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Ecologistics Podcast

Meet the environmental and social justice changemakers who are taking on the world’s wicked problems head-on with new and inventive solutions.

You will come away inspired and hopeful.

Aug 11, 2019

Grassroots environmental activism is hard work.  Monitoring local media, writing op ed pieces and letters to the editor, attending city council and county supervisors meetings, supervising targeted litigation and promoting green initiatives are all part of the job.  Andrew Christie, Executive Director of a small Sierra...

Aug 6, 2019

The Wildlands Conservancy is California’s largest nonprofit nature preserve system, offering free admission to nature lovers and families.  Biologist Landon Peppel will tell us about the mission and projects of TWC and what it is like to work in the conservation...

Jul 14, 2019

Environmental and science author Mary Ellen Hannibal describes her life and work and how the sixth extinction brought her to this work.  Mary Ellen is the author of Citizen ScientistThe Spine of the Continent and Evidence of Evolution.

Jul 1, 2019

Cool Block is a how-to guide for communities to tackle climate change one neighborhood at a time. Meet David Gershon, CEO of Empowerment Institute and create of Cool Block.

Apr 9, 2019

Bhutan is a fairly new democracy.  Its constitution requires 60% of the country be kept in national forests, and measures Gross National Happiness instead of Gross Domestic Product.  Kinga Tshering of Bhutan tells us the story of how the 4th King of Bhutan coined the term and insisted the country put these measures in...