Large corporations push a trillion dollar campaign against the consumer’s Right to Repair devices, creating tons of Electronic Waste. Advocates from iFixit and US PIRG talk about getting the most out of our purchases.
The Wolakota Buffalo Range is reconnecting bison to their rightful place on the Great Plains, and people of the Rosebud Sioux Nation. EcoJustice Radio spoke with Wizipan Little Elk (CEO of REDCO) as we dive into how he and his team are converting 28,000 acres of Rosebud Sioux Tribal lands from cattle to bison.
EcoJustice Radio takes a deeper look into the intersection of environmental racism, climate change, and immigration with Dr. Miguel De La Torre of Iliff School of Theology.
Recently, numerous oil spills across the Pacific Coast and Gulf of Mexico have impacted the survival and habitats of thousands of animals.We spoke with the Wetlands and Wildlife Care Center of Huntington Beach, California to learn about their work stewarding the health of wildlife.
“Climate Emergency: Feedback Loops.” is a 5-part documentary on scientific mechanisms at work causing climate chaos that may be irreversible
Earth Medicine, healing trauma and anger by literally going into the Earth, is called by Queen Hollins, our guest on EcoJustice Radio, as Earthlodging.
Allen Williams of Understanding Ag discusses the importance of abiding by healthy, regenerative soil principles in agriculture. He advocates for farming and ranching in synchrony with nature to repair, rebuild, revitalize and restore ecosystem function starting with all life in the soil and moving to all life above the soil.