This week on Sierra Club Radio: 1) Dr. Jane Hightower, author of Diagnosis: Mercury 2) Donald Kennedy, President Emeritus of Stanford University and former editor-in-chief of Science magazine 3) Leila Salazar-Lopez of the Rainforest Action Network.
This week on Sierra Club Radio: 1) Ann Vileisis, author of Kitchen Literacy: How We Lost Knowlege of Where Food Comes From, and Why We Need to Get it Back 2) Political commentary from Carl Pope 3) Sven Thessen from Better Place on how we can make electric vehicle infrastructure a reality.
This week on Sierra Club Radio: 1) Kate Harrison, author of The Green Bride Guide: How to Create an Earth-Friendly Wedding on Any Budget 2) Margrete Strand on the upcoming Good Jobs/Green Jobs conference 3) Political commentary from Carl Pope 4) Michael Grunwald, senior correspondent for Time magazine, on his recent cover story about energy efficiency.
This week on Sierra Club Radio: 1) Irene Pepperberg, author of Alex & Me: How a Scientist and a Parrot Uncovered a Hidden World of Animal Intelligence -- and Formed a Deep Bond in the Process 2) Commentary from Sierra Club Executive Director Carl Pope 3) Lyndsay Moseley on the enormous toxic coal-ash spill in Tennessee 4) Mary Anne Hitt on the Sierra Club's Clean Slate campaign.
This week on Sierra Club Radio: A 'best of' show, featuring: 1) Arlene Blum, the first woman to climb Mt. Everest 2) The Sierra Club's Mr. Green opines on CFLs 3) Mark Winne on the future of farmers' markets and local food 4) Green cuisine winter recipes from chef Annie Sommerville.