We spend the first chuck of the show talking about the trap of culture war and social media outreach. A warning that the alternative is canvasing in person. We share news of pipelines getting held up and stopped by courts, And cover some positive climate stories in New York and in Africa. In the 2nd half we talk about a house made of hemp while discussing the impact of elevators. Read a history and essay about black urban farming paired with the growth of new gardens in the past year, and end with a video produced with the visioning project called the ‘Years of Repair’.
Music Used: Changes: by Modwheelmood
Gas Pipelines are getting Canceled!
NYC intends to end new Fossil fuel projects
Unread City bans new gas stations (has enough of them)
Satellite tool helps orgs fight deforestation.
College team advised by nonprofit makes prototype house out of hemp
The mentioned house entry from my school: has video featuring peeps I went to school with
Meme post on Solarpunk Collective
Blacks Lead on urban farming because of legacy
Growth of gardening via a Non-profit program
The Years of Repair; prospective art project