On the last episode of Ears to the Ground for the semester, we feature two podcasts from EarthJustice. Check them out at the links below!
This week, we feature an interview with Stefanie Spear, the founder, CEO, and editor-in-chief of Cleveland-based news organization EcoWatch.
Two interviews in this divestment-focused episode. The first is with Katie McChesney, regional organizer with 350.org. The second is with Jack Turner, member of Case’s Student Sustainability Council, who is involved with the campaign to divest CWRU from fossil fuels. We end the show with some news segments on killings of environmental activists and the recently-released IPCC report.
A week late, but still here. Episode 12 features an interview with environmentalist, philanthropist, children’s book author, professor, and world-renowned harpist Yolanda Kondonassis. Check it below.
Another episode of Ears to the Ground brought to you by Earthjustice’s Down to Earth podcast series. This week, we broadcast two great interviews, one with author Sandra Steingraber and one with Oregon organic farmer Frank Morton. Find them at the links below.
This week, two more Down to Earth podcasts courtesy of Earthjustice. The first focuses on the intersections of race and environmental justice, while the second features an interview with Bill McKibben.
Featuring an interview with journalist and author Will Potter, as well as news about Idaho’s ag gag bill and press freedom in the US. Find out more about Will and his great work here.
Featuring an interview with Morgan from the Michigan Coalition Against Tar Sands, as well as some news about tar sands and the Keystone XL in Nebraska. Check out the MI CATS here.