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Sarah Jane Brock interviews an activist, scientist, or leader making a real difference in our world. If you are wanting to shift your environmental outlook to the bright side, then you'll want to listen.

Latest Episodes
  • Singer-songwriter and environmental activist Katie Dineen discusses using your voice and art to advocate for the environment, connecting and building an eco-community online and in-person through her organization 850Eco, and why she will never mow her lawn.
  • Director of Animal Care at Emerald Coast Wildlife Refuge, Michelle Pettis, gives us the ins and outs of what it's like to rescue orphaned, sick, and injured native wildlife. She goes into exactly how animals are rehabilitated so that they stay wild, and are able to be released and survive on their own. Lastly, she touches on some of the incredible animal encounters that she's had in her time as a wildlife rescuer.
  • Environmental and indigenous rights activist Chief Sky Horse of the Santa Rosa Creek Muskogee Tribe discusses the environmentally harmonious usage of the Muskogee land in the Santa Rosa area and the wildlife that thrives within it. Chief Sky Horse also touches on the worldview and cosmology of the Creek people that connects them in a direct relationship to the Earth. Lastly, he covers traditional Muskogee practices such as herbal medicine, storytelling through nature, and the use of dance in Creek ceremonies.
  • Environmental and indigenous rights activist Chief Sky Horse of the Santa Rosa Creek Muskogee Tribe discusses the true history of Creek Native Americans, what it means to shoulder the responsibility of Chief and serve his tribe, and building a relationship with mother Earth and with one another.
  • Environmental scientist Whitney Scheffel discusses the impact of the consumer dollar and the need for community driven action, the process of cleaning and restoring polluted waterways, and the importance of staying inspired and open in creating innovative climate solutions.
  • Legislative activist Christian Wagley discusses the link between economic inequality and environment, facing a conservative and climate-phobic legislature, and how cities can be redesigned to benefit both humans and climate.
  • Listen and learn from environmental leaders, activists, and scientists as we join the movement to save our planet and defeat doomsday-ism in the process.