In 2018, we launched a grassroots project across the U.S. in order to empower everyday people to help solve the climate crisis through community outreach and education. Along the way, we interviewed climate experts, disaster survivors, and others. Here's what the said. Please share these clips, and check back for more!
In May of 2019, I visited the town of Redding, California, where I met residents whose lives had recently been impacted by the record-breaking Carr Fire. One resident who lost his home in the fire, Dr. Doug Craig, shared his personal story with me during this video interview. As a psychologist, Dr. Craig had particularly interesting insights as to the damage that a wildfire can cause both physically and emotionally.
Interview with Climate Resilience Director Zelalem Adefris from the Florida-based non-profit Catalyst Miami. This interview covers climate change in Miami and the intersection with environmental justice. Topics dive into include sea level rise, gentrification, heat stress, and more! Click here to watch!
Interview with world-renowned author and MIT professor Noam Chomsky about climate and the lack of action being taken. This interview was conducted on Oct 23, 2018 at the University of Arizona.
Interview with Juan, a Peruvian mountain guide, about climate change in Peru. Hear him explain how glaciers are shrinking, farmers are struggling, and peoples' livelihoods are at stake.
This video captures forest damage caused by the bark beetle in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. Dr. Shahir Masri interviews park ranger Chelsea Hernandez as she explains the connection between bark beetle epidemics, forest destruction, and climate change in the park.
Here us interview Blue Fruit Farm owner Jim Riddle about climate change and the impacts of extreme weather to farmers in Minnesota.