Alex Wise

Alex Wise is the Host and Executive Producer of Sea Change Radio. His passion for the environment grew out of a concern over energy consumption and resource extraction, and a belief that innovations in technology and public policy have the potential to create a more sustainable planet. He has interviewed such luminaries as political analyst Van Jones, futurist Stewart Brand, environmental author Paul Hawken, filmmaker Ken Burns, historian Doris Kearns Goodwin, activist Bill McKibben and educational nature show host, Chris Kratt.

Alex’s career as a media executive includes management-level positions at both start-ups and large media conglomerates like Time Warner and News Corp. His consulting clients have included video-on-demand services, Japanese wireless startups and leading branded music agencies. He helped CREDO Mobile (Working Assets) with its 2008 election season political technology strategy, and served as a communication liaison between SEIU and media & financial communities in Japan for the 2008 SEIU delegation to Tokyo.

As a musician and band leader, he’s recorded six albums of original music, with his bands Fog Swamp and The Shreep and as a solo artist. Alex speaks Japanese and holds a Master’s in International Law & Diplomacy from The Fletcher School (at Tufts and Harvard) and a B.A. from Emory University.

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  1. Sea Change Radio – What a terrific show! I’ve listened for quite a long time but haven’t gotten around to telling you so. Thanks for so much!
    I can’t remember the name of the shrimp farm in Maine (I think). I like shrimp, but quit eating it due to depressing harvesting and environmental concerns. That show gave me hope! Who are they?
    Also, Ubiquitous Energy + Tiny Houses On Wheels = Nearly Off The Grid. What a terrific idea!

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