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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.
I interviewed Jack Peters (18) about climate change and his thoughts and experiences.
In this podcast we dive into the science behind snowmaking, the future of the ski industry, and hear from nearby experts on the issue. Link to works cited: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1YDG37HtjHrE6hTdmBV_rwptryRsQ_h9cqO7d6AN5OXk/edit
Samantha speaks about the mental health challenges that climate change places on young people who are expected to fix the problem that previous generations created.
Keith Hardin (69) interviews his friend Dave Scott (74) about his career fighting wildfires for the U.S. Forest Service and about how the wildfires he fought inspired his book, "The Fury of the Beast."
Susan Bates has always been interested by the physical world and especially the ocean. She remembers standing on the beach as a kid in North Carolina wondering where the waves came from. Now, she gets to predict what the ocean...
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.
One Small Step partners Joe Bizzell (58) and Kerry Altman (71) share their views on political polarization and the lessons they learned from their parents.
Haley Dardar (25) and Michael Dardar (53) talk about the history of Houma languages, and where the next generation of Houma are going.
Ms Mak interviews Remy about the future of our world.
Friends Richard Teals (81) and Louis Logan (79) share a conversation about the Trails Planning Team in Moses Lake, WA.
A compelling interview with protest participant Franklin Dmitryev
One Small Step partners Ryan Melcher (44) and Jan Langley (65) discuss their families, their politics, and their experiences with and views on abortion.
Friends and colleagues, Sue Reel (66) and Lisa Bickell (45), share a conversation about the Montana Natural History Center.
Carter Brooks (48) talks to his daughter Alison Savage Brooks (14) about his work in climate change art.
Xander and Carmen discuss climate crisis and suggest ways to cope.
I interviewed Hara on climate change. We discussed feelings and impacts of climate change.
One Small Step partners Robert Small (64) and Stephanie Fudurich [no age given] reflect on how their careers, upbringings, and lived experiences have shaped their political identities and priorities.
Andrew Wingo (37) talks to One Small Step partner, Timothy Ratzlaff [no age given], on their memories of growing up, influential people in their lives, and the ecological change happening in Kansas.