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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.

Apr 25, 2021

What type of political activism can nonprofit organizations engage in without running afoul of the IRS?  Joel Diringer of Diringer & Associates will lead us through the types of lobbying and promotion nonprofits can safely do.

Feb 27, 2021

City Repair is a Portland-based nonprofit that facilitates artistic and ecologically-oriented placemaking through projects that honor the interconnection of human communities and the natural world.  Join us as we talk to Mark Lakeman, founder of City Repair.

Jan 19, 2021

Stanford Professor Mark Z. Jacobson discusses his roadmaps to convert 139 countries to 100% wind, water and sunlight for all energy purposes.  Prof. Jacobson has testified before Congress and governmental agencies on this subject, was a guest on the Letterman show and spoke at the 2020 Central Coast...

Oct 28, 2020

Known as the “upside-down river,” the Salinas River has its source in San Luis Obispo County and runs north to empty into Monterey Bay.   The river and its two tributaries are dammed by three dams, creating difficulties for native steelhead trout to come upstream to spawn.  Polluted with agriculture runoff and...

Aug 19, 2020

Adrienne Garcia-Specht, Steering Committee Member for San Luis Obispo's Central Coast Coalition for Undocumented Student Success, talks about the Coalition's mission of creating social change to ensure educational equality for all students, and how they support undocumented students achieve their goals of graduation...