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Sea Change Radio covers the transformations to social, environmental, and economic sustainability.

Sea Change Radio covers the transformations to social, environmental, and economic sustainability.
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Ada, MI

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Sea Change Radio covers the transformations to social, environmental, and economic sustainability.

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English

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Sea Change Radio 2 Mizpah St. San Francisco, CA 94131


Episodes

Lloyd Alter: Transportation Puzzles

4/23/2019
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The industrial revolution ushered in an era of more efficient transportation. As history has shown us, the impact of our ability to move easily across town and across the planet is complex. It has made the world smaller but it has also given rise to the climate crisis. This week on Sea Change Radio we … Continue reading Lloyd Alter: Transportation Puzzles → The post Lloyd Alter: Transportation Puzzles appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:28:59

Falter: Bill McKibben’s Latest Warning

4/16/2019
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Environmentalists have been talking for a long time about the threat to the planet. Now, a prominent voice is directing our attention to a related threat: he says our very humanity is in peril. This week on Sea Change Radio, we welcome back author and environmental leader Bill McKibben. The founder of 350.org, McKibben most … Continue reading Falter: Bill McKibben’s Latest Warning → The post Falter: Bill McKibben’s Latest Warning appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:28:59

Georgina Gustin on the Farm Bureau

4/9/2019
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You may or may not have heard of the Farm Bureau but it is one of the most powerful lobbying organizations in this country, representing over six million members. And what does the Farm Bureau advocate for? More than you might think. As this week’s guest on Sea Change Radio, Inside Climate News reporter Georgina … Continue reading Georgina Gustin on the Farm Bureau → The post Georgina Gustin on the Farm Bureau appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:28:59

From Sea to Shining Sea: Jeff Boehm and David Abel

4/2/2019
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Oceans cover about 70% of our planet, and represent over 95% of all of the earth’s water. The human impact on the ocean includes temperature rise, coral bleaching, ocean acidification, and changing chemical composition of the water – all of these things, of course, have an effect on the organisms that live in these vast … Continue reading From Sea to Shining Sea: Jeff Boehm and David Abel → The post From Sea to Shining Sea: Jeff Boehm and David Abel appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:28:59

Kevin Walker on our Grand Food Bargain

3/26/2019
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You’re walking the aisles of your local grocery store, picking out fresh ingredients for dinner — you get to the counter, pay for it, bag it, and you’re off. Pretty simple, right? Well, that little mindless exchange was the product of thousands of years of human development. There was a time, not that long ago, … Continue reading Kevin Walker on our Grand Food Bargain → The post Kevin Walker on our Grand Food Bargain appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:28:59

Crosstown Traffic: The Preven Report

3/19/2019
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They say the squeaky wheel gets the grease. This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak to two brothers who are trying to make a little noise for the issues they care about through citizen journalism. Eric and Joshua Preven put out a weekly publication, The Preven Report, from their hometown of Los Angeles. We … Continue reading Crosstown Traffic: The Preven Report → The post Crosstown Traffic: The Preven Report appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:28:59

Jeremy Hance: From Bottleneck to Breakthrough

3/12/2019
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How do you usually react to the stream of dire warnings about climate change and wildlife extinction? Does it motivate you to do more to make a difference, or does it submerge you into depressed inertia? This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak with environmental journalist Jeremy Hance about his ongoing series for Mongabay … Continue reading Jeremy Hance: From Bottleneck to Breakthrough → The post Jeremy Hance: From Bottleneck to Breakthrough appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:28:29

Ash Kalra + Stefan Kalb: Saving Food and Forests

3/5/2019
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What can we do to be better citizens, better consumers and better advocates for the planet? Fighting waste and saving forests are a good place to start. This week on Sea Change Radio, we first talk to California Assembly member Ash Kalra about his new bill to save tropical forests. California may not have rainforests … Continue reading Ash Kalra + Stefan Kalb: Saving Food and Forests → The post Ash Kalra + Stefan Kalb: Saving Food and Forests appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:28:59

Home Is Where The Heart Is: Tiny Houses and Homelessness

2/26/2019
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Shelter is on the first rung of renowned psychologist Abraham Maslow‘s hierarchy of needs. And yet, as a society, we have not cracked the code for how to house people in a way that is equitable and sustainable. While millions consume cubic acres of carbon heating and cooling their McMansions, others combat housing insecurity on … Continue reading Home Is Where The Heart Is: Tiny Houses and Homelessness → The post Home Is Where The Heart Is: Tiny Houses and Homelessness appeared first on Sea...

Duration:00:28:59

Strange Brew: Atomo Bean-less Coffee

2/19/2019
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Many people around the world wouldn’t dream of starting their day without their coffee ritual. And they tend to be pretty particular about it — what to buy, where to buy it, how to make it and when to drink it. But how much thought do they put into the coffee bean itself? The global … Continue reading Strange Brew: Atomo Bean-less Coffee → The post Strange Brew: Atomo Bean-less Coffee appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:28:59

Aaron Huertas on the Green New Deal

2/12/2019
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Back in the 1930s, when the US was in the midst of an economic crisis, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt enacted a set of policies to protect the people of the US from the worst ravages of poverty: it was called The New Deal. Our planet is currently in the midst of an environmental crisis. Some … Continue reading Aaron Huertas on the Green New Deal → The post Aaron Huertas on the Green New Deal appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:28:59

Ship of Fools: Cruise Polluters

2/5/2019
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Growing up watching “The Love Boat,” some of us thought of a cruise as a romantic and exciting way to see the world. New research out of Johns Hopkins University and Stand.earth, however, indicates that cruises don’t just “set a course for adventure,” they deliver high quantities of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons into the air and … Continue reading Ship of Fools: Cruise Polluters → The post Ship of Fools: Cruise Polluters appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:28:59

Scooter Talk with Carter Rubin of NRDC

1/29/2019
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The first time you saw a fleet of rent-able electric scooters huddled together on a city sidewalk, what was your reaction? Annoyance at yet another silly transportation trend, hope for a greener way to get around, or perhaps a burning desire to jump aboard? This week on Sea Change Radio, we hear from Carter Rubin … Continue reading Scooter Talk with Carter Rubin of NRDC → The post Scooter Talk with Carter Rubin of NRDC appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:28:59

WildAid CEO Peter Knights

1/22/2019
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Have you ever seen one of those ads with a celebrity like Jackie Chan or Leonardo DiCaprio beside a beautiful, rare animal? If so, there’s a good chance it was promoting a WildAid campaign. This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak with the CEO of WildAid, Peter Knights, about the organization’s mission to protect … Continue reading WildAid CEO Peter Knights → The post WildAid CEO Peter Knights appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:28:59

M Jackson: It’s Thin Where We’re Skating

1/15/2019
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Have you ever noticed that scientists historically are mostly white men? Do you think that this fact has skewed some scientific findings? Well, our guest today on Sea Change Radio has certainly noticed. This week, we speak to glaciologist M Jackson, who’s drawn attention from the right wing for the feminist perspective she applies to … Continue reading M Jackson: It’s Thin Where We’re Skating → The post M Jackson: It’s Thin Where We’re Skating appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:28:29

Catherine Homsey: Conscious Shopping

1/8/2019
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The average US resident heads out to the grocery store 1.6 times a week, and over the course of a year uses well over 1,000 plastic shopping bags there – bags which, on average, are used for a mere 15 minutes but will stick around on the earth for hundreds of years. This week’s guest … Continue reading Catherine Homsey: Conscious Shopping → The post Catherine Homsey: Conscious Shopping appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:28:59

Jeremy Hance on Big Conservation (re-broadcast)

1/1/2019
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Do you ever wonder what impact well-known wildlife groups like the Nature Conservancy and the World Wildlife Fund are having? Our guest today on Sea Change Radio is Jeremy Hance, an environmental journalist whose recent four-part series for Mongabay.com, “Conservation, Divided,” thoughtfully investigates how the field of global wildlife conservation has changed over the past 30 years. … Continue reading Jeremy Hance on Big Conservation (re-broadcast) → The post Jeremy Hance on Big...

Duration:00:29:40

Rev. Leo Woodberry on Climate Justice (re-broadcast)

12/25/2018
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How does one cultivate environmental activism in the deepest of red states? Is the current situation in the White House dividing Americans further, or expanding the progressive tent? This week on Sea Change Radio, we discuss these issues and more with the Reverend Leo Woodberry, a nondenominational pastor from South Carolina who is thoroughly committed … Continue reading Rev. Leo Woodberry on Climate Justice (re-broadcast) → The post Rev. Leo Woodberry on Climate Justice (re-broadcast)...

Duration:00:29:29

PurpleAir Founder Adrian Dybwad

12/18/2018
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Northern California’s now infamous Camp Fire was not only the largest, longest, and deadliest wildfire in the state’s history, it also produced record amounts of smoke. Schools closed, there was a run on protective masks, and people were fashioning do-it-yourself air purifiers because there were none left in stores. And it looks like we will … Continue reading PurpleAir Founder Adrian Dybwad → The post PurpleAir Founder Adrian Dybwad appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:28:59

Put A Cork In It

12/11/2018
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What do cork, coffee cups, lettuce, and excessive travel have in common? They are all areas of personal choice that have an environmental impact, and they are all things we will be discussing with our guest today on Sea Change Radio. Lloyd Alter is a design professor as well as an editor at TreeHugger.com. This … Continue reading Put A Cork In It → The post Put A Cork In It appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:29:00