Bill Resnick talks with Pat O'Herron about climate change and public health. They consider how changing weather patterns, rising oceans, acidification and desertification, as well as pollution, change the conditions for illness and death. They address collapse in both "the natural environment" and human infrastructure. O'Herron does not end on a completely sour note though, and shows how knowledge of these dangers and present afflictions points the way to dealing with them.
A.J. Mooney, along with co-authors Howard Eisenberg and Catherine Dold have just released the second edition of "The Recovery Book". The first edition, released in 1992 was a seminal work that was billed as "A lifesaving guide that answers all question and concerns of recovering alcoholics and addicts." Don Merrill talks with Dr. Mooney about the latest edition, his own history with addiction and how the new book is an improvement over the first one. 26:34 minutes (24.32 MB)
Todd Moss is the author of his first novel The Golden Hour, a fictional tale about international intrigue in the Horn of Africa. But he's also an expert on real life foreign policy as a Senior Fellow and CEO for the Center for Global Development, a Washington DC Think tank that conducts research and analysis on the developing world. He talked with Don Merrill about terrorism, economic development and a few of the good stories across the African continent. 29:04 minutes (26.61 MB)