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Audible Café explores the natural world, wildlife, sustainable living, and that thing called climate change. We meet fascinating people who are embracing new ways of treading more lightly on the earth. We champion other species and seek to meet them where they are in all their wild and wooly glory.

Latest Episodes

“The Issue with Tissue” w/Jennifer Skene of NRDC

This week's episode features Jennifer Skene, international law fellow with NRDC and lead author of "The Issue with Tissue" Report that details the destruction of the boreal forest by clear-cutting by U.S. corporations and the Canadian government to supply virgin tree pulp to produce household tissue products such as toilet paper and paper towels.

49 minJUL 6
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“The Issue with Tissue” w/Jennifer Skene of NRDC

BEAT and Food & Water Watch vs. FERC

Today's interview is with Jane Winn of the Berkshire Environmental Action Team (or BEAT) and Rosemary Wessel of No Fracked Gas in Mass (a program of BEAT). We talked about a lawsuit that BEAT and the Food & Water Watch have brought against the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)

34 minMAY 26
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BEAT and Food & Water Watch vs. FERC

Episode 15: Helia Native Nursery in Alford, Mass

Today's interview features Bridghe McCracken and Amillie Coster of Helia Native Nursery in Alford, Mass. Helia's mission is to protect native plant diversity. They recognize that ecosystems, locally and globally, are becoming exponentially threatened by climate change, pollution and development.

49 minMAY 6
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Episode 15: Helia Native Nursery in Alford, Mass

Four Kings Day presented by Manos Unidas

Today’s show about the "I Have A Dream” / “Yo Tengo Un Sueño” Four Kings Community Event on Saturday, February 28, 2020 from 5-8 pm at the Whitney Museum of Art, 42 Wendell Ave, Pittsfield MA. It is co-hosted by Manos Unidas and the Roots and Dreams Coop and other dedicated collaborators.

33 minFEB 22
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Four Kings Day presented by Manos Unidas

Episode 13: Alice Arena of FRRACS

Today I air my interview with Alice Arena, Executive Director of the Fore River Residents Against the Compressor Station, or FRRACS. Alice shares the history and urgent updates on the Weymouth Compressor Station project.

65 minFEB 6
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Episode 13: Alice Arena of FRRACS

Episode 12: Special Edition - "Under Pressure" Documentary Screening Event.

Today, I speak with Rosemary Wessel of No Fracked Gas in Mass, Logan Malik of BEAT and No Fracked Gas in Mass, and Dr. Curt Nordgaard, a pediatrician, about the documentary Under Pressure and the Merrimack Valley fracked gas disaster of 2019.

48 min2019 NOV 5
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Episode 12: Special Edition - "Under Pressure" Documentary Screening Event.

Episode 11: Charley Eiseman, Freelance Naturalist and Bug Tracker Extraordinaire

Today's episode features freelance naturalist, photographer, and intrepid Bug Tracker, Charley Eiseman. Charley has written two books and documents his fascinating explorations on his blog, BugTracks.

83 min2019 OCT 6
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Episode 11: Charley Eiseman, Freelance Naturalist and Bug Tracker Extraordinaire

Episode 10: Steve Sears of The Stationery Factory in Dalton, Mass

In today’s episode, I am airing my interview with Steve Sears of Dalton, Mass. Steve Sears is a true Renaissance Man of the 21st Century. He’s a wildlife advocate and on the Board of MassWildlife. He’s a family man, musician, small family “homesteader,” and he has led the acquisition and transformation of The Stationery Factory in Dalton, Mass from an empty former Crane & Company factory into a thriving marketplace, maker-space, and community center.

53 min2019 JUL 21
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Episode 10: Steve Sears of The Stationery Factory in Dalton, Mass

Episode 9: Jeff Ruch of PEER (Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility) (Part 2 of 2)

Thank you for listening to the Audible Café podcast. With our public employees enduring the fifth week of their forced furlough during a government shutdown resulting from the actions of a despotic and vindictive President Trump, this interview — and my interview with Kyla Bennett from PEER last week — couldn’t be more timely. In today’s episode, I am sharing my interview with Jeff Ruch, Executive Director of PEER - Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility. PEER is a watchdog of our public environmental agencies, and works extensively to empower public employees so that they are literally peers within their agencies, with a seat at the table that respects and relies on their knowledge and expertise to set and enforce policy, and honors their years of service and dedication. This honoring of our nation’s environmental laws and policies and employees is sorely missing, to say the least, under the Trump administration. Which means that PEER has been receiving many, many ...

56 min2019 JAN 26
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Episode 9: Jeff Ruch of PEER (Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility) (Part 2 of 2)

Episode 8: Kyla Bennett of PEER (Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility)

Today's guest is Kyla Bennett, New England Director and Director of Science Policy for PEER, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility. PEER protects public employees who protect our environment.

51 min2019 JAN 12
Comments
Episode 8: Kyla Bennett of PEER (Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility)

Latest Episodes

“The Issue with Tissue” w/Jennifer Skene of NRDC

This week's episode features Jennifer Skene, international law fellow with NRDC and lead author of "The Issue with Tissue" Report that details the destruction of the boreal forest by clear-cutting by U.S. corporations and the Canadian government to supply virgin tree pulp to produce household tissue products such as toilet paper and paper towels.

49 minJUL 6
Comments
“The Issue with Tissue” w/Jennifer Skene of NRDC

BEAT and Food & Water Watch vs. FERC

Today's interview is with Jane Winn of the Berkshire Environmental Action Team (or BEAT) and Rosemary Wessel of No Fracked Gas in Mass (a program of BEAT). We talked about a lawsuit that BEAT and the Food & Water Watch have brought against the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)

34 minMAY 26
Comments
BEAT and Food & Water Watch vs. FERC

Episode 15: Helia Native Nursery in Alford, Mass

Today's interview features Bridghe McCracken and Amillie Coster of Helia Native Nursery in Alford, Mass. Helia's mission is to protect native plant diversity. They recognize that ecosystems, locally and globally, are becoming exponentially threatened by climate change, pollution and development.

49 minMAY 6
Comments
Episode 15: Helia Native Nursery in Alford, Mass

Four Kings Day presented by Manos Unidas

Today’s show about the "I Have A Dream” / “Yo Tengo Un Sueño” Four Kings Community Event on Saturday, February 28, 2020 from 5-8 pm at the Whitney Museum of Art, 42 Wendell Ave, Pittsfield MA. It is co-hosted by Manos Unidas and the Roots and Dreams Coop and other dedicated collaborators.

33 minFEB 22
Comments
Four Kings Day presented by Manos Unidas

Episode 13: Alice Arena of FRRACS

Today I air my interview with Alice Arena, Executive Director of the Fore River Residents Against the Compressor Station, or FRRACS. Alice shares the history and urgent updates on the Weymouth Compressor Station project.

65 minFEB 6
Comments
Episode 13: Alice Arena of FRRACS

Episode 12: Special Edition - "Under Pressure" Documentary Screening Event.

Today, I speak with Rosemary Wessel of No Fracked Gas in Mass, Logan Malik of BEAT and No Fracked Gas in Mass, and Dr. Curt Nordgaard, a pediatrician, about the documentary Under Pressure and the Merrimack Valley fracked gas disaster of 2019.

48 min2019 NOV 5
Comments
Episode 12: Special Edition - "Under Pressure" Documentary Screening Event.

Episode 11: Charley Eiseman, Freelance Naturalist and Bug Tracker Extraordinaire

Today's episode features freelance naturalist, photographer, and intrepid Bug Tracker, Charley Eiseman. Charley has written two books and documents his fascinating explorations on his blog, BugTracks.

83 min2019 OCT 6
Comments
Episode 11: Charley Eiseman, Freelance Naturalist and Bug Tracker Extraordinaire

Episode 10: Steve Sears of The Stationery Factory in Dalton, Mass

In today’s episode, I am airing my interview with Steve Sears of Dalton, Mass. Steve Sears is a true Renaissance Man of the 21st Century. He’s a wildlife advocate and on the Board of MassWildlife. He’s a family man, musician, small family “homesteader,” and he has led the acquisition and transformation of The Stationery Factory in Dalton, Mass from an empty former Crane & Company factory into a thriving marketplace, maker-space, and community center.

53 min2019 JUL 21
Comments
Episode 10: Steve Sears of The Stationery Factory in Dalton, Mass

Episode 9: Jeff Ruch of PEER (Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility) (Part 2 of 2)

Thank you for listening to the Audible Café podcast. With our public employees enduring the fifth week of their forced furlough during a government shutdown resulting from the actions of a despotic and vindictive President Trump, this interview — and my interview with Kyla Bennett from PEER last week — couldn’t be more timely. In today’s episode, I am sharing my interview with Jeff Ruch, Executive Director of PEER - Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility. PEER is a watchdog of our public environmental agencies, and works extensively to empower public employees so that they are literally peers within their agencies, with a seat at the table that respects and relies on their knowledge and expertise to set and enforce policy, and honors their years of service and dedication. This honoring of our nation’s environmental laws and policies and employees is sorely missing, to say the least, under the Trump administration. Which means that PEER has been receiving many, many ...

56 min2019 JAN 26
Comments
Episode 9: Jeff Ruch of PEER (Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility) (Part 2 of 2)

Episode 8: Kyla Bennett of PEER (Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility)

Today's guest is Kyla Bennett, New England Director and Director of Science Policy for PEER, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility. PEER protects public employees who protect our environment.

51 min2019 JAN 12
Comments
Episode 8: Kyla Bennett of PEER (Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility)
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