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 Sea Change Radio 
 Weekly Program
 Gregory Schwartz
 Sea Change Radio  
Do you ever look around and think that if our agricultural and transportation systems could get a little more efficient, we might just be able to slow down the rate of climate change? Well, our guest today has spent a lot of time thinking about that, and what people are calling "tactical urbanism." This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak to Gregory Schwartz, whose new book is "Bright Green Future - How Everyday Heroes are Re-Imagining the Way We Feed, Power and Build Our World." Taped before the pandemic, our conversation highlights urban planning efforts in Dallas, non-profits in Detroit, as well as other movements and innovations that are providing hope in the struggle against climate change. Schwartz also alerts us to a set of newfangled, made-up policy words like stroads and blots that may be coming soon to a neighborhood near you!

Track: Land of Nod
Artist: The New Mastersounds
Album: This Is What We Do
Label: One Note Records
Year: 2005

Track: African Herbsman
Artist: Taj Mahal
Album: Hanapepe Dream
Label: Tone Cool Records
Year: 2001

Track: Walkin' On The Strings
Artist: Chet Atkins
Album: Chet Atkins and His Guitar
Label: RCA
Year: 1964

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00:29:00 English 2021-04-20
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