Your Earth is a weekly podcast with a diverse range of environmental subjects from Nuclear Energy to Waste Issues to Personal Environmental Responsibility. This podcast comes from renowned Canadian author and broadcaster Suzanne Elston, featured on CTV (Canada AM), TVOntario (More to Life), CTS (Living Well), and NPR (Great Lakes Radio). Suzanne's newspaper column, Your Earth has been in publication for over 16 years. Suzanne lives with her husband Brian, their three kids and a golden retriever named Jess in their century farmhouse located on the north shore of Lake Ontario - (between the two largest nuclear plants in the world!). She tries hard to walk the talk.
By Suzanne Elston
A unique community where strong compassionate people gather to use creative problem solving to heal ourselves and our world. Dialog is the key to reform - Access is the key to Dialog IronDove provides both to creative minds world-wide. Powerful thinking for a Peaceful WorldTM
The 3rd degree is a progressive sydney radio show bringing you the latest news, current affairs and more around climate change, the environment and social justice. Thursdays 9-9.30am 2SER 107.3FM. To listen live, podcasts and more visit: climateradio.blogspot.com Key words: climate change, global warming, environment, sustainability, sonservation, social justice, social change, news, current affairs, sydney, australia, carbon, coal, oil, emissions, activism, direct action, eco, ecology, science
By The3rdDegree Radio
Flora Delaterre, plant detective, investigates one medicinal plant per program, including recent science, traditional uses, efficacy, risks, and lore. Delaterre's investigations take her around the globe, from Sri Lanka to Siberia, from the Appalachian Mountains to the rainforests of the Northwest, from research laboratories to your backyard. A production of Montana Public Radio since 1996. Program duration: 1:29
By Montana Public Radio
CBC Radio presents the stories and misadventures of Dave, the owner of the "Vinyl Cafe", the world's smallest record store, where the motto is "We may not be big, but we're small." The show also features Dave's wife, Morley, their two children, Sam and Stephanie and assorted friends and neighbours.
By CBC Radio