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The Keeping Things Alive Podcast is here to celebrate the connection between humans, the Earth, and all living things; amplify progressive voices in Western New York & beyond; and empower people to live outside the box and take action for good in their communities. Hosted and produced by @lauramevans. Season 1-3 music by @madisonjrich. Season 4 music by @lonniebarlow.

Latest Episodes

062 Season 4 Wrap

ESeason 4 has come to a close! Listen to Laura's reflections on each episode of Season 4, three book recommendations, and Laura's conversation with Emily Louis (owner of Live Inspired Events) about community energy planning, starting a small business, and more.

65 MIN2019 NOV 18
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062 Season 4 Wrap

061 Youth Climate Action

EIlyas, Aniyang, and Sophia are three members of the WNY Youth Climate Council, which formed in early 2019 with the mission "to elevate youth voices and bring concrete climate action to the various communities of Western New York." In this episode, Laura talks to Ilyas, Aniyang, and Sophia about why climate action, community organizing, and intergenerational solidarity are so important as we face our global climate emergency.

46 MIN2019 SEP 17
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061 Youth Climate Action

060 John Washington

EJohn Washington, Co-Director of Organizing at PUSH Buffalo, is a community advocate and activist for social, economic, and racial justice in Buffalo, New York and beyond. In Episode 48, John reviewed a 2018 election ballot, and now he is back to talk about his path, interests, and work. In this episode, Laura and John talk about Marvel comics and Afro-futurism, tenants rights, the upcoming City of Buffalo property tax assessment, and more.

63 MIN2019 AUG 23
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060 John Washington

059 NY's New Climate Law

ENew York now has the most progressive climate justice legislation in the United States! The Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA) is the result of years of community organizing across the state by NYRenews, a coalition of organizations committed to climate justice. In this episode, Laura reads the opening statements of both the CLCPA and the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969.

23 MIN2019 JUL 22
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059 NY's New Climate Law

058 Climate Jobs & Justice

EIt's time for New York to pass the Climate and Community Protection Act! Hear from NYRenews Climate Justice Organizer Geo Hernández (who has a home base at PUSH Buffalo and in Buffalo, NY) as we enter into the final days of the 2019 New York legislative session (it ends on June 19th). Laura and Geo talk about environmental racism, climate justice, the CCPA, and Tuesday's bus trip to Albany.

32 MIN2019 JUN 10
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058 Climate Jobs & Justice

057 Andrew Marcum - Disability, Accessibility, & Inclusion

EAndrew Marcum, PhD, teaches Disability Studies for the City University of New York and works at the Center for Self Advocacy in Buffalo. In this episode, Laura and Andrew talk about the history of disability rights in the U.S., the importance of public transit, accessibility, & more.

59 MIN2019 JUN 10
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057 Andrew Marcum - Disability, Accessibility, & Inclusion

056 Dennice Barr - Public Transit for the People

EDennice Barr is the President of the Fruit Belt Advisory Council, a board member of the Coalition for Economic Justice, and a member of Buffalo Transit Riders United (BTRU). In this episode, Laura and Ms. Barr talk about the state of Buffalo's public transit system, people power, & more.

62 MIN2019 JUN 9
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056 Dennice Barr - Public Transit for the People

055 Lindsay Cross - Florida Land & Wildlife Conservation

ELindsay Cross is the Public Lands Advocate for the Florida Conservation Voters. She has worked for nearly two decades in Florida as an environmental scientist and conservation advocate. In this episode, Lindsay and Laura talk about environmental education, the importance of connecting wildlife habitat, red tide, & more.

55 MIN2019 MAY 14
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055 Lindsay Cross - Florida Land & Wildlife Conservation

054 Manuela Baron - Living Sustainably & Being the Girl Gone Green

EManuela Baron is The Girl Gone Green, a blogger and YouTube creator who lives her values by living a zero waste, minimal, plant based life with intention. She shares her experiences and knowledge online, which has inspired a community of people around the world to live more sustainably. In this episode, Laura and Manuela talk about Red Tide, minimalism, straw bans, & more.

68 MIN2019 MAR 3
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054 Manuela Baron - Living Sustainably & Being the Girl Gone Green

053 Rob Webster - Marine Degradation, Animals, & Personal Responsibility

ERob Webster is the Co-Founder / CEO / Director of Operations of Planet Love Life, whose mission is to "continue to provide education of marine debris, promote sustainable living, and to help preserve our planet's natural environments through the love and respect for life." In this episode, Laura and Rob talk about the causes & effects of plastic pollution in the ocean, what is being done to address this devastating problem, and how people can contribute by changing their consumption habits.

40 MIN2019 FEB 25
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053 Rob Webster - Marine Degradation, Animals, & Personal Responsibility

Latest Episodes

062 Season 4 Wrap

ESeason 4 has come to a close! Listen to Laura's reflections on each episode of Season 4, three book recommendations, and Laura's conversation with Emily Louis (owner of Live Inspired Events) about community energy planning, starting a small business, and more.

65 MIN2019 NOV 18
Comments
062 Season 4 Wrap

061 Youth Climate Action

EIlyas, Aniyang, and Sophia are three members of the WNY Youth Climate Council, which formed in early 2019 with the mission "to elevate youth voices and bring concrete climate action to the various communities of Western New York." In this episode, Laura talks to Ilyas, Aniyang, and Sophia about why climate action, community organizing, and intergenerational solidarity are so important as we face our global climate emergency.

46 MIN2019 SEP 17
Comments
061 Youth Climate Action

060 John Washington

EJohn Washington, Co-Director of Organizing at PUSH Buffalo, is a community advocate and activist for social, economic, and racial justice in Buffalo, New York and beyond. In Episode 48, John reviewed a 2018 election ballot, and now he is back to talk about his path, interests, and work. In this episode, Laura and John talk about Marvel comics and Afro-futurism, tenants rights, the upcoming City of Buffalo property tax assessment, and more.

63 MIN2019 AUG 23
Comments
060 John Washington

059 NY's New Climate Law

ENew York now has the most progressive climate justice legislation in the United States! The Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA) is the result of years of community organizing across the state by NYRenews, a coalition of organizations committed to climate justice. In this episode, Laura reads the opening statements of both the CLCPA and the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969.

23 MIN2019 JUL 22
Comments
059 NY's New Climate Law

058 Climate Jobs & Justice

EIt's time for New York to pass the Climate and Community Protection Act! Hear from NYRenews Climate Justice Organizer Geo Hernández (who has a home base at PUSH Buffalo and in Buffalo, NY) as we enter into the final days of the 2019 New York legislative session (it ends on June 19th). Laura and Geo talk about environmental racism, climate justice, the CCPA, and Tuesday's bus trip to Albany.

32 MIN2019 JUN 10
Comments
058 Climate Jobs & Justice

057 Andrew Marcum - Disability, Accessibility, & Inclusion

EAndrew Marcum, PhD, teaches Disability Studies for the City University of New York and works at the Center for Self Advocacy in Buffalo. In this episode, Laura and Andrew talk about the history of disability rights in the U.S., the importance of public transit, accessibility, & more.

59 MIN2019 JUN 10
Comments
057 Andrew Marcum - Disability, Accessibility, & Inclusion

056 Dennice Barr - Public Transit for the People

EDennice Barr is the President of the Fruit Belt Advisory Council, a board member of the Coalition for Economic Justice, and a member of Buffalo Transit Riders United (BTRU). In this episode, Laura and Ms. Barr talk about the state of Buffalo's public transit system, people power, & more.

62 MIN2019 JUN 9
Comments
056 Dennice Barr - Public Transit for the People

055 Lindsay Cross - Florida Land & Wildlife Conservation

ELindsay Cross is the Public Lands Advocate for the Florida Conservation Voters. She has worked for nearly two decades in Florida as an environmental scientist and conservation advocate. In this episode, Lindsay and Laura talk about environmental education, the importance of connecting wildlife habitat, red tide, & more.

55 MIN2019 MAY 14
Comments
055 Lindsay Cross - Florida Land & Wildlife Conservation

054 Manuela Baron - Living Sustainably & Being the Girl Gone Green

EManuela Baron is The Girl Gone Green, a blogger and YouTube creator who lives her values by living a zero waste, minimal, plant based life with intention. She shares her experiences and knowledge online, which has inspired a community of people around the world to live more sustainably. In this episode, Laura and Manuela talk about Red Tide, minimalism, straw bans, & more.

68 MIN2019 MAR 3
Comments
054 Manuela Baron - Living Sustainably & Being the Girl Gone Green

053 Rob Webster - Marine Degradation, Animals, & Personal Responsibility

ERob Webster is the Co-Founder / CEO / Director of Operations of Planet Love Life, whose mission is to "continue to provide education of marine debris, promote sustainable living, and to help preserve our planet's natural environments through the love and respect for life." In this episode, Laura and Rob talk about the causes & effects of plastic pollution in the ocean, what is being done to address this devastating problem, and how people can contribute by changing their consumption habits.

40 MIN2019 FEB 25
Comments
053 Rob Webster - Marine Degradation, Animals, & Personal Responsibility
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