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Diving, Discovery, and Ocean Preservation with Jean-Michel Cousteau

CMBB 162 | Scuba Diving

Watch the episode here Listen to the podcast here The ocean may seem like a far-flung place from home, but its destruction directly impacts our daily lives. One man is using scuba diving to increase awareness about this matter, inviting people to take part in an exciting activity to save our water planet. Corinna Bellizzi […]

Creating A Spark In Climate Activism Through Music With Donna Grantis

Donna Grantis standing in a field surrounded by smoke with her guitar. The caption reads: Create A Spark With Music To Ignite Change

Watch the episode here Listen to the podcast here Last September 2022, Corinna Bellizzi interviewed Tzeporah Berman, Founder of Stand.earth. Her inspiring words from that episode were used by Donna Grantis in her moving musical presentation centered on climate activism, A Drop in the Bucket. Donna is here to talk about using her music in […]

Running For A Cause with Tina Muir, Distance Athlete, Author and Podcaster @RunningForReal

Tina Muir is a former elite distance runner of the UK and Ireland, who has become an inspirational leader and podcaster with her podcast and website of the same name, Running For Real. She is presently training for the Boston Marathon, the UK Marathon, which she will run as a guide, and is prepping for the release of her book (which you can preorder now), Becoming A Sustainable Runner: A Guide to Running for Life, Community and Planet.

The Ecosystem Wilting Point Threshold and Defining Regeneration with Paul Hawken

Watch The Episode Here Listen To The Episode Here: This week we share news from budding research on The Ecosystem Wilting Point Threshold (TEWPT), published by University of Missouri, and led by researcher, Jeffrey Wood. We share snapshots of Paul Hawken’s work, Regeneration: Ending The Climate Crisis in One Generation, and in the audio version […]

How Animal Sanctuaries Can Survive Severe Weather And Flooding With Helbard Alkhassadeh

CMBB 123 | Animal Sanctuaries

Watch the episode here Listen to the podcast here Agricultural farms and animal sanctuaries are the most devastated by the severe weather and flooding in California these past few weeks. To learn what people are doing to survive such harsh conditions, Corinna Bellizzi sits down with the Co-Founder of Little Hill Sanctuary, a non-profit organization […]

What Sociology Has To Do With Climate Change

Now more than ever, climate action is necessary to protect our planet and secure the future of the next generations. The global conception of climate change has evolved throughout the years, from being defined in strictly environmental terms like the increase in greenhouse gas emissions to its current framing as an issue of human rights and social justice. This has led to discussions of how climate change issues intensify existing inequalities across lines of gender, race, ethnicity, and social class. Thus, pushing for effective climate action contributes to a fairer and more resilient world.

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