Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 35: Paul Bodnar talks about the Paris Agreement and make it a key component of voter mobilization efforts. Paul is joined by POW athlete and winter olympian Maddie Phaneuf.
Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 34: Michael Rucker talks about how wind energy is now the most cost-effective source of power on the grid.
Climate Changers, Podcast, Episode 33: Seth Godin in an entrepreneur, author, teacher, and the creator of Akimbo Workshops. This is a very special interview for me because Seth’s work gave me the permission and roadmap to become a climate activist.
Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 32: Joel Salatin talks about all things farming – mentoring young people, inspiring visitors, and promoting local, regenerative food and farming systems.
Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 31: Dave Montgomery talks about how to restore soil health using the three tenets of conservation agriculture – ditching the plow, planting cover crops, and growing a diversity of crops.
Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 30: Bill McKibben talks about 350.org, the first planet-wide, grassroots climate change movement, which has organized twenty thousand rallies around the world and launched the fast-growing fossil fuel divestment movement.
Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 29: Russ Conser talks about using conservation ranching to trap carbon in the soil, revitalizing bird habitats while also tackling climate change.
Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 28: Doug Peacock talks about grizzly bears, and his advocacy efforts on their behalf, and his documentation of their struggles to survive in Yellowstone and Glacier national parks.
Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 27: Mark Kurlansky talks about how salmon are uniquely connected to both marine and terrestrial ecology as well as fresh and salt water, functioning as a natural barometer for the health of the planet.
Climate Changers Podcast, Episode 26: Jeff Bedard talks about the development of large scale real estate, sustainability, and renewable energy projects to make a major environmental impact.