Sierra Club Radio is a weekly half hour program produced by Sierra Club staff and hosted by Orli Cotel. Each week you'll hear in-depth interviews with politicians, authors, celebrities, artists, and activists inspired by nature. We also feature lifestyle tips from Sierra magazine, advice from the magazine's columnist, Mr. Green, and occasional commentary from Club Executive Director Michael Brune. Read more.
For our 400th episode we go back into the archives to some of our favorite guests: Ashley Judd and Arianna Huffington.
Our last in a four part series revisiting previous winners of the Goldman prize. This week, 2010 winners Lynn Henning and Humberto Rios Labrada as well as 2008 winners Rosa Hilda Ramos and Ignace Schops
The 3rd in our 4 part series on previous Goldman Prize winners - this week, Hilton Kelley and Dmitry Lisitsyn, two of the winners from 2011.
Catherine Tatge on her film, John Muir in the New World, which aired as part of the PBS American Masters series.
Ask Mr. Green.
Our second in a four-part series that looks back at past winners of the Goldman Prize, the premier international award for environmental activism. This week, Ikal Angelei and Caroline Cannon, two of the winners of the 2012 Goldman Prize.
Our first in a four-part series that looks back at past winners of the Goldman Prize, the premier international award for environmental activism. This week, Maria Gunnoe and Yuyun Ismawati, two of the winners of the 2009 Goldman Prize.
Filmmaker Curt Ellis on his documentary, The Greening of Southie, about Boston's first residential green building.
Jigar Shah joins us to talk about the solar industry and his new book, Creating Climate Wealth: Unlocking the Impact Economy
Eric Roston from Bloomberg.com on their environmental coverage at Bloomberg.com/Sustainability
Ben Montgomery on his book Grandma Gatewood's Walk: The Inspiring Story of the Woman Who Saved the Appalachian Trail
Henry Nichols, author of The Galapagos
Avital Andrews shares green tips for the 4th of July weekend
Sierra Club's Aaron Isherwood talks with us about his recent trip to the Amazon to learn about the Achuar people's fight against oil drilling on their land
Jay Shoenberger on his new book, I Am Coyote, an anthology of great wilderness writings
Green living tips from Sierra Magazine's Avital Andrews
Paul Loeb talks with us about the new edition of his book, The Impossible Will Take a Little While
Mary Anne Hitt on a major step forward on climate -- the EPA's new proposed limits on carbon pollution from power plants
Avital Andrews from Sierra Magazine shares green living tips
The CEO of Taylor Guitars, Bob Taylor, talks with us about their efforts to source their instrument materials from eco-friendly wood, and why they support The Lacey Act, which helps fight illegal logging worldwide
Pashon Murray, founder of Detroit Dirt and star of the recent Ford hybrid commercial
The legendary Dr. Jane Goodall joins us to talk about her new book, Seeds of Hope
We also bring back an interview with renowned green architect William McDonough
This week on Sierra Club Radio: Jeff Wilson, Professor Dumpster; Andrea Luecke on Solar Annie Somerville and a Citrus Salad and Asparagus
This week on Sierra Club Radio: We dedicate the entire program to a conversation with Elizabeth Kolbert on her new book,The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History.
New York Times food columnist Mark Bittman talks with us about his new book, VB6: Eat Vegan Before 6:00 to Lose Weight and Restore Your Health...for Good
Angelika Pullen from Wind Made talks about certifying products made from clean energy
Arturo Carmona from Presente.org on the importance of solar power
It's our 7th anniversary special featuring interviews from some of our favorite past guests: Tom Friedman, Ashley Judd, and Nick Kristoff.
Happy Birthday Sierra Club Radio!
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