Episode notes

This week my guest is Jason Snyder, a cofounder of the Doomer Optimism movement and faculty member in the Department of Sustainable Development at Appalachian State. We talked about the concept of Doomer Optimism the future of practical skills, education, and what that means in local and cosmolocal communities. Jason had a great perspective on the galaxy brain-like tendencies of intellectual ideas, versus small-scale, practical implementations that anyone can take.

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