Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 49: Eve Turow-Paul talks about human behavior and the impact of 21st century technologies and cultural events through the lens of food and lifestyle trends.
Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 48: Jane Goodall talks about her early work with chimpanzees and Roots & Shoots, a global movement of youth who are empowered to use their voice and actions to make compassionate decisions, influencing and leading change in their communities.
Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 47: Nate Hochman talks about “Conservative Environmentalism.”
Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 46: Hop Hopkins talks about how the Sierra Club’s campaigns and programs are deeply connected with communities most challenged by climate change and environmental degradation, including low-income communities and communities of color.
Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 45: Trammell Crow and Bill Shireman talks about how to break the gridlock, end the war for the environment, unite the parties, and drive radical collaboration for solutions
Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 44: Teron McGrew talks about fair housing, sustainability, green community development, urban planning, ending systemic racism, and bringing the voices of the frontline community into solution-oriented processes.
Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 43: Bren Smith talks about sustainable food production, ocean restoration, and economic development.
Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 42: Laura Zapata is the co-founder of Clearloop, the first solar offset company in the U.S. that offers companies a way to offset their carbon footprint by turning everyday purchases into clean energy.
Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 41: Allan Savory is a Zimbabwean ecologist, livestock farmer, and president and co-founder of the Savory Institute. He originated Holistic management, a systems thinking approach to managing resources.
Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 40: Trey Hill talks about bringing some game-changing new ideas, including carbon sequestration, to farming.