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This page is an index of audio programs, including presentations, presentation excerpts, panel discussions, documentary interviews, online interviews, talk radio guest appearances, broadcast radio news and feature stories, green performances, and radio documentaries, for speakers, performers and authors with last names starting with "B."

David Blume

Air America Radio: The Thom Hartmann Show. Interview with David Blume. The author or Alcohol Can Be A Gas tells listeners how they can make alcohol fuel for 40 cents a gallon, as well as much more related to alcohol biofuels, permaculture, and beyond (starts at 1:16). Listen Here >> More about David Blume >>

Green Wizardry! Interview with David Blume. In his book Alcohol Can be a Gas!, Blume provides an in-depth exploration of the entire field of bioethanol. In this interview about his book, he discusses its forgotten history as well as the current state-of-the-art. Listen Here >> More about David Blume >>

Higher Ethanol Blends & Air Pollution. Interview with David Blume. Higher blends of ethanol in gasoline reduces air pollution, including the three major pollutants, nitrous oxide, carbon monoxide, and hydrocarbons. Listen Here >> More about David Blume >>

NPR’s Science Friday: Ethanol Power to the People. Interview with David Blume. Discussion of the most common misconceptions about the use of ethanol for fuel, and about Blume’s vision for decentralized, community supported ethanol production in the United States. Listen Here >> More about David Blume >>

The Alcohol Revolution. Interview with David Blume. As Executive Director of the International Institute for Ecological Agriculture and author of Alcohol Can Be a Gas!, Blume discusses alcohol, permaculture, and Consumer Supported Energy. Listen Here >> More about David Blume >>

Wendy Brawer

Founding The Green Map System. Interview with Wendy Brawer. The Green Map System is an online platform for building community maps and guides to green living, nature and cultural resources. Green Map is now a presence in close to 900 communities in 65 countries. As Brawer remembers, it all started back in 1991, when she and a group of inspirational people from around the world were in New York City, preparing for the Earth Summit. Listen Here >> More about Wendy Brawer >>

Hillary Brown

Re-Designing Cities: Tips On Making The Most Of Concrete. Interview with Hillary Brown. NPR’s Living On Earth focuses on architect Hillary Brown, author of Next-Generation Infrastructure: Principles for Post-Industrial Public Works. Brown offers tips on how to make a healthier and more sustainable city utilizing a new approach to the miles and miles of concrete and pavement rights-of-way in big cities. Listen Here >> More about Hillary Brown >>

Tips On Making The Most Of Concrete. Radio interview with Hillary Brown. In this NPR Living On Earth interview, Brown offers some tips on how to make the most of miles of concrete and pavement rights-of-way in big cities. Listen Here >> More about Hillary Brown >>

Lester Brown

The Sobering Facts on Global Resource Scarcity. Online interview with Lester Brown. Discussion of the global depletion themes that concern Lester Brown the most, including population growth, water usage, limits to food production and climate change. In many of these areas, the picture painted by the data is alarming. Our future choices are quickly being limited to when these constraints will limit our way of life, not if. Listen Here >>

Science Friday: Feeding A Hotter, More Crowded Planet. Ira Flatow leads discussion with Lester Brown, Gawain Kripke, and Gerald Nelson. Nearly a billion people worldwide don't have reliable access to food, according to United Nations estimates, and some experts worry climate change will drive that number even higher. Flatow and guests discuss the challenge of keeping food supplies secure in the face of a changing climate. What are the problems? Where can we look for solutions? How can farmers adapt in coming generations. Listen Here >>

Voice of America: Extreme Weather Intensifies International Food Crisis. Interview with Lester Brown. Climate change could break Africa’s agricultural backbone. Brown explains: “The earth’s climate system is now changing. And with each passing year, the climate system and the agricultural system are more and more out of sync with each other…making it more difficult for farmers to expand production fast enough to keep up with (world) demand (for food).” Listen Here >>

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