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Sea Change Radio is a nationally syndicated weekly radio show and podcast covering the shift to social, environmental, and economic sustainability.

Sea Change Radio is a nationally syndicated weekly radio show and podcast covering the shift to social, environmental, and economic sustainability.

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Spokane, WA

Description:

Sea Change Radio is a nationally syndicated weekly radio show and podcast covering the shift to social, environmental, and economic sustainability.

Language:

English

Contact:

Sea Change Radio 2 Mizpah St. San Francisco, CA 94131


Episodes

Gregory Schwartz: Bright Green Future

4/20/2021
Do you ever look around and think that if our agricultural and transportation systems could get a little more efficient, we might just be able to slow down the rate of climate change? Well, our guest today has spent a lot of time thinking about that, and what people are calling “tactical urbanism.” This week … Continue reading Gregory Schwartz: Bright Green Future → The post Gregory Schwartz: Bright Green Future appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:28:59

Eriel Deranger of Indigenous Climate Action

4/13/2021
The list of crimes committed in the name of so called “progress” includes modern offenses such as the Trump Administration’s effort to sell off Native American lands to oil and gas prospectors, as well as historical atrocities like the slaughter and theft perpetrated against indigenous populations across the globe. Our guest today on Sea Change … Continue reading Eriel Deranger of Indigenous Climate Action → The post Eriel Deranger of Indigenous Climate Action appeared first on Sea Change...

Duration:00:28:59

Rebecca Leber: A Green New Infrastructure Deal?

4/6/2021
Infrastructure is sort of the unsung hero of a functioning society. It’s hard to get across town without a reliable road, hard to keep people healthy without clean drinking water, hard to fight climate change without ready renewable energy sources, and hard to right historical wrongs without accessible transit systems that support greater equity. This week … Continue reading Rebecca Leber: A Green New Infrastructure Deal? → The post Rebecca Leber: A Green New Infrastructure Deal? appeared...

Duration:00:28:59

Nithin Coca: Indonesian Coal Crisis

3/28/2021
We often associate coal consumption with China and India, countries that have indeed invested heavily into the harmful fuel but flying under the radar is Indonesia, the world’s fourth most populous nation which in the past two decades has become one of the world’s leading exporters and consumers of coal. This week on Sea Change … Continue reading Nithin Coca: Indonesian Coal Crisis → The post Nithin Coca: Indonesian Coal Crisis appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:28:59

Georgina Gustin on the Farm Bureau + Gigi Berardi on Eating Wisely

3/23/2021
Feeling peckish? No living creature can live without nourishment, but feeding ourselves conscientiously requires a little research. This week on Sea Change Radio, we dig into the archives as journalist Georgina Gustin tells us about the troubling agenda of the Farm Bureau, one of the most powerful lobbying organizations in the country. Then, we revisit … Continue reading Georgina Gustin on the Farm Bureau + Gigi Berardi on Eating Wisely → The post Georgina Gustin on the Farm Bureau + Gigi...

Duration:00:28:59

Andrea Fuller + Jennifer Abbott: Documenting Hope

3/16/2021
Documentary filmmaker Errol Morris once said, “What interests me about documentary is the fact that you don’t know how the story ends at the onset – that you are investigating, with a camera, and the story emerges as you go along.” This week on Sea Change Radio we speak with two documentary filmmakers whose new … Continue reading Andrea Fuller + Jennifer Abbott: Documenting Hope → The post Andrea Fuller + Jennifer Abbott: Documenting Hope appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:28:59

Megan Milliken Biven proposes an Abandoned Well Administration

3/9/2021
For over a hundred years, American land and waters have been tapped for that dark and viscous substance that has propelled our economy and generated the climate crisis. But oil wells don’t last forever, and now approximately 3 million defunct oil and gas rigs sit idle in states like Oklahoma, Texas, Pennsylvania, and others. This … Continue reading Megan Milliken Biven proposes an Abandoned Well Administration → The post Megan Milliken Biven proposes an Abandoned Well Administration...

Duration:00:28:59

Tim Dickinson of Rolling Stone: Anti-Vaxxer Factor

3/2/2021
For many of us, the increasing availability of Covid vaccinations glows brightly, a light at the end of what has been a long and dreary tunnel. For others, however, that glowing represents a falsehood promoted by governmental and medical charlatans conspiring to dupe the public. People convinced of the danger of these vaccines comprise a … Continue reading Tim Dickinson of Rolling Stone: Anti-Vaxxer Factor → The post Tim Dickinson of Rolling Stone: Anti-Vaxxer Factor appeared first on Sea...

Duration:00:28:59

Alex Gilbert on the Texas Blackouts

2/23/2021
All eyes have been on the Lone Star State recently, watching the grim and undeniable impact of climate change on a population completely unprepared. This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak with energy market expert Alex Gilbert about the devastating power outages in Texas amid a record freeze. We learn about Texas’s unique power … Continue reading Alex Gilbert on the Texas Blackouts → The post Alex Gilbert on the Texas Blackouts appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:28:59

FloWater: An Answer To Our Plastic Bottle Woes?

2/16/2021
In the 1990s, I recall my grandfather remarking upon the new ubiquity of plastic water bottles, “When did everybody get so thirsty all of a sudden?” Indeed, plastic bottles have been proliferating at an exponential rate since the 1970s – the US alone is responsible for tens of billions of single-use plastic bottle waste every … Continue reading FloWater: An Answer To Our Plastic Bottle Woes? → The post FloWater: An Answer To Our Plastic Bottle Woes? appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:28:59

Bill Plotkin: The Journey of Soul Initiation

2/9/2021
Webster defines adolescence as “the state or process of growing up.” As a species, we may be smack dab in the middle of our collective adolescence. This week on Sea Change Radio, we take a breath to learn a bit about ourselves from Bill Plotkin, an author, psychologist and spiritual ecologist. We dive into Plotkin’s … Continue reading Bill Plotkin: The Journey of Soul Initiation → The post Bill Plotkin: The Journey of Soul Initiation appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:28:59

Steve Phillips: Lessons From 2020 Election

2/2/2021
The new American majority is multiracial, multicultural, and progressive, and our guest today is working to make sure that it also has a powerful voice in shaping the future of politics in this country. This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak to Steve Phillips, author, political activist, and founder of Democracy In Color. We … Continue reading Steve Phillips: Lessons From 2020 Election → The post Steve Phillips: Lessons From 2020 Election appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:28:59

Derek Walker: New Sheriffs on Climate Action

1/26/2021
Which of the Trump-era environmental transgressions made your heart hurt the most? Was it when they loosened CO2 emission restrictions on power plants, removed protections from wetlands, or expanded drilling in all sorts of delicate ecosystems? Or perhaps it was the withdrawal from the Paris Climate Change Agreement that wounded you most deeply? It’s hard … Continue reading Derek Walker: New Sheriffs on Climate Action → The post Derek Walker: New Sheriffs on Climate Action appeared first on...

Duration:00:28:59

Richard Heinberg: What If Preventing Collapse Isn’t Profitable?

1/19/2021
It’s out with the old and in with, if not something completely new, something very different. This week on Sea Change Radio, we mark the end of the Trump reign of terror with a look to the future with author Richard Heinberg, a senior fellow at the Post-Carbon Institute. We discuss his ideas for the … Continue reading Richard Heinberg: What If Preventing Collapse Isn’t Profitable? → The post Richard Heinberg: What If Preventing Collapse Isn’t Profitable? appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:28:59

Jim Furnish + Kate Sheppard on the Last Frontier

1/12/2021
According to the State of Alaska website, the state’s name derives from the Aleut alyeska, meaning “great land.” Today on Sea Change Radio we talk about The Last Frontier, and some of the threats to its greatness. A week before the November election, the Trump Administration opened more than 9.3 million acres of old growth stands … Continue reading Jim Furnish + Kate Sheppard on the Last Frontier → The post Jim Furnish + Kate Sheppard on the Last Frontier appeared first on Sea Change...

Duration:00:28:59

Castle Redmond + Maurice Plaines: Black Lives Still Matter

1/5/2021
While history books will largely remember 2020 as the year of a global pandemic, it was also the year that Americans began to truly embrace the Black Lives Matter movement. The murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor – and most recently the verdict in the shooting of Jacob Blake – brought about an outpouring … Continue reading Castle Redmond + Maurice Plaines: Black Lives Still Matter → The post Castle Redmond + Maurice Plaines: Black Lives Still Matter appeared first on Sea Change...

Duration:00:28:59

What’s in “Stoehr” For 2021?

12/29/2020
As 2020 comes to a close, we are reminded of the old proverb, “It’s always darkest just before the dawn.” Covid deaths in the US have reached over 335,000 and ICU vacancies across the country are dangerously low; the current president is throwing a temper-tantrum and reminding us, once again, that our civic and political … Continue reading What’s in “Stoehr” For 2021? → The post What’s in “Stoehr” For 2021? appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:28:59

John Stoehr on Presidential Pickles, Pt. I

12/22/2020
The political antics of 2020 have been unlike anything most of us have ever seen. As we wrap up this year, we ask an old friend of Sea Change Radio to help us put a bow on it with an in-depth political analysis. This week on Sea Change Radio, the first in a two-part, free-flowing … Continue reading John Stoehr on Presidential Pickles, Pt. I → The post John Stoehr on Presidential Pickles, Pt. I appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:28:59

Joe Brewer: Farms of the Future

12/15/2020
For environmentalists “agriculture” can be something of a dirty word, associated with other words such as, pesticides, water consumption, pollutants, and deforestation. Not all environmentalists have these negative associations, though. Some, like my guest today, are working to re-fashion agricultural practices so that they actually help to reverse environmental damage. This week on Sea Change … Continue reading Joe Brewer: Farms of the Future → The post Joe Brewer: Farms of the Future...

Duration:00:28:59

Lloyd Alter: Design Trends in Housing + E-Bikes

12/8/2020
2020 has certainly been a strange year. Everyone is waiting for things to go “back to normal” but what will normal be? Will there be any adaptations from this period that become permanent? Will we all be telecommuting and zooming indefinitely? Will urban centers continue to empty out? This week on Sea Change Radio, we … Continue reading Lloyd Alter: Design Trends in Housing + E-Bikes → The post Lloyd Alter: Design Trends in Housing + E-Bikes appeared first on Sea Change Radio.

Duration:00:28:59