Adam Werbach and Julene Bair: Waste Not

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Adam Werbach and Julene Bair: Waste Not

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This wk's @SeaChangeRadio - @Yerdle founder @AdamWerbach talks about the sharing economy + author Julene Bair http://is.gd/4GOFOR

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Tuesday, June 17, 2014 - 5:50pm

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How much junk do you own? You're probably not technically a "hoarder" but like most Americans, you may have way more stuff than you know what to do with - stuff that is no longer valuable to you, but that you don't want to just throw away. This week on Sea Change Radio, we talk to Adam Werbach, the co-founder of Yerdle, an online sharing platform that allows people to trade things they no longer need or want in exchange for other people's stuff that they do want, using a points-based economy. No currency changes hands, and no new materials are used to make more stuff.

Then, host Alex Wise speaks to the author of The Ogallala Road, Julene Bair. Her touching new memoir is a personal account of how the ascendance of industrial farming in America has laid waste to the social fabric of the heartland.

Keywords: Events, Media & Communications | Adam Werbach | Environment | alex wise | industrial farming | julene bair | ogalalla road | sea change radio | sharing economy | yerdle

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