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On Today’s program, co-hosts Nell Larson and Chris Cherniak have nature photographer Dave Schultz in, owner of West Light Images Gallery, who talks about his travels in Antarctica and the Arctic. Then, from the Park City Pro Health Lab, Director Vanessa Laurella, Ph.D., and nurse Heather Darling, talk about the clinic’s focus on holistic health, preventative medicine and healthy lifestyles. Finally, some environmental news on daylight savings time.
Co-host Nell Larson and Chris Cherniak start the show with Anthony Swift, Attorney, International Group NRDC, who discusses the latest issues, facts and distortions regarding the XL pipeline and its promises. Then, Bob Adler, Professor of Law at the University of Utah , S.J. Quinney College of Law, talks about a symposium which honors the 50th anniversary of the printing of Rachel Carson’s seminal work Silent Spring.
Today, host Nell Larson is joined by guest host Tyler Poulson, Park City Environmental Sustainability Program Manager. Their first guest is Brian McInerney, Hydrologist, National Weather Service. Then, Ashley Koehler, Board Member of Summit County Beef and Summit County Sustainability Program Manager is in the studio with Ken Kullack.
Co-hosts Nell Larson and Chris Cherniak first talk about the case recently argued in front of the Supreme Court which could change how the EPA enforces the Clean Water Act. Guest Larry Levine, a legal analyst with the NRDC explains what this case is about and the consequences. In the second half of the show, Chris talks about the recent visits to Parley’s Park Elementary, Park City High and the Park City Medical Center and what they are doing to reduce waste and waist lines.
It’s day two of the KPCW February Pledge Drive. On today’s show, supporters and friends of This Green Earth, Jones Waldo and Swaner Nature Preserve join Nell Larson and Chris Cherniak. First, Greg Cropper from Jones Waldo is in the studio to help support KPCW. Representing Swaner Nature Preserve, Sally Tauber and Andrew Giunta are also in the studio to show their support. This is one of just a few radio shows in the country dealing with environmental issues.
Today, co-hosts Nell Larson and Chris Cherniak have Amy Roberts and Jules Kaufman from Park City Medical Center in to talk about what the hospital is doing to reduce their impacts on the environment. In the second half of the show, Mary Closser and Tania McIntyre explain what Parley’s Park Elementary is doing to reduce their cafeteria waste and how the students are involved in a program called “Cool The Earth”. To wrap up the hour, a recap of the Sundance documentary’s “Chasing Ice” and “Fierce Green Fire”.
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This Green Earth at Whole Foods Hosts Chris Cherniak & Nell Larson Guests: 9:00 AM Hour Kathryn Fraizer from Whole Foods Big Boys Gone Bananas, Director: Frederik Gertten.World cinema documentary Queen of Versailles, Director: Lauren Greenfield. US documentary Chasing Ice, Director: Jeff Orlowski. US documentary – part 1 Listen to Part 1 here: Listen [...]
Co-Hosts Nell Larson and Chris Cherniak talk to Dr. Tom Pickerell, Senior Sceince Manager at Monterey Bay Aquarium, about the Chilean Sea Bass, its dwindiling population and what we can do to help . During the second half of the show, a preview of the films they will be discussing during the Special Thursday Edition of This Green Earth on January 19. Chris and Nell will broadcast live from Whole Foods in Kimball Junction from 9-11am. They’ll talk to directors and representatives of six documentaries. You’re invited.
Today’s show features 2 environmental journalists on their recent pieces in High Country News. Co-hosts Nell Larson and Chris Chernaik talk to Nathan Rice, author of the article on Boulder’s Municipal power. Emilene Ostind’s discusses the article “Perilous Passages”.