Amory Lovins a Harvard and Oxford graduate as well as oil and energy activist has been writing about energy consumption and conservation issues since the 1960's. Amory joined us via TED Talks with the summary of his book Winning the Oil Endgame.
You can download the episode here or listen in the embedded player. Where is Your Intersection of Faith Professor Katherine Hayhoe, formerly of the University of Toronto, now working in Texas, joined the Green Majority’s Daryn Caister to discuss the intersection of faith and science in relation to climate change. Her research and awareness initiative [...]
Daniel Rirdan author of The Blueprint: Averting Global Collapse joins the program. The book, which has received kudos from others such as David Suzuki, outlines a road map for dealing with some of the most pressing environmental emergencies of our time.
Just about everything under the sun is claiming to be green, Lise Beutel with Terrachoice joins us to talk about the methodology that goes into the eco logo certification process and takes us through the sins of environmental claims.
You can download the episode here or listen in the embedded player. Environmental Emergencies are not Inevitable Daniel Reardon author of the Blueprint averting global collapse joined the program, the book which has received kudos from others such as David Suzuki, outlines a road map for dealing with some of the most pressing environmental emergencies [...]
This week, Mark Terry joins the program to talk about his work with Youth Climate Report, a crowd sources media project for youth by youth. In our second feature we talk to William McDonough who says cradle to grave is not enough and we should be thinking cradle to cradle in his book of the same name Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the Way We Make Things.