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KWMR Post Carbon Radio
with Bing Gong & Karen Nyhus
Category: News & Politics
Location: Point Reyes Station
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May 11, 2016 03:43 PM PDT

Second of a special three-part rebroadcast of talks by environmental historian Jason W. Moore, author of Capitalism in the Web of Life. OK, humans and capitalism are both inside the "web of life," and they/we are all in some form of crisis now. But where and when did these crises start? Was it the industrial revolution in the 19th century? Burning fossil fuels? If that is our analysis, what kind of solutions outcome can we expect? Yes, we're running out of the "cheap nature" that has fueled capitalism for 500 years, Moore says, but we have to look deeper to understand the dynamics that brought us here, and to find non-authoritarian solutions.
Special thanks to KPFA, Sasha Lilly and C.S. Soong who gave us permission to rebroadcast these interviews.

April 28, 2016 02:59 PM PDT

First of a special three-part rebroadcast of talks by environmental historian Jason W. Moore, author of Capitalism in the Web of Life. Moore traces the development of capitalism as a process of human transformation of nature whose development and crises are, along with humans -- inside the broader envelope of the "web of life." Our inability to see this limits our undertstanding and response to environmental problems and crises. Many women, enslaved Africans, and people conquered under colonialism were construed as part of nature in the past, and turned into "cheap nature," a necessary input to successful capitalism, and one we are running out of.

Special thanks to KPFA, Sasha Lilly and C.S. Soong who gave us permission to rebroadcast these interviews.

April 22, 2016 06:33 AM PDT

The Call of the Forest Conference took place at the Dance Palace, Point Reyes Station on March 19, 2016. In the evening presentations were give by Brock Dolmen, Co-founder of Occidental Arts & Ecology Center; Caroline Casey, visionary activist; Mary Evelyn Tucker, co-director of the Forum on Religion and Ecology at Yale; Rick Bass, author and activist; and Osprey Orielle Lake, Co-founder and Executive Director of Women's Environmental & Climate Action Network (WECAN).

The Call of the Forest conference was presented by Point Reyes Books and the nonprofit Black Mountain Circle and was co-sponsored by the Center for Humans and Nature and the U.S. Forest Service, with additional support from the Entrekin Family Foundation.

April 10, 2016 12:04 PM PDT

Call of the Forest Conference - Spirit Panel took place at the Dance Palace, Point Reyes Station on March 19, 2016, with Diana Beresford-Kroeger - author and botanist, Mary Evelyn Tucker - co-director of the Forum on Religion and Ecology at Yale., Joanne Campbell - Miwok Elder, and Wendy Johnson (moderator) - San Francisco Zen Center Buddhist teacher

The Call of the Forest conference was presented by Point Reyes Books and the nonprofit Black Mountain Circle and was co-sponsored by the Center for Humans and Nature and the U.S. Forest Service, with additional support from the Entrekin Family Foundation.

April 03, 2016 09:01 AM PDT

Call of the Forest Conference - Climate Panel that took place at the Dance Palace, Point Reyes Station on March 19, 2016, with Osprey Orielle Lake - executive director of Women’s Earth & Climate Action Network, International (WECAN), Rick Bass - author and activist, Linda Sheehan - Executive Director of Earth Law Center and Mia Monroe (moderator) - US National Park Ranger.

The Call of the Forest conference was presented by Point Reyes Books and the nonprofit Black Mountain Circle and was co-sponsored by the Center for Humans and Nature and the U.S. Forest Service, with additional support from the Entrekin Family Foundation.

March 31, 2016 03:54 PM PDT

Call of the Forest Conference - Water Panel that took place at the Dance Palace, Point Reyes Station on March 19, 2016, with Betsy Damon - artist and sculptor, Brock Dolman - co-founder of Occidental Arts & Ecology Center, Linda Sheehan - Executive Director of Earth Law Center and Brooke Hecht (moderator) - President of Center for Humans and Nature.

The Call of the Forest conference was presented by Point Reyes Books and the nonprofit Black Mountain Circle and was co-sponsored by the Center for Humans and Nature and the U.S. Forest Service, with additional support from the Entrekin Family Foundation.

March 28, 2016 09:16 PM PDT

Call of the Forest Conference in Pt. Reyes Station on March 19 featured the documentary film, Call of the Forest: The Forgotten Wisdom of Trees, which follows Diana Beresford-Kroeger, and her husband, Christian Kroeger, as they tour some of the earth’s last, great forests, from Japan, Ireland, Germany, to the United States and Canada, meeting many of the world’s most ancient trees and educating people about their history and legacy – a history and legacy that is deeply entwined with our grand and benevolent neighbors, the trees.

April 13, 2016 06:08 AM PDT

Two uplifting conversations about clean energy. First, we will speak with Kyle Ash, Senior Legislative Representative of Greenpeace in Washington, D.C. about their assessment report, "Energy Revolution 2015," on the technical ability to replace dirty energy with clean in time to tackle the climate challenge. In the second half of the show, we speak with Kyle Ferrari, MPH., Western Program Coordinator of “FracTracker," on how smartphone apps are allowing people across California to help document and expose the realities of extractive industries like fracking.

March 15, 2016 11:39 AM PDT

Call of the Forest Conference in Pt. Reyes Station on March 19, 2016 with Steve Costa, owner of Pt. Reyes Books, Brock Dolmen, Drector of the Water Institute at the Occidental Arts & Ecology Center, and Linda Sheehan, Executive Director of the Earth Law Center; also Ann Hancock, Executive Director of the Center for Climate Protection in Sonoma, on the Supreme Court ruling against the EPA regulating CO2, cap and dividend, and an update on community choice aggregation in the Bay Area.

February 25, 2016 08:25 PM PST

A rebroadcast of Ecoshock Radio with Alex Smith on nuclear power in China; Helen Caldicott on plan to make S. Australia a world nuclear dump; and dangerous nuke waste in St. Louis, Missouri.
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