The Marc Steiner Show

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SoundBites: Environmental Justice & Fracking

Fracking Well (Credit: Colorado River Connected)December 15, 2016 – Segment 2

We host for you the newest episode of our series on our food and our world, Sound Bites. Our guests will discuss The Future of the Environmental Justice Movement Under the Trump Administration. With: Brentin Mock, staff writer at CityLab and formerly the justice editor at Grist; and Brittany Shenachie, activist and educator who has been involved with a variety of social movements in the US and the UK, with a primary focus on climate change and environmental justice.

In the last part of our new SoundBites segment we will also hear a report on how fracking produces tons of radioactive waste. With Jie Jenny Zou, reporting fellow for The Center for Public Integrity’s environment and labor team.

Climate Change: A Conversation With Activists And Journalists

ice capMay 14, 2014 – Segment 5

We turn our attention to Climate Change, with guests: Daphne Wysham, Fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies, where she directs the Sustainable Energy & Economy Network and the Genuine Progress Project; Rev. Meredith Moise, Ordained Minister, writer, community activist and teacher, who currently works at a clean energy non-profit that organizes communities in Baltimore to purchase clean energy collectively; and Julia Kumari Drapkin, Lead Producer foriSeeChange at KVNF, a public media experiment in community environmental science reporting.


Earth Day 2013: Where it is now and where it should go from here?

Earth Day 2013April 22, 2013 – Segment 5

We celebrate the 43rd annual Earth Day! We will examine what the environmental movement has done over the past 43 years, where it is now, and where it should go from here. Guests include: Dru Schmidt-Perkins, Executive Director at 1000 Friends of Maryland; Marty Cobenais, Indigenous Environmental Network pipeline campaigner from Bemidji, Minnesota; and Mark Hertsgaard, fellow of the New America Foundation, journalist, and author of HOT: Living Through the Next Fifty Years on Earth.