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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 "O."

Summer Rayne Oakes

Green Fashionista. Discussion with Summer Rayne Oakes. Oakes explains to host Bruce Gellerman how bamboo is turned into haute couture and why we should wear earth-friendly clothing. Listen Here >>

Ric O’Barry

Interview On Dolphin Talk Radio. Discussion with Ric O’Barry. Dolphins are regularly captured, harassed, slaughtered and sold into captivity around the world. O'Barry describes his work not only to halt these slaughters, but also to rehabilitate captive dolphins and return them to the wild. He brought the world’s attention to the brutal hunts taking place along the coast of Japan, as seen in the 2009 Academy Award-winning feature documentary The Cove, and he successfully negotiated for an end to dolphin slaughter in the Solomon Islands. Listen Here >>

David Orr

Eco Schools: Educating for Sustainable Communities. Discussion with Fritjof Capra, Cheryl Charles, and David Orr. Most American schools are flunking when it comes to how well they integrate ecological literacy across the curriculum. Fritjof Capra, co-founder of the Center for Ecoliteracy, Cheryl Charles, from the Children and Nature Network, and leading environmental educator David Orr explore what's working for the schools that are successfully integrating ecological awareness, understanding and practices throughout the curriculum and the community. Listen Here >>

Jacquelyn Ottman

Green Marketing’s New Rules. Interview with Jacquelyn Ottman. Using her more than thirty years experience in green marketing, Ottman demonstrates how sustainable products and brands provide an ever-expanding global opportunity, and how they are now very much a part of the marketing mainstream. She shares practical strategies to meet the challenges and the demands of green products and offers ideas for integrating green thinking and sustainability into new and existing products and brands to provide added value. Listen Here >>

The New Rules of Green Marketing. Interview with Jacquelyn Ottman. She was working with Fortune 500 companies, government officials, Hollywood celebrities, educators, and plain old consumers back when green was just a color. She knew the rules were changing, so she wrote a book about the strategies needed to play by the new rules. Ottman talks about her book The New Rules of Green Marketing and about the inspiring ideas for sustainable branding. Listen Here >>

Naomi Oreskes

Climate Denial, Education and Politics. Commonwealth Club program with Naomi Oreskes, Joe Romm, and Eugene Scott. There is a war being waged on science by government opponents and special interests, designed to fuel skepticism and discredit the work of climate scientists in the eyes of the public. Their techniques go back to the Greeks, says Joe Romm, author of Language IntelligenceListen Here >>

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