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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 "S."

Tony Seba

Historic Disruption. Interview with Tony Seba. Seba explains that when technology disruptions happen, they can happen very quickly. He predicts that people born in 2015 will never drive. By 2030, all cars will drive themselves, and we probably won’t own them. Listen Here >> More about Tony Seba >>

AI & Fintech: Clean Disruption. Discussion with Tony Seba. A discussion, including several participants, focusing on how to truly take advantage of and prepare for a future when cars are not privately owned and are self-driving, energy is green, abundant, and cheap, and robots replace workers at a dramatic rate, changing the nature of work forever. Listen Here >> More about Tony Seba >>

John Seed

Sustainable World Radio: Defending The Forest. Interview with John Seed. Describes his work on projects focused on the conservation of nature, including the conservation of rainforests, as well as reforestation efforts in India and South America. Seed argues that humans must realize that we’re part of nature rather than separate from it, or none of the practical projects he and others undertake will save us in the end. Listen Here >> More about John Seed >>

Bill Shireman

Sustainability & Profitability Are Linked. Excerpts from a presentation by Bill Shireman. Shireman explains why in his view you have to have profit or financial incentive aligned with what is good for society. “If it’s not profitable in the end, then the activity can’t be sustained.” Listen Here >> More about Bill Shireman >>

Rae Sikora

“I Used To Be A Vegetarian…”. Interview with Rae Sikora. A discussion about why some people decide to stop being veg*n. What obstacles do people face? Why do some people stay committed, while others become discouraged? How can other veggies respond in a helpful and supportive way? Listen Here >> More about Rae Sikora >>

Rae Sikora Interviews Richard Schwartz: Why People Should Be Vegetarians. Interview conducted by Rae Sikora. Discussion covers a wide array of the ways vegan and vegetarian diets contribute to creating a more sustainable world. Listen Here >> More about Rae Sikora >>

Spreading The Culture Of Compassion. Interview with Rae Sikora. This discussion includes how the culture of compassion is spreading, remembering the important difference between want and need, redefining wealth (what a rich life really looks like), and that there really is no such thing as a lost cause. Listen Here >> More about Rae Sikora >>

Jeremy Spiro-Winn

Cornucopia Podcast: Investigating the Cult, Culture & Business of Food. Hosted by Matt Levine and Jeremy Spiro-Winn. Food isn’t just fuel. It’s a part of culture. A ritual we share with others. A unifier. Cornucopia explores these meanings and myths, the influencers and the influenced. Why people eat this and not that, shop here but not there. Food is big business too. Cornucopia looks at that business, follows from the seed to the store, and explores how food is grown, processed, packaged, marketed and sold. Listen Here >> More about Matt Levine >>

Laura Stec

The Climate Opportunity: Help the Planet While Improving Your Life! Interview with Laura Stec. This two-hour special is co-hosted by Beth Green and Dr. Grant Deane of University of California at San Diego. It includes an interview with Laura Stec, who as a chef, consultant and author shows us how to shop and eat for great taste, better health AND the climate. Listen Here >> More about Laura Stec >>

Do You Want Delicious Food, a Healthier Body, Mind, Spirit AND a Healthier Planet? Interview with Laura Stec. Stec explains how we can have more delicious food, healthier bodies and combat climate change all at once. She’s got a 6-pronged program that offers many alternatives. You’re bound to find something that works for you, whether it’s the way you shop, eat, cook or treat the soil. Listen Here >> More about Laura Stec >>

David Steinman

Canned Food Chemicals & Sleep On An Organic Mattress. David Steinman interviews Harriet Weinstein and Walt Bader. Weinstein, contributor to “E Environment” magazine, talks about the chemicals in canned food and Bader, author of “Sleep Safe in a Toxic World,” talks about the health benefits of organic mattresses. Listen Here >> More about David Steinman >>

The Fresh Food Movement. David Steinman interviews Alexandra Gross. Individuals and grassroots organizations in rural and urban areas are on a mission to provide good food to people of all ages and socioeconomic backgrounds. For example, farm-to-school programs have become options for thousands of school districts and food service programs are integrating fresh fruits and vegetables from local farms or from campus or community gardens into their menus. Listen Here >> More about David Steinman >>

Our World on the Edge Interview. From Green Patriot Radio segment hosted by David Steinman. Interview with Lester Brown on his book World on the Edge. Listen Here >> More about David Steinman >>

NRDC’s Force for Nature. From Green Patriot Radio segment hosted by David Steinman. Interview with John Adams, founding director of the NRDC, author of “A Force for Nature,” and recipient of the 2010 Presidential Medal of Freedom. Listen Here >> More about David Steinman >>

The Nissan Leaf, The Gulf Oil Spill Disaster & The Story of King Corn. Interviews conducted by David Steinman. Interviews with Paul Scott, co-founder of Plug In America; Peter Lehner, executive director of the Natural Resources Defense Council; and Aaron Woolf, director of “King Corn: You are What You Eat.” Listen Here >> More about David Steinman >>

Fracking for Oil & The Green Party. Interviews conducted by David Steinman. Interviews with Josh Fox, director of “Gasland,” and Derek Iversen, spokesperson for the Green Party of California. Listen Here >> More about David Steinman >>

Obama Halts Offshore Drilling. Interview conducted by David Steinman. Interviews with Anna Lenzer, reporter for “Mother Jones” magazine, Chad Nelson, environmental director for the Surfrider Foundation, and Jeff Gearhart, research director for the Ecology Center. Listen Here >> More about David Steinman >>

Amy Stewart

Edible Rebels. Audio essay by Amy Stewart. Bestselling author Stewart reads an essay adapted from her new book Wicked Bugs about insects, the original edible rebels. Listen Here >> More about Amy Stewart >>

Where Valentine's Day Flowers Are Grown, And How To Find Sustainable Blooms. Interview with Amy Stewart. Discusses where Valentine’s Day flowers are grown and how sustainable the flower industry is. Listen Here >> More about Amy Stewart >>

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