#1234: JK Canepa of New York Climate Action Group

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JK Canepa, co-founder of the New York Climate Action group is today’s guest. JK and I chat amongst the willow leaves in a beautiful tree house, located at the Community Garden on 5th Street in the East Village. We talk about Deep Ecology, hydrofracking and how we can stop the city from using tropical wood from the rain forest on many NYC projects. Like proper naturalists, we      also talk to the squirrels and spot a bunny rabbit. Tune in and be one with nature.

 

 

#1234: JK Canepa of New York Climate Action Group

#1222: David Braun of United for Action

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Features David Braun, President and Co-Founder of United For Actionand the National Grassroots Coalition

 

 

 

#1222: David Braun of United for Action

#1107: Eric Weltman of Food & Water Watch

Eric-Weltman-Food-and-Water-Watch-The-Many-Shades-of-GreenFeatures Eric Weltman, senior organizer for Food & Water Watch, talks about the consequences of fracking.

 

 

#1107: Eric Weltman of Food & Water Watch