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October 14, 2014 08:53 AM PDT

KWMR programs on water in West Marin hosted by Amanda Eichstaedt on Epicenter - Swimming UP Stream.

October 13, 2014 09:07 PM PDT

The California Drought - Interview with Brock Dolman, Director of Occidental Art & Ecology Center’s Water Institute promoting understanding of the importance of healthy watersheds to healthy communities. Brock gives us a holistic planetary perspective on water and climate, and a lesson on hydrological literacy, as well as what we are facing in California and locally in Marin and Sonoma.

California Water Security and Proposition 1 - Water Bond Measure - analysis by Chelsea Tu, Staff Attorney at the Center for Biological Diversity, who works on limiting land development and preserving freshwater resources for the public and endangered species.

October 02, 2014 10:35 PM PDT

The People’s Climate March on Sunday, September 21 was beyond awesome - young and old, all the diverse groups from many different perspectives came to put pressure on the world leaders to take action - such as anti-fracking, the militarization and climate, stopping fossil fuel subsidies, putting a tax on carbon, etc. On Monday, September 22, there were thousands of protestors at Flooding Wall Street shutting down traffic in front of the New York Stock Exchange.

This program includes Michael Klare, author of The Race for What's Left: The Global Scramble for the World's Last Resources, and Tamara Lorincz, researcher for the International Peace Bureau’s report, Demilitarization for Deep Decarbonization: Reducing Militarism and Military Expenditures to Invest in the UN Green Climate Fund and to Create Low-Carbon Economies and Resilient Communities, on a panel called Climate Change and Militarism: Following the Money and Understanding the Costs.

Michael Leon Guerrero, National Coordinator of the Our Power Campaign, speaking at the New School in NYC on Tuesday, Sept. 23 in a panel called, Toward Living Economies: Systems Alternatives, at the Peoples Climate Justice Summit, sponsored by the Climate Justice Alliance (CJA). Michael talks about frontline communities organized to forge a scalable, and social-economically just transition away from unsustainable energy towards local living economies to address the root causes of climate change.

John Pappan of the Omaha Pawnee Nation, working with Nebraska ranchers and farmers fighting the Keystone XL Pipeline, gives an Indigenous perspective.
Many thanks to KMO of the C-Realm Podcasts for some of the interviews.
(https://c-realm.com/category/podcasts/crealm/)

It is my hope that this largest environmental march in history in NYC will be a spark for a much bigger global climate movement that will put millions on the streets to demand action on the climate. What’s at stake is a livable planet for future generations.

For info on the Ecology & Justice Delegation for Lima, Peru at the United Nations Climate Summit. December 3-13, 2014: james@afgj.org or call 202-540-8336, ext. 3

September 29, 2014 07:58 PM PDT

The People’s Climate March on Sunday, September 21 was beyond awesome - young and old, all the diverse groups from many different perspectives to put pressure on the world leaders to take action - such as anti-fracking, the military and climate, stopping fossil fuel subsidies, putting a tax on carbon, etc. On Monday, September 22, there were thousands of protestors at Flooding Wall Street shutting down traffic in front of the New York Stock Exchange.

Includes the arrival of the People's Climate Train at Penn Station, sounds of Flood Wall Street, short interviews with Media Benjamin, Chris Hedges, David Turnbull, and Thanissara, a Buddhist teacher and climate activist. Impressions of the march by long-time Brooklyn peace activists, Gary Goff and Martha Cameron, who were our gracious hosts during our stay in NYC. Many thanks to KMO of the C-Realm Podcasts for some of the interviews.
(https://c-realm.com/category/podcasts/crealm/)

It is my hope that this largest environmental march in history in NYC will be a spark for a much bigger global climate movement that will put millions on the streets to demand action on the climate. What’s at stake is a livable planet for future generations.

For info on the Ecology & Justice Delegation for Lima, Peru at the United Nations Climate Summit. December 3-13, 2014: james@afgj.org or call 202-540-8336, ext. 3

September 26, 2014 01:21 PM PDT

Bernie Stephan gives his farewell to KWMR's Post Carbon Radio Show after 6+ informative years, about our planet's perils, from the hundred or so distinguished guests we interviewed.

Deep gratitude to Bernie for the six fruitful years of working together to produce informative radio to raise consciousness and awareness on the issues of the day. - Bing

September 09, 2014 09:35 AM PDT

Reclaiming the Wild Soul: How Earth Landscapes Restore Us to Wholeness - Interview with author Mary Reynolds Thompson http://maryreynoldsthompson.com

Techno-Utopianism & the Fate of the Earth - a 2-day teach-in in NYC in October 25-26 with organizer, Jerry Mander
45 LEADING SCHOLARS, AUTHORS AND ACTIVISTS will convene at The Great Hall of Cooper Union, New York City, for a public “TEACH-IN” on the profound impacts—environmental, economic and social—of runaway technological expansion; the tendency to see technology as the savior for all problems. A change of direction is required, returning the fate of nature to the center of economic and social decision making.

August 26, 2014 09:23 PM PDT

Interview with Jonna Smythe and Robin Workman, SF Bay School Climate Change teachers, and Ken White, Associate Director at Post Carbon Institute. We debut a new Post Carbon Radio theme song written an performed by Emmett Greenberg, Bing's grandson.

August 12, 2014 01:35 AM PDT

A conversation with Courtney White, founder of Quivira Coalition in New Mexico, author of Grass, Soil, Hope: A Journey through Carbon Country, and John Wick, co-founder of the Marin Carbon Project. We discuss the importance of the carbon cycle, various solutions to our environmental problems, and the emergence of new agrarian movement with more young farmers.

July 28, 2014 04:24 PM PDT

A discussion of Conscious Elderhood with David “Lucky” Goff and Alexandra Hart, co-founders of the Transition Sebastopol Elder Salon, and James Stark, co-founder of Commonweal Garden in Bolinas.

We discuss their new book, The Age of Actualization: A Handbook for Growing Elder Community. It is based on their experiences of creating and running the Transition Sebastopol Elders Salon, formed in 2010. They also co-host a monthly radio program called "Growing an Elder Culture." David has a psychotherapy practice and is also the author of “EMBRACING LIFE: Toward a Psychology of Interdependence. It is Alexandra's expectation that if enough of this new generation of older people can attain Elderhood (vs. merely aging), their gifts of perspective and collective wisdom could guide humanity to a new understanding of the possibilities of a well-developed and mature population.

DAVID "LUCKY" GOFF had a brain aneurism in 2003. As a result of his stroke and the onset of a rare brain syndrome, he nearly died and ended up permanently disabled. This experience had a transformational effect on David, which made him "Lucky," and cued him into how radically connected all things are.

July 14, 2014 09:49 PM PDT

EON Contacts:
EON3.net
ShutdownDoc.tv

Videos:
YouTube.com/EON3

Blogs:
PlanetarianPerspectives.net
eon3EMFblog.net

Social Media:
Twitter: EONnewsNet
FaceBook: EON - the Ecological Options Network

Japan Update
Restart Ruling may set precedent, Abe’s push to restart
Re-militarization – Abe, Obama
Radioactive Soil – impossibility of ‘cleanup’
Increasing hyperthyroidism in kids
Leak in Unit 5 fuel pool
Implied deterrent – plutonium stockpile
Women of Fukushima – EON correspondent Umi Hagitani

U.S. Update
San Onofre
Diablo Canyon
CA CCR bill 2145 – utilities’ attempt to kill community choice energy
Hanford – Fukushima-on-the-Columbia
WIPP – new releases, still no certainty re:cause, back-up of waste program
EPA proposal to raise ‘safety’ standards 350x – “good for profits and health”
Nuclear ‘Posture’ Review – first strike doctrine, ‘Life Extension Program’, new nuke sub fleet
Reactors as ‘terrorist weapons in place’ – case of Ukraine

Harvey Wasserman on Nuclear History - 17:50

Nuclear energy/waste/weapons connection

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