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Vol. 37.6: Alternatives 40th anniversary issue
November 23, 2011
| This special podcast celebrates the Alternatives Journal's 40th anniversary. Interviews with Bob Paehlke, Andrew Nikiforuk, Ken Ogilvie and Nicola Ross.
Issue 37.5: The Power & The Glory
September 13, 2011
| We discuss environmental education with Janet Kimantas, the link between fossil fuels and cancer with environmental activist Sandra Steingraber, and speak with hemp hero Greg Herriot.
Rocking the Environment (Issue 37.4)
June 21, 2011
| The Alternatives Podcast returns with issue 37.4, featuring exclusive interviews with Sarah Harmer, Greg Brown, as well as the story of Greenpeace's Amchitka CD from producer John Timmins.
Water, water everywhere (Water 37.1)
January 13, 2011
| Protecting our Sacred Headwaters, making water-smart beer, public water and "Bulls%&t!"
November 24, 2010
| 36:6 Biodiversity, Prosperity without Growth and Substitution
36:4 Out of this world 2010
June 21, 2010
| The mystery of the missing environmentalist, old-school weather forecasting in Kenya and reusing building materials.
Special edition: A conversation with Janine Benyus author of BioMimicry
June 11, 2010
| Janine Benyus, best selling author of "Biomimicry" at the Sustainability Network.
Margaret Atwood: A feature interview
June 1, 2010
| Alternatives Editor in Chief Nicola Ross talks literature and the environment with Margaret Atwood.
36:3c Wade Davis on The Wayfinder
April 23, 2010
| 2009 Massey Lecturer Wade Davis in conversation with Nicola Ross
36:3 "Green" Books 2010
April 15, 2010
| An overview of the best environmental titles of the year.
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