Heather Lineberry of the Arizona State University Art Museum in Tempe tells us about Defining Sustainability, a new exhibition at the museum. Native American conceptual artist Kade Twist talks about “Do You Remember When”, the installation he and his fellow Indigenous artists of Postcommodity created for the exhibition. Finally, Beth Paulson of Beyond Green describes the proposed permaculture garden for a hundred year old house that’s getting a deep energy retrofit in Easthampton, MA.
Sea Change Media is producing and moderating a free panel discussion entitled Future Scenarios: Energy & Economy on Tuesday, September 29 at the Audubon Center in Greenwich, Connecticut. Audubon is pleased to present this forum free of charge if you RSVP by Friday, September 25. To view the invitation, click here.
Sea Change Radio Correspondent Cimbria Badenhausen has her bags packed and her microphone in hand to cover COP 15 — the global negotiations toward a new climate treaty — in Copenhagen this December. YOU listen to Sea Change, and YOU want to hear great coverage of this important event that will help determine whether humanity steps up to the challenge of the climate crisis.