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Natalia Allen: Social Responsibility With Style

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 Alex Wise talks with Natalia Allen about making fashion more sustainable, and sustainability more fashionable.

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 Alex Wise talks with Natalia Allen about making fashion more sustainable, and sustainability more fashionable.

Goats and Glass

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This week's guests are John Van Dine, the CEO of SAGE Electrochromics, the leading developer of dynamic window glass and Jennifer Bice, the owner of Redwood Hill Farm, who tells us how goats can be a more sustainable alternative to cows.

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This week's guests are John Van Dine, the CEO of SAGE Electrochromics, the leading developer of dynamic window glass and Jennifer Bice, the owner of Redwood Hill Farm, who tells us how goats can be a more sustainable alternative to cows.

A Greener Way For San Jose

An Interview With San Jose Councilmember Ash Kalra
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Our guest is Councilmember Ash Kalra, who talks with host Alex Wise about the successes and challenges of promoting environmentally sound policy in a city that’s one of the most ethnically and economically diverse in the nation

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Our guest is Councilmember Ash Kalra, who talks with host Alex Wise about the successes and challenges of promoting environmentally sound policy in a city that’s one of the most ethnically and economically diverse in the nation

Flight of Fancy: The Air Travel Dilemma

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This week on Sea Change Radio, the first part of our two-part series on air travel. We speak with two veterans of the airline industry to learn more about what steps airlines are taking to lessen the environmental impact of this revolutionary mode of transportation. First, host Alex Wise talks to David Swierenga, the former chief economist for the Air Transport Association and now an airline consultant in Texas. Next, Alex speaks with Bob McAdoo, Senior Research Analyst at Avondale Partners and previously the CEO ofVanguard Airlines and CFO at People Express Airlines.

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This week on Sea Change Radio, the first part of our two-part series on air travel. We speak with two veterans of the airline industry to learn more about what steps airlines are taking to lessen the environmental impact of this revolutionary mode of transportation. First, host Alex Wise talks to David Swierenga, the former chief economist for the Air Transport Association and now an airline consultant in Texas. Next, Alex speaks with Bob McAdoo, Senior Research Analyst at Avondale Partners and previously the CEO ofVanguard Airlines and CFO at People Express Airlines.

Solutions for a Changing Planet

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This week on Sea Change Radio, the inventor of BioLighter, petroleum-free lighter fluid, Joe Marlin and Dan Ferber, co-author of "Changing Planet, Changing Health."

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This week on Sea Change Radio, the inventor of BioLighter, petroleum-free lighter fluid, Joe Marlin and Dan Ferber, co-author of "Changing Planet, Changing Health."

Bill Kreutzmann of the Grateful Dead: Bound To Cover Just A Little More Ground

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A rare interview with Bill Kreutzmann of the Grateful Dead. He talks Hawaiian environmental issues and of course, music.

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A rare interview with Bill Kreutzmann of the Grateful Dead. He talks Hawaiian environmental issues and of course, music.

Green Speed Merchants: Leilani Münter & Ward Burton

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Eco-racer Leilani Münter & retired NASCAR driver Ward Burton talk conservation and sustainability on and off the track.

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Eco-racer Leilani Münter & retired NASCAR driver Ward Burton talk conservation and sustainability on and off the track.

Less Is More: On Population, More or Less

Interviews on Population with Andrew Revkin and Stewart Brand
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Part II of Sea Change Radio's population series. First, we hear from New York Times environmental reporter and Dot Earth blogger, Andrew Revkin, and then later we talk to environmentalist icon Stewart Brand.

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Part II of Sea Change Radio's population series. First, we hear from New York Times environmental reporter and Dot Earth blogger, Andrew Revkin, and then later we talk to environmentalist icon Stewart Brand.

Pop Culture: Paul Ehrlich on Surviving the Population Bomb

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Part one of Sea Change Radio's two part series on population. Alex Wise speaks with Paul R. Ehrlich, author of the environmental classic, "The Population Bomb."

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Part one of Sea Change Radio's two part series on population. Alex Wise speaks with Paul R. Ehrlich, author of the environmental classic, "The Population Bomb."

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