Tune into what’s emerging with our video discovery tool.
Does Extinction Rebellion have a Hippy Problem?
How does the public persona of Extinction Rebellion as a ‘bunch of hippies' help or hinder the cause? Who might it need to recruit to win over a wider majority? Ronan Harrington gives some analysis on how public perception can shift.
Deep Adaptation Q&A with Gail Bradbrook
Gail has been researching, planning and training for mass civil disobedience since 2010 and is a co-founder of the social movement Extinction Rebellion (XR) which rapidly spread internationally since its launch in October 2018.
John Vervaeke, Romanticism & Owen Barfield
In this discussion, that ranges across the ideas of Kant, Romanticism, psychotherapy and Christianity, Mark Vernon sketches how Barfield's notion of final participation offers a sense of the way forward.
Inside the Intellectual Dark Web, Eric Weinstein
What is the Intellectual Dark Web, and why does it exist? In this video interview, Eric Weinstein explains the genesis of the IDW and why he believes it to be necessary.
How Nature Can Save us From Climate Breakdown
When living systems – like forests, peat bogs, saltmarshes and the seabed – are allowed to recover, they draw down carbon from the atmosphere, reducing the chances of climate catastrophe.
Politics Decentralized: A new paradigm of governance
Jordan Greenhall explains why our sense making ability has broken down.
Into the Heart of Systems Change
Anneloes Smitsman interviews Nora Bateson, the Founder of the International Bateson Institute, to explore the various dimensions of "Into the Heart of Systems Change".
The Operating System of Our World
We are all creators of this world! Aaron Dignan at The Culture Conference, 2017.
Stretching Edges by Nora Bateson
Nora Bateson talks about sense making in an interdependent and complex world.
'Humanity's Phase Shift', Daniel Schmachtenberger
Daniel Schmachenberger describes why humanity is in a phase shift and what it might look like.
Awakening from the Meaning Crisis
Cognitive science, deep history and philosophy at its best. John Vervaeke, PhD is an award-winning lecturer at the University of Toronto in the departments of psychology, cognitive science and Buddhist psychology.
Do you have a video to share with the emerge community?
Join our newsletter
or find us on
created with love