EcoJustice RadioEcoJustice Radio presents environmental and climate stories from a social justice frame, featuring voices not necessarily heard on mainstream media.

Our purpose is to amplify community voices, broaden the reach of grassroots-based movements, and inspire action. We investigate solutions for social, environmental, and climate issues with an eye to advance human health, steward wild landscapes, and solve the climate crisis across the USA and the world.

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Co-hosts Jessica Aldridge and Carry Kim present a broad range of perspectives: land defenders and water protectors; front/fenceline communities; youth organizers; ecosystem and land stewards; spiritual and faith leaders; documentary filmmakers; climate scientists; and political decision makers. EcoJustice Radio is produced by since 2017.


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Tune in live to KPFK Radio Fridays from 4 to 5 PM (PST) at 90.7 FM Los Angeles, 98.7 FM Santa Barbara, 93.7 FM North San Diego, 99.5 FM Ridgecrest-China Lake, or
We also are featured on KPFT Houston Sundays from 4 to 5 PM (CST) at 90.1 HD2 FM or

Executive Producer: Jack Eidt
Co-Host/Producer: Jessica Aldridge
Co-Host: Carry Kim
Engineer and Original Music: Blake Quake Beats
Originally Created by: Mark and JP Morris
Original Host: Leah Garland


Glyphosate: Killing More Than Weeds? – Ep. 162

Join Kelly Ryerson, Founder of Glyphosate Facts as she reveals truths about glyphosate, one of the most common ingredients in herbicides and the main ingredient in Bayer/Monsanto’s infamous weedkiller and probable carcinogen: Round Up.

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Poaching the Sacred: The Fight to Preserve White Sage – Ep. 161

White Sage is deeply rooted in the cultures and lifeways of Indigenous communities within its native range. Barbara Drake, a Tongva elder who passed away in 2020, called it a sacred grandmother plant, a relative. Our guest, Deborah Small, along with Rose Ramirez and the California Native Plant Society, have made the award-winning documentary Saging the World to raise awareness and call for action around the protection of white sage.

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Building the Future: The Neuroscience of Feeling and Bottom-Up Governance – Ep. 160

Max Henning, Neuroscientist and President of Novus Think Tank, sheds light on why the future of humanity depends upon our reconnection to and biological understanding of feeling and how it serves as the underpinning for a vibrant, resilient democracy and an engaged citizenry that supports it.

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The Truth About Hydrogen: Green Fuel or Greenwash? Ep. 159

The fossil fuel industry has been promoting hydrogen as a reliable, low carbon, next-generation fuel to power cars, heat homes, and generate electricity. Ashley Kosak, Research and Project Management Fellow with FracTracker Alliance, and CEO of Green Aero, will explain how hydrogen is generated, transported, stored, and burned; the environmental and social impacts; and what it means for the future of clean energy. READ MORE…

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Burning Cedar: Revitalizing Indigenous Foodways & Sovereign Wellness – Ep. 158

Nico Albert Williams, founder and Executive Chef of Burning Cedar Indigenous Foods and Burning Cedar Sovereign Wellness joins us to share her journey to revitalize culture, Indigenous foods and wellness through sovereignty.  READ MORE…

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ZeroHouz: The Challenge of a Zero Emissions Home – Ep. 157

What would it take to transform a 100 year old house sitting near oil fields into the most sustainable clean energy zero-emissions house? That was the challenge our guest, architect Avideh Haghighi, took up with her personal project she named ZeroHouz. READ MORE…

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Indigenous Voices from the Northeast: Past, Present and Future – Ep. 156

Join our esteemed guest, Jennifer Lee, Northern Naragansett Grandmother, bark basket maker, and culture bearer, Board Member of the Nolumbeka Project, as she provides histories, insights and perspectives of Native Peoples of the Northeast.  READ MORE…

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Microplastics Are Everywhere: What’s The Risk? – Ep. 155

Our guest Dr. Scott Coffin has been studying plastic since 2014. He is a toxicologist and Research Scientist at California State Water Resources Control Board speaks about how microplastics are entering our environment, what solutions are being put in place to assess risk and implement precautionary solutions, and how we might limit our own exposure. READ MORE…

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How the Soil Sponge and Essential Biological Workers are Changing the World with Didi Pershouse – Ep. 154

Hear Didi Pershouse [], founder of the Land & Leadership Initiative [], share how we might allow Nature to lead, collaborate with other species, and ensure the soil sponge remains healthy and functional for future generations. In doing so, the worlds most pressing challenges can be resolved. READ MORE…

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Circular Fashion: Designing for Equity & Environment – Ep. 153

Circular fashion is a system where the design of our clothing and personal belongings considers both the production of an item and the end of its life as of equal importance. On this show we interview Karri Ann Frerichs, CEO and Founder of Circular Fashion LA whose mission is to give new life and add more value to clothing and to help customers keep loving the clothes they already own for much longer. READ MORE…

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Sow A Heart Farm: Regeneration and Rethinking Food Systems – Ep. 152

By increasing biodiversity through using cover crops, integrating wild and domesticated animals, and minimizing or eliminating tillage, Regenerative Farming creates healthy soil that keeps water and carbon in the ground as part of their natural cycles. Our guest, Chef Mollie Engelhart of Sage Plant Based Bistro & Brewery, Sow a Heart Farm, and the regenerative farming organization, Kiss the Ground, joined us to relate her experience starting as a chef and restaurant owner to running her own farm. READ MORE…

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