Sarah hogdon 2  As we run up to Earth Day 2010 what does the 40th anniversary signify?
What should we celebrate, both as longtime eco-activists dealing with a still somewhat apathetic American public, and which defeats should be noted, or at least what is still missing on this 40th anniversary?  We’ll speak with The Sierra Club’s Director of Conservation Projects, Sarah Hodgdon, in San Francisco about recent positive developments on the mountaintop removal front, as well as what is needed most now, in terms of galvanizing public awareness? Hint: strong climate change legislation. 

Nate Byer Head Shot  We’ll also talk to Nate Byer, Director of the Earth Day Network’s 2010 celebration about how, and where, to take part.