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Farmworkers to Farm Owners

Farmworkers to Farm OwnersTo download, please subscribe. To download a single episode, click share in the podcast player below.A special thanks to our Patreon community for supporting us through this difficult time and making...

Colette Pichon Battle on Climate Justice Reparations

Prefer to Listen?Subscribe to our podcast to listen to this week’s episode on your favorite podcast platform.What can we learn from the experiences of people living on the frontlines of climate catastrophe? “There’s beautiful...

Red Road to the Future: Native Sovereignty is Key to Climate Justice

In the midst of a national reckoning with white supremacy and colonial history, Indigenous people are demanding a new relationship with DC — honoring the traditional, legal, and moral rights of native nations. Earlier...

Greenpeace at 50: The Climate Crisis is a Fight Not an Argument

In this special feature for Earth Day, we focus on just one group: Greenpeace, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary. The environmental group has been in the headlines again, confronting Russian oil tankers in...

Food Justice

AboutFood justice is the notion that everyone should have access to healthful food as well as the opportunity to grow, market and serve it. It’s also the idea behind a rising movement in the...

Transportation is a Human Right

AboutThe U.S. transportation system has long been rife with inequality, making it more difficult for low-income people, people of color, and people with disabilities to get where they need to go. When Covid19 hit,...

Bill McKibben & Akaya Windwood: Boomers, Big Banks & Solving the Climate Crisis

Prefer to Listen?Subscribe to our podcast to listen to this week's episode on your favorite podcast platform.Hey Boomers: When it comes to the climate crisis, are you the problem, the solution or both?...

Yellowstone at 150: Can Indigenous Stewardship Save Our Parks?

150 years after Congress established Yellowstone National Park, it remains the jewel of a system that comprises some 400 national parks. But for Indigenous Americans, the history is bitter. Thousands were forced to leave,...

Ecology: The Infrastructure of the Future?

In the midst of yet another year of climate catastrophe, the U.S. Senate is negotiating a $3.5 trillion infrastructure package.  President Biden, among others, is calling for extensive investment to lower emissions and combat...

Climate Change Journalism: Moving Frontline Communities from the Sideline to the Center

Could a city reduce violent crime by planting more trees? How will the culture of work adapt to the climate crisis? What will increased flooding in the Global South do to U.S. immigration patterns?...

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