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Asking my friend his views on global warming, ways to prevent it, and how it affects people in everyday life.
I interviewed my classmate Lukas about climate change. We are both 18 years old and students at Central Lakes College.
Claudia discusses how a hands on approach within the community will battle the climate crisis. She discusses important aspects such as reducing emissions of greenhouse gases, and reducing carbon footprint on the planet. alternative energy sources such as green energy...
My name is Lukas, and I interviewed Trista, my classmate in Central Lakes College Natural Disasters. We discussed climate change and the effects.
I spoke to Chad about his experience with global warming. I wanted to identify what he knows about global warming.
Peter interviews Wyatt about his recent National Geograhic trip to Alaska.
A freewheeling interaction between dad and son about life, work and the world we live in.
My father talks about his views on his past life, and his current life. He talks about his opinions whether he thinks he is an optimist or pessimist, as well as what are the best and worst achievements of humanity.
In this interview my mother and I talk about her childhood years as well as an important person in her life who’s lived through five generations. It’s a comedic interview, with very real answers.
One Small Step partners Margaret Pittenger (75) and Vincent "Vince" Frodl (61) talk about their respective backgrounds, careers, and thoughts on politics and government regulation.
Melody Porter (49) and Arvind Patel (73) take an hour to discuss immigration, gun violence, their state of Virginia, and the nuances of American individualism.
Debbie Sturm (55) interviews her friend Carole Nash (61) about her work as an archeologist, and the significance of storytelling in her life.
A compelling interview with protest participant Franklin Dmitryev
Kai Williams discussing life since the COVID-19 pandemic and how he’s been impacted, with a focus on nature.
I weave my life into the greater story of 1934 to the present, the Great Depression, rural America, the child games we played, while man I would marry fire bombed Tokyo,the second world war, repression of the 1950s,west coast jitters...
One Small step partners Susan Haskell (76) and Rachel Green (41) confide in each other about mental illness and abuse, relate over their political concerns, and note what they are grateful for.
Kelly Phillips (54) and her One Small Step partner Alec Sabatini (29) discuss varying topics like global warming, gun control, media consumption, and politics.