Zach Shahan started blogging for an obscure environmental website in 2008. Since then he has gone on to become editor of one of the world’s most popular renewable sites. Why is Clean Technica number one?
Audio from Thursday, August 7. The first part of that program was about a First Nations burial ground on Grace Islet in BC. The podcast below, “Protector of the Sacred Sites,” ran from 9:12 – 9:30. It revolves around the clash between solar projects and Native American Sacred sites in Southern California.
The ECOreport interviews two principals from California’s successful predator co-existence program, the story behind Project Coyote.
An interview with Camilla Fox, Founder & Executive Director, and Robert Crabtree, from the Science Advisory Board, of Project Coyote. Audio from Wednesday, August, 2014, from 10:00 – 10:30 pm: The story behind Project Coyote.
By Roy L Hales