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In this podcast, I talk with my mother about what it was like moving and changing environments during her adolescence.
Comments on youth, emotion, environment, acting, physical trauma, and the like
Friends Bobbek Hakimzadeh (38) and Sepideh "Sepi" Nazarian (20) talk about studying Islamic Sufism and how it pertains to sustainability.
Friends Sneha Sharma (17) and Cindy Su (17) share a conversation about their experiences as high school students during the COVID-19 pandemic, their environmental advocacy work, their mentors, and their families.
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...
Steve Desroches (48) talks to Michelle Axelson (45) about her move to Provincetown, Massachusetts where she is known for her activism and as the owner of the historic and iconic feminist bookstore Womencrafts.
Mark Aldrich shares his military experiences in the Army, including tours of duty and the current political environment.
Ashton Ross interviews his father Kevin Ross about his life, values, and family history. And they discuss the regional history of California, Arizona, and Mexico, and what it’s like to live on the border of two unique cultures.
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.
Jason Lauritsen (51) shares a conversation with his friend George Wilder (79) about botany, herbaria, the environmental impact that humans have on the planet, studying plant anatomy and morphology, and about seeing beauty, pattern, and symmetry in nature.
Eric Matthes (36) talks to his colleagues, Frannie Adams (21) and Kelsey Dunn (21), about climate change and environmental policies.
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.
One Small Step conversation partners Jesse Hill Jr. (37) and Penny Hogan (73) discuss about politics.
Mom talks about her life, the friends she made, the lessons she learned, and how to make the most out of life.
A student and teacher discuss experiencing nature in the midst of a pandemic.
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.
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.
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.
Interview with my dad about growing up in Mumbai and environmenal consciousness in India
One Small Step conversation partners Marisa Saenz (50) and Lisa Schuette (58) discuss major influences, religion, political values, and environmental concerns.
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...