Hemispheres: Tom Butler on Human Population

In celebration of World Population Day July 11th, we look at the world’s human population through the lens of conservation and physical ecology. Tom Butler has produced a visually powerful book in collaboration with The Population Institute to make his […]

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Resistencia: The Fight for the Aguan Valley

In the second half of our Hemispheres show, we go to Honduras six years after the coup. Host, Elena Klaver spoke with Jesse Freeston, an independent filmmaker and video journalist based in Montreal.  He was a reporter for the Real […]

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Helping Young Women Survivors of War in Liberia

“For girls in Liberia, our chances for advancing are very slim.” Rosana Schaack is the Founder and Executive Director of THINK Inc., (Touching Humanity in Need of Kindness.) She is receiving the 2015 LOOP Award (Leadership Overcoming Obstacles of Peace) […]

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Hemispheres: Phyllis Bennis and Tom Hayden

Tom Hayden has been a peace, justice and environmental activist for over 50 years. He was one of the founders of Students for a Democratic Society, and was the principal author of the Port Huron Statement, the revolutionary SDS document. […]

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Paul Rosolie – Protecting the Amazon Rainforests

On Hemispheres tonight host Jim Banks interviews Amazonian rainforest conservationist Paul Rosolie. Paul is a herpetologist, naturalist, and author, and he has spent extensive time working and adventuring in the Amazon rainforests. Paul will discuss his adventures in the rain […]

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Earth First’s Dave Foreman + David Amram

On Hemispheres, Elana Klaver speaks with long time environmental activist Dave Foreman, one of the founders of Earth First!, on his new book, Man Swarm, on the connections between overpopulation and the devastation of Earth’s wild spaces and wildlife. Dave Foreman:   […]

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