We failed to connect with this week’s guest. After a lengthy climate-change update, Guy took calls from listeners.
This week we interview award-winning author Daniel Quinn. Quinn’s initial book, Ishmael received the Turner Tomorrow Fellowship. More of Quinn’s work can be found at http://www.ishmael.org/
One year into the show, hosts Mike, Pauline, and Guy interview regular contributors to the show: Forrest Palmer, Cory Morningstar, and Alexis from Alexandria. We transmit a message from AfriZen and discuss survey results amid a raucous online anniversary party.
Pauline Schneider interviews Cliff Weathers who comes to Riverkeeper after 30 years as a writer, editor and multimedia producer. He served as a deputy editor of Consumer Reports for 10 years, focusing on automotive reliability, green technologies and product safety. As AlterNet’s senior editor, Cliff documented how communities are impacted by extreme forms of fossil fuel extraction and crude oil …
Join us as we welcome guest Mickey Z. Zezima. Zezima is a writer, activist, editor, blogger and novelist living in New York City. We also get some climate updates from the good Dr. Plus some other goodies.
This week Mike and I interview Robert Jensen, professor in the School of Journalism at the University of Texas at Austin and board member of the Third Coast Activist Resource Center in Austin.
Mike and I interview Ray Jason, the Sea Gypsy Philosopher.
An interview with peace activist Cindy Sheehan!
Pauline Schneider and Guy McPherson host NBL with guest, Paul Marcotte, friend and personal assistant during
Guy’s Pacific Northwest Tour. Guy checks in with all the latest from the tour and we learn more about Paul Marcotte, international pet sitter with blog Where’s Paul Now? and currently acting as personal assistant to the professor.
Today on NBL we have husband and wife Aaron Lahman and Sara Leoni. They will share their story of travel, justice, liberation and living consciously. They are truly chasing a different carrot. Plus we touch on the climate news of the day and the continued insanity of the industrial model.