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Seeds of Change

Gary Nabhan has taken the fight to the corporate seed merchants through the local food movement and seed saving community.

Talking Grass, Soil, Hope

Courtney White and host Alex Wise discuss the profound impact that could result from some simple changes in ranching and farming practices

Imitations: On GMOs and Concrete

Brooke Borel and host Alex Wise talk about the fake podcast persona, about how the Folta/Blazek position on GMOs has erupted into a firestorm, and how one unassuming podcast has raised much larger issues around the need for transparency when big business and academic science co-mingle.

Richard Heinberg: After the Burn

After a two-century-long burning bender, the globe is in for a heck of a hangover.

Inside Obama’s Clean Power Plan

This week on Sea Change Radio we talk with two environmental reporters, Alex Guillén from Politico and Tim McDonnell of Mother Jones. They provide an overview of the climate plan and its goals, discuss some political and legal responses, and talk about how it may be viewed globally as we anticipate the UN Climate Summit in Paris.

Solar Access Warming For Renters

Is your home one of the millions that haven’t been able to get solar because you’re a renter? The good news is that policymakers are starting to look for creative ways to expand solar access.

Buying The Farm: Dean Kuipers

This week’s guest on Sea Change Radio, author Dean Kuipers, explores how farms get the money they need to grow the food we eat.

Fracking: Measuring Methane

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, Lisa Song, joins us to help us understand the impact of fracking on the air we breathe.

Electricity For All: Daniel Kammen - Part 2

Second part of a discussion about the prospect of decentralized energy systems supplying clean electricity to the developing world.

Electricity For All: Daniel Kammen - Part 1

Daniel Kammen paints a hopeful picture of a future where affordable renewable energy reaches the 1.2 billion people who currently live without access to electricity, with an overall positive impact on the environment.