Samantha Bayake

The life of Samantha Bayake, a Congolese refugee and Climate Change

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Elizabeth Austin and Mary Riddle

Elizabeth Austin (18) tells her teacher Mary Riddle (32) about her commitment to producing zero waste, her worries and hopes for the future of the planet, and what she is proud of having done in her life so far.

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Joshua Fouts and Tara DePorte

Joshua Sheridan Fouts (47) talks with Tara DePorte (34) about curiosity, his science and anthropology background, and how he came to work for Bioneers. Joshua describes his father's research and being raised with five chimpanzees, some people who have inspired...

"You just go wherever there are interesting patterns." An interview with Dr. Rama Nemani.

Dr. Rama Nemani, Senior Earth Scientist at the NASA Ames Research Center, works on ecological forecasting. In this interview, we discuss how Rama’s career trajectory moved from farming to supercomputing, NASA Earth Exchange (NEX), the difference between simulation modeling and...

Kim and Allegra discuss preparing for the climate emergency ENV361

Kim & Allegra Mendonsa discuss her reliance on local government in Chicago for preparing for a climate change emergency and the contrast in preparedness needed with states such as California.

Kristi Hager and Willa Fouts talk about the exhibition "Equal: A Work in Progress"

Kristi Hager (74) and her goddaughter, Willa Fouts (32) talk about mentorship and support over the years, memories of a trip to San Francisco, climate change advocacy, women's rights and Willa's portrait and the feeling of comfort at being included...

Taylor and Michael discuss preparing for the climate emergency

Taylor and Michael discuss what is top of mind in his community today when it comes to preparing for a climate crisis. Further, they chat about what the future could hold if we don't take action and share advice for...

Interview with David Osterberg for Creativity for a Lifetime

I spoke with David Osterberg, an environmental and occupational health professor at the university. David told me about his ventures into creativity in the classroom and outside of it, particularly in educating the public about the dangers of climate change.

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Britta Hoffman and Linda Chen
December 7, 2020 OSS Hub

One Small Step conversation partners Britta Hoffman [no age given] and Linda Chen (48) are both immigrants who have had some of their beliefs shaped by their experiences moving to the United States. They also have some different thoughts on...

Covid-19: Theresa Riedel

Jackie Neale interviews another of her undergraduate photography students, Theresa Riedel while we are conducting interviews and taking photographs for our storytelling project, The Corona Collective. Theresa is a student at the New York Film Academy and was living in...

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Michael Dardar and Hali Dardar

Haley Dardar (25) and Michael Dardar (53) talk about the history of Houma languages, and where the next generation of Houma are going.

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Donald Boesch and Eric Davidson

Eric Davidson (61) speaks with his faculty colleague and former boss, Donald "Don" Boesch (72) about how Don has worked in different ways to improve science's impact on policy. They talk about his work on a program called "We are...

The Climate Justice Movements

In the age of white climate justice movements, we need to recognize the indigenous people who have been fighting this for so long. We need to talk about bringing them to the forefront of the movement.

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Erin Pettit and Joanna Young

Joanna Young (33) and Dr. Erin Pettit (48) talked about their career choices as scientists who focus on outreach / education / research, and the role of leadership in glacier science in Alaska. They discuss the Girls on Ice program...

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Mary Boatman and John Rossfeld

Mary Boatman (63) and One Small Step partner, John Rossfeld (54), share their thoughts on climate change, potential of society, concerns, and hopes for future role of government.

Hurricanes and severe/extreme weather

During this interview me and Mr.Bhave talked about different solutions for reducing air pollution and we also talked about what he does in his job and what he will be doing when he goes to Washington, D.C.

Late Night Rambles

Just a conversation between two friends about the world we live in.