The Sustainability Segment presents one-on-one interviews with inspiring leaders and grass roots activists on a variety of environmental, social, and economic issues affecting life and the future of our planet.
Guest Rebecca Monteleone, Chair, Sierra Club Seattle Group, speaks with Diane Horn about the Move All Seattle Sustainably Coalition and their recommendations to improve transportation for Seattle pedestrians, bicyclists and transit riders.
Guest Patti Goldman. Managing Attorney, Northwest Office, Earthjustice. speaks with Diane Horn about efforts to ban chlorpyrifos, a pesticide widely used in agriculture associated with both pesticide poisoning and chronic health effects.
Guest Mindy Roberts, People for Puget Sound Program Director, Washington Environmental Council, and Member, Governor Inslee’s Orca Recovery Task Force, speaks with Diane Horn about Task Force draft recommendations to help aid orca recovery and promote their future sustainability.
Guest Ahmed Gaya, Field Director, Yes on 1631, speaks with Diane Horn about Initiative 1631, which would charge pollution fees on sources of greenhouse gas pollutants and use the revenue to reduce pollution, promote clean energy, and address climate impacts.
Guest Margaret Morales, Senior Research Associate, Sightline Institute, speaks with Diane Horn about how backyard cottages could help close the affordable housing gap and provide homes for extremely low income individuals.
Guests Alberto Rodriguez, Duwamish Valley Advisor, Office of Sustainability and Environment, City of Seattle, and Paulina Lopez, South Park resident and Manager, Duwamish Valley Youth Corps, speak with Diane Horn about the Duwamish Valley Action Plan: Advancing Environmental Justice & Equitable Development in Seattle.
Guest Bruce Speight, Executive Director, Environment Washington, and State Director, Environment Washington Research & Policy Center, speaks with Diane Horn about the report “Electric Buses: Clean Transportation for Healthier Neighborhoods and Cleaner Air.”