Earth to Lincoln Podcasts

Join the Earth to Lincoln team to learn about how our lives and actions have an effect on the environment, both near and far, and what you can do to help. The show features interviews with local officials and experts, as well as frequent month-long themes.
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Retired NWS Meteorologist, John Pollack, is discussing long range weather forecasts, as well as the long term effects of global warming.
(Earth to Lincoln-August, 12, 2014)
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27:27 min
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As the state says goodbye to the Great March for Climate Action, host Nick Svoboda takes a look back at the Tar Sands Solidarity Event held to support the Healing Walk.
(Earth to Lincoln - August 5, 2014)
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28:14 min
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Reverend Kim Morrow, Minister of Sustainability at First Plymouth Congregational Church and the Project Director at Nebraska Interfaith Power and Light, talks about faith and ecology.
(Earth to Lincoln-July, 29, 2014)
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26:30 min
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U.S. Senate candidate Dave Domina stops in to talk about recent decisions made by a Washington D.C. court and marchers from the Great March for Climate Change give an update.
(Earth to Lincoln-July, 22, 2014)
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22:20 min
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Guests Anna Wishart and Jimmy Betts talk about climate change and how to get involved to help the cause.
(Earth to Lincoln-July, 15, 2014)
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26:53 min
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Ashley Martian, of The Black Cat House, chats about the upcoming "What is the KXL Pipeline?" discussion event.
(Earth To Lincoln- July 08, 2014)
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26:21 min
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Ellen Wright speaks with Michael Farrell, co-founder, and Sierra Harris, production association and news editor, of the Platte Basin Timelapse project, documenting watershed changes in the Platte River Basin.
(Earth to Lincoln - May 13, 2014)
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14:40 min
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Kat Shiffler interviews Nebraska landowner Art Tanderup from the National Mall in Washington, where the Reject and Protect event drew together thousands of farmers, ranchers, tribal leaders and concerned citizens to encourage President Obama to reject the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline.
(Earth to Lincoln - April 29, 2014)
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22:38 min
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Looking at the challenges and opportunities in getting more farm-fresh foods in our schools, featuring voices from the schools, growers, producers, and communities trying to advance the farm to school movement in our state. Hosted and produced by Kat Shiffler. Audio recorded March 18, 2014 at the 2nd annual Farm to School Summit in West Point, Neb.
(Earth to Lincoln - April 15, 2014)
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26:53 min
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Ellen Wright speaks with representatives from Green UNL -- a network of sustainable campus groups -- about Earthstock, a month-long event seeking to educate UNL students about sustainability.
(Earth to Lincoln - April 8, 2014)
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20:42 min