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Resistance Radio – Guest: Bittu Sahgal – 07.13.18

Bittu Sahgal is the Founder of the Sanctuary Nature Foundation, Editor of Sanctuary Asia, India’s first and largest circulating wildlife and ecology magazine and Founder-Editor of Sanctuary Cub, India’s oldest and only wildlife magazine for children. He has been closely involved with Project Tiger since its inception in the 1970s, and has spent over four decades writing about conservation issues …

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Resistance Radio – Guest: Fiona Corke – 07.09.18

Fiona Corke is an Australian actor, wildlife campaigner and activist. For 8 years she has volunteered as Vice President for the Australian Society for Kangaroos raising awareness of the beauty and also the cruel fate of kangaroos slaughtered for damage mitigation by farmers and government departments and the commercial kangaroo industry for their meat and skins.In 2007 Fiona cofounded the …

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Resistance Radio – Guest: Paul R. Ehrlich – 07.01.18

Paul R. Ehrlich has been a household name since the publication of his 1968 bestseller, The Population Bomb. He is Bing Professor of Population Studies Emeritus and President of the Center for Conservation Biology at Stanford University. Ehrlich is a member of the National Academy of Sciences and a recipient of the Crafoord Prize (an explicit substitute for the Nobel …

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Resistance Radio – Guest: Barry Rosenberg – 06.24.18

Barry Rosenberg lives with his wife Cathe off grid in remote wooded location in Priest Lake, ID. He’s the founding chair of the Selkirk Conservation Alliance; Forest Watch Director for the Inland Empire Public Lands Council, and executive director for the Kootenai Environmental Alliance in CdA, ID.   Download this episode (right click and save)

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Resistance Radio – Jonathan R Latham, – 06.17.18

Jonathan R Latham, PhD is co-founder and Executive Director of the Bioscience Resource Project and the Editor of Independent Science News. Dr Latham is also the Director of the Poison Papers project which publicizes documents of the chemical industry and its regulators. Dr. Latham holds a Masters degree in Crop Genetics and a PhD in Virology. He was subsequently a postdoctoral research associate …

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Resistance Radio – Guest: Deanna Meyer – 06.10.18

Deanna Meyer is a long time environmental activist and is a member of Deep Green Resistance and is also the founder and executive director of Prairie Protection Colorado. Meyer’s work currently centers on the protection and preservation of prairie dog communities up and down Colorado’s Front Range.Today we talk about state and federal wildlife departments that kill wildlife.

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Resistance Radio – Guest: Julie Bindel – 06.03.18

Julie Bindel is a journalist, broadcaster, author and feminist campaigner living in London. She writes for the Guardian, New Statesman, Unheard, The Spectator and the Sunday Telegraph, reporting on culture, music, food, film and sexual and gender identity. She is co-founder of Justice for Women, a feminist campaigning organisation, that supports and advocates for women who have fought back against or killed …

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Resistance Radio – Guest: Melinda Mann – 05.27.18

Melinda Mann is a longtime environmental and social justice activist whose “peak trans moment” three years ago rekindled her deep radical feminism. In response to trans-identified males’ demands for unfettered access to women’s private spaces, she launched a research project to document the sexual and other violent crimes of males who pose as women, creating a Facebook page called “This …

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Resistance Radio – Guest: Thomas Linzey – 05.20.18

Thomas Linzey. He is the executive director and an attorney for the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund, which has assisted close to 200 communities across the country in eight states to adopt binding local laws that elevate community rights to sustainability over corporate rights and powers.   Download this episode (right click and save)18

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Resistance Radio – Guest: Kathleen Dean Moore and Tom Kerns – 05.13.18

Kathleen Dean Moore, Ph.D., is a philosopher and writer, best known for award-winning books about our cultural and spiritual relation to wet, wild places — Riverwalking, Holdfast, Pine Island Paradox, and Wild Comfort. Until recently Distinguished Professor of Environmental Ethics at Oregon State University, Moore’s love for the reeling world led her to leave the university for a new life of climate writing …