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we discuss how the community adopted a more plant based diet as a behavior change to cope with the climate emergency.
Yiang and John discuss renewable energy usage in 2030 after Yiang has successfully implemented a behavior change program.
In this interview Chris and Spencer discuss the impact of neighborhood recycling at a community center, how they powered it and what they did with it. Spencer also talks about future plans he’s thinking about working on.
Spencer Lagalo interviews Chris Aseltine, who talks about how his community converted to an all-solar power grid. Chris later explains how they established a model used worldwide.
Yian interviews Olivia about the sustainability oriented community in 2030 and she talks about their farming practices.
Jake Gottesman interviews Benjamin Steinhoff on how he contributed to helping his community move away from typical grass lawns. Steinhoff discusses the changes made to reduce this water-heavy practice.
Jake and I discussed his citys plan to invest in a circular economy to reduce waste. we discussed a recycling center and reeducation programs designed to increase public competence.
ENV361 We discuss the implantation of a biking club in Tiffanie’s home town and how this behavior change helped ease the climate emergency.
Brianna Fradin interviews Saketh Addanki regarding how he was able to create transformative behavioral change towards a community utilizing renewable energy. Saketh discusses both driving and restraining forces he and his community encountered.
Yuhan interviews Cindy about her success in transforming our community, the lessons she has learned, and her future plans. Cindy contributed the success to "the generosity of the long-time community member donating the land." She witnessed how small steps can...
[Recorded: January 5, 2022] Bill Farrell (70) and Juhi Desai (28) sit down to record a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, VA. Juhi is a current UVA Law student working towards a career as a public defender. Bill underwent...
My mom has homeschooled me and my younger brother our whole lives, until I went to high school. After starting High School, I started to wonder how my mom managed to teach 2 children of different age all by herself....
16 year old Luke interviews his granny, Kathy Ritchey who is 68 talks about her childhood, her best and worst memories, and what shes grateful for.
We discussed how Ramsha was able to take on the logging industry and promote biodiversity to combat the large scale climate crisis. We also took a deep dive on how she and her community were able to communicate and plan...
In this interview Brianna and I discuss her behavior changes and how she was able to embody a truly zero waste lifestyle.
My name is Nalani Stones. The person that was interviewed was was Shanita Stones my mother. I am 15 while my mother is 44. The topics discussed had a lot to do with the past and her experiences as such....
In this interview, Nick spoke to Lila about his role in creating a transformational relationship with cars and public transport in his community.
We discussed the behavior change that took place to reduce the amount of cars and increase the use of public transport. We also discussed the motivators behind this behavior change as a community.
Aria discusses how she facilitated a transition to public transportation within her community.
Sarah talks about self-sufficient food production. Other topics include composting and commutiy collaboration.
an interview with William Alexion a ww2 navy electrical technician working primarily on sonar/ radar systems. his destroyer was hit by a kamikaze.
Jon (20) and Lauren (22) discuss how Jon was able to make a change in their community’s transportation system and reduce personal vehicle use in Haverhill, Massachusetts.