How is climate change impacting places we love to travel? *Places people call home. Speaking of Travel Podcast host Marilyn Ball and Climate Listening Project director Dayna Reggero invite experts and travelers to talk green travel solutions, give eco-tourism tips, and share climate stories.
How can we work together to protect the places we love?
Our Stories, Our Truth
Elizabeth Bradfield and Sean Hill talk new Climate Listening Project film "Earth People Words" & the importance of telling our stories - and listening - as we share this earth together.
Compassion & Justice
Nakisa Glover of Sol Nation & Susannah Tuttle of NC Interfaith Power & Light talk US Climate Action Network & share solutions for protecting the places we love with compassion and justice.
Learn about traveling to support soil and soil with local nature-based businesses in Appalachia and beyond - from guest Sara Day Evans, founding director of Accelerating Appalachia.
UN Women & Climate
United Nations Women's International Forum Earth Day on Climate - with guests Jill Kubit of DearTomorrow (USA) and Frida Berry Eklund of Föräldravrålet (Sweden).
Students on Climate
University of North Carolina Asheville student and Franklin School of Innovation 9th graders join us to talk about climate action through art and podcasts.
PBS EcoSense for Living
PBS's EcoSense for Living new tv series director Suzan Satterfield joins us to talk about her travels across America finding and featuring ways to save money by saving the environment.
Voices of Hope
Environmental Paper Network's Amy Moas of Greenpeace USA, Joshua Axelrod of NRDC, and Beth Porter of Green America are Voices of Hope for Forests.
Climate Listening Project director Dayna Reggero joins Speaking of Travel host Marilyn Ball to announce new partnership for 2019 with podcasts each month featuring expert guests.
Green Travel Tips
Laura Hope-Gill of Wordfest joins us to discuss geopoetics, the importance of the stories we tell and the ways we connect around the earth through the stories we share.
Kim Brand and Tom Tribble of Audubon join us to discuss Wood Thrush migration from North Carolina to Belize and how migratory birds are important global climate change connectors.
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