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

Daniel Kammen: Electricity For All, Pt. 1
How easy it is to take our electrified world for granted. Right now about 1.2 billion people or about 20% of the global population live without access to electricity. These people can’t read at night, or power their phones to communicate or conduct crucial e-commerce. What if that 20% could access energy, though? How transformative could that be for those 1.2 billion lives? But wait, would...
Apr 22, 2015 9:10 AM ET
Andrew Revkin: Carbon Divide
This week on Sea Change Radio we hear from noted environmental journalist, Andrew Revkin, about a recent Yale/Utah State survey and mapping project designed to capture American attitudes about climate change and related policy. With thirty years covering science and environmental issues for the New York Times under his belt, Revkin has a distinct perspective, one he uses to analyze the...
Apr 15, 2015 10:25 AM ET
Plight Of The Condor
The California Condor may not be the prettiest of endangered species, but that doesn’t make it any less important to the ecosystem. Our guest this week on Sea Change Radio is Kelly Sorenson, executive director of the Ventana Wildlife Society, which has been working tirelessly to bring the California Condor back from the brink of extinction, only to encounter another barrier: lead ammunition.  ...
Apr 8, 2015 9:10 AM ET
Solazyme Co-Founder Harrison Dillon
What's it like to see an idea grow into something bigger than you ever imagined? This week on Sea Change Radio, host Alex Wise sits down with entrepreneur Harrison Dillon, the co-founder of ...
Mar 25, 2015 9:25 AM ET
Greenpeace’s Rolf Skar on Big Paper
Money doesn’t grow on trees, but if you’re a paper company, trees are definitely how you make your money. Paper production is one of the leading causes of rainforest loss. Nearly 4 billion trees worldwide are cut down each year for paper. The result of the massive deforestation is felt as loss of habitat for multiple species, erosion, diminished air quality, and, of course, increased global...
Mar 18, 2015 1:30 PM ET

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