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Healthy Living Healthy Planet Radio, with weekly broadcasts on iHeart talk radio 1190AM at 3 p.m. Saturdays, is about more than just the environment. It’s more than just healthy living. Host Bernice Butler and featured guests examine topics and explore the inextricable relationship between your health and the health of our planet. Each one-hour program goes beyond the headlines to explore how myriad environmental issues we face today—climate change, plastic pollution, renewable energy, water, food justice and more—affect and influence the health and wellbeing of each and every one of us. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/healthy-radio/support

Healthy Living Healthy Planet Radio Bernice Butler

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Healthy Living Healthy Planet Radio, with weekly broadcasts on iHeart talk radio 1190AM at 3 p.m. Saturdays, is about more than just the environment. It’s more than just healthy living. Host Bernice Butler and featured guests examine topics and explore the inextricable relationship between your health and the health of our planet. Each one-hour program goes beyond the headlines to explore how myriad environmental issues we face today—climate change, plastic pollution, renewable energy, water, food justice and more—affect and influence the health and wellbeing of each and every one of us. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/healthy-radio/support

    Episode 79: Earth Month 2021 - Restoring Our Earth - Youth Leading the Way

    Episode 79: Earth Month 2021 - Restoring Our Earth - Youth Leading the Way

    Features Grace Edinger of Earth Force, Lizbeth Ibarra of Youth Vs Apocalypse, and Aaryaman Singhal of Sunrise Movement Dallas.

    Grace Edinger discusses the importance of teaching activism for sustainable change in early development.

    Lizbeth Ibarra talks about climate justice organization through youth proactivity, and environmental racism.

    Aaryaman Singhal informs listeners on the political efforts towards climate change policies and shares the need for creating sustainable communities.


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    Episode 78: Restoration and Mitigation: Eco-Systems, Forests, and our Well-Being

    Episode 78: Restoration and Mitigation: Eco-Systems, Forests, and our Well-Being

    Features Will Anderson of the World Resources Institute and Dr. Susan Abookire, MD.

    Will Anderson points out the diversity in our eco-systems and explains how clean toxins from tropical forests effects human health.

    Dr. Abookire discusses the medicinal benefits of trees, plants, and forests.


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    Episode 77: Earth Day 2021 - Resorting Our Climate and Resorting Our Health

    Episode 77: Earth Day 2021 - Resorting Our Climate and Resorting Our Health

    Features Kathleen Rogers of Earth Day Network, Michael Morris of the North Central Texas Council of Governments, and Michael Cain of EarthxFilm and EarthxTV.

    Kathleen Rogers discusses the origins, positive impacts, and political ramifications of Earth Day.

    Michael Morris explains how Earth Day directly relates to clean transportation efforts in North Texas.

    Michael Cain reveals the lineup of films and shows launching for Earth Week, streaming exclusively on earthxtv.com.


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    What is Our Water Doing to Our Health: Human Health Implications of Water Degradation and Global Warming

    What is Our Water Doing to Our Health: Human Health Implications of Water Degradation and Global Warming

    Features Dr. David Gilkey of Montana Technological University, Andria Ventura of Clean Water Action, and Katie Huffling of Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments.

    Dr. Gilkey draws connections between environmental, human health and our water degradation.

    Andria Ventura discusses drinking water, pollution prevention,  source water protection, and even how pharmaceuticals impact our water.

    Katie Huffling reminds listeners that Global Warming and our changing climate is very much a human health issue.


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    Groundwater Pollution, Conservation and Regeneration

    Groundwater Pollution, Conservation and Regeneration

    Features Denise Hickey of North Texas Municipal Water District and Jennifer Clary of Clean Water Action.

    Denise Hickey grants local listeners an inside scoop on Dallas Water management, sanitation, and storage.

    Jennifer Clary speaks on why water policy matters, and the importance of groundwater.

    Tune in to this episode to get a better grasp on where groundwater comes from, how it’s stored, sanitized, and delivered into our homes and lives.


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    Water, Water Everywhere: Why We Must Care About Our Urban Waterways

    Water, Water Everywhere: Why We Must Care About Our Urban Waterways

    Features Tom Szaky, TerraCycle's CEO and Founder, and BJ Cummings of The University of Washington.

    Tom Szaky shares about TerraCycle’s connection to clean water, plastic pollution, and sustainability.

    BJ cummings gives listeners a look into our urban waterways, their importance, and the degradation urban waterway pollution causes in our cities and homes.

    This episode hits home and reminds listeners how connected we are to our urban waterways.


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Bernice is an engaging host, and the experts and guests really make me think twice about my choices. Since listening to the podcast I feel better prepared to make sustainable choices for my bodies health and the health of our world! 10/10 would recommend 🌎💚

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