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Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

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Engaging and enlightening interviews with top innovators and leaders transforming our world through energy and sustainability across all sectors, career advice too...mostly women.

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Mar 31, 2017

As the D.C. Environmental Film Festival celebrates its 25th anniversary, Green Connections Radio host Joan Michelson spoke with Founder Flo Stone about the festival’s unusual business model, and environmental filmmaking circa 2017. The festival attracted 30,000 attendees this year and reached far and wide across...

Mar 28, 2017

Every time you turn on your tap, think about what you'd have to do if you couldn't use it - ever. That's what daily life is still like in Flint, Michigan as a result of lead in the city's water. The story may not be a top the national news these days, but the crisis continues and is not being fixed.

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Mar 24, 2017

“(People in Flint) are living in…a war zone…it’s not America. You’re constantly on guard…and feel invisible”

We were all outraged by the poisoning of small children, as well as adults, in Flint, Michigan as a result of lead in the city's water. It may have fallen off the national news, but the residents of...

Mar 17, 2017

ARPA-E, the innovation arm of the Department of Energy plays a pivotal role in nurturing promising new energy-related technologies that will improve our lives and reduce our costs and carbon footprints, including through increased use of renewable energy sources.

A fundamental challenge to increasing the use of...

Mar 14, 2017

“Our infrastructure was designed for the climate we had and not the climate we now have.” Kathy Jacobs

Extreme weather, hurricanes, droughts and floods all affect us personally every single day either in our ability to go to work or school or the prices we pay for food. Is this “a normal cycle” of climate change...