So, surely there's ENOUGH land for us all?

Untelevised: The Podcast

13-07-2022 • 1 hr 31 mins

So, we’ve reached the final chapter of our land series. An exploration that has taken us on a journey from movement on land, to belonging to land, to healing from land. And we’re ending by daring to dream big!

By pushing the boundaries of what our current society offers us, we’re investigating what our world would look like if everyone in it had access to enough. By rejecting notions like exclusivity, division, conflict and suffering, we’re proposing that Earth is an abundant land that can, and should, be shared.

To do this, we reimagine ownership, challenge capitalism (as always) and even get a bit spiritual! With help from Guests Rachel Solnick from Miknaf Ha'aretz and Beth Stratford from London Renters Union, who together strike a beautiful balance between the ideological, the creative and the practical solutions we need.


Learn - what is abundance? (4 mins 15 secs)

Discuss - Beth Stratford, London Renters Union (12 mins) find them on Twitter/ Twitter (personal)/ Facebook/ Instagram

Rachel Solnick, Miknaf Ha’aretz (45 mins) find them on Twitter (personal)/ Facebook/ Instagram

Share - what can we all do? (1 hour 19 mins)


Things we mentioned:

Democratic Housing Episode; Interactive Map of the UK; Land for the Many Report; The UK’s Path to a Doughnut-Shaped Recovery Report; Right to Roam; London Renters Union; Living Rent (Scotland); Acorn the Union; Greater Manchester Housing Action; Guide to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict; Aurora Levins Morales; The Colors of Jews; There is nothing so whole as a broken heart; Positive Money; The Social Guarantee; Countryside and Rights of Way Act -, Wikipedia; Land for Who Phase 1 Findings

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