TreeHugger Radio 3

Union of Concerned Scientists tells us how the climates of the Northeast states are shifting around like puzzle pieces, Innovest president Hewson Baltzell decodes the findings of the Carbon Disclosure Project, and TreeHugger founder Graham Hill reflects on this year's Next Fest and "just doing" green design. Our soundtrack this week comes from Rhythms Del Mundo, the forthcoming collaborative album of gringo pop and classic Cuban sounds aimed at fighting climate change. Stay tuned for next week's show when we'll bring you sustainable tooth brushing, sustainable dance clubbing, and lots more. (listen)