TV – People’s Environmental News

 

The People’s Environmental News Hour!

with Barbara McVeigh & Charlie Siler

Tuesday nights at 7pm

Season 2 begins February 2018

PENN

Time to get real AND time to turn this world around!

AND DEMAND OUR LEADERSHIP RECOGNIZE THE PEOPLE DOING THE
GOOD WORK FOR ALL OF US.

IF THEY DON’T, WE WILL.

Tune into Channel 26 in Marin County or cmcm.tv. Charlie Siler and I have lined up inspirational game changers, those who are helping us, the people, steer the course of environmental responsibility and stewardship.

Thank you everyone for a great first season! We’ll be back in February 2018 for Season 2. Guests and topics are lining up! If you have ideas, please share.

Season One:

November 21 – Chocolate and Nature Connection
Etelle Higonnet of Mighty Earth returns to the show with great news for chocolate lovers who are concerned about deforestation in Ghana and Ivory Coast. And, Marin County local Mia Andler of Vilda talks about connecting youth to our own local forests of Marin County, demonstrating the power of nature education and stewardship practices. Click here for show.

 

November 14 – Plastic Pollution Coalition joins PEN to talk about global environmental disaster and what we can do about it.  Click here for show.

 

 

 

November 7 – Barbara McVeigh and Charlie Siler are joined by Matt Edling of the law firm Sher Edling, along with Marin County Supervisor Kate Sears, to discuss the county’s lawsuit against the world’s biggest oil companies. Click here for the show.

 

 

October 31 – Barbara McVeigh and Charlie Siler are joined by Tamra Peters, executive director of Resilient Neighborhoods, a grassroots organization that helps people cut their CO2 emissions. Click here for the show.

 

 

October 24 – The Keystone XL Pipeline battle is far from over. Now it’s in courts. Activist Frank Egger and Environmental Lawyer Stephan Volker talk about the first hearing in Montana of their lawsuit filed against The United States and why this battle is pivotal of the health of the planet. Delta Tunnels, another big water project is discussed and what this project means to citizens of California. Click here for show.

October 17 – Northern California Fires: Charlie and Barbara cover the scene and hear from those fighting and surviving the devastating Northern California fires. Jim Kasper of Fire Safe Marin joins them in studio to discuss how to get ready for the possibility of wildfire in Marin. “We are not prepared,” he said. Click here for show.

 

October 10Chocolate! It’s a bitter story about our love affair with chocolate, a major source of deforestation and child labor. Charlie and Barbara talk to Estelle Higonnett of Mighty Earth. Click here for show.

 

Screen Shot 2017-08-30 at 10.00.30 AMOctober 3 – Barbara and Charlie talk about solar energy and give tribute to President Jimmy Carter on the week of his 93rd birthday. Guests and interviews with Larry Schweiger, CEO of PennFuture and Tom Strumolo, installer of Carter solar panels in 1979. Click here for show.

 

September 26 – Barbara and Charlie talk trash! Why is it so complicated! Time to clean up our act! Guests from Marin Sanitary helps with the chore and educate us. Click here for show.

 

 

September 19 – Barbara and Charlie talk to the young ocean activists Heirs to Our Oceans! Listen to these brilliant kids and be humbled by what they have to say! Click here for show.

 

One thought on “TV – People’s Environmental News

  1. April Peebler

    In a time where it feels as though we are fighting against all odds, including mainstream media, Barbara McVeigh’s dedication to ensuring that oppressed or marginalized voices are heard is refreshing, hopeful and community building. We were so happy to have been invited on Barbara’s radio talk show and People’s Environmental News TV show in to share the youth perspective regarding what is happening to the planet and how it has and will continue to affect future generations. Thank you Barbara for opening doors in discussions, boldly and courageously. With gratitude, April Peebler, Executive Director, Heirs To Our Oceans.

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