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.
As the Kansas City region gets ready for the Intermodal Hub, Richard Mabion explores how environmental impact can be mitigated. Richard’s guests are: 1. Eric Kirkendall 2. Leticia DeCaigny 3. Feng Zhang
Elaine Geisel will talk about the Fukushima radiation scare in bluefin tuna and the whole concept of sustainable fisheries. She’ll have a website where folks can look at recommended fish to buy and/or eat in restaurants. . There’s a lot …
Tonight on EcoRadio KC, the team will revisit some of their past show topics and provide updates on them, as well as live reports from the Keystone XL Pipeline protests in both Kansas City (Mill Creek Park) and Lenexa, Kansas (EPA office). …
This week on EcoRadio KC, we finally present Richard Mabion‘s 2013 Year in Review–all things that impacted us environmentally here in the KC metro, and the issues that fired us up will be analyzed as we officially ring in 2014.
On this installment of EcoRadio KC, Craig Lubow‘s guest will be David Mitchell, an activist in 350.org and the interim director of Citizens Climate Lobby. David has served on the Executive Committee of the Missouri Sierra Club until recently,
Tonight on EcoRadio KC, host Richard Mabion takes us through a 2013 enviro-centric retrospect about the year that was, and where we are heading in 2014 as far as healing and nurturing our island home, Mother Earth.
The Williams Corp. of Tulsa, Okla., in partnership with the Boardwalk Pipeline Partners of Houston, has proposed construction of an interstate pipeline from two separate natural gas shales in western Pennsylvania and southeast Ohio through Kentucky.