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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.
 
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Oil. It’s in your tires, your makeup, your kids’ toys, your gas tank. And the pipelines that get it to you have become the focus of growing protests, from Keystone XL to Dakota Access. On Rivers of Oil from Minnesota Public Radio News, we’ll look at those pipelines buried beneath our feet, how they’ve come to the forefront of an epic tug of war between reliance and risk, and how we all have a role to play in this story.
 
Alicia Higgs is an angel intuitive specializing in mediumship, angel channeling and psychic readings. Shawna Lomax is an angel intuitive specializing in psychic readings, angel channeling and tarot card readings. We invite you to listen and to participate by calling in with questions or to give your opinions and experiences regarding the topic for the show.
 
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[caption id="attachment_370974" align="alignright" width="271"] Phillips 66 Refinery in Rodeo, California. Image credit Gary Hughes.[/caption] This episode of Terra Verde features field interviews with Contra Costa County residents with decades of collective experience in responding to the public health and safety threats of the Phillips 66 refiner…
 
This episode of Terra Verde features interviews with Ann Alexander [1], an attorney with the Natural Resources Defense Council, and Greg Karras, energy systems scientist and founder of Community Energy Re-Source [2], describing the environmental review of the proposed conversion of the Phillips 66 Rodeo and Marathon Martinez SF Bay Area refineries …
 
A discussion on equity and community building within San Diego's sports scene. Topics include Lincoln High School's decision to bow out of a scheduled football game due to racist social media posts linked to an opposing team, increasing representation for women in the sports industry, and the strong start for SDSU football as it plays all of its ga…
 
Earth Island Journal [1] editor and Terra Verde host Maureen Nandini Mitra talks with journalist, author, and new farmer, Beth Hoffman, about her new book, Bet the Farm: The Dollars and Sense of Growing Food in America [2], which details the many challenges, especially financial, that most farmers in the USA struggle with.[1] https://www.earthislan…
 
Many communities that are impacted by oil spills also end up facing long term health impacts from exposure to toxic chemicals that are used in the oil spill 'cleanup' process, particularly dispersants –– chemical solvents that break floating oil slicks apart into tiny droplets that are more easily absorbed into the water column. Dispersants make an…
 
The fossil fuel industry has known about climate change for half a century. It has also known that the burning of fossil fuels drives climate change, and that public understanding of this fact would be bad for business. So rather than acknowledging the reality of the climate crisis, Big Oil took a different tact – it actively spread misinformation.…
 
Lithium mining carries with it devastating environmental and social impacts, and a new documentary film from Argentina called En el Nombre del Litio [1] is a ground breaking communications project capturing these cultural and environmental threats. To explore the dilemma embedded in the push for technological solutions to the climate crisis, Terra …
 
[caption id="attachment_366222" align="aligncenter" width="262"] Photo by Michael Piazza[/caption] Earth Island Journal [1] editor and Terra Verde host Maureen Nandini Mitra talks with veteran food activist and author Frances Moore Lappé about the 50th anniversary edition of her seminal book, Diet for a Small Planet [2], and the relationship betwee…
 
As corporations and governments drive hard for 'net zero' and 'carbon capture' as a supposed climate solution KPFA Terra Verde is joined by writer and climate justice advocate Anthony Rogers-Wright to discuss his recently published essay Colonizing Calamity: Why Anglocentrism Exacerbates the Climate Crisis [1], in which he articulates the imperativ…
 
Local K-12 schools and colleges begin the academic year with a return to campus amid the COVID-19 pandemic, prep sports including high school football begin play after having their seasons canceled last year, and a look at some of the seemingly solvable issues that have gone addressed in San Diego for decades.…
 
[caption id="attachment_364572" align="aligncenter" width="345"] Photo by Adrian Scottow / Flickr[/caption] Earth Island Journal [1] editor and Terra Verde host Maureen Nandini Mitra talks with author and oral historian Shanna Farrell about her new book, A Good Drink: In Pursuit of Sustainable Spirits [2], that looks into the environmental footprin…
 
Political turmoil in Haiti adds to the asylum situation at San Diego's border with Mexico, an update on the city of San Diego's latest effort to provide shelter for people experiencing homelessness downtown and a new study that might help ease restrictions on blood donations from gay men.KPBS Public Media tarafından oluşturuldu
 
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