Jun 30, 2009
Anna Cummins and Marcus Eriksen of the Algalita Marine Research Foundation tell us about the perils of plastic on land and in the sea. Marcus and Anna also talk about some of their many adventures; JUNKride; a 2,000 mile bike ride from Vancouver, B.C. to Tijuana, Mexico, the voyage of the JUNKraft; a boat made of plastic...
Jun 14, 2009
Juan Rojas of the Institute of Mesoamerican Permaculture and the
Permaculture Institute of El Salvador speaks about his work in the
Campesino a Campesino (Farmer to Farmer) movement and the impact
that Permaculture is having in Central America.
Jun 6, 2009
Former trainer of television's Flipper, Ric O'Barry has spent the last 37 years working to stop the capture and confinement of dolphins. O'Barry is the subject of the new documentary, The Cove. Winner of the Audience Award at the Sundance Film Festival, the film exposes the dolphin slaughter in Taiji, Japan and the...
Jun 5, 2009
Award winning international permaculture pioneer, teacher, designer, and educator Robyn Francis speaks about sustainable aid and permaculture for the 2/3 World. Robyn is the creator of Djanbung Gardens, Australia's leading permaculture center. Interview by Jill Cloutier of Sustainable World Radio and Wesley Rowe and...
Jun 2, 2009
Vermicomposting expert Kali Cowgill speaks with Jill Cloutier about how to compost food scraps using red wiggler worms. Jill Cloutier, with co-host Suzanne Cloutier, interviews a Lumbrucus terrestris earthworm. (Thanks to Kelly Burch, voice of Lumbrucus.)