The Sustainability Segment presents one-on-one interviews with inspiring leaders and grass roots activists on a variety of environmental, social, and economic issues affecting life and the future of our planet.
Guest Rich Hatfield, Senior Conservation Biologist, Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation, speaks with Diane Horn about bumble bee conservation and the Pacific Northwest Bumblebee Atlas Project.
Guests Cuquis Robledo, Coordinator, Storytellers Series, and Clark Matthews, Lead Producer, Rooted in Rights, a program of Disability Rights Washington, speak with Diane Horn about the Rooted in Rights project and the Rooted in Rights Storytellers Film Festival.
Guests Sharon London , National Wildlife Federation, and Michelle Wainstein , Field Conservation Associate, Woodland Park Zoo, speak with Diane Horn about supporting wildlife in the city and the 2018 Wildlife in the City Week.
Guest Nick Abraham, Communications and Accountability Manager, Washington Environmental Council and Washington Conservation Voters, speaks with Diane Horn about how environmental legislation fared in the 2018 Washington State Legislative Session.
Guest Stephen Jones, Director, The Washington State University Bread Lab, speaks with Diane Horn, about the work of the Bread Lab to to breed and develop publicly available varieties of grains and other crops that will benefit farmers, processors, and end-users while enhancing access to affordable and nutritious food for all members of our communities.