Become an effortless ecologist with Meredith Medland, conservation expert and master host of LivingGreen. Feeling guilty about your greenness? Heard about “An Inconvenient Truth”? Want to drive your SUV and lower your impact on global warming? This show digs into the psychology of ecology and the myriad new ideas that will help you balance your greenhouse effect without significant personal trade-offs. Each week, Meredith will interview ordinary, yet extraordinary guests who believe that their personal practices will save our planet. Be engaged in a healthy and honest debate about how worthwhile a sustainable lifestyle really is. You’ll learn what motivates these eco-savvy people and find out why their belief structure is something you may want to consider. Hear practical how-to advice on socially-responsible investing, green stocks, composting, recycled and organic products and foods, eco-tourism, green building, energy-efficient appliances and Energy-Star home products, alternative healthcare, clean, renewable and solar energy, carbon credits, Hybrid cars and more. Get guilt-releasing tips for managing over-consumption and step-by-step instructions from people who are walking the walk into the 21st century. Al Gore will be so proud! Brought to you by Personal Life Media. Living Green Editorial Calendar Why Eco-Savy People Really Do What They Do: Indepth Interviews Live from the Santa Barbara International Film Festival – A collection of conversations from the Red Carpet with Jack Johnson, Al Gore, Davis Guggenheim, Will Smith and more Determined to Make a Difference – Why Seasonal Eating is the New 21st Century “Diet” Are we overly ambitious? These eco savy entrepreneurs say eco is even more efficient! Real Life Superheroes Inspire You to Go Green: An inside look at Superhero Camp Celebrities Get Green - Publicity or Passion? Organic Farming: An inspiring look at one woman’s journey into the soil of the earth The Intersection of Technology and Ecology: What happens next? Hollywood Goes Green: Reflections on the Motion Picture Industry Initiative to Go Green Food for Fuel: A look at the food cycle at the Omega Institute An inspiring conversation with Captain Ecology, the 70’s Superhero who is finally getting recognized in the mainstream media Nature Deficit Disorder - Will children forget Green? Findhorn Foundation: Creating Global Online Communities that evoke action and inspiration Costa Rica Eco Academy - A New Frontier In Education Get motivated to shift your footprint – Ten facts that will change your habits, immediately Music for the Earth – “The Coconuts” create Songs to Reduce Nature Deficient Disorder Take the initiative – How you can decrease your CO2 emissions by 30% in one year Telecom Industry & Fuel Cells -- Why you need to know what's coming? Passionate People Unite – Eco Villages and International Communities Forming All Across the World Flash Forward: Will unplugging be the new "hot" commodity?
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The Crossing-Zone is a Christian Podcast, geared towards teenagers, yet still very entertaining to the older generation as well. It is designed to bring you into a closer relationship with God and help you get past all the cars and to the other side of the crossing-zone, with Jesus. Please listen and enjoy, then help spread the word to your friends.
Understanding the connections between energy, economics, politics and culture. Bread With Circus Radio is a left-leaning socio-political, philosophical talk show that isn't afraid to be smart. Alex strives to tell the truth and talk about important issues that the mainstream media ignores. This program is designed to cut through the filter of the commercial media, and share important news with a smart audience. This is independent media. From Whitehorse, Yukon, this is Bread With Circus Radio.
The real estate market in Costa Rica is booming.This is a guide to some of the most prized real estate.
A richly produced one-hour public radio special about how unlikely allies are coming together to preserve rural culture from rapid residential growth, sustain local economies as recreation developments boom, and protect clean water and open space for future generations. Produced by Two-time Peabody award-winning producer, Catherine Stifter, and award-winning community media maker, jesikah maria ross.
By jesikah maria ross & Catherine Stifter