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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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Oakland, CA

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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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English


Episodes

Retrospective

2/26/2016
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This week on Sierra Club Radio: A compilation of some of our most interesting interviews from the past nine years of Sierra Club Radio. Who Killed The Electric Car, New York TimesArlene Blum, From Sierra Club Radio

Duration: 00:27:00


Grand Rapids Goes Green, and Miami Under Water

1/9/2016
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This week on Sierra Club Radio:George Heartwell, the mayor of Grand Rapids, on that city's commitment for 100% clean energy.Elizabeth Kolbert on her recent article in the New Yorker about the affects of climate change in Florida. From Sierra Club Radio

Duration: 00:27:00


Annapurna: A Woman's Place

1/2/2016
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This week on Sierra Club Radio:Pioneering woman climber Arlene Blum on the 35th anniversary edition of her book, Annapurna: A Woman's Place, about leading the first American ascent of one of the world's highest peaksMary Anne Hitt from the Sierra Club's Beyond Coal Campaign on the latest news out of the EPA From Sierra Club Radio

Duration: 00:26:59


The Revenant

12/31/2015
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This week on Sierra Club Radio:Mary Parent, producer of the new movie The RevenantMr. Green From Sierra Club Radio

Duration: 00:26:59


Victory to block the Keystone XL pipeline

11/14/2015
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This week on Sierra Club Radio:Lena Moffitt of the Sierra Club's Dirty Fuels Campaign on the recent victory to block the Keystone XL pipelineLaura Belman CEO of The Mason Bottle on eco-friendly baby suppliesKim & George Haddow on their new book Living with Climate Change: How Communities Are Surviving and Thriving in a Changing Climate From Sierra Club Radio

Duration: 00:26:59


Sustainability in Little Rock and Why You Should Care About Smog

11/7/2015
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This week on Sierra Club Radio:The Mayor of Little Rock, Mark Stodola, on efforts to make Little Rock more sustainableThe Sierra Club' s Terry McGuire on why we should care about smog and a new text alert system to stay informed about air quality in your area From Sierra Club Radio

Duration: 00:26:59


Ethical Fashion

10/31/2015
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This week on Sierra Club Radio:Kate Black on her book Magnifeco: Your Head-to-Toe Guide to Ethical Fashion and Non-toxic BeautyThe Sierra Club's Marni Salmon on why you should care about the Land and Water Conservation Fund and what you can to do help save it. From Sierra Club Radio

Duration: 00:27:00


Annapurna: A Woman's Place

10/24/2015
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This week on Sierra Club Radio:Pioneering woman climber Arlene Blum on the 35th anniversary edition of her book, Annapurna: A Woman's Place, about leading the first American ascent of one of the world's highest peaksMary Anne Hitt from the Sierra Club's Beyond Coal Campaign on the latest news out of the EPA From Sierra Club Radio

Duration: 00:27:00


Vancouver Going All-in on Clean Energy

10/17/2015
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This week on Sierra Club Radio:Deputy mayor of Vancouver Andrea Reimer on the city's commitment to 100 percent clean energy and how it is aiming to be the greenest city in the worldJoe S. Whitworth, author of Quantified: Redefining Conservation for the Next Economy From Sierra Club Radio

Duration: 00:27:00


Searching for the Wild

10/10/2015
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This week on Sierra Club Radio:Jason Mark on his new book, Satellites in the High Country: Searching for the Wild in the Age of ManKathryn Phillips from Sierra Club California on a monumental new climate and clean energy bill From Sierra Club Radio

Duration: 00:26:59


An American Ascent, the first African American expedition to take on Denali

10/3/2015
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This week on Sierra Club Radio:Hudson Henry, the cinematographer of new documentary An American Ascent, covering the first African American expedition to take on DenaliKeith Geddes and John Thomas on the creation of a new hiking trail in Scotland called The John Muir Way From Sierra Club Radio

Duration: 00:26:59


Author Dan Fagin and the Hip Hop Caucus Act on Climate Tour

9/26/2015
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This week on Sierra Club Radio:Author Dan Fagin about his Pulitzer-prize winning book Tom's River: A Story of Science and SalvationRev. Lennox Yearwood of the Hip Hop Caucus about the Act on Climate Bus Tous From Sierra Club Radio

Duration: 00:27:00


Sustainability in Little Rock and Why You Should Care About Smog

9/12/2015
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This week on Sierra Club Radio:The Mayor of Little Rock, Mark Stodola, on efforts to make Little Rock more sustainableThe Sierra Club' s Terry McGuire on why we should care about smog and a new text alert system to stay informed about air quality in your area From Sierra Club Radio

Duration: 00:26:59


Naomi Klein on Capitalism versus the Climate

9/5/2015
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This week on Sierra Club Radio:Acclaimed author Naomi Klein joins us to talk about her new book, This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate From Sierra Club Radio

Duration: 00:26:59


"A Walk in the Woods" director Ken Kwapis

8/29/2015
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This week on Sierra Club Radio:Hollywood director Ken Kwapis joins us to talk about his new filmA Walk in the Woods, based on the bestselling book by Bill Bryson. The film, which stars Robert Redford and Nick Nolte, tells the story of two friends who reunite to hike the Appalachian Trail. From Sierra Club Radio

Duration: 00:27:00


After the Flood and Under Smog

8/22/2015
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This week on Sierra Club Radio:Journalist & author Gary Rivlin on his new book, Katrina: After the FloodDr. Leonardo Trasande, Dr. Samantha Ahdoot, and Dr. William Rom on why we need stronger protections from smog pollution From Sierra Club Radio

Duration: 00:27:00


America's Top 10 Greenest Universities

8/15/2015
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This week on Sierra Club Radio:Avital Andrews on Sierra Magazine's list of the top 20 greenest colleges & universities in the U.S.Sierra Club's Climate Policy Director Liz Perera on President Obama's Clean Power PlanDarryl Malek-Wiley on the upcoming 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina From Sierra Club Radio

Duration: 00:27:00


Meet Sierra Club president Aaron Mair

8/8/2015
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This week on Sierra Club Radio:Aaron Mair, the newly elected president of the Sierra ClubJosh Horowitz, author ofWar of the Whales, now available in paperback. From Sierra Club Radio

Duration: 00:27:00


Finding a place in the wild

8/1/2015
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This week on Sierra Club Radio:Hudson Henry the cinematographer of new documentary An American Ascentcovering the first African-American expedition to take on Denali.Keith Geddes and John Thomas on the creation of a new hiking trail in Scotland called the John Muir Way. From Sierra Club Radio

Duration: 00:26:59


Santa Barbara Oil Spill & Beyond Coal 200th Coal Plant Closure

7/25/2015
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This week on Sierra Club Radio:Lois Capps on the Santa Barbara oil spillMary Anne Hitt on the Beyond Coal Campaign 200th coal plant closure From Sierra Club Radio

Duration: 00:26:59

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