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Talking Climate Change in a Time of Coronavirus

The Climate Stew Crew has been busy including an appearance in Citizens Climate Radio. Host, Peterson Toscano writes about his show which covers Coronavirus & Climate Change.

Through Citizens Climate Radio, I spoke to three experts who helped me better understand and similarities and differences between the Coronavirus and climate change. How local and national government responds, the need for an engaged and active imagination, and the role of empathy come up in our conversation.

I chat with Dr. Natasha DeJarnett, the interim Associate Director of Program & Partnership Development at the National Environmental Health Association, Leonardo Martinez-Diaz, the director of the Sustainable Finance Center at the World Resources Institute, and Alice. C Hill, a senior fellow for Climate Change Policy at the Council on Foreign Relations.

In the Art House section of the program, he includes our own original radio play, Survivor Generations 2165.

Hear the show on Podbean or wherever you get your podcasts.

(Featured Photo by National Cancer Institute on Unsplash)


Author: Prescott Allen Hazeltine

Prescott grew up in the hills of western Massachusetts, and still feels most at home out in the wild. He went on to graduate from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst with his undergraduate degree and has done post graduate studies at the University of Houston as well as the Gemological Institute in New York City. While hiking is a major passion, as is snowshoeing, he also love to read, research and learn, and can just as easily get lost in internet information as he can photographing the wilderness.

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