Audible Café explores the natural world, wildlife, sustainable living, and that thing called climate change. We meet fascinating people who are embracing new ways of treading more lightly on the earth. We champion other species and seek to meet them where they are in all their wild and wooly glory.
Mary Stucklen with Berkshire Zero Waste
Today's show features Mary Stucklen of Berkshire Zero Waste about a new initiative of theirs, WasteLess Restaurants.
Kelly Fuller with Western Watersheds Project
Featuring Kelly Fuller, the Energy and Mining Campaign Director for the Western Watersheds Project, which has headquarters in a number of western states. We talked about the proposed lithium mine in Thacker Pass, Nevada, a project that WWP and others oppose on the grounds that it will destroy an important ecosystem and habitat for a number of unique species.
Max Wilbert with Protect Thacker Pass
Today's show features Max Wilbert, one of the activists occupying Thacker Pass, Nevada, to protest a proposed lithium mine there.
Laura Haight w Partnership for Policy Integrity
Today I discuss the biomass industry with Laura Haight, U.S. Policy Director at the Partnership for Policy Integrity, or PFPI. PFPI uses science, policy analysis and strategic communications to promote policies that protect climate, ecosystems, and people.
Scot Quaranda of Dogwood Alliance re Forest Biomass
Audible Cafe talks with Scot Quaranda of the Dogwood Alliance about the forest biomass industry, and what it's doing to the southern forests (and soon coming to your neighborhood).
EPISODE 20: Put Peaker Plants in the Past w/Rosemary Wessel of No Fracked Gas in Mass
Today’s show features Rosemary Wessel, Program Director of No Fracked Gas in Mass, a program of the Berkshire Environmental Action Team (BEAT) discussing their Put Peaker Plants in the Past project.
The Audible Cafe is only two episodes in, but already I'm hooked on the fascinating interviews with knowledgeable people on topics related to the environment, wildlife, and sustainability.