Interviews with QEW Friends
Several QEW Friends have been guests on Northern Spirit Radio, an online media organization with this stated mission: "NSR promotes world healing by broadcasting inspirational and educational voices of peace and social justice using the language of personal story, music, and spirituality."
AUGUST 7, 2016
While at FGC Gathering, Shelley Tanenbaum and Judy Lumb did a radio interview with Northern Spirit Radio for the show Spirit in Action. They shared their experiences at COP21 in Paris and at the FWCC Gathering in Pisac, Peru and talked about the Paris climate agreement and the Pisac FWCC Sustainability Minute. You can listen to the interview by going to this website: http://www.northernspiritradio.org/episode/climate-change-among-nations.
JULY 31, 2016
Roy Taylor III and RT3 Architects help people & organizations live more sustainably on the Earth, with the wide range of building & renovation & life-style ideas that reduce our impact in terms of materials, energy, water, & more. This is far more than alternative energy, this is the full-system outlook. http://www.northernspiritradio.org/episode/building-green
JULY 17, 2016
Ruah Swennerfelt has lots of experience in the Transition Town movement, locally, regionally, religiously, nationally, and internationally, and has now written of much of it in Rising to the Challenge: The Transition Movement & People of Faith. Ruah helps us map the way forward to resilience of environment, energy, & lifestyle. http://www.northernspiritradio.org/episode/transition-towns-faith
AUGUST 9, 2015
Tom Small found a way to take on species extinction on the local level, and he tells about it in his book, Using Native Plants to Restore Community (In Southwest Michigan and Beyond). By converting his grass-lawn into native flora, creating habitat for native fauna, Tom found a way to make a difference, locally. http://www.northernspiritradio.org/episode/doing-work-noah-growing-ark
AUGUST 2, 2015
Don't know about the planned (and underway) Nicaraqua Inter-oceanic Canal? Tere Campos, Nicaraquan native, and her husband, Brad Stocker, are working to put out the word about this potentially disastrous plan which would put at risk the 9th largest lake of the Americas, and much more. Tere & Brad are deeply steeped in environmental concerns, SEYM's Earthcare Committee, and ProNica, and Brad has a Post-doc certificate in ecology & human spirit. http://www.northernspiritradio.org/episode/nicaragua-inter-oceanic-canal-no