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In this interview, conducted on March 8th 2020 in Belchertown, MA, Mark Tharion (19) interviews his role model Glenn Smith (56) about his childhood and his career. Glenn discusses how the creation of nature shows/documentaries in he 1960s influenced what...
One Small Step conversation partners Marisa Saenz (50) and Lisa Schuette (58) discuss major influences, religion, political values, and environmental concerns.
An description of the history behind the Teton Dam, including its construction and failure, the ecology of the region and how it has changed over time, and the arguments for and against rebuilding of the Teton Dam. Includes interviews from...
Amoolya and I talked about some plans our family has taken to prepare for the climate emergency and what more we could do to be even more prepared.
Michelle Grover (53) shares a conversation with her father, Fred Marquis (82), about his work on the Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail and the legacy of the trail. Their new friend Sonia Kinkhabwala (22) also joins the conversation.
One Small Step conversation partners Gabor Szovati (63) and Melanie Alvarado (38) talk about climate change, their experiences working in correctional facilities, and their parents' influences on their political views.
Steve Desroches (47) and John Duffy (76) talk about Duffy's work in solar energy and in particular relief projects in Peru.
Paulist Father Ricky Manalo's main ministry is music. But he's also a teacher at Santa Clara University, and around the world, about liturgy and culture. He writes reflections in the devotional book "Give Us This Day." Fr. Ricky is of...
His first time volunteering at Sentinel Swamp. He previously volunteered at A Wider Circle. Biology major, unsure if he wants to go pre-med. Stemmed from his interest in environmental science as a kid, which stemmed from his love of animals....
Lee DeMoss discusses impacting changes that took place between the twentieth and twenty first century.
Christopher’s mom talks about her childhood experience to her adulthood as a mom of her two kids. In this interview, she shares the importance of one’s connection with others and the world around her.
An interview with my roommate, Amanda, where we discuss various topics related to race and politics, and why they matter
My grandfather and I talk a little bit about family history, generational values, and the meaning of legacy.
Ray ranker talks about what motivates him when it comes to community engagement
Juan F. Ortiz (58) talks with his wife, Tania Loenneker (48) about making the move from Puerto Rico to NYC as a teenager, his family in Puerto Rico, the difficulties he faced in NYC, and achieving his dream to become...
Interview with my dad about growing up in Mumbai and environmenal consciousness in India
During the interview we spent time answering 10 questions. We talked about my moms past and we covered topics such as childhood and her career.
Ellie and Sammy discuss useful general methods for being prepared. We talk about alt methods for gathering resources, being adaptive, and keeping the community members on the same page.
In this interview I discussed the important and effectiveness of concepts like framing, an internal locus of control, intrinsic motivation, multiple motivations, and feedback. I also discussed the over-emphasis on declarative knowledge, as well as behavior change strategies like team-based...
Current environment crisis can create a lot of pressure and stress to people. We need learn how to cope with that situation.
On December 1st, 2019, Karina Lo speaks with Belinda Lo, who is her mother. Karina asks Belinda about her childhood and the experience from when she came to America. They discuss about the hardships and challenges Belinda went through to...
Kai Williams discussing life since the COVID-19 pandemic and how he’s been impacted, with a focus on nature.
One Small Step partners Richard Moore (61) and Ronald Martin (73) share a conversation about atheism, faith, the role of faith in politics, and the separation of church and state.