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Mothers of Invention

By Doc Society

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Description

Climate change is a man-made problem with a feminist solution! Join former Irish President Mary Robinson and comedian Maeve Higgins in this uplifting and fascinating new podcast, and meet a host of game-changing women fighting to save all our lives. 

Customer Reviews

Refreshingly optimistic

Mary and Maeve have put together a delightful and informative podcast that features amazing guests from around the world that you won’t encounter elsewhere (mostly because their guests are often women of color and President Mary Robinson has unusual access to them). We all know that climate change is dire and discussions about it are usually pessimistic, so this podcast gives us a wonderful chance to listen to stories of positive change and communities taking power into their own hands. Keep it up! I can’t wait for the next season. Thank you!

Inspiring and so Informative

This show is incredible! I love the mission, the two hosts and their banter, and the inspirational women at the heart of each episode’s story. Please keep making this podcast! So much to learn

Galvanizing. Can’t wait for more!

Such a good listen for these times—I listened to all the episodes in the aftermath of the release of the IPCC report. Mary and Maeve do such a good job of explaining things fully and clearly, without condescension, across an array of topics. I love all the people they talk to, a diverse and inclusive mix of ages, nationalities, genders, and backgrounds. They are ace at showing the scale of what needs to be done (not just “make sure you recycle”) while not discouraging the listener. More, please!

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