Matt Griffin: Army Ranger, SharkTank partner and Sundance producer, describes how to achieve lasting peace and honoring fallen friends.
University of Washington PhD candidate from Uganda, describes her research in the interaction of wildlife and humans.
Isabel Zamanillo discusses social factors of how humans interact with the environment.
The Nature Conservancy works to preserve life of, and on, the Earth. Kari Vigerstol leads a Nature Conservancy water conservation effort.
Duncan Marsh, international policy expert, discusses the policies involved with addressing climate change on an international basis.
Naveen Jain, discussed the entrepreneurial approach to the world’s most difficult problems. Earth’s energy (traveling to the Moon for other energy sources) and Healthcare (looking inside the human microbiome) are just two of the challenges Jain is tackling.
Dr. Jean Nokes describes 50 years of her love of horses, riding, and the last horse farm in the city of Seattle. Dr. Nokes preserves history about an area soon to change.
Lynda Mapes, Author LIVING HISTORY: What can a 100 year-old tree tell us about climate change and the world around us? Science Journalist Lynda V. Mapes describes in her new book The Witness Tree. Authors Website
Sound Transit 3: $54 billion and costs don’t match benefits until 2071?
Former US Congressman Brian Baird discusses a new organization — Three American Questions — designed to help the public and officeholders work together to solve problems.
Climate Solutions for a Troubled Planet: KC Golden, Climate Solutions, describes what people and society can do to help preserve Earth.
Renee Kaplan, Chief Strategy Officer at Skoll Foundation, describes the 2014 and beyond approach to curing the globe’s ills.
Dr. Gro Harlem Brundtland discusses her global leader partners in the Elders, the Hilton Awards, and a surprise at the end!
Chip Comins: “Get ready for renewables!” The chairman of the American Renewable Energy Institute discussed how renewable energy is an affordable future.
Kathy Calvin, UN Foundation President and CEO, describes the progress of the MDGs as time marches on to 2015.
World Wildlife Fund expert Jason Clay says we must reduce food waste to save the planet.
Dr. Elizabeth Hausler Strand explained how to prevent earthquake fatalities through construction techniques.
Amena Ali, Earth Networks, describes hi-tech way to protect human life through early weather warnings.
Conservationist Jamie Bechtel, A New Course, shows how involving women in global environmental efforts helps bring about social change.
Dr. John Gardner, Bainbridge Graduate Institute, discusses the future of food and business … and how it intersects.
Bainbridge Graduate Institute co-Founder Jill Bamburg describes today’s business responsibilities.
Gifford Pinchot explains sustainable business and intrapreneuring at Bainbridge Graduate Institute.
James Dailey, MicroEnergy Credits, explains how to help people improve their homes, save the environment, and create a market all at the same time.