PDX Earth

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Discussion of  the environmental impact of cruise ships, a California lawsuit that alleges airlines are “greenwashing,” Portland’s inner-city salmon run,  an interview with Movements That Matter CEO Dr. Dune Ives, eco-friendly gardening tips, ways to reduce your carbon footprint, and music from Spain, The Netherlands,Ethiopia, Vietnam, West Germany, Brazil and Great Britain. Tune in at […]

Discussion of Canada’s wildfires that are wreacking havoc across much of the United States, the impending loss of Arctic sea ice, a sewage spill into Portland’s Willamette River, mountain lion sightings on Mount Hood, the environmental impact of plastic butane lighters, an interview with Bold Box creators and sustainable lifestyle experts Olivia Dahan and Kira […]

Discussion of France’s ban on domestic flights to cut carbon emissions, how human activity has pushed the world into the danger zones of planetary safety and justice, why the Oregon Republican walkout is endangering key climate change state legislation, black bear sightings in Forest Park, an interview regarding invasive species in Oregon with Rock Boatner, […]

Discussion of the rising global sea temperatures, the environmental impact of artificial turf, heat waves in the Pacific Northwest, bear sightings across Oregon, harmful sun screens that damage coral reefs, tips for reducing your carbon footprint, and music from South Africa, Indian, Mali, Germany, Zimbabwe, Puerto Rico and Portland. Click here to download and play: […]

Discussion of the greater risks of harm from climate-induced disasters faced by people of color, President Biden’s new Office of Environmental Justice, the installation of EV charging stations at Oregon state parks, a $20,000 reward for information on the boater who harassed sea lions on the Columbia River, tips for reducing your carbon footprint, and […]

Discussion of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to permit municipalities to sue oil and gas companies, the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposal to force power plants to eliminate greenhouse gas emissions by 2040, Portland’s 16-block “emissions-free” zone downtown, student protests against hazardous chemicals in the Pacific Northwest, an interview on marine litter and plastic pollution with […]

A look back at the origins of Earth Day, Major League Soccer uniforms made from recycled ocean plastic, the eco-impact of tea bags, an interview with Providence Health System’s Dr. Brian Chesebro and his efforts to ban environmentally harmful anesthetic gases, tips for reducing your carbon footprint, and music from Japan, Canada, Israel, Puerto Rico, […]

News items discussing the environmental impact of single-cup coffee pods and the global coffee industry, Portland’s place among the U.S.’s Most Eco-Forward Cities, plastic bottled water’s environmental fall0out, Oregon’s increasing failure to meet carbon-emission goals from 2020, tips on how to reduce your personal carbon footprint, an interview with Dr. Kinari Webb of Health in […]

News items discussing the environmental impact of private jets and the global move to ban such priveleged travel, the Oregon Senate’s vote to ban polystyrene and styrofoam food containers, packing peanuts and coolers by 2025, the unlikely coalition seeking to relocate a killer whale from the Miami Seaquarium to a sanctuary – and freedom – […]

News items discussing the environmental impact of paint and aerosol cans,  local legislation to ban gas-powered stoves and the Spring Whale Watch along the Oregon coast; tips on how to reduce your personal carbon footprint; wolverine interview with Teri Lysak of Cascadia Wild; music by Juna Serita, Steven Seagulls, Zanda Zakusa, Ryle Lee, Flavia Coelho, […]

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