We are pleased to share podcasts from our colleague in California Gary on a range of topics which are related to Biofuelwatch’s work.
Click to listen to the KPFA Terra Verde podcast on Chile and California connections, very interesting history – recorded on 5th February 2021
Click to listen to the KPFA Terra Verde podcast on the Phillips 66 refinery conversion – Recorded on 21st January 2021
Click here, an interview with advocates for climate and forest protection through accountability in the pulp, paper and bioenergy sectors – Recorded 7th February 2020
Click here to listen to this special, the Institute for Sustainable Forestry presents an interview with two local veterans of the Timber Wars, Gary Graham Hughes and Richard Gienger, about the dangerous and erroneous notion of Net Zero. Together they explain how capturing CO2 from biomass to cancel carbon emissions from fossil fuel burning is just a fantasy created to greenwash big timber and the petroleum industry. This program is part of the Institute’s ongoing Sustainable Forestry Journalism Project.
Click here to listen to the second of the “Beyond the Redwood Curtain,” series, hosted by Gary Hughes interviews Guest Andrés Soto, from Communities for a Better Environment (CBE). Soto shares a spell binding account of environmental justice organizing in the San Francisco Bay Area refinery corridor, the industrial center for processing the liquid fuels that the North Coast has come to take for granted…
Click here to listen to the first of the “Beyond the Redwood Curtain,” series, hosted by Gary Hughes of Biofuelwatch who interviews Greg Karras, an Energy Systems Scientist, about decommissioning refineries or reaching a diesel dead end.