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A Worldview Apart

Aug 30, 2017

Walter Poleman is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Vermont, and directs the PLACE (Place-based Landscape Analysis and Community Engagement) program, among other academic and administrative duties. He is an ecologist by training, and teaches applied ecology in a variety of contexts at UVM as well as...


Aug 23, 2017

Annie Bourdon is the founder and Executive Director of Carshare Vermont, a small, non-profit, carsharing company that serves Burlington and Winooski, in Vermont, USA. Prior to founding Carshare Vermont, she worked for City Carshare in San Francisco, and has served on the board of directors of other...


Aug 18, 2017

Murphy Robinson runs the wilderness adventure school Mountainsong Expeditions. From her home base in Worcester, Vermont she guides wilderness trips and offers classes and workshops on a range of skills, from hiking and backpacking through archery, hide tanning, and hunting. She writes and speaks widely on these...


Aug 16, 2017

In this episode of A Worldview Apart Eric talks about some of the motivating factors that compelled him to start this podcast, and to focus it the way he has. The impetus for this episode began with a workshop on racism and white fragility that he recently attended through a local non-profit. While future episodes won't...


Aug 9, 2017

Steve Gliessman is professor emeritus at the University of California at Santa Cruz. He literally wrote the book—the textbook, that is—on agroecology, and worked in this field for decades. He and Eric talk about the differences between organic certification and agroecology, and about making change in the food sector.