New Earth Watch Part 2 with Cam Walker on Australia Fires & Their Impact

Photo: Friends of the Earth Australia Cam Walker is the campaigns coordinator for Friends of the Earth Australia. He works on campaigns including climate and energy justice, forests and inland rivers. He is also a volunteer firefighter with the Country Fire… Read More

New Earth Watch with Cam Walker on Australia Fires & Their Impact

Burned eucalyptus trees, Chile.  As in Australia, a combination of heat wave and drought contributed to the worst wildfires in Chile’s history over the 2016-2017 fire season.  Photo: photolangelle.org (2017)   Cam Walker is the campaigns coordinator for… Read More

New Earth Minute: Anne Petermann on a Throw-Away World

Clearcut in the Shawnee National Forest during songbird mating season, May, 2019 Photo: Langelle  

New Earth Watch with Gidimt’en Clan member Molly Wickham

Photo: Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN) via Wet’suwet’en Supporter Toolkit 2020 On Wet’suwet’en Resistance to Canada Pipeline    

New Earth Minute with Anne Petermann on the Lie of Jet Blue Going Carbon Neutral

Photo courtesy: World Rainforest Movement, Bulletin 247   The Washington Post recently published an article that “Jet Blue plans to go completely carbon neutral on all U.S. Flights.” While this sounds like a delightful and guilt-free way to… Read More

Conversations in Southern Illinois on Sojourner Truth with Margaret Prescod

Conversations in Southern Illinois highlights conversations with residents, farmers and environmentalists of rural Southern Illinois, home to Shawnee National Forest. It is part of a new occasional series bridging the rural-urban divide in the U.S. The Shawnee National… Read More

KPFK Interviews Alejandra Parra on Chile Protests & Global Environmental Justice

The climate bloc began at the metro stop La Moneda in front of the Central Unitaria de Trabajadores. Photo: Orin Langelle An interview conducted by Terra Verde host Gary Hughes with Alejandra Parra of RADA (The Environmental Rights… Read More