Climate Change

To hear this interview with Christopher Ketcham about THIS LAND: HOW COWBOYS, CAPITALISM, AND CORRUPTION ARE RUINING THE AMERICAN WEST, which is a hard hitting look at the battle now raging over the fate of the public lands in the American West, click on this link:

https://forthright.media/2019/10/16/christopher-ketcham-this-land-how-cowboys-apitalism-and-corruption-are-ruining-the-american-west/

On Friday, September 20th, youth and elders in Mendocino Village joined millions of people worldwide to protest lack of action on climate change.  More than 500 people stood shoulder to shoulder on Main Street, demanding that governments and businesses act to mitigate the human causes of climate change. Listen to what they had to say.

Throughout the five days of Earth Week at Mendocino College, professors and students took part in presentations, art exhibitions, demonstrations and displays focused on climate change and ways to take action to help the planet.

Senator Mike McGuire hosted a fisheries hearing in San Francisco on November 28 to address a "new normal" in California and the Pacific ocean, caused by climate change.  The hearing focused on efforts to prevent whale entanglements in dungeness crab fishing gear, and how to manage the fishery in a changing and less predicatable environment. 

Burned: Are Trees the New Coal?

May 3, 2018

To hear this interview with Alan Dater & Lisa Merton about their film, BURNED: ARE TREES THE NEW COAL?, click on this link: https://forthright.media/2018/05/02/burned-are-trees-the-new-coal/

It will screen at the Mendocino Film Festival at the Matheson on June 2nd at 3pm.

Their award winning film about Nobel Peace Prize winner, Wangari Maathai, TAKING ROOT, screens at the Caspar Community Center on June 6th at 7pm.