage, you're making money on them when the market goes up and when the market goes down.   Michael: Yeah, no, I love that and you know, you said something that I want to come back to because I love the strategy. But you said rubs rent plus, rather in Santa Ana five plus reps, what is rubs for all of our listeners,   Gino: Sorry about that. So rubs his ratio utility billing system and what happens is a lot of these Mom and Pop owners when they have a property, and it's all bills paid, so let's say a little 10 unit apartment complex, and there's one water meter, well, the owner traditionally pays for all of the water on the on the property, because there's no separately meter. So instead of separately metering it, what you would do is you'd buy the property, and then you say to yourself, okay, the water bill is $1,000, there's 10 units, I'm going to split up and pro rata share each one of those and let the residents pay for that and it doesn't seem like a lot of money. But if there's 10 units, and let's say the water bill is 50 bucks per unit, 50 bucks times 10 unit is $5,000 a month of 50 bucks times 10 is $500 per month, and then times 12 is $6,000 a year. Now, $6,000 a year at a 10 cap is $60,000 in value at a five cap, it's $120,000 that you've just created in value on a little 10 unit apartment complex.   Do you think you can get rich doing that once every couple of years? How many pizzas do you need to make to make 120 grand? You don't know, I know there's a lot of flour and a lot of sweat doing that. So there's so many ways to make money in multifamily and that's just a little 10 unit apartment complex. We've done that with 300 unit apartment complexes where all of a sudden, you're billing back. That's your billing, you can't build back more than what you're collecting. But you can build back for water sewer garbage trash, so you can collect it all back and obviously if the market allows it in Knoxville, Tennessee, where we are, it's traditional up in New York, we can't do that I had an oil tank for a four unit complex and my four units. That was just one heating bill. So what I did it I raised I raised the rents on average about what it was costing me to do that. So either way, you need to get it back to the residents, because they're the ones who are utilizing it and obviously, the most amazing thing happens socialism doesn't work. All of a sudden, they're seeing that they get no water bill, guess what? Water consumption goes down. So not only is it good for you, it's good for the environment, people.   Michael: Yep, no, I love it. I love it and people always make the joke, you know, the owner is paying for the heating in the wintertime, windows open heats on 80 degrees in the house and it's like come on.   Gino: And that's it's real, Michael that that I mean, I drove by that place on or when I had it back in 2015. I drove by one day putting stuff in, it was 22 degrees out in New York and I see the window up and I go up says I go Bros and they're like, Hey, there, it was 84 degrees that throws in Jamaica or something. I'm like guys, really, and they're not paying for the heat, because just kicking along. So for those of you out there, what I ended up actually doing was I ended up bringing the thermostat to the basement and putting the thermostat in the bait leaving the thermostats upstairs, but putting the control downstairs in the basement. So I had the control set. So then they couldn't touch with the controls and I was I was able to control all of those three apartments from that thermostat that was located in the base because after a while, it's like you get fed up with it and that same apartment complex I had all of the electric on one electric meter for the three units and I would always drive into that place my father would always tell me show you that the lights on the old Italian guy, the lights on the Dekoven are what are you gonna do? I'm like, Dad, I paid I paid the electrician six grand they get it a whole new panel and everything and that was the best six grand respects I shut my dad off.   Actually got I actually got electric consumption down. I pushed the electric onto them. So there's a ways that you can you can you can, you know, save the multifamily and you talk about a single family home, you can do that with one unit. But can you imagine if you have a 50 unit complex, are 100 unit complex. I think with entrepreneurs, the more problems you solve, the more money you're going to make. So the more residents you serve, the more units you have, the more money you're going to make and that's the dawned on me when we thought when we bought our first 25 unit property it was like wow, I 25 units in one location Jake is doing his pharmaceutical thing I'm doing my pizza thing. We can manage all 25 of those units, you go to the complex once and collect rents there you're showing units there. Every unit is very similar. So it's very easy to scale that you know where the hot water heaters are, you know, where the you know, one or two roofs on the property one or two landscapes grasses to cut hot water heaters. It's all very similar. You're buying basic boxes, and it's so easy to manage and it's so easy to scale that model as opposed to single family homes. Now if you're doing single family homes, congratulations because we've got a bunch of students in our community. I mean, there's one guy Andy and Scott, and they're both from Scotland. These guys amazing. They bought 100 they're up to 100 single family homes and it dawned on them maybe I could be doing something different.   Amazing, they're managing themselves and they still got a W two job one of them, kust the I don't even know how exactly, it's amazing. But to do all of that, you could have bought 100 unit complex and had the same scalability and had the same results. But you don't know what you don't know and that's what happened, me and Jake, we thought, hey, four units, let's do that we're great. 25 units, great. But once you start buying these assets, you start seeing, and I'm sure a lot of your guests have said, this is just numbers on a paper, right? That's really what it is, your behaviors are belief driven. If you think you can buy a 20 unit, you can, if you think once you've done that, you're like, oh, I've done that. Let me push the envelope and go to a 40 unit, then you can believe you can do it, then you'll end up achieving that it really does limit us sometimes when you think you can't do something is everyone's always saying to me, well, what's one of your regrets. One of the regrets was I should have probably started buying 100 units early on, but I didn't have the skill set, I didn't have the mindset to do it. So wishing I would done something and actually doing it are two completely different things.   Michael: Yeah and I think that makes a ton of sense and I'm a big believer in that too. But do you know, let's touch on like the mindset, because so many folks in our community, both on the rootstock side in the Roofstock Academy side, are very comfortable with single family because they understand it, they lived in one or they've owned it as their primary, they maybe never owned an apartment building or maybe I've never lived in an important thing. So if for whatever reason, there's this mental hurdle that needs to get overcome to make that leap. What does that look like and what have you seen work for people in describing and kind of coaching people through how to make the leap from single family to multi?   Gino: Michael, that's a great question. If I had to stop and think for a second, I think multifamily tends to be more of a team sport, or a single family, people are more comfortable owning three, or four, or five or six, and they're doing everything themselves and unfortunately, there's a book called Built to Sell when you're buying single family homes scattered about you don't have anything really that's I'm not saying that that's sellable, you can still package it. But there's not an intrinsic value. As far as if you're having these apartment complexes, where you're looking long term and saying, hey, I have this 40 unit here, this add to here, much easier to sell, they're more of a business and it's the much higher multiple. When you're looking at it, I would say if you're really afraid of getting into the multifamily space, first thing I would always recommend everybody to do is what I did, I just go out there and pay for your education. I say invest in education, but find a mentor, find a group, find somebody who's doing it at a high level that you really respect that you really admire and the accountability piece that comes with it. Once you spend money on that you're going to show up for those calls, you're going to come to these events, you're going to do the work you got you're going to follow through with what the coach tells you to do, because you've invested in it.   I think the other thing is start small, I would say think big think as big as possible. But start with a two unit or a four unit. It doesn't matter how big it is. It just matters that you buy something and my other thing is I will probably would not be here if it wasn't for my partner, Jake, I had an amazing partnership and for us, we only needed just me and him. It wasn't anybody else. It was just the two of us. There's groups in our community that have three, four or five people on because one's a capital raiser one's boots on the ground, one's an underwriter, one loves to talk to investors, just start out small and start out if you can't do it yourself, find somebody who's going to hold you accountable. Find someone who has, you know, their, your values aligned with each other, find someone who's going to want to be into multifamily for the long term, instead of someone who's jumping around in crypto and next week is self-storage and the week after his mobile home parks really playing your flag and multifamily, give yourself a couple of months to do the homework and then go out there and start networking and selecting that market is very, very important and once you select the market, start networking with brokers, and you know if you're in a community with other community members who are investing in that market, and like I said, it's important once again, start small, you don't have to start with an eight unit complex. Start with a duplex a quad and what I've seen from students and myself and Jake, you know, very similar, you'll start with a two, then go to a six, then go to a 20 unit, then when you're 20 units, you're like I don't have any more money, well, maybe you'll refi a deal out or you'll start syndicating and raising capital for a larger deal. I think the quote from Mark Twain I always I always mentioned it's not what you don't know that what hurts you. It's what you know, for sure. That just ain't so and what I really mean by that quote is that people like well, you need money, and I don't have any money, or I don't have a balance sheet to get into multifamily and I mean, did Mark Zuckerberg stop from creating Facebook because he didn't have money. He had an idea. He had no money. Michael Dell, Bill Gates, a lot of these entrepreneurs didn't have the money, but they had the idea and they have the experience and they had the systems and they had the knowledge. If you're gonna get into multifamily learn the business itself and if you can understand how to create value in that space, you'll learn how to raise capital for these deals, and you will begin to bigger deals.   Michael: I love it, I love it. Do you know let's talk to that was it Andy and Scott, who are two of your students that have the 100 single families? Yes, talk to the Andes and Scouts of the world for just a minute and they understand clearly the single family mechanics how to buy single family homes. So what we love on the show is really actionable steps and takeaways things that people can go really chew on. So what are the physical mechanics that are different rent for somebody if they want to go buy that quad. It's like I understand single family, what do I have to do differently to go and get into a quad?   Gino: Andy and Scott did something that I don't think a lot of people in the single family space and very few people in the multifamily space do. They have a certain buyer criteria that I don't even think they understood themselves, they were buying a specific house in Section eight with a specific tenant and a specific area with a specific unit mix and I looked at your portfolio and like wow, you guys own very similar with using creative financing. I mean, it's amazing how dialed in they were for us when students start learning the process and this should be for your single family home investors as well or any market real estate market niche understand where you are in the market cycle, we call it the three pillars of real estate because this is really important and no take notes on this because this translates I think throughout all niches real estate, the three pillars are market cycle, their debt, and their exit strategy and you have to understand where you are in the market cycle of your specific market. Because back in 2013, that was a buyers' market cycle, back then you're buying anything you can you're buying old assets, new assets, old assets, because they're cheap, and there's a runway for you to make money on them. So you can fix them up, buy them cheap, fix them up, and then sell them.   It's very similar to the single family space, as the market cycle gets longer, and there's more risk and these assets are getting older, the older assets, those older houses are probably just as much as expensive as the newer houses. So why buy the older houses with all that capex and all that work, where you could buy something a little bit newer, and you're going to hold it for a longer part of the market cycle. So understanding where you are in the market cycle will help you formulate what you're buying. Right now we're buying assets that are newer, we're buying assets that are in really good parts of the market, because the market cycle right now, if there's a downturn, guess what you're gonna have to hold on to this deal a little bit longer than what you thought I'd rather buy an asset that's a little bit newer and that's in a better market part of the market cycle and a better part of the market than something that's older. So we've transitioned into that. I would also say that exit strategy, understanding what you're going to do with this, you know, a lot of people buying these homes, what are we doing? Are we going to keep them for the next two years? Are we gonna flip out, people just buy a deal because they think it's a great deal? Well, every deal, as our coach Bill Hamm says, you know, wheels up, you're on the air, he's a pilot, you're flying that plane, you don't have to take off, you'd have to buy the deal. But once you buy the deal, that deal is gonna land sooner or later, you're you know, it's either crashing down crashing, you're gonna get foreclosed on, you're going to sell it, you're going to refi it, whatever that looks like. So understand what your exit strategy is and then let's talk about what the debt component is because once you know what the exit strategy is, are you getting bridge debt? Are you getting community debt? Are you getting agency what we talked about Fannie and Freddie and these bigger multifamily deals? Is it going to be shorter term debt, long term debt, we're even using credit unions. Credit unions are really big in this space and multifamily is all of a sudden they've seen they're not banks, they're nonprofit. I don't know how they make their money, but they're getting their way into it and it's really a big viable option.   But once you've taken all that into consideration, you're looking at the three pillars of real estate, you're looking at market cycle, debt and exit strategy. Now let's chunk down what kind of assets you're buying in multifamily, specifically and even single family, what kind of homes where are these homes located and for us, we like to look at median income, because we're looking at median income, we can figure out what kind of renters there are, when we've made mistakes on deals, it's when the median income is lower, it's mid 30s 35, 40. That's when we have problems when we're buying in those areas that are marginal, because unless you know the path of progress is going there, meaning incomes gonna rise. That lower median income means you can't raise rents as much it means the quality of the resident is harder, there's more return on effort. There's so much effort involved in that asset. So be wary of that. So we're looking for specific median income, at least 50 grand we're looking for our for our specific, you know, niche. We love two bedroom townhomes. So if you're if you're a single family home investor, okay, I want to look for three bedrooms, two baths $50,000, median income, this part of the city I like garages, whatever that looks like. So figure out what for your criteria is because when you're looking at a deal, you can just check it off and say that doesn't fit my criteria or hey, I liked this deal. Even more importantly, when you're talking to brokers, you can push it out to all your broker friends and say when this kind of deal comes across your table, call me up and getting crystal clear on more, I guess buyer criteria. We love assets that have amenities in the multifamily space washer dryer hookups, for some reason are really huge.   So maybe in the single family space, hey, you want to have a place with a pool, maybe a little patio, Little Dog, a little enclosure place for the tenants, or maybe having washer dryer hookups in the single family home and offering that amenity as well. So figure out what the criteria is what kind of asset you want to buy. I think that'd be really helpful for anybody, whether they're buying single family homes, whether investing in self-storage, or multifamily and this criteria is going to change. That's why you really need to stay educated because market cycles change. As the market cycle changes. You're going to you're going to be buying assets that are different because as the as goes from a seller's market back to a buyers' market prices are going to drop, you're gonna see those see assets come down in price, maybe. So looking at those assets more you can pay it's a function of price. If you can pay less for an asset in those buyers markets, you're more willing to buy an older asset because your capital requirements are still there. But you're still able to make money because there's a bigger, bigger, bigger price range where you can go up holding these assets for a little while and refine them is really important in our strategy as well, I did it.   Michael: Gino, you said something that I want to circle back to you were talking about the exit strategy and I love the pilot analogy that you shared a question for you if someone is listening to this, and they're just getting started and they understand that real estate investing is great. It can be powerful to understand the fundamentals. But maybe they're not sure what their exit strategy looks like. They can't think that far ahead. Should that person wait? Is that person not educated enough in your opinion or should they? Are they okay to figure it out on the fly?   Gino: That's a that is a good question. I started not understanding it myself. So don't let that hold you back. I you know, the thing is we it's so hard to be an entrepreneur and to be an investor and to how we will we call the long term mindset, we created a brand called the 100 year real estate investor because what me and you're doing right now, our actions are affecting our kids and our grandkids. That's the reality. So if you're waiting to buy multifamily, you wait five years, well, that's five years that you could have owned something and waiting and waiting and waiting for me. When you buy an asset, it depends on the size of the asset. If you buy a $50,000 home, there's less risk in that than investing in a $70 million multifamily. So it depends what you're starting on as well. Also, that's the that's the important thing. But getting clear on why you're choosing real estate. I mean, why real estate? There's so many vehicles out there. There's so much out there. Real estate is a business and I think people don't understand that I didn't for a long time i Our slogan Jake and Gino as we create multifamily entrepreneurs, that that's the reality when you buying real estate, you're buying an asset, but you're also buying a business. How many investments can you do that with if you can think about it, you're buying a stock, you're just doing an investment as a stock.   But with real estate, you can become a real estate professional, it can really help you immensely on your taxes, you're actually buying assets that you start asset, managing it and looking at it from the from the investors perspective, and you're able to scale up and start hiring people. So you're building the business and then from that, you're able to create multiple streams of revenue from that one asset. So if you have 30, single family homes, you're out there, you're like, wow, okay, I've got 30 singles, I can start an education platform. I can start writing books, I can start doing YouTube videos, I can partner up and I can start lending private money, I can start doing hard money. I can have a little fix and flip business going on. I can get my broker's license, Title Company, why don't I partner up with Sony's as a title company all these different streams of revenue coming from that single family home portfolio. We did the same thing with our mobile with our multifamily portfolio, we started the education company, we started a syndication company raising capital, we have a development company now that will start building multifamily assets. We have 100 year company that we're selling whole life insurance to our you know, students as well to be able to invest in multifamily. So I think when you're looking at real estate, and you haven't started yet, it's an amazing business, learn the whole entire business and the and the opportunities that it gives you because that's why I want people to stop investing in single family and get into multifamily, because you can start hiring out a property manager, you can start hiring out maintenance techs to help you with that part of the business. That's very important but I mean, should you be changing toilets. I mean, when you first started, obviously, when you have six to seven units, you should be really going out there paying somebody to do that and your value is an underwriting deals, your values and talking to investors to invest in your next deal your values and creating another business that aligns with multifamily not doing those tasks that really pay 30 or 40-30 to $40 an hour, which is probably a lot in a lot of markets. But still, that's not what you should be doing. You should be focusing on those bigger tasks.   Michael: I dig it, I dig it. Gino, one more question. Before I let you out of here. You talked about being familiar and aware of where we are in the market cycle or where you are as an individual as an investor in the market cycle. Where are we right now?   Gino: Michael, this is one of the weirdest economies that I've been ever involved in and I'm a lot older than you I just don't when a recession. Can we define what a recession is if you're a Democrat, right? The definition if you're a Republican, you're screaming bloody murder. I'm an entrepreneur. I'm trying to figure out where we are. We've added so many jobs but yet companies are talking about laying jobs off. I just don't get a it's a such a dislocation, the supply chain. I try to buy a car a year out from buying a car, airplane tickets or double hotels or not avail I just I can't figure it out. But I think long term. I'm always bullish on the economy. I'm always I know there's there will be a way for to figure it out. Because if the person is not doing the job in office, that's why we have elections every two years. They're going to vote them out. Someone else is going to come in and things are going to change. I think long term real estate is will always be the place to be because it's an inflation hedge my rents are going up the same amount as inflation is going up or rents have been going up the unfortunate thing you've seen what's happened with the middle class, the middle classes get a paycheck. They've got you know, raises of seven, eight 10%.   A person who owns $50 million in real estate, their portfolio has gone up 10% In the last five years or whatever, they're up 5 million bucks. So it's you know, you have hard assets when all this money has been given to banks, what do banks do with this money, they lend it to people who buy assets, so assets have just gotten this natural swell. So if you're looking at it from the equity perspective, it's amazing and like I said, it is a basic human need demographics are such that the build to rent space has gotten huge because people don't want to buy homes, they want to be able to be you know, wanna be able to move wherever they want to their job trips over, they don't want to fix screen doors, they'd rather rent and that's really bodes well for multifamily and further for the rental space going forward and there's not enough there definitely is not enough of a supply of rentals out there and you saw what happened with rents in the last two years are up. You know, Knoxville alone was up 20% last year, year over year in one year because there's just not enough just be aware of where you're investing. I mean, I think areas that have job growth and population growth are always going to stand out. We love the Southeast Conference. You know, Tennessee, Florida, Carolinas Georgia, great part Texas. You know, everyone says Texas is booming as well. parts of Arizona are doing really well wherever you see migration wherever you see people moving to I would say you know bide here and Michael if you ever speak in the next five years anyone listening to this I'm sure even if they paid a little bit too much for the real estate today. They'll be happy five years from now that they invested in the deal today.   Michael: Love it Gino as we get you out of here if people want to learn more about you continue the conversation learn more about multifamily where's the best place for them to get a hold of you and do that?   Gino: Just go to https://jakeandgino.com/ , we've got an event coming out November 5 and sixth it's in it's in Orlando. It's our fifth conference multifamily mastery five we had 900 attendees there last year. I think this year we're going to top 1000 and it's just an awesome place to get with people who are doing deals who are raising money who are networking you're gonna find your next partner there we've got amazing speakers as well so just go on the Jake and Gino website figure out if you've got the ability we call on it. We always call it the financial vacation for smart people because you're gonna be down at Disney you gonna be hanging out with people and it's great. You bring the kids nine to five you know during the event afterwards you're at the resort you go to Disney so that's our flagship event for the search go to https://jakeandgino.com/   Michael: Awesome. Well, Gino you know, hey, thanks again, man for taking the time. This was super fun, really insightful. Definitely look forward to continuing conversation.   Gino: Thanks, Michael. Appreciate it.   Michael: Hey, you got it, take care.   Alright, everyone. That was our episode a big thank you to Gino for coming on and sharing some really great wisdom with everyone. For anyone who is interested in the space. Definitely go check out Gino and Jake's websites and as always, we look forward to seeing on the next one. Happy investing…

NUEVO INGRESO en PENTAGRAMA LATINOAMERICANO
SEMANA 32 - Padre Sol - VIDA MIA

NUEVO INGRESO en PENTAGRAMA LATINOAMERICANO

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 4:42


Descubre y escucha lo más reciente de tus artistas y grupos favoritos cada semana. Entérate antes que nadie de lo nuevo que nos presentan cada 60 minutos en PENTAGRAMA LATINOAMERICANO Radio Folk http://PentagramaLatinoamericanoRadioFolk.com Escucha desde Suiza, la mas completa seleccion de música de todos los tiempos, interpretada con instrumentos tradicionales de los Andes, como la quena (kena), zampoñas, sikus, tarkas, charango, etc... e instrumentos contemporaneos ::: "PENTAGRAMA LATINOAMERICANO" La Genuina Expresión del Folklore ::: JUEVES y DOMINGOS a las 12h00 (hora de Perú y Ecuador) 13h00 (hora de Bolivia y Chile) 14h00 (hora de Argentina) 13h00 en Miami (USA) y Toronto (Canada) 19h00 (hora de verano en Europa) 18h00 (hora de invierno en Europa) vía http://PentagramaLatinoamericanoRadioFolk.com y http://malkitv.com

A History of the Inca
Ep. 39: El Sistema de Ceques de Cuzco

A History of the Inca

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 30:29


Hoy nos sumergimos en una vasta red religiosa. El Sistema de Ceques de Cuzco era un sistema de huacas que irradiaban desde el lugar más sagrado del imperio. En este episodio discutimos cómo estaba organizado el sistema y cómo se llevaban a cabo ciertos rituales. También caminamos varias líneas de ceques, visitando algunas de las huacas. Finalmente, exploramos cómo ha cambiado el sistema con el tiempo y observamos otros sistemas similares en los Andes.Si desea apoyar el programa monetariamente, haga clic en el siguiente enlace: https://www.patreon.com/incapodcast. Y Gracias!Siga el programa en Twitter @Incapodcast o encuéntrenos en nuestra página de Facebook: A History of the IncaMúsica de entrada/salida de: Kalx aka Kaliran: Andean Lounge, Scream of the DevilMúsica de transición por: Kike Pinto

PENTAGRAMA LATINOAMERICANO
Pentagrama Latinoamericano - domingo 07.08.2022

PENTAGRAMA LATINOAMERICANO

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 92:11


Escucha desde Suiza, la mas completa seleccion de música andina peruana y latinoamericana de todos los tiempos, interpretada con instrumentos tradicionales de los Andes, como la quena (kena), zampoñas, sikus, tarkas, charango, etc... e instrumentos contemporaneos ::: "PENTAGRAMA LATINOAMERICANO" La Genuina Expresión del Folklore ::: JUEVES y DOMINGOS a las 12h00 (hora de Perú y Ecuador) 13h00 (hora de Bolivia y Chile) 14h00 (hora de Argentina) 13h00 en Miami (USA) y Toronto (Canada) 19h00 (hora de verano en Europa) 18h00 (hora de invierno en Europa) vía http://PentagramaLatinoamericanoRadioFolk.com y http://malkitv.com

Vento da Liberdade
Millonario Maryori

Vento da Liberdade

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 11:10


Música Andes

LLAQTAKUNAPI de MALKI Radio
LLAQTAKUNAPI - Jeudi 04.08.2022

LLAQTAKUNAPI de MALKI Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 61:29


Un voyage musical à travers des sons et des rythmes traditionnels et contemporains des Andes et de l'Amérique latine. Musique d'origine Inca et afro-américain. LLAQTAKUNAPI (Depuis mes Origines) Jeudi dès 20h00 à 21h00 (Europe) sur http://malkiradio.com et http://malkitv.com 👉 Cecilia Todd - EL CURRUCHA 👉 Carlos Zapata - IMAGINES 👉 Eva Ayllon - RITMO, COLOR Y SABOR 👉 Andesur - LEGADO DE VIDA 👉 Carlos Vives - SOL DE MEDIODIA 👉 Puka - MOTIVOS AYACUCHANOS 👉 Juglares de Cali - SIMIRUCO 👉 Yawar - AY AMOR 👉 Arkawa - FIESTA DE VICUÑAS 👉 Oido de Condor - AMANECIDO 👉 Intiwara - ESO DE QUERERTE 👉 Malki - WASI 👉 Los Uros del Titicaca - CARNAVAL DE APURIMAC

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Radio Universidad de Chile
Vuelan las plumas - Alvaro Soffia y Rodolfo Aedo: Silencio en el Estadio

Radio Universidad de Chile

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 39:00


Esta es la reconstrucción de momentos complejos para la Selección chilena de fútbol. Una historia poco conocida que mezcla la trama del golpe de Estado de 1973 con las eliminatorias del mundial del 74', mientras en la cancha Chile enfrenta a la ex URSS. El dibujo expresionista y simple de Rodolfo Aedo le da vitalidad al encuentro, así como una atmósfera adecuada al relato histórico. Mientras que el guión detallado de Álvaro Soffia nos proporciona una nueva forma aproximarnos a un hito de nuestra historia reciente. El libro cuenta con extras como entrevistas a Carlos Caszely, Elías Figueroa y Leonardo Véliz, quienes relatan y conversan sobre el partido y el contexto histórico. También se incluye un dosier de prensa que reúne notas de prensa de la época. Sinopsis: Tan solo una semana después del golpe de Estado que derrocó al presidente Allende, la selección chilena de fútbol tomaba el primer avión que cruzó los Andes hacia Moscú, rumbo al primer partido de repechaje para clasificar a la Copa Mundial de Alemania 1974. Esta novela gráfica cuenta, en voz de un miembro de aquella delegación, las peripecias que debieron sortear para jugar ese compromiso, en un contexto más que adverso y con escasas comunicaciones, recreando un partido mítico en la historia del fútbol chileno por su resultado y trascendencia; un encuentro que no se vio y del que casi no existen registros.

The News & Why It Matters
US Drone Strike Reveals Al Qaeda Is STILL in Afghanistan | 8/2/2022

The News & Why It Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 45:52 Very Popular


Yesterday, Joe Biden announced a United States drone strike killed an al Qaeda leader who was instrumental in planning the 9/11 attacks. But didn't Joe Biden say al Qaeda was "gone" after the U.S. withdrew from Afghanistan? Plus, Illinois healthcare workers secured a major win against vaccine mandates. And why does Kamala Harris think absentee ballots are impossible to fill out?  Today's Sponsors: The new Weight Control formula from NuSu Labs uses bio-hacking technology to curb your appetite and control those unwanted cravings. Go to https://NuSuLabs.com/WHY to get a free bottle with your order.  Bonner Wines are almost impossible to get on your own. The producers, deep in the Andes mountains, make a very limited quantity. Go to https://BonnerPrivateWines.com/WHY to get over 50% off plus free shipping and a BONUS bottle of small batch, limited production wine from their exclusive wine cellar.  Moms for Liberty is dedicated to fighting for the survival of America by unifying, educating and empowering parents to defend their parental rights at all levels of government! Plus, it's free to join as an associate member. So go to https://MomsForLiberty.org/SARA and join now.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Love Code
Love Code - Becoming a New Human, Homo Luminous with Alberto Villoldo

Love Code

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 57:51


Alberto Villoldo, Ph.D., is a medical anthropologist, psychologist and shaman, who studied the spiritual practices of the Amazon and the Andes for more than 30 years.   While at San Francisco State University, he founded the Biological Self-Regulation Laboratory to study how the mind creates psychosomatic health and disease.  Alberto is founder of the world-renowned Four Winds Society and of the Light Body School.  In his teachings and writings, he shares the experience of infinity and its ability to heal and transform us, to free us from the temporal chains that keep us fettered to illness, old age and disease. He instructs individuals throughout the world in the practice of energy medicine. Alberto has written numerous bestselling books, including Power Up Your Brain: The Neuroscience of Enlightenment (with David Perlmutter, MD  Shaman, Healer, Sage; One Spirit Medicine and How to Grow a New Body.      www.thefourwinds.com http://albertovilloldo.com facebook.com/albertovillolodo

DianaUribe.fm
Feria de Manizales

DianaUribe.fm

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 53:46 Very Popular


Un nuevo capítulo de nuestra serie de fiestas de Colombia. Esta vez el turno es para una de las festividades más tradicionales y reconocidas de nuestro país: La Feria de Manizales. Hablaremos de una ciudad que surgió sobre la cultura del café, del cable aéreo, del rescate de las tradiciones, del Nevado del Ruiz, de la relación con la Feria de Sevilla, de las carreras de carritos de balineras, de los arrieros, trovadores y del sentido de pertenencia a una ciudad incrustada en las faldas de la cordillera de los Andes.  Notas del episodio El origen de Manizales, la capital del departamento de Caldas Las rutas de los arrieros en Caldas La historia del cable aéreo Manizales-Mariquita, una proeza de la ingeniería en medio de las montañas colombianas Aquí les dejamos una reseña de la Feria de Abril de Sevilla, fuente de inspiración de la Feria de Manizales Señal Memoria nos cuenta los cambios que ha tenido la Feria de Manizales a lo largo del tiempo Y aquí un relato de una tradición propia del relieve de Manizales: los carritos de balineras Página oficial de la Feria de Manizales    ¡Síguenos en nuestras Redes Sociales! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DianaUribe.fm/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dianauribefm/?hl=es-la Twitter: https://twitter.com/dianauribefm?lang=es Pagina web: https://www.dianauribe.fm

Espooky Tales
The Cave Guardian and the Tayos Cave

Espooky Tales

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 59:32


Warlocks are said to live in the caves of Chiloe and their caves are protected by a horrendous monster known as the Imbunche. The Imbunche can only leave the cave in certain circumstances and goes from baby boy to Imbunche in a horrific manner. The Tayos cave in the Andes mountain of Ecuador are said to contain a mysterious metal library and connected to strange conspiracy theories. That's right, today's topic is sort of caves! First, we share a listener story. If you have spooky stories you want us to share on the podcast, please email Espookytales@gmail.com. For more spooky stories, watch us on Tiktok https://www.tiktok.com/@espookytales (https://www.tiktok.com/@espookytales) For pictures on the places we discuss each episode, check out our Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/espookytales/ (https://www.instagram.com/espookytales/) Tweet us https://twitter.com/EspookyTales (https://twitter.com/EspookyTales)https://www.facebook.com/EspookyTalesPodcast/ (/)  Join us for movie nights on Twitch! https://www.twitch.tv/espooky_cristina Chat with us on Discord! https://discord.gg/4zVbvd7Hek (https://discord.gg/4zVbvd7Hek) https://www.espookytales.com/support/ (Support Espooky Tales) on Patreon and receive bonus episodes, shoutouts, stickers and more! https://www.patreon.com/Espookytales (https://www.patreon.com/Espookytales) Music Credit:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=REk9Ia6eYXk (Silent Night (Dark Piano Version)-Myuu)     "Day of Chaos" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Link for https://www.espookytales.com/blog/ (sources) Mentioned in this episode: 3 Spooked Girls Podcast 3 Spooked Girls is a paranormal podcast with a dash of true crime, check them out at https://www.3spookedgirls.com/ Roe v Wade Preroll For more information visit: https://choice.crd.co/ This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podsights - https://podsights.com/privacy Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

Hablamos De Cosmética Natural
#62 Organiza tu espacio de elaboración profesionalmente

Hablamos De Cosmética Natural

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 17:57


En este episodio te compartimos info de lo que ya se está pidiendo para habilitar un establecimiento de elaboración en Argentina, tomando como ejemplo la ordenanza municipal de San Martín de los Andes. Además te damos tips para empezar sin caer en la parálisis. Mira la ordenanza municipal de SMDA: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1cOAn0n9jwDz4EaAL3jsILzaiyFTDjnIc/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=104656757754021699723&rtpof=true&sd=true Más info sobre Asociación Cosmética Natural Argentina: https://www.instagram.com/acna.arg/ Aprende Cosmética Natural en nuestra academia online: https://alumnos.tierrasabia.com.ar/ Seguinos en instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tierra.sabia

070 podcasts
[ESE ES EL PUNTO] VIHdas Truncadas: visibilizando violencias en el conflicto armado

070 podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 34:53


La entrega del informe final de la Comisión de la Verdad, “Hay futuro si hay verdad”, nos presenta una oportunidad como ciudadanos de reflexionar sobre el conflicto armado y el papel de la memoria. La guerra dejó millones de víctimas y personas desplazadas, cada una con una historia desgarradora. Hoy queremos traer a colación uno de los temas que menos visibilidad han tenido en el marco del conflicto: las violencias perpetradas contra personas viviendo con VIH. El informe VIHdas Truncadas, realizada por el Departamento de Lenguas y Cultura de la Universidad de los Andes, Caribe Afirmativo y la Red Somos, es un esfuerzo por visibilizar las historias y experiencias que por tanto tiempo fueron silenciadas. Bienvenidos y bienvenidas a una nueva temporada de Ese es el punto, un podcast de la Facultad de Ciencias Sociales de la Universidad de los Andes, realizado con el apoyo de Cerosetenta. En cada episodio nos acompañan como moderadores e invitados, profesores y profesoras de la Universidad de los Andes, para pensar, escuchar y reflexionar desde la academia, sobre temas que afectan nuestra cotidianidad. En este capítulo, tres expertos que estuvieron detrás de la creación del informe nos cuentan sobre sus resultados, las reflexiones que suscitan y la importancia de documentar estos testimonios.

Wine Talks with Paul Kalemkiarian
American ex-pat making wine in Argentina? Incredible time with Jeff Mausbach.

Wine Talks with Paul Kalemkiarian

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 55:07


Buscado Vivo O Muerto makes serious wine in Argentina. You will learn the story direct from the ex-pats mouth! Jeff Mausbach fell in love with his now Argentine wife and ran back to Argentina and found his passion for wine. These are the most interesting wines I have tasted from Argentina in years. The "experiment" to literally plant and compare by elevation is fascinating. Each wine carries its own signature character based on the elevation as the vineyards head towards the base of the Andes. Jeff chronocles his trek to Argentina and the resulting "Ah Hah" moment that led him to making wine. You will learn, laugh and be fascinated.  

Radio Parleur - le son de toutes les luttes
Voyage au Chili : La constitution d'un espoir - Épisode 1

Radio Parleur - le son de toutes les luttes

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 29:40


C'est le dernier épisode de l'Actu des Luttes de la saison et c'est à l'autre bout du monde que l'on vous emmène chercher de la force et de l'espoir pour les mois à venir avec une serie podcast exclusive en 2 épisodes. Souvenez vous, en 2020, on vous avait diffuser Chile Desperto, un podcast en 6 épisodes sur l'Estallido Social,  l'incroyable révolution qui a secoué le Chili, fin 2019. 3 ans plus tard, la colère a abouti sur un mouvement politique inédit. L'arrivée au pouvoir de Gabriel Boric et surtout la mise en place d'une asssemblée constituante pour enfin remplacer le texte actuel rédigé sous la dictature d'Augusto Pinochet. Le 4 septembre prochain cette nouvelle constitution sera soumise au vote populaire. Un moment charnière dans l'histoire du Chili et un exemple pour tout les mouvements sociaux à travers le monde. Alors pour cet ultime Actu des Luttes de la saison, on vous emmène au pied de la Cordillère des Andes. Pour ce premier chapitre on vous parle du nouveau président chilien, de son éléction et des espoirs que suscite son gouvernement à travers tout le pays. Un épisode de l'Actu des Luttes présenté et coordonné par Martin Bodrero. Reportage, au Chili, de Pascal Filippi. Montage : Thomas Hiahiani. Remerciements tout particulier à Tamara Köhler pour son soutien. Identité sonore Actu des Luttes : Etienne Gratianette (musique/création) et Elin Casse, Antoine Atthalin, Romane Salahun (voix). 

Radio Parleur - le son de toutes les luttes
Voyage au Chili : La constitution d'un espoir - Épisode 2

Radio Parleur - le son de toutes les luttes

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 29:24


C'est le dernier épisode de l'Actu des Luttes de la saison et c'est à l'autre bout du monde que l'on vous emmène chercher de la force et de l'espoir pour les mois à venir avec une serie podcast exclusive en 2 épisodes.  On se retrouve tout de suite avec le second épisode de ce voyage au Chili. Souvenez vous, en 2020, on vous avait diffuser Chile Desperto, un podcast en 6 épisodes sur l'Estallido Social,  l'incroyable révolution qui a secoué le Chili, fin 2019. 2 ans plus tard, la colère à abouti sur un mouvement politique inédit. L'arrivée au pouvoir de Gabriel Boric et surtout la mise en place d'une asssemblée constituante pour enfin remplacer le texte actuel rédigé sous la dictature d'Augusto Pinochet. Le 4 septembre prochain cette nouvelle constitution sera soumise au vote populaire. Un moment charnière dans l'histoire du Chili et un exemple pour tout les mouvements sociaux à travers le monde. Alors pour cet ultime Actu des Luttes de la saison, on vous emmène au pied de la Cordillère des Andes. Pour ce second chapitre on vous parle de cette constitution unique au monde, de sa rédaction et de ce qu'elle peut changer concrètement dans le quotidien des chiliennes et des chiliens. Un épisode de l'Actu des Luttes présenté et coordonné par Martin Bodrero. Reportage, au Chili, de Pascal Filippi. Montage : Thomas Hiahiani. Remerciements tout particulier à Tamara Köhler pour son soutien. Identité sonore Actu des Luttes : Etienne Gratianette (musique/création) et Elin Casse, Antoine Atthalin, Romane Salahun (voix). 

Baleine sous Gravillon (BSG)
Rediff de COMBATS S01E77 Tourisme et Vivant 2/4 : Le cas d'école de l'Antarctique

Baleine sous Gravillon (BSG)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 36:37


ATTENTION! COMBATS, Petit Poisson deviendra Podcast (PPDP) et NOMEN ne sont plus diffusés ici dans BSG, mais chacun dans leur canal. Pour retrouver les prochains numéros et découvrir tous les anciens, il suffit de chercher ces titres dans votre appli d'écoute et de vous abonner. Pour combats c'est par ici.   La massification du tourisme en Antarctique inquiète les scientifiques. Le tourisme entraîne des rejets accidentels de déchets, de la pollution, des collisions avec la faune ou des nuisances sonores… entre autres.   Le tourisme représente 67% des visites des sites antarctiques, loin devant la recherche, 21%, et la pêche, 7%. Ces bateaux transportent plus de 70 000 voyageurs provenant de 1 500 ports à travers le monde.   Ces expéditions sont facturées jusqu'à 15 000 euros, et réservées à une élite. Les passagers sont selon le journaliste Guiv Anquetil “surtout de riches retraités qui viennent voir les derniers soubresauts du Vivant, que leur enfants ne verront plus. Ces voyages accélèrent cyniquement l'effondrement.”   Il y a aussi la question des passagers clandestins, comme les moules, les balanes, les crabes et les algues. Les règles des voyagistes sont très strictes à bord des bateaux, comme le détaille Kris, mais insuffisantes concernant les coques et les eaux de ballast.   Ce “biofouling” peut survivre dans les eaux polaires et se propager, menaçant ainsi la vie marine locale. Leur filtrage de l'eau modifie la chaîne alimentaire marine ainsi que la chimie de l'eau qui les entoure.   Les espèces indigènes de l'Antarctique sont fragiles car isolées depuis 30 derniers millions d'années. _______   Kris de Bardia est guide animalier dans le Parc de Bardia au Népal. Après 20 ans dans les forêts et les savanes d'Asie, il reprend son sac à dos et devient guide en Laponie, en Arctique et en Antarctique.   Adeline Lobbes est guide de brousse en Afrique de l'Est et en Afrique australe. Elle connaît entre autres le Serengeti, le Masaï Mara, le parc Kruger... comme son jardin.   Marc Mortelmans est l'hôte des Podcasts Baleine sous Gravillon. Il a travaillé 5 ans comme prof de plongée en Égypte (mer Rouge, Yucatan, Honduras, Costa Rica, Galapagos) et 6 ans comme guide d'expéditions de montagne dans les Andes. _______   En lien avec ce débat sur l'impact du tourisme sur le Vivant, réécoutez les épisodes sur le rapport Homme / Nature avec Gilles Vervisch https://bit.ly/homme-nature3_BSG https://bit.ly/homme-nature2_BSG https://bit.ly/homme-nature1_BSG   Les épisodes avec Kris de Bardia sur le Népal, l'Arctique, l'Antarctique et la Laponie: https://bit.ly/kris-bardia3_BSG https://bit.ly/kris-bardia2_BSG https://bit.ly/kris-bardia1_BSG   Les épisodes Animaux d'Afrique avec Adeline Lobbes: https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq8_orycterope_BSG https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq7_babouins_BSGa https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq6_chimpanzes_BSG https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq5_lycaons_BSG https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq4_pygargues_BSG https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq3_hippo_BSG https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq2_girafes_BSG https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq1_elephants_BSG   Les épisodes Pôles avec Lydie Lescarmontier: https://bit.ly/poles5_BSG https://bit.ly/poles4_BSG https://bit.ly/poles3_BSG https://bit.ly/poles2_BSG https://bit.ly/poles1_BSG   Les épisodes Banquise et icebergs avec Olivier Remaud: https://bit.ly/iceberg4_BSG https://bit.ly/iceberg3_BSG https://bit.ly/iceberg2_BSG https://bit.ly/iceberg1_BSG   Les épisodes Madagascar avec Evrard Wendenbaum: https://bit.ly/mada10_baobabs_BSG https://bit.ly/mada9_lemuriens_BSG https://bit.ly/mada8_potamo_BSG https://bit.ly/mada7_tortue_BSG https://bit.ly/mada6_grenouille_BSG https://bit.ly/mada5_insectes_BSG https://bit.ly/mada4_arthros_BSG https://bit.ly/mada3_capture_BSG https://bit.ly/mada2_feux_BSG https://bit.ly/mada1_evrard_BSG   Les épisodes Grands reportages animaliers avec Olivier Gasselin: https://bit.ly/reportage4_dauphin_risso_BSG https://bit.ly/reportage3_panthere_neige_BSG https://bit.ly/reportage2_panda_BSG https://bit.ly/reportage1_ours_BSG _______  

Baleine sous Gravillon (BSG)
Rediff de COMBATS S01E75 Tourisme et Vivant 4/4 : Local / touriste, qui connaît vraiment son lieu de vie ?

Baleine sous Gravillon (BSG)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 17:43


ATTENTION! COMBATS, Petit Poisson deviendra Podcast (PPDP) et NOMEN ne sont plus diffusés ici dans BSG, mais chacun dans leur canal. Pour retrouver les prochains numéros et découvrir tous les anciens, il suffit de chercher ces titres dans votre appli d'écoute et de vous abonner. Pour combats c'est par ici.   1 humain sur 4 sera touriste en 2030 (contre 1 sur 5 aujourd'hui). Après le ralentissement dû au Covid, les touristes ont à nouveau la bougeotte. Le tourisme émet à lui seul 8 % des gaz à effet de serre.   Plus de 50% des pays du sud, ceux qui abritent la plus riche biodiversité, reçoivent entre 1 et 2 millions de touristes par an, un nombre qui explose.   Outre la pollution et la destruction des habitats, ces visiteurs entraînent un dérangement et une perte de la faune et flore locale. Les habitudes alimentaires des animaux sont modifiées à cause des déchets (pensez aux ours polaires dont parlait le journaliste Olivier Gasselin dans nos émissions grands reportages animaliers).   Par ailleurs, les besoins des touristes (eau, nourriture...) sont souvent supérieurs aux possibilités locales ; parfois, on assiste à une demande excessive des hôtels aboutissant à une surpêche (cas de la côte sud de Madagascar, pour les langoustes).   Les prélèvements d'eau dues au tourisme dans la nappe phréatique à Marrakech (golfs, villas, piscines) ont entraîné le dessèchement des palmeraies. Affaiblis, les arbres ont été décimés par le bayoud (maladie du dattier).   À la Réunion, l'installation de campings, de sites touristiques et de loisirs entraîne des infiltrations d'eaux usagées et souillées à quelques mètres du lagon (côte ouest).   Le trafic d'animaux et de plantes sauvages, 3e après la drogue et les armes, est une des premières causes de disparition des espèces. Perroquets, orchidées, objets en bois précieux ou en écailles de tortue, bijoux en ivoire, rapporter des souvenirs tue. _______   Kris de Bardia est guide animalier dans le Parc de Bardia au Népal. Après 20 ans dans les forêts et les savanes d'Asiel, il reprend son sac à dos et devient guide en Laponie, en Arctique et en Antarctique.   Adeline Lobbes est guide de brousse en Afrique de l'Est et en Afrique australe. Elle connaît entre autres le Serengeti, le Masaï Mara, le parc Kruger... comme son jardin.   Marc Mortelmans est l'hôte des Podcasts Baleine sous Gravillon. Il a travaillé 5 ans comme prof de plongée en Égypte (mer Rouge, Yucatan, Honduras, Costa Rica, Galapagos) et 6 ans comme guide d'expéditions de montagne dans les Andes. _______   En lien avec ce débat sur l'impact du tourisme sur le Vivant, réécoutez les épisodes sur le rapport Homme / Nature avec Gilles Vervisch https://bit.ly/homme-nature3_BSG https://bit.ly/homme-nature2_BSG https://bit.ly/homme-nature1_BSG   Les épisodes avec Kris de Bardia sur le Népal, l'Arctique, l'Antarctique et la Laponie: https://bit.ly/kris-bardia3_BSG https://bit.ly/kris-bardia2_BSG https://bit.ly/kris-bardia1_BSG   Les épisodes Animaux d'Afrique avec Adeline Lobbes: https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq8_orycterope_BSG https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq7_babouins_BSGa https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq6_chimpanzes_BSG https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq5_lycaons_BSG https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq4_pygargues_BSG https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq3_hippo_BSG https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq2_girafes_BSG https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq1_elephants_BSG   Les épisodes Pôles avec Lydie Lescarmontier: https://bit.ly/poles5_BSG https://bit.ly/poles4_BSG https://bit.ly/poles3_BSG https://bit.ly/poles2_BSG https://bit.ly/poles1_BSG   Les épisodes Banquise et icebergs avec Olivier Remaud: https://bit.ly/iceberg4_BSG https://bit.ly/iceberg3_BSG https://bit.ly/iceberg2_BSG https://bit.ly/iceberg1_BSG   Les épisodes Madagascar avec Evrard Wendenbaum: https://bit.ly/mada10_baobabs_BSG https://bit.ly/mada9_lemuriens_BSG https://bit.ly/mada8_potamo_BSG https://bit.ly/mada7_tortue_BSG https://bit.ly/mada6_grenouille_BSG https://bit.ly/mada5_insectes_BSG https://bit.ly/mada4_arthros_BSG https://bit.ly/mada3_capture_BSG https://bit.ly/mada2_feux_BSG https://bit.ly/mada1_evrard_BSG   Les épisodes Grands reportages animaliers avec Olivier Gasselin: https://bit.ly/reportage4_dauphin_risso_BSG https://bit.ly/reportage3_panthere_neige_BSG https://bit.ly/reportage2_panda_BSG https://bit.ly/reportage1_ours_BSG _______  

Baleine sous Gravillon (BSG)
Rediff de COMBATS S01E78 Tourisme et Vivant 1/4 : Quel impact ? (Débat avec Kris de Bardia, Adeline Lobbes et Marc Mortelmans)

Baleine sous Gravillon (BSG)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 32:00


ATTENTION! COMBATS, Petit Poisson deviendra Podcast (PPDP) et NOMEN ne sont plus diffusés ici dans BSG, mais chacun dans leur canal. Pour retrouver les prochains numéros et découvrir tous les anciens, il suffit de chercher ces titres dans votre appli d'écoute et de vous abonner. Pour combats c'est par ici.  Apparu en Europe au 19ᵉ siècle, le tourisme est passé d'une pratique culturelle réservée à une élite à un phénomène de masse, l'hypertourisme.   C'est aujourd'hui le 3e secteur économique mondial après la chimie et les carburants, mais devant l'industrie alimentaire et automobile. Il représente 10% du PIB mondial et emploie plus de 300 millions de personnes.   1 humain sur 4 sera touriste en 2030 (1/5 aujourd'hui). Après le ralentissement dû au Covid, les touristes ont la bougeotte. Le tourisme émet à lui seul 8 % des gaz à effet de serre.   L'hypertourisme menace le patrimoine (Venise, Machu Picchu, Dubrovnik, etc.). il abîme aussi et surtout et le Vivant : Dérangement et perte de biodiversité Surconsommation de ressources naturelles locales Destruction des écosystèmes Augmentation de l'empreinte carbone Pollution  (eau, air, terre) À mesure que le nombre de touristes enfle, de nouvelles expériences sont offertes, qui empiètent sur des espaces vierges. Les espèces sont perturbées et leurs habitats détruits par les déplacements des touristes, et par la construction de nouveaux hébergements.   Un tourisme véritablement durable est-il possible? Comment le distinguer du greenwashing? _______ Kris de Bardia est guide animalier dans le Parc de Bardia au Népal. Après 20 ans dans les forêts et les savanes d'Asie, il reprend son sac à dos et devient guide en Laponie, en Arctique et en Antarctique.   Adeline Lobbes est guide de brousse en Afrique de l'Est et en Afrique australe. Elle connaît entre autres le Serengeti, le Masaï Mara, le parc Kruger... comme son jardin. Marc Mortelmans est l'hôte des Podcasts Baleine sous Gravillon. Il a travaillé 5 ans comme prof de plongée en Égypte (mer Rouge, Yucatan, Honduras, Costa Rica, Galapagos) et 6 ans comme guide d'expéditions de montagne dans les Andes. _______   En lien avec ce débat sur l'impact du tourisme sur le Vivant, réécoutez les épisodes sur le rapport Homme / Nature avec Gilles Vervisch. https://bit.ly/homme-nature3_BSG https://bit.ly/homme-nature2_BSG https://bit.ly/homme-nature1_BSG   Les épisodes avec Kris de Bardia sur le Népal, l'Arctique, l'Antarctique et la Laponie: https://bit.ly/kris-bardia3_BSG https://bit.ly/kris-bardia2_BSG https://bit.ly/kris-bardia1_BSG   Les épisodes Animaux d'Afrique avec Adeline Lobbes: https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq8_orycterope_BSG https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq7_babouins_BSGa https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq6_chimpanzes_BSG https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq5_lycaons_BSG https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq4_pygargues_BSG https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq3_hippo_BSG https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq2_girafes_BSG https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq1_elephants_BSG   Les épisodes Pôles avec Lydie Lescarmontier: https://bit.ly/poles5_BSG https://bit.ly/poles4_BSG https://bit.ly/poles3_BSG https://bit.ly/poles2_BSG https://bit.ly/poles1_BSG Les épisodes Banquise et icebergs avec Olivier Remaud: https://bit.ly/iceberg4_BSG https://bit.ly/iceberg3_BSG https://bit.ly/iceberg2_BSG https://bit.ly/iceberg1_BSG   Les épisodes Madagascar avec Evrard Wendenbaum: https://bit.ly/mada10_baobabs_BSG https://bit.ly/mada9_lemuriens_BSG https://bit.ly/mada8_potamo_BSG https://bit.ly/mada7_tortue_BSG https://bit.ly/mada6_grenouille_BSG https://bit.ly/mada5_insectes_BSG https://bit.ly/mada4_arthros_BSG https://bit.ly/mada3_capture_BSG https://bit.ly/mada2_feux_BSG https://bit.ly/mada1_evrard_BSG   Les épisodes Grands reportages animaliers avec Olivier Gasselin: https://bit.ly/reportage4_dauphin_risso_BSG https://bit.ly/reportage3_panthere_neige_BSG https://bit.ly/reportage2_panda_BSG https://bit.ly/reportage1_ours_BSG _______  

Baleine sous Gravillon (BSG)
Rediff de COMBATS S01E76 Tourisme et Vivant 3/4 : Voyageur ou touriste? Le tourisme est il soluble dans le durable?

Baleine sous Gravillon (BSG)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 31:51


ATTENTION! COMBATS, Petit Poisson deviendra Podcast (PPDP) et NOMEN ne sont plus diffusés ici dans BSG, mais chacun dans leur canal. Pour retrouver les prochains numéros et découvrir tous les anciens, il suffit de chercher ces titres dans votre appli d'écoute et de vous abonner. Pour combats c'est par ici.   Bien que globalement catastrophique pour le Vivant, le tourisme veut/peut parfois contribuer à la conservation de la biodiversité et la réduction de la pauvreté. Un tourisme bien géré et éthique permet de soutenir la conservation de la nature et profite aux communautés locales.   Ainsi on voit actuellement émerger un tourisme éthique, basé sur le principe du commerce équitable, il bénéficie à la population locale : activité durable qui limite l'impact sur l'environnement un échange direct entre le voyageur et les acteurs locaux des déplacements limités et la durée du séjour augmentée Parmi les différentes formes que peut prendre le tourisme éthique, on trouve : Tourisme durable : Le tourisme durable (ou responsable) participe au développement des populations et des territoires d'accueil au Nord comme au Sud tout en contribuant aux enjeux actuels : lutte contre les changements climatiques, protection de la biodiversité et des milieux fragiles et lutte contre les atteintes aux droits humains. Écotourisme : Il s'agit de voyage durable et responsable dans les espaces sauvages. Tourisme équitable et solidaire: Le tourisme équitable permet aux populations locales de tirer davantage des bénéfices socio-économiques du tourisme. Écovolontariat : Ce type de tourisme consiste en la contribution directe des participants à un programme de protection du Vivant. Le but est de soutenir des actions de recherche et de protection de l'environnement, directement sur le terrain, en présence des professionnels (botanistes, océanologues, etc.). Comme le dit Cyril Dion : c'est bien d'aller au travail en vélo, mais c'est moins bien quand l'employeur est Monsanto. Quel est le sens d'aller effectuer une mission d'écovolontariat au bout du monde… en avion? _______   Kris de Bardia est guide animalier dans le Parc de Bardia au Népal. Après 20 ans dans les forêts et les savanes d'Asie, il reprend son sac à dos et devient guide en Laponie, en Arctique et en Antarctique.   Adeline Lobbes est guide de brousse en Afrique de l'Est et en Afrique australe. Elle connaît entre autres le Serengeti, le Masaï Mara, le parc Kruger... comme son jardin.   Marc Mortelmans est l'hôte des Podcasts Baleine sous Gravillon. Il a travaillé 5 ans comme prof de plongée en Égypte (mer Rouge, Yucatan, Honduras, Costa Rica, Galapagos) et 6 ans comme guide d'expéditions de montagne dans les Andes. _______   En lien avec ce débat sur l'impact du tourisme sur le Vivant, réécoutez les épisodes sur le rapport Homme / Nature avec Gilles Vervisch https://bit.ly/homme-nature3_BSG https://bit.ly/homme-nature2_BSG https://bit.ly/homme-nature1_BSG   Les épisodes avec Kris de Bardia sur le Népal, l'Arctique, l'Antarctique et la Laponie: https://bit.ly/kris-bardia3_BSG https://bit.ly/kris-bardia2_BSG https://bit.ly/kris-bardia1_BSG   Les épisodes Animaux d'Afrique avec Adeline Lobbes: https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq8_orycterope_BSG https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq7_babouins_BSGa https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq6_chimpanzes_BSG https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq5_lycaons_BSG https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq4_pygargues_BSG https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq3_hippo_BSG https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq2_girafes_BSG https://bit.ly/ax_Afriq1_elephants_BSG   Les épisodes Pôles avec Lydie Lescarmontier: https://bit.ly/poles5_BSG https://bit.ly/poles4_BSG https://bit.ly/poles3_BSG https://bit.ly/poles2_BSG https://bit.ly/poles1_BSG   Les épisodes Banquise et icebergs avec Olivier Remaud: https://bit.ly/iceberg4_BSG https://bit.ly/iceberg3_BSG https://bit.ly/iceberg2_BSG https://bit.ly/iceberg1_BSG   Les épisodes Madagascar avec Evrard Wendenbaum: https://bit.ly/mada10_baobabs_BSG https://bit.ly/mada9_lemuriens_BSG https://bit.ly/mada8_potamo_BSG https://bit.ly/mada7_tortue_BSG https://bit.ly/mada6_grenouille_BSG https://bit.ly/mada5_insectes_BSG https://bit.ly/mada4_arthros_BSG https://bit.ly/mada3_capture_BSG https://bit.ly/mada2_feux_BSG https://bit.ly/mada1_evrard_BSG   Les épisodes Grands reportages animaliers avec Olivier Gasselin: https://bit.ly/reportage4_dauphin_risso_BSG https://bit.ly/reportage3_panthere_neige_BSG https://bit.ly/reportage2_panda_BSG https://bit.ly/reportage1_ours_BSG _______  

Daniel Ramos' Podcast
Episode 357: 24 de Julio del 2022 - Devoción matutina para adolescentes - ¨Un salto en el tiempo¨

Daniel Ramos' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 4:54


================================================== ==SUSCRIBETEhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNpffyr-7_zP1x1lS89ByaQ?sub_confirmation=1================================================== == DEVOCIÓN MATUTINA PARA ADOLESCENTES 2022“UN SALTO EN EL TIEMPO”Narrado por: DORIANY SÁNCHEZDesde: PERÚUna cortesía de DR'Ministries y Canaan Seventh-Day Adventist Church  24 DE JULIOEL DESCUBRIMIENTO DE MACHU PICCHU«Recuerda los días de antaño, considera las épocas del remoto pasado. Pídele a tu padre que te lo diga, ya los ancianos que te lo expliquen» (Deuteronomio 32:7, NVI).La historia nos cuenta que el antiguo Imperio Inca, situado en el actual Perú, fue una de las civilizaciones más ricas del mundo. Se extendía a lo largo de la costa occidental de Sudamérica, y en lo alto de las cumbres de los Andes, los incas construyeron una ciudad fortaleza llamada Machu Picchu. Rodeada de escarpados acantilados, ya la que se accedía por un único y estrecho camino, era un lugar de retiro y refugio para la aristocracia inca, así como un lugar perfecto para contemplar el cielo, el sol y las estrellas: las deidades de los incas .Y entonces Machu Picchu fue abandonado. Los sociólogos e historiadores aún no saben por qué. ¿Fueron conquistados por un enemigo desconocido? ¿Murieron a causa de una epidemia como la viruela? ¿O se abandonó simplemente porque se construyó otros lugares que se hicieron preferibles?En el siglo XVI, cuando los conquistadores españoles llegaron al lugar, la ciudad montañosa ya estaba cubierta de árboles, vides y otra flora. Los españoles se encontraron que los incas tenían oro, y mucho, y en su codicia casi acabaron con toda la civilización inca. En los siglos siguientes, solo los campesinos que vivían en la región conocían el refugio secreto de la montaña, pero todo cambió el 24 de julio de 1911, cuando un arqueólogo estadounidense, Hiram Bingham, vio por primera vez las antiguas terrazas de piedra de la montañosa machu picchu.Hoy, Machu Picchu es una de las principales atracciones turísticas del mundo. Cada año, más de 300.000 personas registran Machu Picchu, luchando contra las multitudes y los posibles deslaves para ver la puesta de sol desde allí. Machu Picchu sigue siendo una de las maravillas no naturales más famosas y sin embargo misteriosos del mundo.No sabemos qué fue de los habitantes de esta morada en la alta montaña, pero Dios sí lo sabe. Él vive desde siempre en el pasado y hasta siempre en el futuro. Él entiende nuestros sueños y nuestras penas, nuestro dolor y nuestra soledad. Él sabe lo que necesita ahora, y lo que necesita mañana. Sabía lo que la gente de Machu Picchu necesitaba, y sabe que les pasó. Aunque el recuerdo del pueblo inca de Machu Picchu se haya perdido en los antiguos vientos del tiempo, Dios conoce su historia.

Landscape Business Course
We Lost $8k per Employee (Mike Andes Interview feat. Brian Rand)

Landscape Business Course

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 96:25 Very Popular


Mil Palabras
#177 Liderar con el corazón - Juan Pablo Velásquez

Mil Palabras

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 36:30


Liderar con el corazón - Juan Pablo VelásquezLiderar puede ser simple pero no es sencillo. Hay diferentes estilos para diferentes tipos de personas y equipos. Nuestro invitado Juan Pablo Velásquez nos contará en este episodio cómo liderar con el corazón.¿Qué es y cómo liderar con el corazón?Hay muchísimos textos de management que tratan de definir el liderazgo y en la mayoría de ellos uno se puede encontrar con tres características comunes para explicar lo que es el liderazgo. #1 los líderes tienen una visión de futuro, un escenario ideal al que quieren llegar. Esa visión de futuro debe ser compartida con los miembros de su equipo. Obviamente, esa visión de futuro cuando no existe en el momento es porque implica un cambio.Y aquí está la segunda característica que tienen los lideres: saben llevar a las personas o a las partes involucradas a recorrer ese momento difícil que es el cambio, que por naturaleza  asusta. Entonces el líder es el que tiene que inspirar a las personas a tomar las acciones necesarias para lograr el cambio que finalmente lleve a esa visión.Ahí están las tres características que resumen lo que es el liderazgo: 1 visión de futuro, 2 cambio y 3 inspirar. En este punto de inspirar a los equipos de trabajo es donde podemos encontrar diferentes estilos de liderazgo. Hoy nos ocuparemos, si se puede llamar así, de este estilo que nuestro invitado Juan Pablo Velásquez llama liderar con el corazón.¿Quién es Juan Pablo Velásquez?Juan Pablo es Abogado de la Universidad de los Andes y tiene un MBA global del Icesi y de Tulane University. Tiene otros estudios en gestión del talento, innovación, y psicología positiva.Ha trabajado por más de 17 años liderando áreas de Recursos Humanos en empresas como Coca-Cola FEMSA, Alpina y más recientemente en 3M donde inició como Vicepresidente de Recursos Humanos para Colombia.Actualmente Juan Pablo se desempeña como Director Global de Recursos Humanos para el negocio de Consumo Masivo y ha sido reconocido como un Top HR influencer. En LinkedIn ha construido una comunidad con cerca de 70 mil seguidores.Escucha este episodio sobre liderar con el corazón.Recuerda por favor escucharnos y suscribirte en la plataforma que más te guste:Apple Podcast Spotify Google Podcast Para participar, escríbeme tus comentarios a santiagorios@milpalabras.com.coRecursos recomendados en este PodcastLinkedIn de Juan Pablo Velásquez: https://www.linkedin.com/in/juan-pablo-velasquez-palacio-230a49189/?originalSubdomain=coSuscríbete al Podcast de Mil Palabras enwww.milpalabras.comDescarga GRATIS el ebook “Cómo Crear un Podcast Corporativo”https://milpalabras.com.co/Quizás quieras escuchar el episodio anteriorhttps://www.milpalabras.com/176-el-fortaleza-caso-de-exito-en-redes-sociales/Otros podcast recomendados de nuestra redSomos CancionesEntrevistas e historias divertidas y personales con Gente que ama la música y sabe de música. (suenan canciones completas al lado de las historias).spoti.fi/3hWr020Historias que NutrenConversaciones con profesionales que tienen algo para nutrir tu vida en lo personal, lo profesional, lo espiritual y lo físico.bit.ly/historiasquenutrenDe Vuelta por San IgnacioCharlas donde conocerás la historia y la cultura de uno de los sitios emblemáticos de Medellín: El Distrito San Ignacio.bit.ly/distritosanignacioHistorias con colorRelatos inspiradores de personas que han transformado su vida y la de los demás a través del color.bit.ly/historiasconcolorConversaciones que transformanGrandes personalidades de la industria, la empresa privada y el sector público presentan su perspectiva sobre las prácticas y tendencias que transforman la sociedad.bit.ly/argoscqtInstrucciones para FlorecerConfesiones de mujeres sobresalientes que comparten sus instrucciones para realizarse personal y profesionalmente.bit.ly/instruccionespfLiderar con propósitoLos líderes de algunas de las empresas más grandes de Colombia entregan sus mejores prácticas de liderazgo a parir de casos reales.bit.ly/lcpdoriaLiderar Con El Corazón, Juan Pablo Velásquez, Liderazgo, Equipos De Trabajo, podcast, Podcast Corporativo, Comunicación Organizacional, Recursos Humanos, Desarrollo Profesional, Desarrollo Personal, Comunicación Efectiva, Santiago Ríos, Mil Palabras

Deeply Disturbing Things
Born to be Wild [Ep. 154]

Deeply Disturbing Things

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 99:18


This week we discuss Pedro Lopez, known as the Monster of the Andes for abducting, raping, and killing up to 300 little girls in villages across Peru, Ecuador, and Columbia. After serving only 14 years in prison and 2 more in an asylum, he was released on "good behavior" and was deemed "sane"... never to be seen again. We also talk about why it's a very, very bad idea to own a wild animal as a pet, focusing on the 2009 incident when Travis the Chimp horrifically maimed his owner's friend Charla Nash. All this and more,   Until next time...  

Short History Of...
Machu Picchu and the Inca Trail

Short History Of...

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 56:17 Very Popular


Covering thousands of miles in the Andes, the Inca Trail was the backbone of the ancient empire, connecting the millions of people who lived under its rule. The jewel in its crown, Macchu Picchu, was recently named one of the seven wonders of the modern world. But who were the Incas? What was the purpose of their complex road system? And why did they build a stone citadel on a mountain ridge, only to abandon it a century later?  This is a Short History of Machu Picchu and the Inca Trail. Written by Jo Furniss. With thanks to Javier Puente, associate professor of Latin American studies at Smith College in Massachusetts. For ad-free listening, exclusive content and early access to new episodes, join Noiser+, now available on Apple Podcasts. All shows are also available for free. If you're listening on Apple Podcasts, press the ‘+' icon to follow the show for free. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Quotomania
Quotomania 289: Virgil

Quotomania

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 1:30


Subscribe to Quotomania on Simplecast or search for Quotomania on your favorite podcast app!Virgil, or Vergil orig. Publius Vergilius Maro, (born Oct. 15, 70 BCE, Andes, near Mantua—died Sept. 21, 19 BCE, Brundisium), was the Greatest of Roman poets. The well-educated son of a prosperous provincial farmer, Virgil led a quiet life, though he eventually became a member of the circle around Octavian (later Caesar Augustus) and was patronized by Maecenas. His first major work, the 10 pastoral Eclogues (42–37), may be read as a prophecy of tranquility, and one has even been read as a prophecy of Christianity. The Georgics (37–30) point toward a Golden Age in the form of practical goals: the repopulation of rural lands and the rehabilitation of agriculture. His great epic, the Aeneid (begun c. 29, but unfinished at his death), is one of the masterpieces of world literature. A celebration of the founding of Rome by the legendary Aeneas at the request of Augustus, whose consolidation of power in 31–30 unified the Roman world, it also explores the themes of war and the pathos of unrequited love. In later centuries his works were regarded in the Roman Empire as virtually sacred. He was taken up reverently by Christians as well, including Dante, who, in his poem The Divine Comedy, made Virgil his guide through hell and purgatory.From https://www.britannica.com/summary/Virgil. For more information about Virgil:“Virgil”: https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/virgilThe Aeneid: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/291193/the-aeneid-by-virgil-translated-by-robert-fagles-introduction-by-bernard-knox/“Public Lives; A Bridge Between the Classics and the Masses”: https://www.nytimes.com/2004/04/13/nyregion/public-lives-a-bridge-between-the-classics-and-the-masses.html

Radio La ventajosa
Empezaron a rodar cabezas andes de saber toda la verdad _NuevoLeon

Radio La ventajosa

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 16:29


Slightly Foxed
42: Patrick Leigh Fermor: An Adventure

Slightly Foxed

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 59:44 Very Popular


Paddy Leigh Fermor was just 18 when he set forth from the Hook of Holland, bound for the Golden Horn . . . Artemis Cooper, Paddy's biographer, and Nick Hunt, author of Walking the Woods and the Water, join the Slightly Foxed team to explore the life and literary work of Patrick Leigh Fermor.  Equipped with a gift for languages, a love of Byron and a rucksack full of notebooks, in December 1933 Paddy set off on foot to follow the course of the Rhine and the Danube, walking hundreds of miles. Years later he recorded much of the journey in A Time of Gifts and Between the Woods and the Water. In these books Baroque architecture and noble bloodlines abound, but adventure is at the heart of his writing. There was to have been a third volume, but for years Paddy struggled with it. Only after his death were Artemis and Colin Thubron able to see The Broken Road into print.  The trilogy inspired Nick Hunt to follow in Paddy's footsteps. What were country lanes are now highways, and many names have changed, but Nick found places that Paddy had visited, with their echoes of times past.  Following discussions of a love affair with a Romanian princess, Paddy's role in the Cretan resistance in the Second World War and Caribbean volcanoes in The Violins of Saint-Jacques, we turn our focus to his books on the Greek regions of Roumeli and the Mani, and the beautiful house that Paddy and his wife Joan built in the latter, Kardamyli. And via our reading recommendations we travel from Calcutta to Kabul In a Land Far from Home, to William Trevor's Ireland and to Cal Flynn's Islands of Abandonment. Books Mentioned We may be able to get hold of second-hand copies of the out-of-print titles listed below. Please get in touch with Jess in the Slightly Foxed office for more information.  Nella Last's War, Slightly Foxed Edition No. 60 (1:12) Graham Greene, A Sort of Life, Plain Foxed Edition (1:18) Artemis Cooper, Patrick Leigh Fermor: An Adventure (2:32) Patrick Leigh Fermor, A Time of Gifts and Between the Woods and the Water (4:15) Nick Hunt, Walking the Woods and the Water (6:52) Patrick Leigh Fermor, The Broken Road, edited by Artemis Cooper and Colin Thubron (23:05) Patrick Leigh Fermor, Three Letters from the Andes (24:23) W. Stanley Moss, Ill Met by Moonlight (34:31) George Psychoundakis, The Cretan Runner (38:25) Patrick Leigh Fermor, The Traveller's Tree is out of print (40:06) Simon Fenwick, Joan: Beauty, Rebel, Muse: The Remarkable Life of Joan Leigh Fermor (41:11) Patrick Leigh Fermor, A Time to Keep Silence (43:24) Patrick Leigh Fermor, The Violins of Saint-Jacques (43:27) Patrick Leigh Fermor, Mani (46:27) Patrick Leigh Fermor, Roumeli (46:31) Robert Macfarlane, The Gifts of Reading, inspired by A Time of Gifts Syed Mujtaba Ali, In a Land Far from Home (49:05) Taran Khan, Shadow City (51:21) Eugenie Fraser, The House by the Dvina (51:44) Cal Flynn, Islands of Abandonment (53:49) William Trevor, Fools of Fortune (55:33) Elizabeth Bowen, The Last September (56:10) Related Slightly Foxed Articles A Great Adventure, Andy Merrills on Patrick Leigh Fermor, A Time of Gifts; Between the Woods and the Water, Issue 38 (4:15) Off All the Standard Maps, Tim Mackintosh-Smith on Patrick Leigh Fermor, Roumeli, Issue 2 (46:31) Other Links Artemis Cooper's website: www.artemiscooper.com  Nick Hunt's website: www.nickhuntscrutiny.com  Siân Phillips reads from A Time of Gifts Read two extracts from A Time of Gifts: Dropping anchor at the Hook of Holland and The largest Gothic cathedral in Northern Europe ‘When I first read A Time of Gifts I felt it in my feet': Robert Macfarlane reads from The Gifts of Reading The Leigh Fermor House in Kardamyli, Greece – Benaki Museum Artemis Cooper on the Leigh Fermor House, Condé Nast Traveller  Opening music: Preludio from Violin Partita No.3 in E Major by Bach The Slightly Foxed Podcast is hosted by Philippa Lamb and produced by Podcastable

The News & Why It Matters
Are CDC Scientists QUITTING Over Child Vaccine Policy? | 7/15/22

The News & Why It Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 45:59 Very Popular


Dr. Marty Makary of Johns Hopkins claims division is brewing in the CDC and NIH over "bad science." Plus, House Dems try to make abortion the main issue of 2022. And why is a poop emoji in Twitter's lawsuit against Elon Musk? Today's Sponsors: When a cybercriminal manages to hack his way into your home's title, he'll take out loan after loan using your home's equity. And then he's gone – leaving you behind to prove that you didn't commit fraud. Go to https://HomeTitleLock.com and tell them Sara sent you for 30 days of free protection.  Bonner wines are almost impossible to get on your own … the producers, deep in the Andes mountains, make a very limited quantity. Go to https://BonnerPrivateWines.com/WHY for 50% off, free shipping, and a free bottle of small-batch wine.  Sweatblock is doctor-created and doctor-recommended. They have traditional deodorant and antiperspirant wipes that work for up to seven days per use! Go to https://SweatBlock.com and use code WHY for 20% off.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Events at USIP
The Final Report of the Truth Commission from Colombia's 2016 FARC Peace Accord

Events at USIP

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 97:52


Colombia’s Truth Commission was established by the 2016 FARC peace accord to address the country’s ongoing six-decade old conflict that has affected more than 9 million registered victims. The Commission released its final report on June 28. On July 15, USIP, the Washington Office on Latin America, the Colombia Human Rights Committee, the Latin America Working Group, Humanity United and the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies hosted three commissioners for the first international presentation of their final report. Speakers Francisco de RouxPresident, Commission for the Clarification of Truth, Co-existence and Non-RepetitionEnglish Bio Alejandra MillerTruth Commissioner, Commission for the Clarification of Truth, Co-existence and Non-Repetition Saúl FrancoTruth Commissioner, Commission for the Clarification of Truth, Co-existence and Non-Repetition Cristina Espinel, moderator Co-Director, Colombia Human Rights Committee Steve Hege, opening remarksRegional Deputy Director for Latin America, U.S. Institute of Peace Gimena Sánchez, opening remarksDirector for the Andes, Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA) Lisa Haugaard, opening remarks Executive Director, Latin America Working Group (LAWG) For more information about this event, please visit: https://www.usip.org/events/final-report-truth-commission-colombias-2016-farc-peace-accord

Noticias del día en Colombia - BLU Radio
"Fueron segundos, los niños gritaron y no nos dio tiempo de nada": relato de profesora tras deslizamiento en Andes

Noticias del día en Colombia - BLU Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 18:03


Como una verdadera “tragedia”, así calificó la profesora Eliana Rincones Pérez el deslizamiento en Andes, Antioquia, ocurrido este jueves en la tarde.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

New Books Network
Evan Berry, "Climate Politics and the Power of Religion" (Indiana UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 57:55


How does our faith affect how we think about and respond to climate change? Climate Politics and the Power of Religion (Indiana University Press, 2022) is an edited collection that explores the diverse ways that religion shapes climate politics at the local, national, and international levels. Drawing on case studies from across the globe, it stands at the intersection of religious studies, environment policy, and global politics. From small island nations confronting sea-level rise and intensifying tropical storms to high-elevation communities in the Andes and Himalayas wrestling with accelerating glacial melt, there is tremendous variation in the ways that societies draw on religion to understand and contend with climate change. Climate Politics and the Power of Religion offers 10 timely case studies that demonstrate how different communities render climate change within their own moral vocabularies and how such moral claims find purchase in activism and public debates about climate policy. Whether it be Hindutva policymakers in India, curanderos in Peru, or working-class people's concerns about the transgressions of petroleum extraction in Trinidad—religion affects how they all are making sense of and responding to this escalating global catastrophe. Evan Berry is an associate professor of Environmental Humanities at Arizona State University and President of the International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature, and Culture Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Jewish Studies
Evan Berry, "Climate Politics and the Power of Religion" (Indiana UP, 2022)

New Books in Jewish Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 57:55


How does our faith affect how we think about and respond to climate change? Climate Politics and the Power of Religion (Indiana University Press, 2022) is an edited collection that explores the diverse ways that religion shapes climate politics at the local, national, and international levels. Drawing on case studies from across the globe, it stands at the intersection of religious studies, environment policy, and global politics. From small island nations confronting sea-level rise and intensifying tropical storms to high-elevation communities in the Andes and Himalayas wrestling with accelerating glacial melt, there is tremendous variation in the ways that societies draw on religion to understand and contend with climate change. Climate Politics and the Power of Religion offers 10 timely case studies that demonstrate how different communities render climate change within their own moral vocabularies and how such moral claims find purchase in activism and public debates about climate policy. Whether it be Hindutva policymakers in India, curanderos in Peru, or working-class people's concerns about the transgressions of petroleum extraction in Trinidad—religion affects how they all are making sense of and responding to this escalating global catastrophe. Evan Berry is an associate professor of Environmental Humanities at Arizona State University and President of the International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature, and Culture Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/jewish-studies

New Books in Environmental Studies
Evan Berry, "Climate Politics and the Power of Religion" (Indiana UP, 2022)

New Books in Environmental Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 57:55


How does our faith affect how we think about and respond to climate change? Climate Politics and the Power of Religion (Indiana University Press, 2022) is an edited collection that explores the diverse ways that religion shapes climate politics at the local, national, and international levels. Drawing on case studies from across the globe, it stands at the intersection of religious studies, environment policy, and global politics. From small island nations confronting sea-level rise and intensifying tropical storms to high-elevation communities in the Andes and Himalayas wrestling with accelerating glacial melt, there is tremendous variation in the ways that societies draw on religion to understand and contend with climate change. Climate Politics and the Power of Religion offers 10 timely case studies that demonstrate how different communities render climate change within their own moral vocabularies and how such moral claims find purchase in activism and public debates about climate policy. Whether it be Hindutva policymakers in India, curanderos in Peru, or working-class people's concerns about the transgressions of petroleum extraction in Trinidad—religion affects how they all are making sense of and responding to this escalating global catastrophe. Evan Berry is an associate professor of Environmental Humanities at Arizona State University and President of the International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature, and Culture Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies

New Books in Buddhist Studies
Evan Berry, "Climate Politics and the Power of Religion" (Indiana UP, 2022)

New Books in Buddhist Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 57:55


How does our faith affect how we think about and respond to climate change? Climate Politics and the Power of Religion (Indiana University Press, 2022) is an edited collection that explores the diverse ways that religion shapes climate politics at the local, national, and international levels. Drawing on case studies from across the globe, it stands at the intersection of religious studies, environment policy, and global politics. From small island nations confronting sea-level rise and intensifying tropical storms to high-elevation communities in the Andes and Himalayas wrestling with accelerating glacial melt, there is tremendous variation in the ways that societies draw on religion to understand and contend with climate change. Climate Politics and the Power of Religion offers 10 timely case studies that demonstrate how different communities render climate change within their own moral vocabularies and how such moral claims find purchase in activism and public debates about climate policy. Whether it be Hindutva policymakers in India, curanderos in Peru, or working-class people's concerns about the transgressions of petroleum extraction in Trinidad—religion affects how they all are making sense of and responding to this escalating global catastrophe. Evan Berry is an associate professor of Environmental Humanities at Arizona State University and President of the International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature, and Culture Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/buddhist-studies

New Books in Islamic Studies
Evan Berry, "Climate Politics and the Power of Religion" (Indiana UP, 2022)

New Books in Islamic Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 57:55


How does our faith affect how we think about and respond to climate change? Climate Politics and the Power of Religion (Indiana University Press, 2022) is an edited collection that explores the diverse ways that religion shapes climate politics at the local, national, and international levels. Drawing on case studies from across the globe, it stands at the intersection of religious studies, environment policy, and global politics. From small island nations confronting sea-level rise and intensifying tropical storms to high-elevation communities in the Andes and Himalayas wrestling with accelerating glacial melt, there is tremendous variation in the ways that societies draw on religion to understand and contend with climate change. Climate Politics and the Power of Religion offers 10 timely case studies that demonstrate how different communities render climate change within their own moral vocabularies and how such moral claims find purchase in activism and public debates about climate policy. Whether it be Hindutva policymakers in India, curanderos in Peru, or working-class people's concerns about the transgressions of petroleum extraction in Trinidad—religion affects how they all are making sense of and responding to this escalating global catastrophe. Evan Berry is an associate professor of Environmental Humanities at Arizona State University and President of the International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature, and Culture Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/islamic-studies