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Saving the planet starts at home -- so many Americans are looking for ways to make their own lives more "green." That's why we're launching Sierra Club Radio. Our mission is to offer tips and tell stories we all can use as consumers, as citizens, as neighbors, and as parents to make responsible choices, to connect to the growing environmental community.

Saving the planet starts at home -- so many Americans are looking for ways to make their own lives more "green." That's why we're launching Sierra Club Radio. Our mission is to offer tips and tell stories we all can use as consumers, as citizens, as neighbors, and as parents to make responsible choices, to connect to the growing environmental community.
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Saving the planet starts at home -- so many Americans are looking for ways to make their own lives more "green." That's why we're launching Sierra Club Radio. Our mission is to offer tips and tell stories we all can use as consumers, as citizens, as neighbors, and as parents to make responsible choices, to connect to the growing environmental community.

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Episodes

Pope Francis Calls for Climate Action in New Encyclical

6/20/2015
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This Week on Sierra Club Radio:Ramon Posada, chair of the creation and sustainability committee of the Los Angeles Catholic Archdiocese, discusses Pope Francis' new encyclical on climate disruptionMark Magaña, founding president of Green Latinos, on reactions to the new encyclicalIf you don't see an audio player above, you can listen here. From Sierra Club Radio

Duration:00:26:59

Merchants of Doubt

6/13/2015
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This week on Sierra Club Radio:Naomi Oreskes, author of the bookMerchants of Doubt, talks with us about the film based on her book, which exposes the disturbing right-wing campaign to sow seeds of doubt around climate science.Dan Chu from the Sierra Club's Our Wild America campaign shares good news about President Obama's designation of new national monuments.If you don't see an audio player above, you can listen here. From Sierra Club Radio

Duration:00:27:00

An Ecological History of NYC and Protecting Americans from Toxics

5/30/2015
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This Week on Sierra Club Radio:Chris Hill, Director of Government Affairs for the Environmental Working Group, on toxic chemicals in everyday products and why we need to reform the law that protects AmericansTed Steinberg, author ofGotham Unbound,a history of New York City through an ecological lensIf you don't see an audio player above, you can listen here. From Sierra Club Radio

Duration:00:26:59

Zeroing Out Our Waste and Plastics (Repeat Show)

2/14/2015
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This week on Sierra Club Radio: Amy Korst, author of The Zero Waste Lifestyle Mike Schade from the Center for Health, Environment, and Justice on their campaign to get PVC plastics out of New York City's schools

Duration:00:26:59

Beyond Coal on Campus, Green Cuisine, Valentine's Day, and Giving Back (Rep

2/7/2015
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This week on Sierra Club Radio: David Skorton, President of Cornell University, talks about the school's plans to move beyond coal Chef Annie Somerville gives green cuisine tips Ideas for a green Valentine's Day from Sierra Magazine's Avital Andrews Melody...

Duration:00:27:00

Green investing, the Global Forest, and green cuisine! (Repeat Show)

1/31/2015
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This week on Sierra Club Radio: Garvin Jabusch, cofounder of Green Alpha Investors, talks with us about green investing Diana Beresford-Kroeger on her book, The Global Forest Green cuisine tips from Annie Somerville, Executive Chef at Greens Restaurant.

Duration:00:26:59

Invasive Asian carp, author of Outdoor Parents, Outdoor Kids and tips on gr

1/24/2015
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This week on Sierra Club Radio: Emily Green, Sierra Club's Great Lakes Director, on a big threat to the Great Lakes that many don't know about: invasive Asian carp Eugene Buchanan on his new book Outdoor Parents, Outdoor Kids Avital...

Duration:00:26:59

Hollywood Actress Eva Mendes, Tierra Del Forte from Fair Trade USA and Gree

1/17/2015
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This week on Sierra Club Radio: Hollywood Actress Eva Mendes talks about why environmental issues are important to her, and what she does to go green Tierra Del Forte from Fair Trade USA on green Fair Trade fashion Green cuisine...

Duration:00:27:00

The Joy of Foraging (Repeat Show)

1/12/2015
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This week on Sierra Club Radio: Dr. Alan Lockwood, author of The Silent Epidemic: Coal and the Hidden Threat to Health Gary Lincoff, author of The Joy of Foraging, talks with us about wild foods that you can find in...

Duration:00:27:00

The Joy of Foraging (Repeat Show)

1/3/2015
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This week on Sierra Club Radio: Dr. Alan Lockwood, author of The Silent Epidemic: Coal and the Hidden Threat to Health Gary Lincoff, author of The Joy of Foraging, talks with us about wild foods that you can find in...

Duration:00:27:00

The Cost of Coal (Repeat Show)

12/27/2014
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This week on Sierra Club Radio: Steve Hawk and Ami Vitale talk with us about a new photo series in Sierra magazine, The Cost of Coal Wendy Pabich on her book Taking on Water: How One Water Expert Challenged Her...

Duration:00:27:00

The Mother Nature Network (Repeat Show)

12/20/2014
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This week on Sierra Club Radio: Chuck Leavell, keyboardist for the Rolling Stones, on his new environmental project, the Mother Nature Network Ricki Ott, author of a new book called Not One Drop: Betrayal and Courage in the Wake of...

Duration:00:26:59

Adventure in the Amazon (Repeat Show)

12/13/2014
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This week on Sierra Club Radio: This week we revisit a show from December 2011 where we talked with: Adventurer and environmentalist David de Rothschild on his trip to the Amazon to discover the impact of the proposed Belo Monte...

Duration:00:27:00

Biomimicry, Yerdle and Green Gifts

12/6/2014
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This week on Sierra Club Radio: Janine Benyus, President of the Biomimicry Institute Adam Werbach, co-founder of Yerdle, a green website that promotes sharing instead of shopping Avital Andrews on green gift ideas

Duration:00:26:59

The Art of Fermentation

11/29/2014
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This week on Sierra Club Radio: Sandor Katz, author of Wild Fermentation and The Art of Fermentation Bruce Rich, author of Foreclosing the Future: The World Bank and the Politics of Environmental Destruction

Duration:00:27:00

Green for All, Pacific NW Forests, & Mercury in Fish (Repeat Show)

11/22/2014
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This week on Sierra Club Radio: Phaedra Ellis-Lamkins, the CEO of Green For All. Dominick Della Sala, Chief Scientist for the Geos Institute in Ashland, talks with us about the forests of the Pacific Northwest. Avital Andrews from Sierra Magazine...

Duration:00:26:59

Kat Taylor of One Pacific Coast Bank and Kate Galbraith Co-Author of The Gr

11/15/2014
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This week on Sierra Club Radio: Kat Taylor, CEO and co-founder of One Pacific Coast Bank, joins us to talk about how your money can align with your values. Kate Galbraith, co-author of The Great Texas Wind Rush: How George...

Duration:00:27:00

Whales, Chemicals in our Bodies, and India's Green Future (Repeat Show)

11/8/2014
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This week on Sierra Club Radio: Whale expert and naturalist Doug Chadwick on his book, The Grandest of Lives: Eye to Eye with Whales Andrea and Steve Bossio, whose family was featured on Dateline NBC when they were tested to...

Duration:00:27:00

National Parks Special: Part 1 (Repeat Show)

11/1/2014
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This week on Sierra Club Radio: We revisit our National Parks special! In Part 1, Award-winning filmmaker Ken Burns talks with us about his documentary series, The National Parks: America's Best Idea. Journalist Joan Hamilton on her article, Parks as...

Duration:00:27:00

From the boardroom to the barnyard with Tara Smith & tips for green back-to

10/25/2014
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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.

Duration:00:27:00