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June 28th, 2011
The Hardest Hit By Climate Change

Founder of Sungevity (a Sea Change Radio sponsor), long-time social entrepreneur, and a former Greenpeace campaign manager, Danny Kennedy sits down with host Alex Wise to discuss how global climate change is disproportionately affecting those who can least afford it. Listen

June 28th, 2011
Flight of Fancy: The Air Travel Dilemma

Airplanes transport over 2.2 billion passengers a year but they are also a significant contributor to climate change, producing approximately 600 million tons of carbon dioxide annually. One transatlantic flight for a family of four creates more CO2 than that family generates domestically

February 23rd, 2011
The Future of Electricity

In 1880, Thomas Edison patented a system for the distribution of electricity that within 2 years was providing power through a grid to parts of lower Manhattan. How far have we come since then? According to this week’s guests, not far enough. This

January 19th, 2011
Is the Answer Blowin’ in the Wind?

The wind – it flies our kites and fills our sails, and, since the 7th Century, humans have been harnessing its power to pump water and mill grain. So how far have we come since then? The modern wind power industry didn’t really

January 14th, 2011
Paving Paths to Sustainable Connections

This week on Sea Change Radio, a more ecological solution for paving driveways and parking lots, and a social networking site specifically for people working to make the world a more sustainable place. Host Alex Wise‘s first guest is Dustin Glist from Invisible

November 25th, 2010
Deforestation Condemnation: Greenpeace’s Rolf Skar

According to the World Bank, Indonesia is the planet’s third largest carbon dioxide emitter. But the problem in Indonesia differs from ours here in the United States. Rather than pollutants from cars or the energy and industrial sectors, in Indonesia, the primary culprit

November 1st, 2010
The Future of Luxury: Can we have our world and sustain it too?

Our guests this week on Sea Change Radio talk about the development of green luxury, and suggest that products that are both luxurious and sustainable may be an important trend. First, Sea Change Radio host, Alex Wise, speaks with Dr. Jem Bendell, a

November 1st, 2010
Separating the Wheat From the Chaff: How Wall Street Starved the World

From 2005 to 2008, the price of food rose 80 percent and in 2008, the ranks of the hungry increased by 250 million in a single year. What caused this? In 2003, there were about $13 billion in global commodities index holdings. By

July 3rd, 2010
Socially Responsible Investment Community Reacts to BP Deepwater Disaster

“Man is not imprisoned by habit. Great changes in him can be wrought by crisis — once that crisis can be recognized and understood.” -author Norman Cousins Sea Change Radio’s Alex Wise and CEO of Sustainability Risk Advisors, Mark Tulay, examine if there is

June 16th, 2010
Startups Help Homeowners Conserve

This week on Sea Change Radio, a profile of three Bay Area companies trying to help people lower their electric bills. Alex Wise first speaks with Danny Kennedy, the founder of Sungevity, a company that provides customers with solar installation quotes remotely using

May 30th, 2010
Keeping PACE: A discussion with the founder of the Property Assessed Clean Energy program

This week on Sea Change Radio, we take an in-depth look at the Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program. PACE is an innovative financing model that helps local governments create green jobs, dramatically reduce carbon emissions and save property owners money on their

May 16th, 2010
Grind For The Green

Sea Change Radio’s new Host and Executive Producer, Alex Wise, speaks with Zakiya Harris, Executive Director and Co-Founder of Grind For The Green, a Bay Area non-profit organization that uses hip-hop culture as a vehicle to attract and engage youth of color “from

May 6th, 2010
A Matter of Trust

With the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on everyone’s mind this week, we take a closer look at an innovative approach to cleaning up oil spills. In this extended version of a previous broadcast, Sea Change Radio’s new Executive Producer and host, Alex Wise,

May 1st, 2010
Saving Landfills from Unnecessary Waste, and CleanTech Innovation from Undue Corporate Influence

Sea Change Radio West Coast Correspondent Alex Wise speaks with Karen Nelson, co-founder of EarthBaby, which produces compostable diapers. Alex also talks with clean tech analyst and green business investor, Daniel Hunt, about corporate interests crowding out ecological progress. Listen

April 19th, 2010
Global call for nominations for outstanding corruption fighters

Transparency International seeks nominations to recognise inspirational anti-corruption heroes Berlin, 19 April 2010 – The deadline for nominations for the Transparency International Integrity Awards 2009-2010 has been extended to 30 June, 2010. Launched in 2000, the awards recognise individuals or organisations whose unfaltering courage and

April 15th, 2010
Water Water Everywhere, Nor Any Drop to Drink

The title of today’s show, which quotes Samuel Coleridge in the Rime of the Ancient Mariner, aptly describes the dilemma companies are starting to face when it comes to water management. Today, we speak with Jeff Erikson of SustainAbility, a think tank

April 11th, 2010
Corporate Boards: Bermuda Triangle for the Moral Compass

Sea Change Radio Executive Producer Bill Baue is joined in the studio by John Gillespie, co-author with David Zweig, of Money for Nothing: How the Failure of Corporate Boards is Ruining American Business and Costing Us Trillions. In mid-March 2010, Jenner & Block released

March 23rd, 2010
Resetting Thinking on Oil Sands

Lauren Compere, Director of Shareholder Advocacy at Boston Common Asset Management, discusses shareowner resolutions asking BP and Shell to report on the strategic risks of oil sands exploitation. And Cary Krosinsky, Vice President of Trucost, talks about its analysis of the carbon

March 4th, 2010
Democratizing the SEC — to Address Sustainability

Sea Change Radio Host Bill Baue talks with Adam Kanzer of Domini Social Investments about the new SEC Investor Advisory Committee, on which he represents the socially responsible investing (SRI) community. SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro established the committee as one of her

February 26th, 2010
Brewing Biofuel from E. Coli — and Fill Er Up with Yellow Grease

Producing biofuel is kind of like brewing beer, a practice that’s been around since the Phoenicians and Egyptians first fermented things, according to Bill Haywood, CEO of the San Francisco-based company LS9. He explains to Sea Change Radio West Coast Correspondent Alex

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