Category Archives: Conservation

Bridges Programming – Pope Frances’ Encyclical, continued – 6/26/2015

Bridges Programming – Pope Frances’ Encyclical, continued – 6/26/2015

Still reading and commenting on Pope Frances’s encyclical that calls on everyone, religious or not, to become aware of the diversity and necessity of the diversity of the natural world and the fragility of our human existence on Earth.  We need to honor and protect each other and the creatures and natural resources that share… Listen In

Bridges Programming – The Great Lakes Crisis in Central Africa

Bridges Programming – The Great Lakes Crisis in Central Africa

Our program last Wednesday started a conversation about the genocides in Central Africa.  Understanding the many factors involved is no easy matter.  We will read from an article by Professor Michel Chossudovsky, an economist at the University of Ottawa and founder of the website, GlobalResearch.ca.  We also have another source to refer to that was… Listen In

Landslide – Bonfire & Rosalind Peterson on Desert Tortoises

Landslide – Bonfire & Rosalind Peterson on Desert Tortoises

In Landslide, Program 54, Bonfire and her guest Rosalind Peterson discuss the fate of the remaining Desert Tortoises who are scheduled for euthanasia at the end of 2014. Asks Bonfire: Why can’t their survival be underwritten by a little loose change from the U.S. military budget… I mean… for instance. There are apparently only 1400… Listen In

Landslide & Bridges Programming – HAARP, Lyme, Sanctuary & Bullying

Landslide & Bridges Programming – HAARP, Lyme, Sanctuary & Bullying

In the first hour of Landslide, Bonfire talks about HAARP, the unnatural origins of Lyme Disease and life at the Sanctuary. download   In the 2nd hour of Bridges Programming, Jeff and Susan discuss bullys and bullying. Who were the original bullys? Who are they today? Children don’t just deal with them in school… adults… Listen In

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