The Best Moments of Corporate Watchdog Radio

CWR Watchdog

On this, the last-ever episode of Corporate Watchdog Radio, we take a stroll down memory lane to revisit the best moments in CWR’s history. The exchanges that had us on the edge of our seats, straining into our headphones to hear every syllable. We hear from a crotchety Barney Frank, a reflective Frances Moore Lappe, a tentative but ultimately optimistic Bill McKibben, a hopeful George Monbiot, and an eloquent Paul Hawken. Starting in 2009, CWR is changing its name to Sea Change Radio to cover the shift to social, environmental, and economic sustainability.

Barney Frank

CWR September 23, 20008 — Barney Frank on the TARP: Troubled Asset Relief Program

Frances Moore Lappe

CWR January 21, 2008 — Getting a Grip! with Frances Moore Lappe

Bill McKibben

CWR May 16, 2007 — Bill McKibben Debunks Myths that More is Always Better and Economic Growth is Always Good

George Monbiot

CWR October 31, 2007 — George Monbiot Heats Up Call for Solving Climate Crisis

Paul Hawken

CWR September 5, 2007 — Paul Hawken’s Blessed Unrest

Sea Change Radio

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About Bill Baue

Bill Baue is Co-Director of Sea Change Media, a non-profit that makes connections in the shift to social, environmental, and economic sustainability. He co-hosts/produces Sea Change Radio, a nationally syndicated show that podcasts globally.