Mind Over Matters
Sustainability Segment: Wendy Weiser07/21/14
Guest Wendy Weiser, Director, Democracy Program, Brennan Center for Justice, New York University School of Law, speaks with Diane Horn about the State of Voting in 2014 report, co-authored with Erik Opsal.
Sustainability Segment: Bruce Herbert
Guest Bruce Herbert, Chief Executive, Newground Social Investment, speaks with Diane Horn about shareholder advocacy and progress made during 2014 in creating positive change in publicly traded corporations.
Sustainability Segment: Chris Jochnick
Guest Chris Jochnick, Director, Private Sector Department, Oxfam America, speaks with Diane Horn about Oxfam’s Behind the Brands Campaign.
Sustainability Segment: Scott MacGowan
Guest Scott MacGowan, Co-Founder of Alleycat Acres, a Seattle urban farming collective, speaks with Diane Horn about the work of Alleycat Acres to reconnect people, place, and produce by transforming underutilized urban spaces into a network of...
Sustainability Segment: Ken Bounds
Guest Ken Bounds, Former Seattle Parks Superintendent and Board of Directors member, Seattle Parks Foundation, speaks with Diane Horn about Proposition 1, a measure to create a Seattle Park District.
Sustainability Segment: Amy Carey
Guest Amy Carey, Executive Director, Sound Action, speaks with Diane Horn about the work of Sound Action to protect the health of Puget Sound's nearshore habitats and species.
Sustainability Segment: Nik Money
Guest Nik Money, Professor of Botany, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, speaks with Diane Horn about his book, "The Amoeba in the Room: Lives of the Microbes”.
Sustainability Segment: Randi Abrams-Caras
Guest Randi Abrams-Caras, Senior Campaign Director, Washington Toxics Coalition, speaks with Diane Horn about the effectiveness of laws regulating toxic chemicals in children’s and other consumer products.
Sustainabilty Segment: Ingrid E. Newkirk
Guest Ingrid E. Newkirk, Cofounder and President, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), speaks with Diane Horn about animal rights.
Sustainability Segment: Jeff Aken and McKayla Dunfey
Guests Jeff Aken, Principle Planner, and McKayla Dunfey, Commute Programs Assistant, Cascade Bicycle Club, speak with Diane Horn about the City of Seattle’s 2014 Bicycle Master Plan.
Susatinabilty Segment: Kristen Boyles
Guest Kristen Boyles, Staff Attorney, Northwest Office of Earthjustice, speaks with Diane Horn about how the Endangered Species Act has worked to protect species and their habitat in the Pacific Northwest.
Sustainability Segment: Jennifer Weiland
Guest Jennifer Weiland, Public Space Manager, Seattle Department of Transportation, speaks with Diane Horn about the benefits of parklets, small segments of right-of-way that have been converted from private automobile use to public space.
Sustainability Segment: Jennifer Barnes
Guest Jennifer Barnes, Cofounder of Biomimicy Puget Sound, speaks with Diane Horn about the Seattle Urban Greenprint, a biomimicry-inspried project that identifies ways to strengthen ecological systems in urban centers.
Sustainability Segment: William Easterly
Guest William Easterly, Professor of Economics at New York University and Co-director of NYU’s Development Research Institute, speaks with Diane Horn about his book “The Tyranny of Experts: Economists, Dictators, and the Forgotten Rights of the Poor”.
Sustainability Segment: April Putney and Andrew Austin
Guests April Putney, Campaign Manager for Move King County Now and Statewide Policy and Advocacy Campaign Manager for Futurewise, and Andrew Austin, Policy Director for the Transportation Choices Coalition, speak with Diane Horn about Proposition 1, a...
Sustainability Segment: Mark Gerome Walters
Guest Mark Gerome Walters, Associate Professor of Journalism and Media Studies, University of South Florida St. Petersburg, speaks with Diane Horn about his book “Seven Modern Plagues and How We Are Causing Them.”
Sustainability Segment: Stephanie Seliga-Soulseed and Brian Sellers...
Guests Stephanie Seliga-Soulseed, Founder and Director, Just Garden Project, a program of Seattle Tilth, and Brian Sellers Petersen, leader of the Just Garden Project’s Food and Faith Initiative, speak with Diane Horn about the work of the Just Garden...
Sustainability Segment: Greg Fogel and Sarah Hackney
Guests Greg Fogel, Senior Policy Specialist, and Sarah Hackney, Grassroots Director, National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition, speak with Diane Horn about the 2014 Farm Bill.
Sustainability Segments: Kathy Pelish and Frank Calma
Guests Kathy Pelish, President, and Frank Calma, Vice-President and Skipper, Salish Sea Trading Cooperative, speak with Diane Horn about the Salish Sea Trading Cooperative, which relies on wind and tide to transport locally produced goods around Puget...
Sustainability Segment: Elizabeth Kolbert
Guest Elizabeth Kolbert, staff writer at The New Yorker, speaks with Diane Horn about about her book “The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History”.
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