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TreeHugger Radio is a weekly program of green news, eco-lifestyle coverage, and extended interviews with some of the world's brightest green luminaries.TreeHugger Radio is a weekly program of green news, eco-lifestyle coverage, and extended interviews wit

Last Build Date: Mon, 14 May 2012 11:26:14 -0400

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Mon, 14 May 2012 11:26:14 -0400

In this final installment we step back through time into some of our favorite conversations.(image)

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Thu, 03 May 2012 11:42:48 -0400

Jacob and Brian look at SolarCity going public, pollution that cools the country, clever sewage sensors, and plenty more.(image)

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Thu, 26 Apr 2012 16:26:23 -0400

Brian and Jacob talk about floating wind turbines, a kindler, gentler Burger King, and what the Discovery Channel left out of Frozen Planet.(image)

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Thu, 19 Apr 2012 09:41:44 -0400

Jacob and Brian look at the top green news from the pages of TreeHugger.(image)

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Thu, 12 Apr 2012 09:30:18 -0400

Jacob and Brian look at chicken pre-marinated with Prozak, the blackest solar cell ever, and Poland and Vermont's fight against Monsanto.(image)

Thu, 05 Apr 2012 13:22:43 -0400

This week, Jacob and Brian talk about a greener Apple Inc., crazy-ass weather, Obama's oil and gas issues, and a dating site for the doomsday crowd.(image)

Wed, 28 Mar 2012 09:05:37 -0400

Jacob and Brian dig into the pipeline that won't die, helium shortages, franken-Legos, laser recycling, and more.(image)

Thu, 15 Mar 2012 10:36:09 -0400

James Gustave Speth, founder of the World Resources Institute, discusses his new book and the political reform America so dearly needs.(image)

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Thu, 01 Mar 2012 09:36:48 -0500

Rajendra Pachauri, chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, discusses objectivity, climate deniers, and bringing solar technology to developing nations.(image)

Thu, 16 Feb 2012 08:05:00 -0500

Author and economist Jeff Sachs discusses politics, Occupy, Keystone XL, the need for nuclear, and lots more.(image)

Thu, 02 Feb 2012 11:29:00 -0500

The Guardian's George Monbiot talks about climate deniers, junk science, and the need for nuclear.(image)

Thu, 19 Jan 2012 08:15:42 -0500

In a tireless career, Alan Rabinowitz has accomplished more than most people can even dream, establishing some of the largest animal reserves in the world from South America to Asia.(image)

Thu, 05 Jan 2012 11:32:50 -0500

The New Yorker's Elizabeth Kolbert on global warming science and Republican climate denial.(image)

Thu, 22 Dec 2011 10:28:43 -0500

Architect and author of Cradle to Cradle talks about green products, his new buildings, and what happened in China.(image)

Thu, 08 Dec 2011 11:41:54 -0500

Josh Fox, the writer and director of Gasland, discusses the ravages of hydrofracking and the fight against it .(image)

Thu, 24 Nov 2011 13:44:18 -0500

The author of Diet for a Small Planet discusses democracy, psychology, Occupy Wall Street, and her new book, EcoMind.(image)

Thu, 10 Nov 2011 10:43:08 -0500

Science of science fiction? Dickson Despommier, the father of vertical farming, discusses what the future of agriculture might look like.(image)

Thu, 27 Oct 2011 07:58:11 -0400

Richard Heinberg (author of The Party's Over and Peak Everything) talks about his new book, The End of Growth, and explains why you can't have unlimited growth on a finite planet.(image)

Thu, 13 Oct 2011 13:16:35 -0400

If bringing your canvas bags to the grocery store, carpooling, and forgoing double cheeseburgers makes you feel good about yourself, terrific. But don't expect the planet to notice. What the world needs, says Environmental Defense Fund economist Gernot(image)

Thu, 29 Sep 2011 11:32:45 -0400

Even if the label of "maven" is painfully over-applied, there are people who still deserve it. Zem Joaquin, the stylish polymath behind, is one of those few. Zem has been on the editorial side of mags like House and Garden, Domino, and(image)

Thu, 15 Sep 2011 12:06:15 -0400

The Rainforest Action Network tackles a whole lot more than rainforests, and Executive Director Rebecca Tarbotton is leading her organization to the front in a slew of fights. Her preferred tactic: "equal parts pressure and inspiration." To sway the(image)

Thu, 01 Sep 2011 09:45:01 -0400

After seven years in government, seven years in non-profits, and seven years in business, Michel Gelobter jokes that he's headed for the clergy next. And why not? He's led Redefining Progress, been a professor at Rutgers, and run environmental quality(image)

Sat, 20 Aug 2011 14:45:00 -0400

When renowned NASA climatologist James Hansen came on the podcast recently, he said some chilling words: if we burn the oil in the Canadian tar sands "it's essentially game over for the climate." The murky oil sands of Canada are the largest known(image)

Thu, 04 Aug 2011 16:26:26 -0400

One can't spend years as the editor in chief of Dwell magazine and not be something of a sage on sustainable design. What's more, Allison Arieff literally wrote the book on prefab architecture and now shares her explorations in the pages of the New York(image)

Thu, 21 Jul 2011 15:09:37 -0400

Inglorious Bastards. Good Will Hunting. Pulp Fiction. Kill Bill. An Inconvenient Truth. With a roster of iconic films and a whole shelf of gold statues, Lawrence Bender is one of America's most acclaimed producers. Since the release of Al Gore's(image)

Thu, 07 Jul 2011 12:35:24 -0400

What makes lithium, the lightest metal on earth, our best bet for beating oil? If the world is turning to electric cars with lithium-based batteries, will Bolivia (and its massive deposits of the metal), become the next Saudi Arabia? Why has the Chevy(image)

Thu, 23 Jun 2011 16:06:04 -0400

One of the most venerated scientists of our time, James Hansen is the head of NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies, a position he's held for three decades. Long before climate change was a household term, Hansen was one of the first to talk about(image)

Mon, 20 Jun 2011 12:33:19 -0400

Among music festivals, Bonnaroo is the juggernaut, and this year is was bigger than ever with 80,000 people descending on Manchester, Tennessee. One of the innumerable artists to preside over the festival's many stages (which included sitting in with My(image)

Thu, 09 Jun 2011 16:50:48 -0400

Sarah Rich is a former senior editor at Dwell magazine, the creator of Longshot Magazine, and the co-author of the WorldChanging book. Sarah's journalistic obsession pivots around design, urban agriculture, technology, and new media. She tells(image)

Thu, 26 May 2011 12:30:31 -0400

Wind turbines, solar cells, wave power. If you think these are newfangled technologies, think again. They were fangled long ago, and their story is the meat of Alexis Madrigal's new book, Powering the Dream. Madrigal (a senior editor at The Atlantic and(image)