">This week on Sierra Club Radio:
1) Renowned social critic Naomi Wolf on her new book, The End of America: Letters to a Young Patriot 2) Political update from Carl Pope 3) Jennifer Hattam gives green tips on how to know which beauty products are actually safe 4) David Ferris from the Asian Elephant Art and Conservation Product talks about how elephants can actually paint -- yes, paint -- and how their art is making a difference 5) Author Les Leopold on his new biography of Tony Mazzocchi, who spent his life uniting labor and environmentalists.
This week on Sierra Club Radio: 1) Van Jones, President of Green For All, on the emerging green economy and the opportunity to transcend racial inequalities 2) Carl Pope reflects on his experience at the UN Climate Summit in Bali 3) Jennifer Hattam gives tips on green car maintenance 4) Pastor Brian McLaren, named by Time magazine as one of America's most influential evangelical leaders, discusses faith and the environment.
This week on Sierra Club Radio: 1) Mark Schapiro, author of Exposed: The Toxic Chemistry of Everyday Products 2) Sierra Club Executive Director Carl Pope on the presidential race and global warming 3) Ari Derfel, a Bay Area resident who recently made headlines for saving all of his trash for an entire year 4) Mark Obenhaus, director of a new film about about adventure skiing, called STEEP. Also joining him is Andrew McLean, one of the top adventure skiiers in the world.
This week on Sierra Club Radio: 1) Arlene Blum, the first woman to climb Mt. Everest 2) Mark Winne on the future of farmers markets and local food 3) Green cuisine winter recipes from Annie Sommerville.