Archive for the ‘Sea Change Blog’ Category

COP15 Dispatch: Don Carli on Media Carbon

Podcast: Play in new window | Download When Sea Change Radio Executive Producer Bill Baue logged onto his computer Thursday morning, Skype immediately rang with a call from Don Carli, Senior Fellow of the Institute for Sustainable Communication, in Copenhagen for the UN Climate Conference (COP15). Don’s passion is to raise awareness about the carbon [...]

COP15 Dispatch: Will Developed Countries Pay Their Due?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download On Friday, at the UN Climate Conference (COP15) in Copenhagen, Deputy Chair of the Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS) Crispin S. Gregoire from Dominica announced the release of draft amendments to the Kyoto Protocol. The draft, which advances the Tuvalu Proposal, seeks to stimulate negotiation toward adoption [...]

COP15 Dispatch: Tuvalu Insists!

Podcast: Play in new window | Download From the floor of the UN Climate Conference deliberations in Copenhagen, Sea Change Radio Climate Correspondent Cimbria Badenhausen recorded this heated exchange between COP15 President Connie Hedegaard of Denmark and Tuvalu Delegate Ian Fry over whether to immediately consider the Tuvalu Proposal to amend the Kyoto Protocol.  Give [...]

COP15 Dispatch: Leaked “Danish Text” Exposes Developing Divide in Copenhagen

This dispatch by Sea Change Radio Executive Producer Bill Baue and Climate Correspondent Cimbria Badenhausen first appeared on CSRwire. The Guardian leak of the so-called “Danish text” threw the UN Climate Conference (COP15) into “disarray,” with developing countries “furious” at developed countries such as the US, UK, and Denmark for secretly drafting a framework agreement dated [...]

COP15 Dispatch: Business Plays BINGO at the Climate Conference

This dispatch by Sea Change Radio Executive Producer Bill Baue and Climate Correspondent Cimbria Badenhausen first appeared on CSRwire: The US Chamber of Commerce’s controversial position on climate legislation highlights the key role such business intermediaries (or BINGOs in UN-speak – Business and Industry NGOs) play in devising climate policy.  Other BINGOs, such as the [...]

COP15 Update: Triple Helix of Climate Solutions

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Over the next two weeks, Sea Change Radio Climate Correspondent Cimbria Badenhausen will file updates from the UN Climate Conference (COP15) in Copenhagen, some of which will also appear on CSRwire.  Just before COP15 commenced, Badenhausen chatted with Karl-Erik Grevendahl, Advisor for Sustainable Business Development at the Chamber of [...]

Attend Free Audubon Panel on Energy & Economy

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.

Support Sea Change Radio to Cover COP15

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 [...]

A Summer of Sea Change Radio

Labor Day’s come and gone, and the leaves are starting to turn color here in New England, so we at Sea Change are highlighting some of our summer programming.  We focused a lot on sustainable agriculture, economic alternatives, green jobs, and the climate crisis.  Check out some of our summer shows below.

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Please take 3 minutes to support Sea Change Radio in the Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Changing Climate Change Contest. The award:  A $200,000 grant over 5 years. Our proposal: It’s Happening Here: Climate Change Dispatches from Local Communities (click to vote for us — deadline is March 21!) We’re partnering with OurRenewableNation, a “cross-country eco-video [...]