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Connecting the Drops
"Connecting the Drops (Designing the Way Out)" with Andy Lipkis
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Could Los Angeles stop draining water from the Colorado River and become
self-sufficient? That's a question that Andy Lipkis and his organization
TreePeople are tackling in an unprecedented alliance with public works
agencies. Their work proves that the more we learn about how ecosystems
operate, the more sustainably we can design our cities. This audio
recording is from the Bioneers radio series: Revolution from the Heart
Founded in 1973 by teenagers, TreePeople's work is about helping nature
heal our cities. They offer sustainable solutions to urban ecosystem
problems, focusing on three areas: 1) Training and supporting
communities to plant and care for trees; 2) Educating school children
and adults about the environment; 3) Working with government agencies on
critical water issues. www.treepeople.org
Founded in 1990, Bioneers/Collective Heritage Institute is a nonprofit
organization that promotes practical environmental solutions and
innovative social strategies for restoring the Earth and communities.
They conduct research and education in the areas of biodiversity,
cultural diversity, environmental restoration, and restorative farming.
Copyright © 2006, 2007 TreePeople - Bioneers.org
Living On Earth - "Los Arboles?"
Listen to "Los Arboles?" as Living on Earth's Ingrid Lobet shares the
announcement of Los Angeles to plant one million trees in the city. Hear
a recap of the historic roots of TreePeople and the green future of tree
planting in L.A.
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Length: 7:00 minutes
Released: July 14, 2006
The Living On Earth podcast with Steve Curwood is the weekly environmental news and information
program distributed by Public Radio International. Every week approximately 300 Public Radio stations broadcast Living
on Earth's news, features, interviews and commentary on a broad range of ecological issues. The show airs in 9 of the 10
top radio markets and reaches 80% of the US.
Their webpage offers a complete listing of many quality audio programs:
http://www.loe.org/. Subscribe via their RSS feed: http://www.loe.org/podcast.rss
Copyright © 2006 Living on Earth, All Rights Reserved.