Sacred Nature

May 15, 2011
(was 05.02.2010)

Worried about climate change? Trying hard to reduce your carbon footprint? Kurt Hoelting gave up his car and spent a year traveling only by bike, kayak and his own two feet. In this hour of To the Best of Our Knowledge, living small and liking it – an argument in favor of the radically local life.

 

 

 

  1. Bill McKibben on a Tough Planet

    He sounded the alarm about global warming over 20 years ago. Now he has a model of how to survive on our changed planet.

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  2. Kurt Hoelting on Living Local

    A commercial fisherman and wilderness guide in the Pacific Northwest, he set out to spend a year living within 60 miles of his home.

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  3. Gordon Hempton on the Search for Silence

    Silence is disappearing in our world. This one of the world's leading audio ecologists brought lots of interesting sonic examples for us to hear.

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  4. Brenda Peterson on Rapture Here

    She is the child of fundamentalist Christians but her father was a forest ranger and she grew up in a remote wilderness cabin.

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  5. Bron Taylor on a "Dark Green Religion"

    Are we witnessing the birth of a new "dark green religion"?

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