October 15, 2018
Jim Nugent is a cherry grower in Traverse City, Michigan. I traveled to his farm to talk to him about how climate change is affecting his farming and agriculture as a whole, the details of growing cherries, the power of science, frost events, bees, finding the truth, conservation, and what it would take to change his mind.
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May 19, 2018
David Barrons is a former meteorologist from Traverse City, Michigan involved in environmentalism and speaking about climate change. We talk about weather, the consequences of climate change, what we can do about it, agriculture and farmers, the power of science, reasons for denial, Daoism, fossil fuels, the importance of energy, batteries, economics, seeking the truth, and what it would take to change his mind.
April 13, 2018
Nikki Rothwell is a Horticulturist and Michigan State University Extension Specialist. We talk about her work, how it's affected by the climate and what she does to combat climate change. We also dive deeper into the root of denial. She reflects on her work, family life, time, being busy, and how our culture's norms affect how we address the big issues facing us today.
January 22, 2018
Fergus Baumann is the Founder of a New York based environmental activist group called Climo that formed in 2017. Its current mission is to raise money for a revolutionary technology using Solar Thermal Electrochemical Process (STEP) to convert atmospheric CO2 into usable carbon nanofibers.
December 14, 2017
Dori Chandler is an environmental planner, climate activist, and educator. She works with non-profits, governments, universities, and faith communities to promote energy efficiency, renewable energy, eco-justice, and waste reduction and reuse. She is the statewide coordinator and group leader with Citizens' Climate Lobby and a board member with Hoosier Interfaith Power & Light.
December 8, 2017
Peter Sinclair is an award winning, independent, climate educator, videographer, graphic artist, and active voice for climate change. He travels to Greenland yearly to document the effects of climate change there, works as the Media Director on the Dark Snow Project and This is Not Cool with Yale. He is probably best known for his Climate Crock of the Week series and is arguably the internet’s leading climate video blogger!