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A Journey with Sage Lacapa - Earth Ambassador and Folk Singer

May 14, 2020

Today we talk to Sage Lacapa, Earth Ambassador and folk singer.  Sage shares an emotional acoustic guitar song he wrote for a friend that could not talks about their feelings since there is a lack of coping mechanism living …

Hear About The Fight To Save The Monarchs Butterfly with Jose Luis Alvarez Alcala - Michoacán, Mexico

May 8, 2020

"We can't talk about deforestation in Mexico without talking about herbicides and the mowing of Milkweed in the US. Both are harming the Monarchs, and solving these problems will help bring their populations back up. We have…

This is what happened when we picked up trash on the Navajo Reservation: Honoring Mother Earth

April 30, 2020

Looking for inspiration to honor Mother Earth? In this episode, we hear from Indigenous youth, from grade school to college age, and their #EarthDayEveryDay efforts. Nathaniel Sayas, Zunneh-bah Martin, Shundeen-bah Martin, N…

Meet Uganda's Eco Warrior: Nkusi Gerald

April 23, 2020

My next guest is Nkusi Gerald, an eco warrior,  adventurer,  promoter of diversity, a youth ambassador for climate change, and a passionate travel guide in Africa. We talk about the challenge that people don’t necessary see …

Sky Wildcat: The Indigenous Environmentalist Fighting for a More Sustainable Future

April 16, 2020

Today is a very special episode with Sky Wildcat from The Cherokee Nation, I meet Sky last year on UNITY's conference in Orlando, as Sky joined myself and other Earth Ambassadors to do some Eco Action cleaning a local spot o…

We Will Go To The North Of Sumatra, Indonesia To Talk To Ridanto Sembirign About His Efforts To Save Wildlife

April 9, 2020

In today's episode, we will go all the way to the Northern part of Sumatra in Indonesia to speak to Ridanto Sembirign, part of the Karo people, and founder of the Indonesian Species Conservation Program.We start our conversa…

Zunneh-bah: A Conversation With An Indigenous Activist

April 1, 2020

Happy to start our first episode with Zunneh-bah Martin. Zunneh-bah is an advocate for nonviolent social change, Indigenous/civil rights, and environmental protection. We catch up and talk about her experience going to the W…