The History of the Teton Dam and the Possibility of its Rebuilding

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...

Anu and Amoolya discuss preparing for the climate emergency

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.

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Erich Matthes, Frannie Adams, and Kelsey Dunn

Eric Matthes (36) talks to his colleagues, Frannie Adams (21) and Kelsey Dunn (21), about climate change and environmental policies.

William Anderson StoryCorps Interview

My grandfather and I talk a little bit about family history, generational values, and the meaning of legacy.

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Ihsan Haque and Joe Hicks

One Small Step conversation partners Dr. Ihsan Haque (67) and Joe Hicks (63) talk about the division in this country, their religious faiths, and their political beliefs.

"I grew up in a place where I was the first to go to college – not just in my family, but in the village." An interview with Charles Gatebe.

Dr. Charles Gatebe's research focus is on clouds aerosols, ecosystem structure and function, albedo, and feedbacks to climate. In this interview, we chat about his science journey pursuing science, starting with his interest in studying Kenya’s air pollution, and how...

"Dealing with science, it's like having a detective job." An interview with Meloe Kacenelenbogen.

In this interview, Dr. Meloe S. Kacenelenbogen discusses her expertise in ‘aerosols,’ suspended particles in the atmosphere. These small particulates can affect air quality and human health and can also impact the Earth’s radiation balance. We also discuss why she...

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Ed Krumpe, Jim Heidelberger, and Lovina Englund

Friends Ed Krumpe (73), Jim Heidelberger (71) and Lovina Englund (42) speak about their passion and love for their work in wilderness conservation.

Sammy and Ellie talk about preparing for a climate emergency

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.

We Need More Teachers Like Her!

My name is Ozan Kara and I am a 17 years old cultural exchange student from Turkey. As an high school student in Bloomington, Indiana, I have had the chance to know a wonderful person, Vanessa Domizlaff, my German teacher...

Olivia and Joe Discuss Local Foods

Local foods in regards to community and versus industrial foods.

Zoe and Izzy Talk About Local Food

Izzy talks to Zoe about her experiences in Bulgaria and in America with supporting local foods

Police Harassment Due to Gangs/Gang Violence and surviving such an environment without joining one

In this interview, we discussed Justin Garrett’s experience growing up into a very hostile environment. Also, we discussed how you can prevail from any kind of circumstances.

Mom’s Advice on Living Life to the Fullest

Mom talks about her life, the friends she made, the lessons she learned, and how to make the most out of life.

Delaney Southards talks Green Society

Senior, Delaney Southards talks Environmental club “Green Society” in this feature interview. Skip to the end to hear how you can join and follow along to hear how you can help our school and why we don’t have composting.

“Challenge yourself for what you think you can’t do.”

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...

Events that shape who we become
November 29, 2019 App Interview

The environment we grow up in shape us to be the individuals we become. Through hardships we realize and grow increasingly appreciative toward what we have in life. By engaging with our lineage, we are able to discover and expand...

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Juan Ortiz and Tania Loenneker

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...

Deepa Gupta

This was an assignment in my English Class. I interviewed one of my classmates, Deepa Gupta.

Race, ethnicity, and politics: why they matter

An interview with my roommate, Amanda, where we discuss various topics related to race and politics, and why they matter