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  Hear the Conversation 9:27 min – 5.4 mb mp3 May brings warmer weather, and that means another season on the water for the Suttons Bay-based Inland Seas Education Association (ISEA). With a mission of “helping people of all ages experience the science and spirit of the Great Lakes through shipboard and on-shore educational programs,” […]

  Hear the Conversation 10:17 min – 5.9 mb mp3 The book, Food Truths from Farm to Table: 25 Surprising Ways to Shop & Eat without Guilt, was a #1 new release by Amazon earlier this year, and its provocative goal is “to serve as a guide for overcoming confusion and reducing guilt” when it […]

  Hear the Conversation 14:57 min – 8.6 mb mp3 “Right now we’re fighting the third battle of Lake Erie,” Dr. Jeffrey Reutter tells Kirk Heinze on Greening of the Great Lakes. “We fought the first battle during the War of 1812. The second battle was during the 1970’s. The Cuyahoga River burned in 1969, […]

  Hear the Conversation 14:22 min – 8.2 mb mp3 by Kirk Heinze About nine months ago, I interviewed two entrepreneurs and business partners, one of whom was honored as “Innovator of the Year” at the 2016 Michigan Governor’s Energy Excellence Awards ceremony. During that interview, I learned about their Well-Connect heating/cooling system, and, after […]

  Hear the conversations 35:21 – 20.2 mb mp3 “The Michigan Energy Innovation Business Council (MiEIBC) is nearly 100 businesses, large and small, engaged in advanced energy here in Michigan, and we cut across the advanced energy spectrum,” Liesl Clark tells Kirk Heinze on Greening of the Great Lakes. “We seek to bring together different […]

  Hear the conversation 9:11 – 5.3 mb mp3 Sally St. Johns is on a mission–to save the planet from global warming and to clear her name. Implicated in a terrorist plot to control all sources of energy, Sally draws on her colorful past, an idealistic attorney, and an aging mother to bring the real […]

  Hear the conversation 15:06 – 8.7 mb mp3 by Kirk Heinze Despite a well-earned reputation as one of America’s “greenest” cities, Grand Rapids still has much work ahead on the sustainability front, especially in the area of racial equity says Mayor Rosalynn Bliss. Joining me on Greening of the Great Lakes, Bliss explains that […]

  Hear the conversation 34:14 – 19.6 mb mp3 “Forty-seven years ago, on April 22, 1970, we celebrated the inaugural Earth Day, and the New York Times cover read: “Millions Join Earth Day Observances Across the Nation.” Closing in on five decades later, Earth Day is an international observance and global sustainability issues are constantly […]

  Hear the conversation 15:33 – 9 mb mp3 Back at the helm of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources after a demanding tenure leading the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, Director Keith Creagh and I resumed our annual conversation on a variety of salient natural resources-related topics. And as our conversation unfolded, I got […]

  Hear the conversation 9:51 min – 4.5 mb mp3 “I have the honor of seeing our Flint kids almost every day in clinic, and they’re amazing,” Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha tells Kirk Heinze on Greening of the Great Lakes. “They are smart, they are strong, they are bright, they’re resilient and they’re brave. “They appear […]

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