A magical description of the primordial silences of people and places outside urban corridors by Taline Voskeritchian.
Williams introduces us to the word "ecotone" as an analogy from nature to describe a clash of cultures. But what does it mean?
The parable of the hummingbird, the loss of sacredness through the destruction of forests, and deeper religious truths through science.
This past Monday on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Krista interviewed Terry Tempest Williams for an upcoming show slotted for release on February 3rd. An author and environmentalist, Tempest Williams’ writing and storytelling is imbued with her experience growing up in the American West.
As a wilderness activist who grew up in Utah and teaches at the University of Utah, she bridges the worlds of the oil industry she questions and the members of her family who have made oil their livelihood. We are especially interested in how Tempest Williams navigates these two realms with civil language and an effort to stay at the dinner table, as she puts it.
Do we throw our hands up in the air or be the hummingbird? An illustrated story told by Wangari Maathai.
Wendell Berry shares his wisdom on the 2010 BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in this 4-minute video.
Two supremely interesting video clips reflecting on the current shift from an industrial growth society to a life-sustaining civilization.
Need a basic primer on the history of climate change and 350ppm? Listen to Bill McKibben's explanation.
A Yale study identified "six Americas" when it comes to climate change. Where are you on the spectrum?
Training and employing unskilled laborers as apprentices and teaching "anyone with a work ethic" how to build.
An inspiring video of a man who swam at the North Pole to raise awareness of climate change.
Krista reflects on the listener response and skepticism following the 2008 rebroadcast of the Barbara Kingsolver interview.