What happens when you transition from a listener who hears Katy Payne's voice through the radio to a producer who has to contact her by phone?
Two supremely interesting video clips reflecting on the current shift from an industrial growth society to a life-sustaining civilization.
"We're drying them out. But I'm looking closely — a lot of these pages, it's not reparable. This is just heartbreaking to look at."
"We praise you for the oceans and for the fresh streams, for the endless mountains, the trees, the grass under our feet. We praise you for our senses, to be able to see the moving splendour, to hear the songs of lovers, to smell the beautiful fragrance of the spring flowers."
A joyful lamentation over sealed spaces and the lessons Rosh Hashanah — and the High Holy Days — teaches when we have access to the gifts of our natural environment.
Training and employing unskilled laborers as apprentices and teaching "anyone with a work ethic" how to build.
The lessons from the Green Patriarch's environmental summit in Turkey may not rest in facts and data, but in our religious traditions' knowledge that inspiring people to do what's best for the good of the whole.
Williams introduces us to the word "ecotone" as an analogy from nature to describe a clash of cultures. But what does it mean?
Krista reflects on the listener response and skepticism following the 2008 rebroadcast of the Barbara Kingsolver interview.