Monthly Archives: April 2010

Joanna Macy Explains The Great Turning (Re-Broadcast)

Sea Change Radio Co-Hosts Bill Baue  and Francesca Rheannon speak with eco-philosopher Joanna Macy about The Great Turning, a concept  she helped coin and define. Macy calls The Great Turning “the essential adventure of our time: the shift from the industrial growth society to a life-sustaining civilization.”  This is the second in a series of shows on The Great Turning —  check out the first show in the series — a conversation with David Korten. Continue reading

Saving Landfills from Unnecessary Waste, and CleanTech Innovation from Undue Corporate Influence

Sea Change Radio West Coast Correspondent Alex Wise speaks with Karen Nelsen, co-founder of EarthBaby, which produces compostable diapers.  Alex also talks with clean tech analyst and green business investor, Daniel Hunt, about corporate interests crowding out ecological progress.

Water Water Everywhere, Nor Any Drop to Drink

The title of today’s show, which quotes Samuel Coleridge in the Rime of the Ancient Mariner, aptly describes the dilemma companies are starting to face when it comes to water management.  Today, we speak with Jeff Erikson of SustainAbility, a think tank that recently surveyed experts globally on corporate impacts on water, and Cameron Brooks of IBM’s Big Green Innovations team, which has been focusing on “Smarter Water Management.”

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