environment

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 [...]

055: Being the change and making an impact at any age with Sam Demma and Dillon Mendes of PickWaste

Sam Demma and Dillon Mendes started holding weekly trash pick-up events in their hometown of Pickering, Ontario. Now, a year later, they have a budding [...]

054: Capturing Big Trees and Cultivating Curiosity with author and professor Matt Ritter

Dr. Matt Ritter grew up in rural Mendocino County, California. After earning a bachelor’s degree in microbiology from U.C. Santa Barbara, he attended [...]

053: Environmental Podcasting, Gardening and the Florida Trail with Misti Little of The Garden Path Podcast

Misti Little is a gardener, creative, and outdoor enthusiast interested in deepening her connection to nature. She founded The Garden Path Podcast in 2015 [...]