Guest Zoltan Grossman, Professor of Geography & Native Studies at The Evergreen State College, speaks with Diane Horn about his most recent book “Unlikely Alliances: Native Nations & White Communities Join to Defend Rural Lands."
Guest John Amos, President and Founder of Skytruth, and Co-Founder of Global Fishing Watch, speaks with Diane Horn about illuminating environmental problems and issues through the use of satellite images, aerial photographs, and other kinds of remote sensing and digital mapping.
Guest Majora Carter, a leading urban revitalization strategy consultant, and Founder of Sustainable South Bronx, speaks with Diane Horn about urban revitalization and how to incorporate equity into neighborhood development.
Guests Cluny McCaffrey, Executive Director, and Sophorn Sim, Community Outreach Associate of the Environmental Coalition of South Seattle (ECOSS), speak with Diane Horn about educating and empowering businesses and diverse communities to implement environmentally sustainable practices.
Guests Alan Spears, Cultural Resources Director, and Rob Smith, Northwest Regional Director, National Parks Conservation Association, speak with Diane Horn about protecting America's National Park System for present and future generations.
Guest Paul Hawken, environmentalist, entrepreneur, and Co-founder and Executive Director, Project Drawdown, speaks with Diane Horn about the book “Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming”, for which he is the Editor.