Carl Welty advocates that architectural and landscape design could be revolutionized by emulating Nature’s systems. Before fossil fuels, ancient cities understood the power of the sun and captured it as it traversed through the days and seasons for heating, cooling, and sustenance.
We feature a lecture by Mike Davis about his book Planet of Slums, which investigates the increasing inequality of the urban world. According to the U.N., more than one billion people now live in extreme poverty in mega-cities facing environmental and social collapse from perpetual and worsening climate disruptions.
Harvard Law Prof and Author Susan Crawford tells the story of a city that has played a central role in this country’s painful racial history and now, as sea levels rise, it stands at the intersection of climate and race.
Dr. William Davis, Cardiologist and Author of the books Wheat Belly, Undoctored, and Super Gut, exposes the problem with our wheat addiction and has connected the dots between wheat consumption, gut health, and common modern ailments and complaints.
Stewart Lundy of the Josephine Porter Institute joins EcoJustice Radio to discuss Rudolf Steiner’s legacy in the advancement and growth of restorative and regenerative biodynamic agriculture.
Dr. Chadi Nabhan’s book, Toxic Exposure, tells the true story of his role as an expert physician witness who testified in multiple state and federal trials against biotechnology giant Monsanto, now owned by Bayer.
Dr. Joanne Brasch of the California Product Stewardship Council, talks about solutions to the environmental dilemma that production and disposal of clothing and fabrics present to communities and ecosystems.