We’ve got one word for you… PLASTICS. The world is made up of them. So how are they harmful to the globe’s oceans and landfills, and how do they square with our environmental future? Monday host Patty Peltekos speaks with Cathy Middlecamp, Professor in the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, Chemistry Department affiliate, and Interim […]
According to the United Nations, the cities of 2050 will house five and a half billion people, two and a half billion more people than they do now, and 66% of the projected world population of nine billion. Many of those densely populated cities will be next to oceans that are one to two feet […]
Sustainability is about people. It’s about you. It’s about all of us — together. To create a better future, we must honor the diverse experiences that make us human. But, at the same time, we must embrace the universal humanity that connects us all. This program features a discussion facilitated by Sustain Dane, exploring the […]
The owner of Deconstruction, Inc., Mark Reszewski, spoke with Brian Standing about their unique business model and how it fits in with the increasingly popular DIY movement.
What can be done about poverty stricken farming families of Central America? Is it possible to preserve the tropical rainforests in Central America? Find out on today’s APA!
This is What Sustainability Looks Like! Kermit Hovey conducts interviews focusing on the March 2014 United States Sustainability Summit happening this next week – March 26th through March 28th. How can we live now so we and future generations can live tomorrow? We hear ideas from organizers, participants and activists associated with the annual Sustainability Summit, including voices […]