Tuesdays 7:30pm - 8pm and Saturdays 2pm - 2:30pm
The greenTHINK program aims to inspire interest in the science and solutions associated with our changing climate. greenTHINK will present current innovations, anecdotes and theories in a light-hearted and entertaining way. Green education materials, interviews with Green guests, discussions of State initiatives and on and off campus Green events, will be used to promote hands on learning experiences for students and listeners.
Episode 15: Eco-Adventures inside and out
On this Episode, Tracy takes a hands on approach to Wildlife Stewardship. Participating in a landmark Regional Research project as a field technician headed by Kevin Clark - Director of Bioservices at San Diego Natural History Museum - she is also joined by Marco Combs, an avid outdoorsman and HVAC technician. They will be trapping, counting, banding, and releasing the nefarious and infamous Cowbird. She'll take you through the process of research and straight into the birdcage, as she searches for a little Eco-Stability in her environmental journey. This weeks, "Energy Corner," features another environmental balancing act - Topping the multi-ton HVAC Liebert Industrial Chiller in phase 2 of COD's Building and Energy Systems Professionals. Tracy will be there along with Professor Ramiro Galicia. Energy inside and Ecological stewardship outside.... She is covering all the eco innovation she can in 30 minutes!
Episode 14: Solar Joe's Master Class & In the Trenches w/COD's ESP team
This episode of "greenTHINK" features a highly anticipated second interview with Joe Wachsmuth, COD's renewable energy educator and solar promoter extraordinaire. Together we will explore solar energy's strengths, innovations, and challenges - and be prepared to experience an actual industrial strength HVAC unit's install working with the building and energy systems team - exclusively at College of the Desert and Exclusively yours, here on "greenTHINK" !
Episode 13: Green Sports Volume 2
Tracy continues her conversation with Lew Blaustein on the Excitement and Events surrounding the Green Sports Industry. Lew Blaustein - a member of the Green Sports Alliance and author of "Writing at the Intersection of Green and Sports" - is a veteran of Sports Journalism and a promoter of the Eco-Innovation Green Sports events that inspires sports leagues and millions of fans to embrace: renewable energy, recycling, water efficiency, species preservation, and other environmentally preferable practices.
Episode 12: #Green4ALL and greensportsblog.com
Tracy continues her conversation with Vien Truong, DIRECTOR of Oakland CA based #Green4ALL – she’s a successful advocate for equitable climate change policy, we’ll hear about her successes in creating a Green Jobs Training program that complements the burgeoning Green Jobs market. The second half features Lew Blaustein – Green journalist and creator of “Writing at the Intersection of Green and Sports” at greensportsblog.com. Lew will introduce “greenTHINK” listeners to the overwhelming influx of Professional and collegiate Sports into Green Industry and just how Green Sports transforms venues and impacts 70+ million fans!
Episode 11 | Rebuilding America: East Coast/West Coast Stories Part II
On this episode Tracy continues her conversation with Majora Carter, leading urban revitalization strategy consultant, real estate developer and Peabody Award-winning broadcaster, and Vien Truong, one of America's foremost policy experts on building an Equitable Green Economy joins the greenTHINK dialogue.
Episode 10 | Rebuilding America: East Coast/West Coast Stories
On this Episode: Portland Oregon's Eric Corey Freed, Award-winning architect, author, credited with establishing sustainable design curricula at the University of Cal Berkley takes greenTHINK's call to discuss "Community Disruption" as a means to rebuilding America. On the East Coast, Majora Carter, urban revitalization strategist, Peabody Award-winning broadcaster, MacArthur Genius Fellow, president and co-founder of @StartupBoxSBX, joins greenTHINK to discuss building resilience and self-sufficiency into historic urban centers.