14 episodes

Podcast for the Southeast New England Program (SNEP) Network's Climate Leadership Exchange. This podcast is produced by the dedicated team at Throwe Environmental [throwe-environmental.com], one of the core partner organizations of the SNEP Network. The SNEP Network [snepnetwork.org] is a project of the New England Environmental Finance Center and is funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Southeast New England Program.

The Leadership Exchange Podcast Throwe Environmental

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Podcast for the Southeast New England Program (SNEP) Network's Climate Leadership Exchange. This podcast is produced by the dedicated team at Throwe Environmental [throwe-environmental.com], one of the core partner organizations of the SNEP Network. The SNEP Network [snepnetwork.org] is a project of the New England Environmental Finance Center and is funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Southeast New England Program.

    S2 | E2: Natural Resource Protection

    S2 | E2: Natural Resource Protection

    The Wampanoag Tribe relies on the natural resources found on Martha’s Vineyard for sustenance, medicine, and more. In this episode of The Leadership Exchange Podcast you’ll hear from the Tribe’s Director of Natural Resources, Bret Sterns; Chairwoman Cheryl Andrews-Maltias; Tribal member Barbara Gentry; and Tribal Ranger and Keeper of the Gay Head Light, Chris Manning. They’ll discuss the various resources found on the island, such as scallops, herring, and cranberries, and how these resources have changed over time. They’ll also tell us about sustenance rights and describe the programs the Tribe’s “small but mighty” natural resources department has put in place to ensure these rights for future generations. Finally, we’ll end with ways the Tribe is overcoming obstacles to keep its history and culture alive for generations to come.

    To learn more about the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head, Aquinnah, you can visit their website at wampanoagtribe-nsn.gov. Special thanks to community leaders from the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head, Aquinnah that were generous enough to share their stories throughout this season.

    The Leadership Exchange Podcast is presented by the Southeast New England Program (SNEP) Network and Throwe Environmental. The SNEP Network is a project of the New England Environmental Finance Center and is funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Southeast New England Program. This episode was produced by Kyle Gray. To learn more about our work with WTGHA, please visit throwe-environmental.com/WTGHA or SNEPNetwork.org. And don’t forget to catch up on earlier seasons of The Leadership Exchange Podcast with Wareham, Massachusetts!

    • 34 min
    S2 | E1: The Wampanoag Tribe and Climate Change

    S2 | E1: The Wampanoag Tribe and Climate Change

    Get ready to meet the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head, Aquinnah, in this introductory episode of Season 2 of The Leadership Exchange Podcast. In this episode, you’ll hear directly from Wampanoag Tribal Council member and Elder, Kristina Hook; Historic Preservation Officer, Bettina Washington; and Tribal Ranger and Keeper of the Gay Head Light, Chris Manning. Our guests will discuss ways in which they are already seeing the impacts of climate change in their community. We’ll also ask them about the idea of “trust responsibility” before ending the episode with a simple question - what does the land mean to you? As you’ll come to learn throughout this episode, the answer is quite plainly “everything.”

    To learn more about the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head, Aquinnah, you can visit their website at wampanoagtribe-nsn.gov. Special thanks to community leaders from the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head, Aquinnah that were generous enough to share their stories throughout this season.

    The Leadership Exchange Podcast is presented by the Southeast New England Program (SNEP) Network and Throwe Environmental. The SNEP Network is a project of the New England Environmental Finance Center and is funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Southeast New England Program. This episode was produced by Kyle Gray. To learn more about our work with WTGHA, please visit throwe-environmental.com/WTGHA or SNEPNetwork.org. And don’t forget to catch up on earlier seasons of The Leadership Exchange Podcast with Wareham, Massachusetts!

    • 37 min
    S2 | E0: Season 2 Preview

    S2 | E0: Season 2 Preview

    Welcome back to Season 2 of The Leadership Exchange Podcast, hosted by Kyle Gray (Throwe Environmental. LLC). This season you'll learn about the climate challenges faced by Martha’s Vineyard’s earliest inhabitants, the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head, Aquinnah (WTGHA). You’ll hear directly from Tribal members, learning about their unique perspectives and experiences, and how these experiences open doors to new opportunities.

    To learn more about the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head, Aquinnah, you can visit their website at wampanoagtribe-nsn.gov. Special thanks to community leaders from the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head, Aquinnah that were generous enough to share their stories throughout this season. 

    The Leadership Exchange Podcast is presented by the Southeast New England Program (SNEP) Network and Throwe Environmental. The SNEP Network is a project of the New England Environmental Finance Center and is funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Southeast New England Program. This episode was produced by Kyle Gray. To learn more about our work with WTGHA, please visit throwe-environmental.com/WTGHA or SNEPNetwork.org. And don’t forget to catch up on earlier seasons of The Leadership Exchange Podcast with Wareham, Massachusetts!

    • 3 min
    S1 | E10: Smart Growth (ft. Warwick, RI/RIPTA)

    S1 | E10: Smart Growth (ft. Warwick, RI/RIPTA)

    Strategic planning and zoning directs growth and fosters communities in which people can "work, play, and live" all in once place. Smart growth considers an array of community needs and incorporates mixed-use design for compact development and optimized efficiency. In this episode, we sit down with Scott Avedisian, Former Mayor of Warwick, RI and current CEO of the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) to discuss his decades of experience working on transportation-oriented development (TOD) and smart growth.

    To register for Webinar 4: Smart Growth and Strategic Zoning for Livable Communities on January 6, 2021 (1-2pm EST), please visit http://snepnetwork.org/training-and-events/.

    Leave us some feedback! We'd love to hear from you and value your suggestions to make the show better. Record a quick audio message here: https://anchor.fm/snep-leadership-exchange/message

    • 25 min
    S1 | E9: Smart Growth (ft. Ranson, WV)

    S1 | E9: Smart Growth (ft. Ranson, WV)

    Strategic planning and zoning directs growth and fosters communities in which people can "work, play, and live" all in once place. Smart growth considers an array of community needs and incorporates mixed-use design for compact development and optimized efficiency. In this episode, the SNEP team discusses smart growth and form-based coding with Edward Erfurt, Assistant City Manager for Community Development in Ranson, WV.

    To register for Webinar 4: Smart Growth and Strategic Zoning for Livable Communities on January 6, 2021 (1-2pm EST), please visit http://snepnetwork.org/training-and-events/.

    Leave us some feedback! We'd love to hear from you and value your suggestions to make the show better. Record a quick audio message here: https://anchor.fm/snep-leadership-exchange/message

    • 34 min
    S1 | E8: Waterfront Redevelopment- Part 4 (ft. Chattanooga, TN)

    S1 | E8: Waterfront Redevelopment- Part 4 (ft. Chattanooga, TN)

    Waterfront municipalities face unique challenges and opportunities related to the revitalization of their communities. Planning for redevelopment requires these communities to consider sustainable design, economic growth, and environmental resilience. In this episode, we hear from several experts on the past, current, and future riverfront redevelopment efforts in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Joanne is joined by Jim Williamson (River City Company's Vice President, Planning and Development), Karen Hundt (CHCRPA's Director for Community Planning and Design), and Justin Steinmann (Chattanooga's Strategic Capital Planning Manager).

    To watch Webinar 3: Revitalizing Waterfront Communities through Comprehensive Redevelopment,  originally held on December 2, 2020, please visit https://www.snepnetwork.org/past-webinars.

    To register to attend Webinar 4: Smart Growth and Strategic Zoning for Livable Communities, visit https://www.snepnetwork.org/training-and-events.

    • 44 min

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