Sustainable forestry, small-scale farming, and changing the world one town at a time with director of the Institute for Sustainable Energy, Lynn Stoddard. Check out resources Lynn mentioned: Joanna Macy, Connecticut’s Coverts program, and the Just Be Nice Party.
Exploring the social, personal, and academics of climate change with University of Connecticut sociologist Phoebe Godfrey. More from Phoebe here, and some recommended reading: The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben, Sacred Economics by Charles Eisenstein, Tropic of Chaos: Climate Change and the New Geography of Violence by Christian Parenti.
Sometimes the best part of the conversation happens when the conversation is over…
Ever wonder what people at the Weather Channel television network think about climate change? Well, here’s a great conversation with the president of the company, David Clark, who just happened to be one of my childhood playmates. And here are links to two videos he shared with me: “Note to Breitbart” and a message from kids talking climate.