What would it take to transform a 100 year old house sitting near oil fields into the most sustainable clean energy zero-emissions house?EcoJustice Radio spoke with architect Avideh Haghighi on her process overcoming those challenges with her personal project called Zerohouz.
Author: Jack Eidt
Healing the World’s Ecosystems with the Soil Food Web
World-renowned soil biologist Dr. Elaine Ingham and her Soil Food Web Approach has successfully been implemented to restore ecological functions of soils on more than five million acres of farmland around the world. She joined us to share deep insights about how to ensure the continuance of life on this planet by turning to Nature and using biological vs. toxic, chemical approaches to heal and balance soil.
The Literary Labyrinth of Stephen T. Vessels
Check out this Jack Eidt interview with the late author Stephen T. Vessels on his childhood fascination with the collective unconscious, his use of the I Ching for divination of the present, and other stories.
Indigenous Voices from the Northeast: Past, Present and Future
Join our EcoJustice Radio guest, Jennifer Lee, Northern Naragansett Grandmother, bark basket maker, and culture bearer, Board Member of the Nolumbeka Project, as she provides histories, insights and perspectives of Native Peoples of the Northeast.
Microplastics Are Everywhere: What’s The Risk?
Dr. Scott Coffin has been studying plastic since 2014. He is a toxicologist and Research Scientist at California State Water Resources Control Board speaks with EcoJustice Radio about how microplastics are entering our environment, as well as ways to reduce exposure and solutions to the plastic plague.
Solving the Climate Crisis Through Global Soil Health with Didi Pershouse
Didi Pershouse of Land & Leadership Initiative shares with EcoJustice Radio how Nature leads in restoring global soil health by creating a soil sponge, in collaboration with other plant, animal, and insect species and countless microorganisms.
Visionary Art of Lakota Sundance Chief Marvin Swallow
Marvin Swallow paints “images of time before and after the moment,” whispering sacred stories of the beauty and mystery of creation. What has emerged through his art is a unique and powerful contribution to the growing genre of Sacred Art.