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The Carbon Divide

NYT's Andrew Revkin on American attitudes about climate change and related policy.

Naomi Oreskes on “Merchants of Doubt”

Naomi Oreskes, co-author of the book Merchants of Doubt believes that seeds of doubt about climate change have been planted quite intentionally.

Fracking: There’s Something In The Air

Fracking and air pollution with Caroline Cox, the Research Director for the Center for Environmental Health.

Troubled Coastlines From Louisiana To Maine

Bob Marshall on the massive undertaking of reversing a century and a half of policies that have left the Mississippi River Delta region battered,and former Maine State Representative Seth Berry about his state’s coastal problems.

Louisiana Encroachment

Louisiana’s coastline is shrinking at an alarming rate. Sea Change Radio welcomes Pulitzer prize-winning journalist Bob Marshall of the New Orleans-based The Lens for a 2 part discussion on Louisiana’s imperiled shores.

The Latest Oil Glut: Once Bitten, Twice Shy

With the recent plunge in oil prices, it feels like the right time to check back in with Richard Heinberg of the Post-Carbon Institute.

Connecting with Nature: Farmsters + Citizen Science

This week on Sea Change Radio, we feature Lauren Markham who has chronicled the new generation of hipster farmers, or “farmsters, and Sharman Apt Russell on citizen science.

Cultivating Progress with Paul Hawken

Hear Paul discuss corporate social responsibility, the evolution of the open-source and sharing economy movements, and how communication technology has transformed global human interaction.

Digging Deep with Paul Hawken

Paul Hawken on his path from civil rights activist to environmental champion to gardening guru, and what it will to take to make real social change.

Fracking Moves To China, Part II

 Host Alex Wise caught up with Mother Jones journalists Jaeah Lee and James West to talk about how U.S. oil and gas interests are exporting fracking around the globe and how the technology may pose risks in China that even exceed those associated with coal.