Category Archives: Best of EcoTalk

Merry Christmas and Best of EcoTalk

is taking a break for the holidays and running Best Of programs – other
than a fresh TreeHugger Thursday scheduled for Dec. 28th.
We wish you a Merry Christmas and hope you ‘ll enjoy those reruns.
This is a rerun of our November 9th show:

Sustainable Design

Phil Bernstein talks about the Sustainable Design movement, how new softwares like the ones developed by Autodesk help to build green buildings. Another initiative of Autodesk is the PBS e2 series, narrated by Brad PittLISTEN (11 min)
This is a rerun of our July 7 program

Biking in LA

NRDC‘s Daniel Hinerfeld interviews two Los Angeles bikers: Slate’s writer Andy Bauer and Scott Sing. They bike to work and "it’s not a longer commute. it’s a faster workout". LISTEN
You can hear longer versions of the interviews on the recently launched OnEarth podcast.

Vicious Cycling is another article about biking in LA.

This is a rerun of our July 7 program.

Who Killed the Electric Car?

Who_killed_the_electric_car_ver2Who killed the electric car? It was among the fastest, most efficient production car ever built. It
ran on electricity, produced no emissions and catapulted American
technology to the forefront of the automotive industry. The lucky few
who drove it never wanted to give it up. So why did General Motors
crush its fleet of EV-1 electric vehicles in the Arizona desert?
Betsy talks with Executive Producer Dean Devlin and Electric car activist Chelsea Sexton. LISTEN (12 min)

See the trailer, The EV1 Club

This is a rerun of our July 7 program.

Nature Noir

Jordan Fisher talks about Nature Noir.

LISTEN (7:50 min)

This is a rerun of our July 7 program.


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