Zen Honeycutt instigated a National Coalition of Unstoppable Moms called Moms Across America, over concern for the health of her kids from the food supply. With the motto “Empowered Moms, Healthy Kids,” they have created over 1,000 community events in all 50 states to raise awareness about GMOs, toxicants in the food supply, and other environmental issues that pose risk to the health of our families.
Venture into the wild heart of California with EcoJustice Radio as we explore the plight of the majestic mountain lion. Discover the urgent conservation efforts to protect these apex predators from the perils of urban sprawl, highways, and human encroachment.
Whisper Camel-Means shares her expertise on the pressing need to protect US wildlife ecosystems, now imperiled at an alarming rate. She offers an Indigenous perspective on the human-induced threats to our living relatives, from habitat loss to climate change.
Winnie Seuta Kisioki and Samuel Lekato share on EcoJustice Radio about the new dawn in Maasailand: the actions undertaken in conservation and female empowerment to ensure the cultural heritage of the Maasai thrives on.
Celebrate the solstice with a story that intertwines the magic of the Nutcracker with the urgency of environmental and climate action. Jack Eidt reads from his short story ‘Nutcracker and the Shapeshifter,’ a re-imagined classic that dances to the tune of environmental and social justice. Featuring a blend of fantastical characters and real-world issues, this episode of Eco Justice Radio is a call to action, wrapped in the wonder of a holiday tale, set to the enchanting music of Tchaikovsky’s ballet. Enjoy this tale of rebellion, peace, and the power of the natural world.
In this enlightening conversation with Alejandro Carrillo, learn about the Grasslands Regeneration Project and how it’s transforming once-barren deserts into vibrant grasslands. Alejandro shares his passion for regenerative ranching and the principles that guide his work, including mimicking natural processes and promoting biodiversity.
Guest Host Auri Jackson, Environmental Journalist, interviews EcoJustice Radio Co-Host Jessica Aldridge, who is a 16-year Sustainability and Zero Waste Industry Leader.