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Today we will be interviewing Robin Filmore, the founder and publisher of Natural Awakenings DC, a great magazine published monthly that talks about environmental responsibility. The magazine is free to the gemeral public and can be found at most newstands and shops throughout Washington DC and Maryland, NOVA.
Environmental Risk Concerns: The Dangers of Pallets with Karl Kolb, PhD., Chief Science Officer of the High Sierra Group. Karl Kolb, PhD., Chief Science Officer of the High Sierra Group which provides nation’s largest purveyor of food safety products and services. Agenda: 1. Introduction. 2. What are pallets used for in food production? 3. What materials are used in their construction? 4. Environmental risk analysis concerns. 5. Listeria and pathogenic transmission characteristics of pal
Are you dealing with grief after a loss? Join Grief Recovery Specialist, Audrey Pellicano R.N., on Giving Grief a Voice. www.wisewidow.com
"We pollute, destroy and reshape our planet, eliminating animal habitats and ecosystems to fit human needs". Dr. Kristine Kevorkian.
Join me as my guest Dr. Kristine Kevorkian and I discuss what is Environmental Grief®, how it impacts us and what we can do as we grieve the loss of our planet.
Kristine A. Kevorkian, PhD, MSW, holds a doctoral degree in thanatology, the study/science of death and dying. She has worked as a deputy coroner, hospice medical social worker offering emotional support and counseling to terminally ill patients including young children to elders, and their families.
Dr. Kevorkian combined her passion for thanatology with her love of whales and the environment through her research on environmental grief® and ecological grief®. She has presented this research in the United States and abroad. Dr. Kevorkian provides one-on-one support, educational workshops, seminars, and writes on the subjects of dying/death, grief/loss, animal companion loss, and grief related to environmental loss and destruction.
Photo by award winning photographer Carole May.
EPISODE 1: the purpose of this show is to introduce the topic of Environmental Justice (EJ) and Black Feminism (Black Fmsm) to listeners. issues related to land, air, water, soil and human health, also impact the black community. this show focuses on the black (melanin rich) community, for impacts to additional ethnic communities, try and get in touch with critical and decolonized perspective from those communities. ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE: the conception that is developed is that by Dr.
On this show I will be interviewing two very successful businesswomen: Wendy Loh and Aureana Tseu, who are making waves in the field of Environmental entreprenuership. Wendy has a fast growing enterprise with Juice Plus and Tower Gardens, while Aureana (who is visiting Hawaii from Japan) is the executive Director for The Miss Earth USA pagaent. Join me as they shed light on this evolving area of business. This should be an exciting call !
Are all of these environmental crises real? Or are we being hoodwinked?
Warren Duffy talks about the environment, taking a look behind that “green curtain” exposing the who, how and why global environmentalists have been slowly strangling American citizens’ livelihood. Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately? There are always at least two sides to every story. Have you ever wondered how someone, who saw the same thing you did, walked away telling a vastly different story? Which version was correct? Which one was the REAL story? Actually, both are! It’s just a matter of perspective. Joe takes the issues… especially the controversial issues (politics, prejudice, religion, illegal immigration)… and brings in people from different sides to share their viewpoint. This is definitely not a fluff piece. And while no one is attacked, the questions are hard-hitting. But the conversation is always respectful and you’re sure to learn something new, even if you don’t agree! If you’ve always wondered how the “other side” thinks and how they’ve arrived at their “stand”, then this is the show for you!
It’s not the right side, it’s not the wrong side, but the REAL side of the issues!
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Peter Arpin and this week's co host Jack Gregg . had a discussion about the local climate . They spoke to Daniel C. Moon who is the President and executive director of the Environmental Business council of New England . Learn more about the Environmental Business Council and it's role. Log on to www.ebcne.org for more interesting information on this organization .
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Summer Rayne Oakes has taken an unlikely career path, having parlayed her background in environmental science and entomology with a successful career as a fashion model. Considered one of the foremost authorities in sustainable design, Oakes has co-founded the award-winning online materials marketplace, Source4Style; authored the best-selling style guide, Style, Naturally; is creative designer behind her line of recycled optics and shades called eco by Summer Rayne Oakes; has collaborated on collections with Payless ShoeSource, Portico Home and Aveeno, and was the muse behind the creation of the Prius C - Toyota even went so far as to name a paint color in her honor!
Formerly an on-air correspondent for Discovery Networks Planet Green, Oakes has once again turned to the media world, producing an award winning environmental art short entitled eXtinction and a weekly conversation-style video series launching in April 2013. Vanity Fair has named Oakes a “Global Citizen,” Outside called her one of the “Top Environmental Activists,” and CNBC called her one of the “Top 10 Green Entrepreneurs of 2010.” Oakes lives in Brooklyn with her two dozen exotic insects. Follow her at twitter.com/sroakes and http://www.summerrayne.net/
Red Lake tribal members and allies are demanding that Enbridge Energy LP stop the flow of oil through pipelines that were built without permission on tribal lands. Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom welcomes Marty Cobenais, pipeline organizer for the Indigenous Environmental Network and a member of Red Lake Ojibwe, to the show on Thursday, March 5, at 11 a.m. Eastern Time. The group known as the Nizhawendaamin Indaakiminaan are occupying the land directly over the pipelines on Red Lake land to demand