Sierra Club Radio
From the boardroom to the barnyard with Tara Smith &...10/25/14
This week on Sierra Club Radio: Tara Smith talks with us about her journey from the boardroom to the barnyard - leaving the corporate life to start a sustainable farm. Sierra Magazine's Avital Andrews share tips for green back-to-school products.
Off the Grid, Greening Your Halloween, and Soul of a Lion
This week on Sierra Club Radio: Nick Rosen talks with us about his book Off the Grid Avital Andrews from Sierra Magazine gives tips for greening your Halloween Barbara Bennett on her book Soul of a Lion: One Woman's Quest...
Vegan before 6, clean energy made products, and solar power
This week on Sierra Club Radio: New York Times food columnist Mark Bittman talks with us about his new book, VB6: Eat Vegan Before 6:00 to Lose Weight and Restore Your Health...for Good Angelika Pullen from WindMade talks about certifying...
Collaborative Consumption, Green Bathrooms and Red Tides In Florida
This week on Sierra Club Radio: Rachel Botsman and Roo Rogers on their book What's Mine is Yours: The Rise of Collaborative Consumption Avital Binshtock from Sierra Magazine gives tips for greening your bathroom Cris Costello talks with us about...
This week on Sierra Club Radio: Richard Bell, co-author of a book called Nukespeak Avital Binshtock from Sierra Magazine shares tips on how to green your office Cris Costello talks with us about "red tide" in Florida and how the...
Seafood, Evolution, and Polar Bears (Repeat Show)
This week on Sierra Club Radio: Repeat show from November 13, 2010 Mark Sumner, author of The Evolution of Everything: How Selection Shapes Culture, Commerce, and Nature Martin Reed from I Love Blue Sea, on sustainable seafood Steve Pine and...
Jeanine Cotter Of Luminalt, Rachel Butler On Green Transportation &...
This week on Sierra Club Radio: Jeanine Cotter, CEO of solar installation company Luminalt Rachel Butler, National Organizer for the Sierra Club's Green Transportation Campaign, on the increase in bike commuting Avital Andrews from Sierra Magazine...
Natalie Foster, Executive Director of Peers and Sierra Magazine's...
This week on Sierra Club Radio: Natalie Foster, Executive Director of Peers, a grassroots organization that supports the sharing economy movement Sierra Magazine's Avital Andrews shares green lifestyle tips
Burn Design Labs & the Native American Moapa Band of Paiutes
This week on Sierra Club Radio: Peter Scott from Burn Design Labs talks with us about sustainable stoves in the developing world William Anderson from the Native American Moapa Band of Paiutes tribe on the Reid Gardner coal plant
Biking in Public
This week on Sierra Club Radio: Rob Forbes, founder of Design Within Reach, talks about his new company PUBLIC Bikes Kim Wasserman from Little Village Environmental Justice Organization, and a mother of two kids with asthma, on why it's time...
Goldman Prize Retrospective (Part 4)
This week on Sierra Club Radio: Our last in a four part series revisiting previous winners of the Goldman prize. This week, 2010 winners Lynn Henning and Humberto Rios Labrada as well as 2008 winners Rosa Hilda Ramos and Ignace...
Goldman Prize Retrospective (Part 1)
This week on Sierra Club Radio: Our first in a four-part series that looks back at past winners of the Goldman Prize, the premier international award for environmental activism. This week, Maria Gunnoe and Yuyun Ismawati, two of the winners...
Jigar Shah talks solar industry and Eric Roston from Bloomberg.com on...
This week on Sierra Club Radio: Jigar Shah joins us to talk about the solar industry and his new book, Creating Climate Wealth: Unlocking the Impact Economy Eric Roston from Bloomberg.com on their environmental coverage at Bloomberg.com/Sustainability
Books and more for a green holiday weekend
This week on Sierra Club Radio: Ben Montgomery on his book Grandma Gatewood's Walk: The Inspiring Story of the Woman Who Saved the Appalachian Trail Henry Nichols, author of The Galapagos Avital Andrews shares green tips for the 4th of...
Oil Drilling in the Amazon, Anthology of Wilderness Writings & Green...
This week on Sierra Club Radio: Sierra Club's Aaron Isherwood talks with us about his recent trip to the Amazon to learn about the Achuar people's fight against oil drilling on their land Jay Shoenberger on his new book, I...
The Impossible Will Take A Little While
This week on Sierra Club Radio: Paul Loeb talks with us about the new edition of his book, The Impossible Will Take a Little While Mary Anne Hitt on a major step forward on climate -- the EPA's new proposed...
Seeds of Hope (Repeat show)
This week on Sierra Club Radio: We bring back one of our favorite interviews, a recent conversation with the legendary Dr. Jane Goodall about her new book, Seeds of Hope.
Getting big money out of politics and the dangers of coal ash
This week on Sierra Club Radio: Congressman John Sarbanes on why we need to get big money out of politics Mary Anne Hitt on a new report that shows the dangers of coal ash pollution, and what you can do...
Green Coffee and the Adventures of Thoreau
This week on Sierra Club Radio: Helen Russell the CEO of Equator Coffee, on sustainably grown, fair-trade coffee Michael Sims, author of The Adventures of Henry Thoreau
We speak with two of the winners of this years Goldman Prize
This week on Sierra Club Radio: We speak with two of the winners of this years Goldman Prize, the world's largest international prize honoring grassroots environmentalists.
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