This podcast covers issues of Climate Change, Building a Socially Responsible Economy, Health and Life and Death.
Dealing with Climate Grief: A Chat w Betsy Rosenberg
Betsy Rosenberg has spent 25 years in the media, raising awareness of environmental issues and the climate crisis. Currently she is working on a network called GreenTV.com to promote environmental education and empowerment. We discuss the role media plays in the fight to address climate change and the struggle to deal with "climate despair". This is the first of many conversations :)
Climate Change--Reality and Politics
Today I chat with Richard Whiteford, long time climate activist and presenter, educating groups around the world. Richard shares his insights on the current state of the climate and the challenges we face. We delve into the reality and political obstacles to progress. This is the first of many conversations. You can learn more about Richard's work at savebioshpere.wordpress.com
Slaughterhouse : a chat w Gail Eisnitz
Gail Eisnitz has spent her life as an investigative journalist and activist on behalf of sentient animals. In 1997 she wrote a remarkable book titled "Slaughterhouse" that laid bare the cruelty and brutality of the animal agriculture industry. The stories she shares are troubling and haunting...
From Amazon, "Slaughterhouse is the first book of its kind to explore the impact that unprecedented changes in the meatpacking industry over the last twenty-five years - particularly industry consolidation, increased line speeds, and deregulation - have had on workers, animals, and consumers. It is also the first time ever that workers have spoken publicly about what's really taking place behind the closed doors of America's slaughterhouses."
This podcast will stay with you...
Potatoes, Health, and Big Ag: a chat w Jeff Braggs
Jeff Braggs has spent a lifetime growing potatoes and working in agriculture. His father used rotational and regenerative techniques in the early 20th century, and Jeff watched as family farms disappeared and Big Ag took over and began heavy use of chemicals, fertilizers, and poisons. He shares his life experience to help use better understand how diet connects to health.
Divorce, COVID, and Economic Stress: a chat w Karen McMahon
Karen McMahon is a relationship coach and founder of "Journey Beyond Divorce". We discuss the dynamics of relationships and divorce, especially with the stresses of COVID and financial troubles. She offers valuable insights and strategies for people at every stage of life... young couples, newlyweds, married couples, those who are seperating or getting divorced, and those who are divorced seeking new relationships. She knows her stuff, and brings empathy, compassion and insight to each individual situation... Check out Journey Beyond Divorce here...
EVs, Sustainability, and Economic Change: a chat w Peter Gruber
Peter Gruber is the founder and CEO of Gruber Motors. Gruber Motors specializes in repairing and maintaining Tesla Roadsters. Peter offers a unique perspective on how the economy is evolving to support EVs and sustainability. Learn more about Gruber Motors here.