The Best of TreeHugger Radio In-Depth Interivews


At TreeHugger we are so fortunate to speak with some of the most lucid minds of the modern green movement. TreeHugger Radio is not even yet a year old, but we've already had the pleasure of spending time with remarkable thinkers, sharing these radical viewpoints on sustainability and human culture. Here is a look at some of the in-depth interviews we've had the honor to offer on TreeHugger Radio.

Simran Sethi speaks with Paul Hawken about the birth of Blessed Unrest and the spawning of the grass roots.

Mathis Wackernagel, an ecological economist, reframes the modern human paradigm in a radical way.

The founder of Architecture for Humanity, Cameron Sinclair, discusses how green design is a universal imperative. More after the jump.Legendary ecologist David Suzuki describes his recent travels and the essence of the sense of place.

With Burning Man underway, the festival's green ambassador Tom Price discusses the year's green theme, and Vinay Gupta outlines his opensource disaster relief systems that were born on the playa.

Alisa Smith and James Mackinnon became local eaters and wrote Plenty: One Man, One Woman, and a Raucous Year of Eating Locally.

Artist, scientist, and polymath Alyce Santoro illustrates the art of recycling, and the reason for her move from Brooklyn to West Texas.

There are more great interviews in our archives than we even have room for here. Visit TreeHugger Radio for more, or subscribe to the podcast via iTunes.