Would you like to learn a lesson from the forest? Professor Joan Maloof, founder of the Old Growth Forest Network explains how she has taken science out of the classroom to use it for positive change in the world.
What would the San Francisco Bay Area be without the Bay? Sylvia McLaughlin recalls the beginnings of Save the Bay in the 1960s. She was the driving force behind the three ‘housewives’ that launched an epic battle to save San Francisco Bay.
None of our battles are really won. When it comes to protecting natural resources, Patricia Schifferle explains why it is important to keep the pressure on politicians.
Why do we need each other to save the Earth? Helena shares her thoughts on how being connected to each other allows us to tap into a deep ecological wisdom.
What would the California coast be if it were inaccessible to the public? Veterinarian and Sonoma County, Californian, Bill Kortum speaks about his early efforts to force the State of California to protect the coast. Dr. Kortum tells the interesting story of fight for Bodega Head, where a small band of locals saved the Sonoma County coastline from a major nuclear power plant. This epic David v Goliath fight earned us all a magnificent coastline. Legendary.