TreeHugger Radio: Pesticides and Rock & Roll


This week we speak to Wakarusa music festival director Bret Mosiman about how this mega-venue is taking the green initiative to the main stage. We also report on some chilling research that indicates children born in the spring have lower aptitudes. The reason? It could have everything to do with pesticides. Also, Nike is taking a run at being a carbon neutral business, and we get a taste of next week’s extended interview with Global Footprint director Mathis Wackernagel. This week’s soundtrack comes from the Allenko Brotherhood Ensemble thanks to Calabash Music. Subscribe to TreeHugger Radio on iTunes or listen/right click to download. ::TreeHugger Radio
(TreeHugger Radio is written by Simran Sethi and produced by Jacob Gordon)

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