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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 "H."

Reese Halter

Bees Under Attack. Interview with Reese Halter. Bees are in trouble all over the world. More than 40 percent of bees died in the U.S. in 2015.  Halter describes efforts to save bees, including a rally that saw millions of dead bees delivered to the EPA in Washington. The EPA controls the use of neonicotinoids, which are employed at levels thousands of times above those harmful to bees. Listen Here >>

Mike Harcourt

On The Book: City Making in Paradise. Online interview with Mike Harcourt. Former premier of British Columbia and Vancouver mayor, Harcourt discusses his book with Joseph Planta. It looks at the public policy and planning decisions that made the Greater Vancouver region as livable as it is today. Listen Here >>

Mark Harris

NPR: On Environmentally Friendly Funerals. Interview with Mark Harris. Fresh Air’s Terry Gross interviews Harris, a former environmental columnist with the Los Angeles Times Syndicate, about his book Grave Matters: A Journey Through the Modern Funeral Industry to a Natural Way of Burial. Listen Here >>

Denis Hayes

What's In A Name: How Earth Day Was Born. Discussion radio guest Denis Hayes. Marcie Sillman of Seattle radio station KUOW talks with Denis Hayes, founder of Earth Day, about how the perfect name for the day was determined. Listen Here >>

First Earth Day Organizer Offers Advice On Handling Eco-Complacency. Discussion radio guest Denis Hayes. David Hyde talks with environmental activist Denis Hayes about some Earth Day advice for people who have become eco-complacent. Listen Here >>

Bullitt Center: A Building That Functions Like An Organism. Radio interview with Denis Hayes. Discussion of the new Bullitt Foundation headquarters building in Seattle. They call it the greenest building in the world. It is a “living building” that will generate all its own electricity and water. The Bullitt Center team worked for more that two years to identify building products without toxic chemicals. They have also negotiated with building material suppliers to ensure their products did not contain any of over 360 toxic chemicals. Listen Here >>

David Helvarg

A Love Affair With The Sea. Interview with David Helvarg. A marine conservationist and author of The Golden Shore: California’s Love Affair with the Sea, Helvarg describes hislove affair with the sea as well as his earlier career as a war correspondent in Central America. This interview also includes a history of beachgoing as well as discussion of the popularization of surfing and the future of the California coastline. Listen Here >>

A Myriad Of Challenges Facing Ocean Life. Interview with David Helvarg. Dr. Rob Moir talks with Helvarg about the myriad challenges facing endangered marine life, from Hawaii to Georges Banks, and from the Louisiana Bayous to Michigan’s Straits of Mackinac. Also covered is the health of species in Hawaiian waters, including monk seals, Nene Geese, and other indigenous wildlife. Listen Here >>

The Seaweed Rebellion: Saving The Earth By Saving The Oceans. Discussion with David Helvarg, Michael Stocker, and Anne Rowley. The marine news is heartbreaking. Ocean defenders Helvarg, Stocker, and Rowley illuminate both the peril of noise and plastics pollution and the promise they see In the Seaweed Rebellion to save the oceans and ourselves. From the Bioneers Radio Series. Listen Here >>

Seaweed Rebels Rally With Sherman's Lagoon For Oceans. Discussion with David Helvarg and Jim Toomey. Blue Frontier Campaign president Helvarg and Sherman’s Lagoon syndicated cartoonist Toomey talk about the goals and accomplishments of the National Ocean Policy Task Force. They also discuss the “Seaweed Rebellion,” which has brought people together and provided focus while enhancing awareness of the grassroots ocean movement. Listen Here >>

Ocean Advocates Saving The Sea In Washington. Interview with David Helvarg. The founder and Executive Director of Blue Frontier speaks about what is happening in Washington and about his latest book Saved by the Sea. He discusses the purposes of the Blue Vision Summit, and he also explains the Peter Benchley Ocean Awards for excellence in stewardship, science, policy, marine exploration and youth activism. Listen Here >>

From California's Golden Shore To D.C.'s Blue Vision Summit. Interview with David Helvarg. Helvarg discusses his book: Golden Shore: California’s Love Affair with the Sea. He describes the passionate stewardship that arose from the California offshore oil spill and the ensuing images of seabirds covered in black tarry oil. Today the golden state is first in the nation for ocean conservation. Helvarg gives many examples of returning wildlife, including Blue Whales swimming just offshore from the very busy ports at Los Angeles and Long Beach. Listen Here >>

Blue Visions & Seaweed Rebels. Interview with David Helvarg. Helvarg talks about the urgent need and opportunity for change. He explains the “Seaweed Rebellion,” a marine grassroots initiative by coastal and ocean activists including surfers, sailors, scientists, environmentalists, maritime workers, coastal communities and many others. He enumerates the many possibilities for citizen activists to restore healthy seas. Listen Here >>

Annette Huddle

Children in the Garden. Interview with Annette Huddle. Young children learn by using all of their senses, and older kids become engaged by looking for things. “What better place for them to learn than in a garden?”, asks Annette Huddle, Associate Director of Youth Education at the San Francisco Botanical Garden. Listen Here >>

Linda Mason Hunter

Green Clean Your Home With These Non-Toxic Tips. Interview with Linda Mason Hunter. Co-author of Green Clean (a step-by-step guide to cleaning your home with non-toxic, eco-friendly products), Hunter gives great advice on how to dispose of traditional, possibly toxic cleaning products. She suggests three basic ingredients to make your home sparkle: baking soda, distilled white vinegar, and vegetable-based soap. She also talks about the pros and cons of Borax, an old-fashioned, yet now controversial cleaning product. Listen Here >>

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