Hear Payoomkawish (Juaneño/Luiseño) Elder Richard Bugbee share insights from his decades of studying the way of plants. He emphasizes the importance of reclaiming our ways of seeing, being and understanding the world by reclaiming Native languages and observing the world more closely. Enjoy provocative insights from an elder who has devoted his lifetime to the study of plants and their uses, the reclamation of language, and the practice of material culture.
The Truth About Compostable Packaging
Are you confused about compostable packaging, like is it truly compostable or are we being bamboozled by marketing? Are there environmental concerns that haven’t been considered? And how can compostable packaging assist in reducing our dependence on fossil fuels. What about reusables? Check out the interview with Erin Levine from World Centric.
Native Habitat: Preserving the Wetlands of the World
Wetlands and their protection and restoration benefit the ecosystem by providing wildlife habitat, ensure coastal protection & clean water.
Solidarity Actions on Climate Justice – Stopping Pipelines and Dirty Banks
A Los Angeles action in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en People called for City National Bank to divest from the Coastal GasLink Pipeline now under construction on the West Coast of Canada.
Climate Change in the Desert with Ecologist James Cornett
Joshua Tree is an ecological keystone of California deserts. Climate disruption threatens Joshua Tree National Park will no longer have Joshua trees. EcoJustice Radio talks with desert ecologist James Cornett about the future of our deserts in a warming world.
30 Days of Wearing My Trash with Rob Greenfield
For 30 days, EcoJustice Radio guest Environmental Activist Rob Greenfield walked the streets of Los Angeles wearing a suit that held the waste he created to push for system change.
Reforest the Earth: Planting Old Growth Trees in Fight Against Climate Change
EcoJustice Radio discusses with David Milarch of Archangel Ancient Tree Archive why old growth reforestation with trees like sequoias and redwoods is an important solution to climate change and ecosystem health.