Solutionary Perspectives - An interview series hosted by Bill Moyer and Diane Wittner, examining the perspectives of Solutionary Rail allies and stakeholders.

Solutionary Perspectives: A Conversation with NASA Climate Scientist Nathan Kurtz, Ph. D.


Solutionary Perspectives: Rural Communities & Rural Organizing


Solutionary Perspectives: Environmental Justice - Freight Impacts on Workers & Communities


Lac Megantic Rail Disaster and Solutionary Rail


Trains, Barges & Agricultural Transport Economics - Conversation with Dr. Ken Casavant


Solutionary Perspectives - Liz Veazey on the potential of bringing renewable energy to rural electric cooperatives


Neil Seldman on Local Self Reliance


Clean Energy, Community Economy, and Energy Democracy


Just Transition Baltimore


Clean Vehicles and a Clean Grid with Sierra Club's Joe Halso


Just Transition in Chicago's Little Village


Rail Realities from a Locomotive Engineer

Check out this two part interview with Fritz Edler, retired locomotive engineer and champion for railroad workers.  Fritz serves as a special representative for Railroad Workers United, aka RWU.

Bio, links and additional information HERE

Solutionary Perspectives: Rural Electrical Cooperatives & Renewable Energy with Jim Heneghan

On this episode (in 2 parts) we discuss the latest developments on the Solutionary Rail campaign and hear from our featured guest Jim Heneghan, the renewable-energy engineer at the Delta-Montrose Electric Association (DMEA), a co-op on the western end of Colorado.

Bio, links and additional information HERE

Solutionary Perspectives: Center for Sustainable Economy with Daphne Wysham & Dr. John Talberth

"Solutionary Perspectives" is a video podcast series hosted by Bill Moyer and Diane Wittner, examining the perspectives of Solutionary Rail allies and stakeholders.

In this episode Bill talks with Daphne Wysham an early supporter of Solutionary Rail and Dr. John Talberthboth from the Center for Sustainable Economy. The CSE has been front and center in the campaign to create Portland's No New Fossil Fuel Infrastructure policy, and is now offering a new model for putting a price on the risks of fossil fuel transport.

 

Bio, links and additional information HERE

Solutionary Perspectives: Diesel Impacts on Community Health in Kansas City (Parts 1 & 2)

"Solutionary Perspectives" is a video podcast series hosted by Bill Moyer and Diane Wittner, examining the perspectives of Solutionary Rail allies and stakeholders.

June 14, 2017 -- This week, in a two-part interview, we hear from environmental justice advocates Eric Kirkendall and Leticia DeCaigny of Kansas City, KS - an American crossroads, and home of the second-largest railyard in the U.S. Leticia and Eric will share their experience with the impacts of diesel exhaust on their communities and the personal experience that propels their activism to protect their families and community from the impacts of diesel pollution from intermodal freight.

Bio, links and additional information HERE

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