Episode #70: Tyler Poulson, Salt Lake City Sustainability (SLCgreen)

Matt chats with Tyler, the city’s Sustainability Program Manager, about SLC’s’s efforts to push effective climate change policies. First, they talk about the greenhouse gas inventory the city did, which found that the biggest part of the carbon footprint of the average city resident comes from buying power from Rocky Mountain …

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Episode #67: Brody Leven, Adventure Skier & Storyteller

Matt sits down with Brody, a professional skier, storyteller and activist, to discuss his career traveling across the globe skiing and embarking upon outdoor adventures, while also advocating for environmental issues. A graduate of Westminster College, Brody has built a career chronicling far-flung trips on his website and on Instagram, …

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NEWS: Rolly: Climate-change denier to speak at energy summit — and you’re paying for it

PAUL ROLLY The Salt Lake Tribune Aug 28 2016 The keynote speaker for Uintah County’s annual Uintah Basin Energy Summit is a controversial climate-change denier noted for right-wing propaganda and smear campaigns against scientists who warn about global warming. Marc Morano — who will join several prominent speakers at the …

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Episode #32: Roy Scranton, Author

Matt fires up the Skype box and chats with veteran, journalist and author Roy Scranton about his recently-released book, Learning to Die in the Anthropocene: Reflections on the End of a Civilization (City Lights Publishers). They talk about the climate change, value of activism and the transformations humanity needs to contemplate. For more …

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Episode #27: Lauren Wood, Climate Activist

Self-proclaimed river rat and climate activist Lauren Wood chats with Matt about the roots of her activism and the interactions between grassroots and green groups. They talk about direct action and the necessity for building broader movements to confront the climate change crisis. For more information, especially about an upcoming BLM …

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NEWS: Public weighs in on Utah’s solar power rate debate

By Kimberly Nelson ABC 4 News Oct. 8, 2015   SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 NEWS) – Thursday the public had the chance to weigh in on the fight over possible rate changes for rooftop solar power customers. Rocky Mountain Power says homeowners who use solar aren’t paying their fair …

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