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Karlyn Bradley returns to TUCC and is joined by Valerie Sipp (Living Streets Alliance, Association of Fundraising Professionals) for a very special double-header episode! Part of Arizona Serve's 2021 Guest Speaker Series, Karlyn and Val discuss whiteness in all its forms, with a special emphasis on its role in the environmental movement. Our live a…
 
Nick and Luis jam after the Tucson Climate Project's Preliminary Report Release, which you can watch here (https://vimeo.com/538767391). Have feedback for us? Take this short survey (https://forms.gle/gfreTnDafx4GPbg16). Want to know more? Read our Project Guidebook, as always (https://tinyurl.com/ybytn7c5). GRATITUDE FOR YOU ALL!…
 
In which Nick and Mary Ann Capehart, permaculturist and Instructional Specialist w/WaterWise, nerd out on water—water rights, water use, water tables, water pollution, average rainfall, drought, groundwater, drawdown, drilling (deeper and deeper) wells, the plight of many small farms and rural landowners ... whew! It's all there in our hour-long de…
 
Vianey Olivarria (and CHISPA AZ) have had a busy few months keeping up with current events. She sits down with Nick to give him a thumbnail sketch of her work in March of 2021, one (unbelievable) year on from the start of the pandemic. Her team is doing it all—fighting for cleaner air, lower utility bills, access to public lands, development of urb…
 
Conversación en el canal de Isonomía y Libertad de Perú https://www.facebook.com/watch/Isonom...​ Tema ética y moral del liberalismo y el capitalismo. Hablamos de la igualdad, de los valores que hacen posible el liberalismo y los que resultan de él, del avance moral, etc.
 
Tocamos una cantidad importante de temas con Liberty TV, desde la misma libertad económica, lo que caracteriza a las sociedades libres, por qué el nacionalismo arruinó a la Argentina, y también la inútil pretensión igualitaria, los sistemas jubilatorios que no funcionan en ninguna parte, ni siquiera en su mejor versión que es la chilena.…
 
Your questions about TCP, answered. Access the TCP Project Guidebook here. nspinelli@arizonaserve.org lperales@changemakerhighschool.org 03:20 Refresh my memory. What is TCP? 06:19 Who's on your team? 08:07 What does TCP have to do with TUCC? Are they the same thing? 09:50 TCP has changed a lot since I first heard about it. How did you conduct your…
 
Charlamos con Beatriz y Lucas sobre el tema del liberalismo, su relación con la cultura, los frentes que debería abrir, el problema del fascismo actual y la lucha en la cultura, la situación política en Estados Unidos, Trump y demás. También de qué es derecha, izquierda y centro.
 
It's been a while since TUCC has been south of the US/Mexico border, so Javier Alberto takes us to Socaaix (Punta Chueca) in what is now Sonora, Mexico to visit the Comcáac. Color Tierra, a Hermosillo-based NGO, along with CENKO, is working with the Comcáac Nation to address systemic shortages in water and fresh produce. Among other things, they're…
 
Una larga conversación sobre varios de mis libros, consideraciones sobre la crisis del liberalismo actual, con confundido con fascismo y clericalismo medieval, con Terapia Liberal. Hablamos de Hans-Hermann Hoppe y su falsa argumentación en favor del racismo y el nacionalismo y de los conceptos de normalidad y naturalidad.…
 
TUCC's first group chat, featuring the voices of three amazing humans: Angel Breault (Ironwood Tree Experience), Sita Stanfield (Friends of Saguaro National Park) and Treven Hooker (Arizona Trail Association). While Nick dorks out on papers he's read at Prescott College—including the dissertation penned by his professor, Dr. Mary Jackson—Angel, Sit…
 
Divestment from fossil fuels... is a thing! Now more than ever, as Frances ("Franny") Carol Slater and Nicholas ("Nico") David Matthews, current students at the U of A and members of UAZ Divest, can attest. So what's up with the student-led push to make this happen? What are Franny, Nico, and others asking of the University of Arizona Foundation? W…
 
TUCC heads into the realm of fiction with local writer Lisa Levine. We're treated to a live reading of her short story At His Limit before diving headlong into a discussion about ways of being, knowing and telling our stories (both at the rock wall and elsewhere). Without spirited, community-based nonprofits like Climbing in Color, Climbing Associa…
 
Nick kicks off 2021 with Dennis Caldwell, a local graphic designer whose boots have been on the ground for many environmental projects around southern Arizona. Specializing in aquatic species conservation, Dennis introduces us to a small but remarkably resilient cast of characters (including the desert pupfish, Chiricahua leopard frog, Huachuca wat…
 
TUCC ends 2020 with our longest episode yet. Karlyn Bradley (Tucson Organizer, Defend Our Future) and Nick get real about African-American experiences in the outdoors and grapple with the long shadows cast by white supremacy, systemic racism, and even anti-blackness in environmental work. These problems loom particularly large as many of us wind do…
 
Nick interviews Catalina Ross, Energy Program Coordinator with the Sierra Club. Catalina helps to demystify the concept of global average temperature rise as well as the relationship between utility companies and sources of energy in southern Arizona. (Where is our electricity -actually- coming from? The answer may surprise you.) She also calls att…
 
Nick interviews Ed Beshore, Co-Leader with Citizens Climate Lobby here in Tucson. Ed walks him through a variety of topics, including stimulus dollars, carbon-fee dividend, water scarcity, desertification, consumer spending habits, cow burps, and the odds that southern Arizona might look (and feel) more like Death Valley in a few decades if we don'…
 
Hey all! Nick here -- the podcast is on hold this week as I prepare for a new round of outreach with the Tucson Climate Project. This is a short update on my progress and what the future of TUCC might look like. Do check out TCP's November newsletter (as well as our recently published Project Guidebook), and hang tight -- new episodes will resume n…
 
Nick interviews Karen Peterson, a Tucson-based journalist and founder of Climate Tucson. The two acknowledge the uncanny similarity in their project's names before jumping into a discussion about the state of discourse around climate change in a year filled with coronavirus and social unrest. Karen was professionally reporting on global warming whe…
 
Nick interviews Daniel Peralta, Marco Burgoin and Jesus Carrillo, founding members of Mylpa Sociedad y Cultura. With close ties to the CENKO as well as the Colectivo Sonora Silvestre, the four embarked on a wide-ranging discussion about the importance (and legacy) of bacanora production in Mexico; the intersection of climate change, the arts, and s…
 
Nick interviews Ruby, Dot, Iman, and Ursula; all students in Tucson and founding members of High Schoolers for Climate Justice. They discuss the group's recent presentation (!) at an NAAEE conference, as well as: ways to teach climate change effectively in the classroom; intersectionality and the environment; the real -- and deeply human -- stories…
 
Nick interviews Jordan Sene, Program Assistant with Arizona State University's Project Cities. Also a graduate of Borderlands Restoration Network's Earth Care Youth (BECY) Institute, Jordan has a wealth of knowledge about communities in southern Arizona. In a holistic conversation about sustainability, the two discussed: how it is trans-disciplinar…
 
Nick interviews Elena Greenberg and Lizbeth Perez, Program Coordinator and Intern Support Specialist with The Bio/Diversity Project at the University of Arizona. They discuss what of the U of A is doing to promote diversity (as well as equity, inclusion and access) in environmental science; the challenges of teaching online; the importance of BIPOC…
 
Nick interviews Valeria Cañedo and Lea Ibarra, conservation biologists from Sonora, Mexico and founding members of the Colectivo Sonora Silvestre. In #TUCC's first bi-lingual episode, they discuss: the Colectivo; bats, agave and sustainable bacanora production; the importance of bi-national collaboration on conservation initiatives; and more. For S…
 
Nick interviews Carolyn Campbell, Executive Director of the Coalition for Sonoran Desert Protection. Murphy's Law interfered with Zoom, then Skype, then Nick's desktop recording setup -- but the two persevered to discuss Tucson's recent declaration of a climate emergency, the Coalition's 2020 Strategic Plan, the proposed Interstate I-11, and why cl…
 
Nick interviews Erica Prather, National Outreach Representative with Defenders of Wildlife. With reports surfacing of a mass die-off of birds in the southwestern United States, the two discuss the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, the 'eco-spiritual' crisis of the environmental movement as well as Erica's own circuitous path to her work in advocacy.…
 
Nick interviews Sergio Avila, Local Outdoors Program Coordinator with the Sierra Club. They discuss the organization's recent (and public) reckoning with racism in its past, as well as: the decolonization of language; the changing definitions for science, conservation, and outdoor education; the importance of role models; and what a more equitable …
 
El gobierno de Alberto Fernández no es como el de Cristina Kirhner, sin embargo está muy mal parado frente a la economía, que es su principal materia. No puede solucionar la herencia Macrista si interpreta sus causas al revés y piensa que se reactiva recaudando. La ley de emergencia encierra su falta de definición sobre cuestiones cruciales. La opo…
 
En su discurso inaugural Alberto Fernández habló de una reforma judicial, de la interferencia de la AFI en las decisiones de los jueces y del abuso de la prisión preventiva. La pregunta más importante de la "grieta" es si todo eso apuntará a la igualdad ante la ley o será la consagración del fuero personal de la izquierda argentina que siempre pien…
 
Mauricio Macri se despide con un video mal editado en el que trata de mantenerse en competencia con el gobierno que llega y se esfuerza a destiempo en señalar aspectos positivos de su gobierno. Pero no hace el balance que el país necesita, le habla a los propios. Alberto Fernández parece haber configurado un gobierno al rededor de la idea de poster…
 
En la UIA Alberto Fernández avanzó más sobre sus definiciones económicas. Habló de la "especulación" y la producción, sin saber que no hay producción sin especulación. Hizo su profesión de fe proteccionista y se pronunció contra el "ajuste" que deje a 10 o 20 millones afuera, como lo está haciendo el desajuste en realidad.…
 
El programa de hoy está dedicado al partido único argentino, que propicia cualquier tipo de intervención en los mercados, sin que los moralistas de la economía pongan nunca un peso y perjudicando a ambas partes de las transacciones. Le tocó a los alquileres y las góndolas, iniciativa del gobierno actual, no del que llega, en las que todos están de …
 
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