Eco Radio KC

EcoRadio KC explores our interdependence with the rest of the world, showing the connections between the ways we choose to live and the health of the whole community of life. As a result, we plan to cover a wide range of topics, including local & regenerative agriculture, energy conservation & efficiency, justice, eco-villages, alternative medicine, indigenous peoples, clean energy, local food systems, biofuels, the need for multicultural participation in social change, global warming & climate disruption, extinction, green building and chemistry, and consumerism.

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A Roadmap to Carbon Neutrality for Households and Small Organizations


EcoRadio KC is pleased to present Daniel Clark Reuman, University of Kansas Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, and Senior Scientist, Kansas Biological Survey. Earlier this year, Daniel offered a class to his community: “Climate Change and W...


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Lead poisoning and your health in the least expected places


On today’s show: Our programmer, Richard Mabion, will host a discussion with Althea Moses from EPA, Amy Roberts from KCMO Heath Dept and Christina VanCleave from Wyandotte County Health Dept. They will be discussing lead poisoning,


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Extinction Rebellion – this is OUR issue


On EcoRadioKC, host Brent Ragsdale welcomes guests Lee Gum and Russell Gray.  Both are active with the KC Extinction Rebellion Movement.  Lee and Russell will give us a history of the XR Movement and explain their actions on a global, national,


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Glyphosate Roundup


The post Glyphosate Roundup appeared first on KKFI.


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Farm Living at Sacred Sun Coop


Things are growing here in the Midwest and it is a great time to seek out locally grown foods.  This week’s episode will provide you with up-to-date information about where you can go to get fresh, sustainably grown food.  We …


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Farm Living at Sacred Sun Coop


Things are growing here in the Midwest and it is a great time to seek out locally grown foods.  This week’s episode will provide you with up-to-date information about where you can go to get fresh, sustainably grown food.


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Sunrise Project and Environmental Impacts of Floods


First, Brent Ragsdale interviews Jack Vandeleuv Hub Coordinator for Sunrise Movement KC. We will be discussing what the Sunrise Movement is about and particularly their support for the Green New Deal. Their website says: “We’re building an army of young …


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 2019-05-20  56m
 
 

Sunrise Project and Environmental Impacts of Floods


First, Brent Ragsdale interviews Jack Vandeleuv Hub Coordinator for Sunrise Movement KC. We will be discussing what the Sunrise Movement is about and particularly their support for the Green New Deal. Their website says: “We’re building an army of youn...


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 2019-05-20  56m
 
 

Endangered Species Act


Join host Craig Lubow for a discussion of the Endangered Species Act with Heather Navarro, Executive Director of Missouri Coalition for the Environment. Discussion will include an overview of the act, reasons for the act, successes and failures,


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 2019-05-12  59m
 
 

Endangered Species Act


Join host Craig Lubow for a discussion of the Endangered Species Act with Heather Navarro, Executive Director of Missouri Coalition for the Environment. Discussion will include an overview of the act, reasons for the act, successes and failures,


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 2019-05-12  59m