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A couple of weeks ago I had the chance to speak with a few of the guest speakers at the Idaho Technology Council‘s Energy Connected conference in downtown Boise. Today on the show I share those brief conversations with Jules Kortenhorst from Rocky Mountain Institute, Aimee Christensen from Christensen Global Strategies, and John Teeter a former White House Innovation Fellow working in the energy strategy sector.

Got an idea for a show? We’d love to hear about it! Contact us at buildingagreeneridaho@gmail.com

 

Energy Innovators from #ITC #Energy Connected by Building A Greener Idaho on Mixcloud

Cailin O’Brien-Feeney Cailin-OBrien-Feeney-photo-e1319561496671-300x300joins me to discuss the work of Winter Wildlands Alliance to bring balance to the backcountry between human powered winter enthusiasts, snowmobiles, and winter wildlife habitat. Winter Wildlands was instrumental in the creation of a new federal policy to manage motorized winter recreation on national forest land and this new Over-Snow Vehicle Rule mandates the development of winter travel management plans on forests across the Snowbelt.

Image result for winter wildlands allianceCailin will break down the rule and the issues behind it for us and give us a peak into the approach and strategies of Winter Wildlands Alliance.

You can also check out WWA’s Backcountry Film Festival and SnowSchool Program.

Listen to the 30 minute podcast below.

Bringing Balance to the Backcountry- Cailin with Winter Wildlands by Building A Greener Idaho on Mixcloud

Building a Greener Idaho and Eyes on Conservation host Matthew Podolsky team up to interview Carolyn Volk and Karen Viskupic regarding Boise’s GK-12 program. The GK-12 program was made possible with funding from the National Science Foundation and connected Boise State University graduate student fellows with local environmental education facilities including the Foothills Learning Center. This unique program enhanced university/community relations and provided an enthusiastic pool of knowledgeable educators to teach local children about Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) concepts. The partnership with local environmental education centers allowed for learning to take place outside of the classroom setting which helped to spark interest in environmental protection. Carolyn and Karen inform the listener about the legacy from this program and how they are working to reactivate it.

Guest Co-host Matthew Podolsky from Eyes on Conservation

Guest Co-host Matthew Podolsky from Eyes on Conservation

Karen Viskupic, Assistant Research Professor & Education Programs Manager Department of Geosciences Boise State University

Karen Viskupic, Assistant Research Professor & Education Programs Manager Department of Geosciences Boise State University

Carolyn Volk, Environmental Education Coordinator, Foothills Learning Center

Carolyn Volk, Environmental Education Coordinator, Foothills Learning Center

 

 

Our interview will air on Radio Boise 2-10-2015. You can listen to live shows by tuning in to Radio Boise Tuesdays @ 3 PM on 89.9 FM or 93.5 FM in the Treasure Valley. Or stream online @ http://www.radioboise.org. A podcast of this show will be available following the radio broadcast.

Got an idea for a show? We’d love to hear about it! Contact us at buildingagreeneridaho@gmail.com

Gk-12 with Carolyn Volk, Karen Viskupic and Guest Host Matthew Podolsky by Building A Greener Idaho on Mixcloud

Today’s conversation is with Dr. Susan Mason Associate Professor and founding director ofphoto BSU’s Community and Regional Planning graduate program.

NW GB reportDr. Mason has authored many articles and papers on trends in green building, community engagement, and change management and has spoken at conferences in the US and overseas. She co-authored the first report for the Northwest on trends in green building and has published follow up papers and articles since.

Listen to the podcast of the interview with the player below.

Dr. Susan Mason- Community and Regional Planning- Trends in Green Building by Building A Greener Idaho on Mixcloud

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