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Emotional Inflammation: Discover your Triggers and Reclaim Your Equilibrium during Anxious Times - Free Webinar with Lise Van Susteren, MD and Stacey Colino
If the news and other current events have you feeling anxious or outraged, you’re not alone. There is a name for this: emotional inflammation, a state that’s not unlike post-traumatic stress but stems from simply living in a world that feels increasingly out of control.
During the webinar, you’ll have the chance to identify how you react to intense circumstances, and you will learn several individualized strategies to relieve stress, improve critical thinking, and reclaim your inner calmness.
DEEPAK CHOPRA on Solutions News on Friday, September 18th
On this week’s episode of Solutions News, we’re interviewing the well-known Deepak Chopra, a prominent figure in the New Age movement, author, and advocate for alternative-medicine. Chopra founded the Chopra Foundation, a nonprofit that researches well-being and humanitarianism. He is the author of over 90 books, and we will be discussing his recent Metahuman: Unleashing Your Infinite Potential on the show among other fascinating and solutions-oriented topics.
Lorenzo Kristov, PhD talks about the need for microgrids to achieve a clean, renewable, and resilient future on Solutions News
Riane Eisler on Solutions News on Friday, September 11th
Riane Eisler is a social systems scientist, cultural historian, and attorney whose research, writing, and speaking has transformed the lives of people worldwide. Her newest work, Nurturing Our Humanity: How Domination and Partnership Shape Our Brains, Lives, and Future, shows how to construct a more equitable, sustainable, and less violent world based on partnership rather than domination.
Lorenzo Kristov on Solutions News on Friday, September 4th
Lorenzo Kristov is an independent consultant focusing on power system transition to integrate high levels of renewable generation and distributed energy resources. In the 2000s, Kristov was a lead designer of the locational marginal pricing-based market structure the California Independent System Operator (CAISO). He later led initiatives to redesign the transmission planning process and the new generator interconnection process to accommodate rapid growth of renewable energy projects in California.
Congresswoman Julia Brownley on Solutions News on Friday, August 28th
Julia Brownley was first elected to Congress in 2012 to serve as the Representative for California’s 26th District, which encompasses most of Ventura County and a portion of Los Angeles County. Brownley has served on the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, the Select Committee on the Climate Crisis, and has also been selected to serve as one of the House Democratic Caucus’s Senior Whips.
Hazel Henderson on Solutions News on Friday, August 21st
Hazel Henderson is the founder of Ethical Markets Media, LLC and the creator and co-executive producer of its TV series. She is a world-renowned futurist, evolutionary economist, worldwide syndicated columnist, consultant on sustainable development, and author of The Axiom and Nautilus award-winning book Ethical Markets: Growing the Green Economy and eight other books.
Director of Office of Emergency Services Patrick Maynard on Solutions News
Patrick Maynard has exhibited tremendous leadership during numerous major incidents affecting the residents of Ventura County during the past nine years. He has the skillset to handle any major emergency and has forged the necessary relationships to activate all of the right resources to solve a problem. Maynard has taken the helm during a critical time when one of the greatest challenges confronts Ventura County residents: the coronavirus pandemic.
Solutions News is welcoming George Eskin, retired judge of the Superior Court of Santa Barbara County, on Friday, August 7th.
During his tenure on the bench, Judge Eskin’s primary assignment was a criminal trial department, where he established a Military Veterans Treatment Court Calendar, and he also presided in a civil trial department. He was appointed by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court to serve four years on the Criminal Law Advisory Committee to the Judicial Council. Santa Barbara Women Lawyers Foundation honored him as its 2012 Founding Father, and he received the 2013 John T. Rickard Judicial Service Award by the Santa Barbara County Bar Association.
Erik Talkin, SB County Foodbank CEO, on Solutions News
Solutions News is welcoming Eric Talkin, CEO of the Santa Barbara County Foodbank, on Friday, August 1st. For the past ten years, Erik’s goal has been to help the Foodbank become an organization that moves people from hunger to nutritional self-sufficiency and health – both for themselves and their communities. He also serves on the Board of Directors of the California Association of Food Banks and the National Advisory Council of Feeding America.
This Week Solutions News Features Voice from the Climate Strike
On this episode of Solutions News, we are mixing things up. Last week we interviewed Brent Goodlet who organized the General Climate Strike that occurred on September 27, 2019 - the day we recorded this show. In honor of this action and the millions who participated in the youth-led strikes that occurred around the world on September 20, 2019, we are going to take a listen to some of the young voices and others who are making this a global event.
Solutions News Welcomes Brent Goodlet (replay)
Brent Goodlet is a postdoctoral scholar and community organizer focused on grassroots campaigns. After coming to terms with the dire warnings of the scientific community about the climate crisis that we all now face, Brent and the Climate Strike SB team organized Santa Barbara’s first Climate Strike in September of 2019. They embraced the powerful and disruptive potential of a global general strike, as it is now being called for by numerous national and international groups, including 16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg and her global Fridays For Future movement.
Solutions News Welcomes Stacy Pulice
On this episode replay of Solutions News we focus on citizen engagement. We are thrilled to welcome our guest, psychologist, educator, and environmental advocate Stacy Pulice. We take a look at how citizen scientists are helping advance humanity’s knowledge. From working with NASA to identify extraterrestrial planets, to counting larvae of some of the rarest pollinators, some of the most important science these days is being done by passionate volunteers.
Solutions News Welcomes Jon Aimonetti, Executive Director of Fairview Gardens
WHAT: This week’s Solutions News live radio broadcast and podcast interviews Jon Aimonetti
WHEN: 5 to 6 pm Friday, March 27, 2020
WHERE: KZSB 1290AM
This week Solutions News welcomes Rep. Tom Malinowski
Rep. Malinowski represents the 7th District of New Jersey. He served as a Senior Director on President Clinton’s National Security Council where he worked to end conflicts around the globe. He then served as the chief advocate for Human Rights Watch, where he led the bipartisan campaign to end the use of torture by the Bush Administration. Later he served the Obama Administration as Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor where he helped lead America’s fight for human rights around the world.
This week Solutions News welcomes Dr. Douglas Metz
Dr. Metz became Deputy Director Primary Care/Family Health at the Santa Barbara County Public Health Department in 2016. Before moving to the Central Coast, he served as COO at Tri-City Health Center in Fremont, CA and served in leadership roles in community health-center settings and other health-related nonprofits in the San Francisco Bay Area. Dr. Metz was a part-time instructor in health sciences at San Jose State University for nine years, and spent 16 years of his professional life as a practicing podiatric physician and surgeon in San Jose.
This week Solutions News Radio welcomes Sandy Blair
On this episode of Solutions News we interview Sandy Blair, Air Force veteran and Founder of the nonprofit Operation WEBS. Operations WEBS, which stands for Women Empower Build Strong, works to provide stability for veterans and sustainable housing solutions for those facing homelessness. Sandy served twelve years in the Air Force and four years as a Peace Officer. She faced adversity upon medical discharge from the Air Force and struggled to find employment. Sandy eventually obtained her real estate license and used her past to fuel her mission to take action and start a nonprofit.
This week, Solutions News radio and podcast welcomes Susanne Chess and Bob Evans
On this episode of Solutions News, we interview Susanne Chess and Bob Evans. Susanne has a passion for business with more than 30 years of key management experience. She is a recognized business leader in Santa Barbara, CA and has spoken at the Women’s Economic Venture Group and the UC Santa Barbara symposia on International Business, and received the Spirit of Entrepreneurship Award for Santa Barbara County. Bob Evans has dedicated his career to executing projects to better our oceans and society, focusing heavily on coastal desalination.
This week "Solutions News" welcomes David Gershon
On this episode of “Solutions News,” we will interview David Gershon, co-founder and CEO of the Empowerment Institute and “the number one expert on social change.” David has dedicated his life to empowering humanity to believe that we can create the world of our dreams and design the strategies and tools to help us make this a reality. David is the author of twelve books, including the award-winning Social Change 2.0: A Blueprint for Reinventing Our World and the best-selling Empowerment: The Art of Creating Your Life as You Want It.
THIS WEEK "SOLUTIONS NEWS RADIO" WELCOMES DAS WILLIAMS
On this episode of Solutions News we interview Das Williams, current Santa Barbara County First District Supervisor and Santa Barbara and Ventura County local. Williams is running for reelection to provide solutions for clean energy and public service protection. Topics he will address include gun violence, carbon emissions, disaster preparedness, and county revenue sources. In the past, Williams has served as a Santa Barbara City Councilmember, leading the local movement toward renewable energy and helping protect teachers from layoffs during the recession.