Sustainable World Radio- Ecology and Permaculture Podcast
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From the Sustainable World Radio archives, a lecture by the late Anita Roddick, founder of the Body Shop and human rights activist and educator. Anita was the author of Troubled Water: Saints, Sinners, Truths and Lies About The Global Water Crisis. Ms. Roddick's lecture was part of the Santa Barbara City College Student Sustainability Coalitions Lecture Series and was first aired on Sustainable World on KCSB Radio. 

Direct download: Anita_Roddick.mp3
Category:Water Quality and Conservation -- posted at: 4:52pm PDT

 Elephants- The Ultimate Forest Gardeners

African forests need elephants. Elephants are vital forest gardeners, spreading seeds, clearing trails and keeping forests healthy. We talk with Dr. Samantha Strindberg, a conservation scientist with the Wildlife Conservation Society and co-author of a new study about the devastating decline of African Forest Elephants. Suffering from a population decrease of 62%, these elephants are being poached for their tusks. To learn more read Dr. Strindberg's article in the New York Times here. 

Direct download: Elephants_Are_Forest_Gardeners.mp3
Category:Ecology -- posted at: 7:22pm PDT