| YES! Camp
As summer camp season begins, we travel to a program led by Youth for Environmental Sanity (YES!) where kids gather to learn, have fun and support each other in their quest for a more sustainable planet.
| Urban Naturalist
Urban naturalist Mike Houck, based in Portland, Oregon, works to preserve the integrity of green spaces in cities because they provide access to nature "where people live" and also play an important ecological role.
| The Green Economy
As environmental visionaries see it, the future of energy is not in greenhouse gas-emitting fuels like oil and coal Ė whose supply is running out -- but in sustainable, non-global warming sources like wind and sun and waves from the ocean and in the enormous storehouse of heat that naturally occurs deep underground. For a limited time, this show is available to listen to free of charge.
| Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
Who was Francis of Assisi and why is he relevant to us today?
What secrets do the mysteries of nature hold?
| Healthy Planet, Healthy People
Cultivating the crops for animal feed involves tremendous energy use, from pumping water to producing fertilizer. Thus, becoming a vegetarian can significantly reduce a person's "carbon footprint" -- the amount of greenhouse gases their lifestyle is responsible for. For a limited time, this show is available to listen to free of charge.
| Green Congregations
Rev. Sally Bingham of San Francisco, lay organizer Steve MacAusland of Boston and members of a concerned church discuss the movement for a religious response to climate change that has spread to more than 4,000 U.S. congregations.
| Frances Moore Lappe
Frances Moore Lappe, author of "Hope's Journey" as well as the classic "Diet for a Small Planet," discusses her work over more than three decades to raise public awareness about the need to improve systems of global food distribution.