HTF 027: Happy Brain Science

HTF 027: Happy Brain Science

“We spend nearly 40% of our time at work. We should be happier, and we can be.” “We go about pursuing happiness backwards. We think once we accomplish our goals we’ll be happy, but science shows that happiness is essential as a first step to accomplishing our...
HTF 026: Living In Waste

HTF 026: Living In Waste

In this episode, Collin Gabriel, longtime fan of Earthships, chats with architect and Earthship founder, Michael Reynolds. 35 years ago, Michael designed a living structure that can harvest its own water, power, food, heat and comfort with most of its building...
HTF 022: Feminism and Justice for All

HTF 022: Feminism and Justice for All

Let’s listen to Hatch Innovation’s Director of Events & Culinary Happenings, Jess DeNoto chat with upcoming Remedy Club panelist Emilly Prado. Emilly is a writer who focuses on the intersection of feminist identity, race, class, gender and popular culture....
HTF 021: Put Your Money Where Your Food Is

HTF 021: Put Your Money Where Your Food Is

In today’s episode, host Amy Pearl sits down with Narendra Varma of Our Table Cooperative. Narendra started Our Table Cooperative in 2011 with his wife Michelle, after they spent years in the investment and tech spaces. Narendra talks about how these experiences...
HTF 017: Reflecting on a Nuclear Legacy

HTF 017: Reflecting on a Nuclear Legacy

Host Amy Pearl, Hatch Innovation Guests Yukiyo Kawano, Visual Artist Yukiyo Kawano, a third generation hibakusha (nuclear bomb survivor) grew up decades after the bombing of Hiroshima. Her work is personal, reflecting lasting attitudes towards the bombings of...