Sea Change Radio Sustainability Innovators

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Sea Change Radio Sustainability Innovators

Sea Change is a a nationally syndicated weekly radio show and podcast covering the shift to social, environmental, and economic sustainability. This is an ongoing series about sustainability innovators.

FMRs from this campaign

Nev Hyman: Shelter From The Storm
Many people living in Pacific nations, like Vanuatu, Indonesia, and the Philippines, struggle to find adequate shelter, a challenge compounded by the elevated risk of structure-destroying cyclones. Meanwhile, miles off their coasts, plastic waste floats in the ocean, contaminating the marine food chain and threatening the world's largest ecosystem. Our guest this week is Nev Hyman, an...
Jun 22, 2016 9:00 AM ET
Come Fly With Me: Gevo CEO Patrick Gruber
Is the biofuel craze of a few years ago really dead? This week’s guest on Sea Change Radio, Pat Gruber, thinks not. While plummeting oil prices may have flattened the appeal of biofuel in the auto industry, the air travel industry’s interest appears to be just taking off. Gruber’s company, Gevo, provided the fuel for the first corn-powered commercial passenger flight in U.S. history this month...
Jun 15, 2016 1:15 PM ET
Happier Campers
It’s summertime, time to make your camping reservations. Oops, should have done that three months ago! This week’s guest on Sea Change Radio, Alyssa Ravasio, noticed that there was a lot of private land that would be perfect for camping, while public campsites were consistently overbooked and too often unavailable. So she started something called Hipcamp which is sort of an Airbnb for campers...
Jun 8, 2016 9:10 AM ET
Raj Thamotheram: Forcing Corporate Stewardship
What will it take to get the CEOs of the world's largest fossil fuel companies to wake up to the realities of climate change? Our guest this week on Sea Change Radio is Raj Thamotheram. He and his colleagues at Preventable Surprises believe that even small-scale investors can produce large-scale results by advocating for sounder environmental practices within the board rooms of multinational...
Jun 1, 2016 9:00 AM ET
Robin McDowell: Exposing Modern Slavery
Human slavery. Many of us think of it as a terrible chapter of US history that ended in the 19th century. But, according to the United Nations, slavery is a modern reality for roughly 27 to 30 million human beings living, right now. Our guest today on Sea Change Radio is Associated Press reporter, Robin McDowell, who, along with three colleagues, recently won a Pulitzer Prize, for her team’s...
May 24, 2016 9:15 AM ET

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