Nat Geo Explorer Elizabeth Lindsey Talks Indigenous

I am honored to be speaking with Elizabeth Kapu’uwailani Lindsey, Ph.D about global tipping points.

Elizabeth’s perspective and knowledge regarding indigenous traditions is a HUGE part to understanding the current social movement for ‘change’. Many of the social technologies we think are so innovative today have actually been around for thousands of years…as we will learn.

How can understanding our human roots help us at the current time? Elizabeth will help us understand…

More about Elizabeth

Elizabeth Kapu’uwailani Lindsey, Ph.D., is the first female National Geographic fellow and the first Polynesian explorer at the National Geographic Society. An award-winning filmmaker and anthropologist, she is committed to ethnographic rescue, the conservation of vanishing indigenous knowledge and tradition.

A descendant of Hawaiian chiefs, English seafarers, and Chinese merchants, Lindsey was raised by native Hawaiian elders who prophesied her role as a steward of ancestral wisdom. Lindsey’s expeditions now take her to some of the most remote regions of the world.

She is also a former Ms. Hawaii.

  • Libertus

    welcome back

  • James

    Aloha Elizabeth,

    Glad to see you joining in!

    James

  • Faith

    I couldn’t listen to the online interview. Any chance of an online replay of the interview? I’d sure like to hear it and have several friends who are also interested. Thanks

  • Joss

    Yes, podcast please! x