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The Salmon People podcast – Hiding the Scientist

EPISODE 5: The salmon had been returning to the Fraser River for hundreds of years. In 2009, they didn’t. When whale biologist, Alex Morton’s day to testify at the Cohen Commission arrived, she was full of adrenaline. She could tell people what she had been seeing with the salmon for the past two decades. And she would reveal what she had found in the 500,000 pages of government documents submitted to the inquiry. Documents that had only been released to inquiry witnesses, and would go back under lock and key the moment the inquiry was over. It should have been a perfect Hollywood moment — like key scenes from Erin Brockovich, Dark Waters or even The Verdict. And when Alex made key documents public, they revealed how the health of wild salmon had been ignored by Fisheries and Oceans for decades.

The Salmon People podcast is a co-production between award-winning journalist Sandra Bartlett and Canada’s National Observer.

The Salmon People podcast – the Game Changer

EPISODE 4: The salmon had been returning to the Fraser River for hundreds of years. In 2009, they didn’t. Or barely did. Nine million sockeye salmon were missing. Stephen Harper, prime minister at the time, was not a man known for promoting science, but the catastrophic loss forced him to call an inquiry. For the first time, there would be money, time and people testifying under oath about events leading to the disappearance of the wild salmon.

The Salmon People podcast is a co-production between award-winning journalist Sandra Bartlett and Canada’s National Observer.

The Salmon People podcast – a 20-year battle to save Canada’s wild salmon

EPISODE 3: When Alex left the orcas behind to study deadly sea lice, she knew she couldn’t be everywhere, so she gathered an army of sea lice helpers — citizen scientists from all over northern Vancouver Island willing to collect smolts and count sea lice for her research. An unlikely detective, whale biologist, Alexandra Morton would be pulled into a battle against government, industry and multinational corporations. A story like this one should have been an “Erin Brockovich moment”. But it didn’t quite play out that way.

The Salmon People podcast is a co-production between award-winning journalist Sandra Bartlett and Canada’s National Observer.

The Salmon People podcast: The Gold Rush

EPISODE 2: If you take a boat along the coast of northern British Columbia, you’ll see towering deciduous trees and snow-capped peaks, small islands, big islands and scattered throughout it all … fish farms. Dozens of them. Alexandra Morton remembers their arrival — remembers the Gold Rush when anyone who wanted a fish farm license got one. And she remembers how the government tricked coastal people into pointing out the best wild salmon habitat. The Salmon People podcast is a co-production between award-winning journalist Sandra Bartlett and Canada’s National Observer.

The Salmon People podcast: The Unlikely Detective

EPISODE 1: Some victims don’t have voices. Off the coast of British Columbia, wild salmon started dying by the millions. Chris Bennett runs Blackfish Lodge, 300 kilometers north of Vancouver where Canada’s West Coast crumbles into the Pacific Ocean. His guests are from all over the world. They come to see B.C.’s wildlife, but especially the salmon. Chris was out with a group of tourists when he looked into the water alongside his boat and noticed young salmon — called smolts — acting strangely. He drove down the coast with a few smolts in a bucket to show to Alexandra Morton, a neighbor who studied orcas. It was the first clue in a mystery of disappearing salmon, and Alex, an unlikely detective, stepped up. The Salmon People podcast is a co-production between award-winning journalist Sandra Bartlett and Canada’s National Observer.

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Clean Water ActionEpisode 23: Sustainable Investing: Save Money & Save the Planet. 

Whether you’re currently an investor or looking to invest, learn more about how sustainable investing can help you fight climate change and protect clean water, while also earning you money. This episode features a conversation with Zach Stein, Co-founder of Carbon Collective; Vicki Benjamin, President and Co-founder of Karner Blue Capital; and Jon Scott, Director of Corporate Relations and Legacy Gifts at Clean Water Action. Clean Water Action recently launched a new member benefit, a sustainable cash management solution that lets you earn more on your cash and do it in ways that are good for our water and our climate.

Inside the Circle podcast – a four-part series exploring the circular economy in action

Episode 1: Circular Plastics  Exploring innovative solutions to product design, packaging, business models, supply chains and advanced recycling technologies. So much plastic is designed to be single-use. A study by Pew Charitable Trusts highlights that plastic-related greenhouse-gas emissions are projected to account for around 19% of the global carbon budget by 2040. How can we develop innovative upstream solutions, and design products and packaging that promote circular models of production, consumption and waste management? To what extent have policymakers created an environment conducive to progress?

Cultivating Resilience – a new podcast discussing specific stresses today’s Farmers face

Farm Aid Cultivating Resilience Podcast – This  first episode gets right into it, discussing a topic that causes stress both on and off the farm: finances. It features Valerie Woodhouse, social worker and owner and operator of Honey Field Farms in Norwich Vermont, on her own financial journey and how she addresses stress in her farming clients. You’ll also hear from university educators Maria Pippidis (University of Delaware- Cooperative Extension) and Jesse Ketterman (University of Maryland-Extension) on the essential building blocks of healthy finances.”

Capital Insight Podcast – Making Sound Investments for a Prosperous Planet with Nicole Middleton Holloway

In this episode, Capital Insight co-hosts and securities attorneys Jenny Kassan and Michelle Thimesch talk with Nicole Middleton Holloway, a hands-on, nurturing CFP (certified financial planner) with Natural Investments, who helps progressive investors live abundantly and make a positive impact with their wealth – in their families, in their communities, and in the world – through socially responsible investing.

That Made All the Difference – creating global access to clean water with Matt Damon and Gary White co-founders of Water.org and WaterEquity

Bank of America’s That Made All the Difference podcast with Host Alicia Burke – In this episode: “What if clean water could help women achieve true equality?” Learn about how actor/writer Matt Damon and engineer Gary White are combining practical solutions with storytelling to help create global access to clean water.

Find out more at water.org and waterequity.org.

GreenMoney Talks: Indigenous Peoples and Impact Investing

Carla Fredericks of First Peoples Worldwide is speaking with Dave Archambault II, a Senior Fellow for FPW and the former Chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. In 2016, he emerged as a global leader for Indigenous Peoples’ rights as he led the opposition to the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline. They discuss indigenous entrepreneurship and economic development.

Aligning Your Money & Values with Kathleen McQuiggan of Artemis Advisors

Interview by GreenConnectionsRadio host Joan Michelson

Can we invest in ways that support advancing women and protecting the planet, while also earning the financial returns we want and need? “Yes, we can with ESG investing,” says Kathleen McQuiggan, “because your money is power, and women are changing the world of money and investing.”

How to Invest in a Better World with Marketplace Morning Report host Sabri Ben-Achour – interviewing US SIF CEO Lisa Woll

The US SIF Foundation recently released its 2020 report on Sustainable and Impact Investing Trends. The report focuses on how investors are increasingly considering environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues when deciding where to invest their assets.

Sustainable Business and Impact Investing with Cliff Feigenbaum

October 21, 2020

Cliff Feigenbaum is the founder and publisher of the award-winning GreenMoney Journal, now in its 28th year of covering SRI/ESG Investing and Sustainable Business topics. As a leading voice in Sustainability, Cliff is also the co-author of one of the first books on SRI back in 1999 entitled “Investing With Your Values” (Bloomberg Press, NYC).

Better Money Decisions Podcast with host Kate Stalter, CFP

July 17, 2018

Sustainable investing is becoming a revolution that many of us may not be well informed on. Learning to spend your money and profit only from companies that align with your values is fulfilling and impactful. Cliff Feigenbaum is the founder of GreenMoney Journal, and actively promotes sustainable investing. Tune into this episode to learn how to invest your money more sustainably and make a difference in your environment.

Caring about a company’s values has grown into a multi-trillion dollar industry

By David Brancaccio
August 22, 2017 | 6:36 AM

People generally like to measure a business’s worthiness based on its bottom line — not its values. But over the past couple of decades, socially responsible investing (SRI) has grown into an industry worth trillions. Cliff Feigenbaum, who founded GreenMoney Journal 25 years ago, joined us to talk about the increase in people who are matching their values with their portfolios.

Interview with Cliff Feigenbaum on The Wealth Confidant Podcast

As GreenMoney wraps up its 25th Anniversary Year, founder Cliff Feigenbaum gives a wide-ranging interview on The Wealth Confidant Podcast with its host John Christianson, of Highland Private Wealth Mgmt.

Liesel Pritzker Simmons: Stewarding Inheritance on the Stairway to Blue Haven

Liesel Pritzker Simmons, Co-Founder and Principal of Blue Haven Initiative, oversees their portfolio focused on holdings that generate competitive financial returns while addressing social and environmental challenges. Liesel is also Co-Founder of Chicago-based IDP Foundation, where she helped create the IDP Rising Schools Program, which leverages microfinance networks to empower nearly 450 low-cost private schools.

GreenMoney Journal’s 25th Anniversary with Cliff Feigenbaum

Cliff Feigenbaum: GreenMoney Turns 25 – The Evolution of Sustainable Business & Impact Investing

Lift Economy

Impact Boom

Impact Boom searches the globe to find the people, stories & inspiration to help you create maximum positive impact. Cliff Feigenbaum founder of GreenMoney Journal discusses his top tips for socially responsible investing, using your money to change the world, shareholder activism and his 25 year journey with GreenMoney.

The Money Life

The Money Life is about investing, handling, managing, planning for and protecting your money. Hosted by Chuck Jaffe, senior columnist for MarketWatch, in this podcast Chuck interviews Cliff Feigenbaum, founder of GreenMoney Journal, to discuss GreenMoney’s 25th Anniversary and the world of sustainable investing.

Next Economy Now (LIFT Economy)

Next Economy Now from LIFT Economy features Bren Smith, GreenWave Executive Director and owner of Thimble Island Ocean Farm– a pioneer in the development of restorative 3D ocean farming. Bren’s ocean farming model is designed to restore ecosystems, mitigate climate change, and create blue-green jobs for fishermen – while ensuring healthy, local food for communities.

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Episode 45: Live from Silicon Valley, the future of the clean economy

This week on the GreenBiz 350 podcast: A glimpse into the future of energy, cities and jobs from VERGE 16 in Santa Clara, California.

Cliff Feigenbaum on The Prosperity Show


Joan Sotkin host of The Prosperity Show talked with Cliff Feigenbaum of the GreenMoney Journal on a recent Podcast. Cliff has been involved with sustainable and responsible investing for over 20 years — longer than most people.

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