Originally broadcast at 2 p.m. EDT Wednesday, July 1, 2020.
Beth Roach details the Nottoway Tribe’s tradition and efforts to preserve native culture through ancestral seeds.
Roach is a co-founder of the Alliance of Native Seedkeepers, an organization that was formed to preserve ancestral seeds.
Roach hopes to keep ancestral seeds alive and rebuild culture and food security in native communities.
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God’s Call – Our Vocation – In a Time...
Originally broadcast at 2 p.m. EDT Thursday, July 2, 2020.
Jim Antal calls for a societal and industrial response to climate change that mirrors the reaction to fascism and genocide in WWII.
Since his first Earth Day, Antal has seen the benefit to combining religion with environmental advocacy...
CLSC: ‘The End of Ice’
Originally broadcast at 3:30 p.m. EDT Thursday, July 2, 2020.
Book available online at the Chautauqua Bookstore: https://www.chautauquabookstore.com/book/9781620975978
In The End of Ice, we follow Dahr Jamail as he scales Denali, the highest peak in North America, dives in the warm crystal wate...
The Geopolitics of Climate Change and...
Originally broadcast at 10:45 a.m. EDT Friday, July 3, 2020.
Dr. Geoffrey Kemp and Amb. Barbara Bodine examine the geopolitics of environmental issues in the Middle East and why the situation is so dire.
Bodine previously served as the U.S. ambassador to the Republic of Yemen from 1997 to 2001...