education

063: Slugs and Snails and Squid, Oh My! with Malacologist Jann Vendetti

Jann Vendetti is the Twila Bratcher Chair in Malacological Research at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. Malacology is the study of [...]

062: Environmental Education at Any Age with The Earth Lady Izolda Trakhtenberg

Born in Moldova, Izolda Trakhtenberg learned how to communicate in multiple languages through a year-long immigration process. Today, Izolda facilitates [...]

061: Experiments in Earth-Conscious Living with Rob Greenfield

World renowned adventurer and activist Rob Greenfield has embarked on his next big project, Food Freedom. Through Rob's extreme projects from cycling [...]

058: Sustainable Beekeeping and Making a Difference in the Peace Corps with Katherine Milling

Nature’s Nectar works with rural Zambian’s to provide a sustainable income as well as protect the local forest through beekeeping. Their model uses [...]

056: Climate Adaptation, what it is and why it matters, with Doug Parsons

Doug Parsons first learned about adaptation in Queensland, Australia, while focusing on the impacts of climate change on the agriculture sector. Upon [...]