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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 "N."

Brian Nattrass

How To Dance With The Tiger Of Sustainability. Presentation excerpts by Brian Nattrass. Discusses the shift towards sustainability in business, and the processes through which companies develop their green growth plans. Listen Here >>

Gerald Nelson

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 >>

Wallace ‘J’ Nichols

How Water Can Soothe, Heal & Transform Your Life! Interview with Wallace ‘J’ Nichols. A discussion of our connection with the water, and how it can help us all feel better, live better, and have healthier, happier lives. This wide ranging interview also includes conversation about a million dollar fish, spear guns, one billion baby turtles, and a sea-turtle shaped ring. Listen Here >>

Is Water the Sine Qua Non of "Red" and "Blue" America? Discussion with Wallace ‘J’ Nichols. Water and proximity to water impacts us in profound ways that stem from our evolutionary biology and extend to health, happiness and a more holistic view of the world. This discussion explores man's connection to water. Listen Here >>

Be Better Podcast: Blue Mind. Interview with Wallace ‘J’ Nichols. Features a discussion about the neurophysiology of the impact of water on our mental and physical health and about the power of nature. Listen Here >>

Blue Mind: Water & Our Health, Brain, Well-Being. Discussion with Wallace ‘J’ Nichols. A dialogue about the interface of water, neuroscience, health, creativity and well-being. Listen Here >>

Marine Biologist Extraordinaire. Interview with Wallace ‘J’ Nichols. “Our ocean is in trouble,” Nichols explains. “We’re putting too much into it, taking too much out of it, and destroying the edge,” and then he articulates three powerful “calls to action.” Listen Here >>

DePauw 2010 Commencement Address. Presentation by Wallace ‘J’ Nichols. In his commencement address to the DePauw University Class of 2010, Nichols extolled a commitment to improving the environment and working to make the world a better place. “Our actions, wherever we are, matter to the future of the ocean, and the future of the ocean matters to all of us.” Listen Here >>

Dom Nozzi

Designing Streets and Parking for Livability. Interview with Dom Nozzi. Discussion of transportation planning and design in Ottawa. That city is in the process of spending large sums to modify their roads. Nozzi suggests designing streets and parking for livability, efficiency, and safety, and he notes that widening roads or expanding free parking is inefficient and counterproductive to community objectives and transportation choice. Listen Here >>

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