Your one-stop podcast to learn more about how we can repair and fuel our original spaceship, the remarkable planet Earth. Co-hosts Paloma and Anna share stories of Earthlings who work on climate change, clean energy, public health, and environmental justice.
Episodes released monthly.
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What’s Clean, Reliable, and Saves Lives All Over? (part 1)
Nuclear energy. It gets a bad rap; it doesn’t get enough credit for helping with air quality and climate change. So we started Nuclear Appreciation Month (happening this March)— and in part two, we interview an Earthling who works in nuclear energy innovation!
Produced by Anna, with music from Riderz (Oakland, CA).
"This Is Only The Beginning" - Climate Justice with Danielle Platt
In this special two-part interview, youth climate organizer Danielle Platt shares stories of hope, courage, inspiration, and the stirring yet sobering experience of getting out the vote in recent US elections.
This episode was produced by Anna Michel, and features an opening song by Miranda And The Beat.
Environmental Justice Leadership - The Power of Bridging Divides
A duo of environmental justice leaders tell us about their community-driven work; how it’s changed during the pandemic; who inspires them; their “lightbulb moment”; and their visions of transformation and resilience.
This episode was produced by Anna Michel, and features music by Miranda And The Beat.
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“If you’re not at the table, you’re on the menu”
I loved hearing about how kids are getting involved in environmental monitoring of their own communities. One of the guests, Carl, is 80 and blind and still seems as active as ever..No excuses😉.The other guest, Paloma, connected her relationship with Gaia —to her mission in environmental justice and activism, with some nice reminders to pause, pray, connect and listen. Great first podcast Anna and Paloma, can’t wait to hear more.
Great start for a new team!
I’m encouraged to hear more intergenerational dialogues between young and old environmental justice activists and advocates.
Keep them coming!
Seems like it’ll be a great podcast
I really like the hosts. They’re charismatic and authentic. Maybe I’m a total nerd, but I also like that they’re using a sci-fi metaphor of Earth being a spaceship and the listeners being “earthlings”, haha.