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All Together Now – 04.20.17

Eleanor LeCain talks about the environmental movement, women’s leadership and philanthropy with Kef Kasdin, Board Chair of Rachel’s Network, a community of women funders committed to ensuring a safer, healthier, and more just world for all. Download this episode (right click and save)

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The Infectious Myth – Pesticides and GMOs with Sheryl McCumsey – 04.18.17

David talks with Canadian pesticide activist Sheryl McCumsey about Roundup, other pesticides, agricultural practices, the influence of the chemical industry, and GMOs.   Download this episode (right click and save)

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Solartopia Green Power and Wellness Hour – 03.30.17

We dissect the SOLARTOPIAN REVOLUTION in batteries, solar panels, wind machines, electric cars and more. First we touch on the bankruptcy of Westinghouse and the terminal demise of the atomic power industry. Then long-time solar expert SCOTT SKLAR, AMIT RONEN of George Washington University and community wind pioneer DAN JUHL run us through the spectacular range of progress and promise …

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Alena Sharoykina – Donald Trump and “Deep Ecology”. Pushing GMOs, Minimizing Environmental Protection

To put it mildly, Trump is famous for his skepticism on global climate change, which he has many times called “Chinese mystification,” and has confessed that he does not believe in the “human-caused nature of global warming,” and many of his teammates share these views. Thus, Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt was nominated for the head of EPA, who is …

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Colin Todhunter – The British Government Colludes with Monsanto. Crimes against Humanity and “Ecocide”

“The British Government has colluded with Monsanto and should be held accountable in the International Criminal Court in The Hague for crimes against humanity and ecocide.” Dr Rosemary Mason. The British public and the environment are being poisoned with a deadly cocktail of 320 pesticides. Moreover, Wales has become a storage dump for Monsanto’s most toxic chemicals. These are the …

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Chase Purdy – Trump has gagged the US Agriculture Department’s research arm from publicly sharing its work

An order of silence has been handed down to the US Department of Agriculture’s research arm, prohibiting the taxpayer-funded agency from releasing its work to the public, according to a report by BuzzFeed. The message was handed down to the Agricultural Research Service (ARS) just days after Donald Trump was sworn into office as president. At least a couple of …

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Lauren McCauley – Trump Didn’t Even Have to Ask CDC to Cancel Climate Summit

In another signal of the anti-science chill that has descended upon federal government, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has quietly cancelled a long-planned climate summit in anticipation of its unpopularity within the Donald Trump administration. The February summit—intended to provide a forum for public health officials to discuss the risks that climate change poses to human health—was …

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Economic Update – “Economic/social costs of Prisons” – 01.15.17

“Updates on people forming coops in Detroit and Fridley, Minn; VW’s guilty plea and Cuomo’s fake numbers; real reason for repeal of Obamacare; highest paid execs in US. Interview with Dr. Kimberly Westcott on the history, economics, and social costs of the US prison system.”

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The Gary Null Show – 01.12.17

Today On The Gary Null Show, Gary talks about different ways to live a longer and healthier life, Most people don’t know about blue corn so Gary will help you know the benefits for it. Most people don’t know about duckweek so Gary also fills you in on that. Gary also has a very important special for you on his …

Sheep graze in a dry field near the town of McFarland in California's Central Valley, August 24, 2016.
The Central Valley is the states agriculture hub producing vast quanities of fruits, vegetables, nuts as well as dairy, beef and lamb but has been struggle through five years of drought. / AFP / Robyn BECK        (Photo credit should read ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)

GEORGINA GUSTIN – 2017: Agriculture Begins to Tackle Its Role in Climate Change

By allowing countries to decide how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the landmark Paris climate agreement opened the door to new solutions. And over the past year, many countries, particularly in the developing world, decided that an especially effective way to reach those targets is through their farms. Nearly 80 percent of the countries said they would use agricultural practices …