Julie Hantman is producer and host of a quarterly radio series on climate change called “Climate Seasons.” Local and national guests speak with Julie about local impacts, novel solutions, and ways to engage people in their everyday lives. Broadcast over community radio station Takoma Radio WOWD-LP 94.3 FM, “Climate Seasons” reaches a potential listening audience of 250,000 in southern Montgomery County and northern parts of Washington, DC. The series livestreams at www.TakomaRadio.org and episodes are archived at www.ClimateSeasons.org.

Soil and Spirit (#5)

Ditch those rototillers. Guest Betsy Taylor describes the agricultural revolution to restore soil health. Healthy soil can sequester more carbon, improve crop yields, and support biodiversity and pollinators -- a…

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100% by 2032 (#4)

With the passage of the Clean Energy DC Act on January 18th, DC's already-strong leadership on clean energy rose even higher. The ambitious law puts the city of Washington, DC…

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Art Innovators (#3)
Artist Noel Kassewitz rowing her "climate-ready" art

Art Innovators (#3)

Art and culture innovators create new gateways for grasping the enormity of the climate crisis. Jill Kubit urges parents to write personal letters to their children from the vantage point…

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The Floods (#2)

The Washington, DC region faces severe flooding risks from a triple threat of heavy rain, downstream river flooding through Maryland, and ocean surges upriver from the Chesapeake Bay. How does…

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