On this special 1-hour edition, Terre Verde will explore the role of the artist in raising environmental awarness and fostering social change. Featuring interviews and music from arts activists in the Bay Area.
2:00 PM Pacific Time: Fridays
A weekly public affairs show that delivers news and views about the most critical environmental issues across California and globally. From agriculture and wildlife to energy and climate change, industrial pollution to design solutions, Terra Verde brings you stories of struggle and triumph that will determine the future of our planet.
Featuring poets and musicians performing in the Watershed Poetry Festival this Saturday, October 2, 2004 (Noon – 5pm) at Martin Luther King, Jr. Park Civic Center Park in Berkeley.
Terre Verde will explore the epidemic of sudden oak death and other threats to California’s native oak woodlands. Featuring: Katie Palmieri of the Oak Mortality Task Force and Jane Cobb of the California Oak Foundation.
Last segment of a two-part show on citizens’ efforts to stop incinerators and advance zero-waste alternatives. This week Terre Verde will focus on California incineration struggles, featuring Bradley Angel of GreenAction and Luz Alvarez Martinez of the National Latina Health Organization.
First segment of a two-part show on citizens’ efforts to stop incinerators and advance zero-waste alternatives. This week Terre Verde will focus on international struggles with Cecelia Allen of the Argentina Anti Incinerator Coalition, and Manny Calonzo of the Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives.
Permaculture: key concepts and applications. Featuring Dave Blume of the International Institute for Ecological Agriculture, and Katherine Steele of the Urban Permaculture Guild in Oakland.
West Nile Virus. Is massive spraying the only effective response to West Nile Virus? What are the environmental and health side effects of such a strategy? Terre Verde will be in conversation with Shawnee Hoover of Beyond Pesticides and Margaret Reeves of Pesticde Action Network.
Terre Verde explores the concept of our "Ecological Footprint" with Mathis Wackernagel of the Global Footprint Network, Ann Hancock, a Sonoma-county based sustainability educator, and Greg van Mechelen of the Berkeley Eco-House.
The art and science of restoration ecology, with Brock Dolman of the Occidental Arts & Ecology Center, and watershed biologist Reuven Walder.
Terre Verde examines the environmental impacts of industrial salmon and shrimp aquaculture with the Coastal Alliance for Aquaculture Reform and the Industrial Shrimp Action Network.