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The Many Shades of Green The Many Shades of Green delves into topics that affect the environment locally and globally, as we move to raise social and environmental awareness via culture, politics, and the arts.

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The Many Shades of Green delves into topics that affect the environment in Brooklyn and beyond, as we move to raise social awareness via culture, politics, music and the arts. We hope to open up a dialogue to enhance efforts that create innovation and change. We all have to learn to think out side the box, to promote ideas that will make the world a better place for this and futu

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The Many Shades of Green delves into topics that affect the environment in Brooklyn and beyond, as we move to raise social awareness via culture, politics, music and the arts. We hope to open up a dialogue to enhance efforts that create innovation and change. We all have to learn to think out side the box, to promote ideas that will make the world a better place for this and futu

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Courtney on Health: A Fish Tail or a Fish Tale About Sustainable Fish Eating fish as part of your diet, is a healthy opt...
04/08/2022
Courtney on Health 4/4/22 A Fishy Tail

Courtney on Health: A Fish Tail or a Fish Tale About Sustainable Fish
Eating fish as part of your diet, is a healthy option. Fish contains omega-3s, which can help reduce the risk of developing cardiovascular disease, cancer, inflammatory disorders, and mental and emotional problems. There are things to know about choosing fish and seafood, so that you pick what is most sustainable. Is it wild? Is it farmed? What is the difference and why does it matter? Courtney gives us great info on how to choose the most sustainable fish and seafood, and which types are best for your health. Follow Courtney on FaceBook and on Instagram @clgwellness. Check out her website courtneygravenese.com. Tweet us your thoughts @tmshadesofgreen and check out past shows on Malcolmpresents.com

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All about fish.

WE, the World works to replace the “I” with “WE”. Jana Larsen, Volunteer Coordinator at WE, talks about the mission and ...
04/07/2022
Jana Larsen - Volunteer Coordinator at WE, the World

WE, the World works to replace the “I” with “WE”. Jana Larsen, Volunteer Coordinator at WE, talks about the mission and her work with this great organization
The WE Campaign unites and amplifies the efforts of people, organizations and global movements working for the common good. Jana Larsen, is our guest on this episode, and she is the Volunteer/Outreach Coordinator at We The World. Jana is involved with engaging volunteers and working with and ‘managing’ them all over the world. Jana is helping WE build collaborations and partnerships in various corners around the globe, via a program called WE Change Agent Network.The WE Network provides a vehicle for connection, interaction and opportunity for unprecedented cooperation between people, organizations and movements. For more information go to WE.net and to hear past shows go to hudsonriverradio.com and malcolmpresents.com. Subscribe to TMSOG on all major podcast outlets. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @tmshadesofgreen #RaiseYourEcoConsciousness

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Sexy Astrology with Charlotte Ghiorse, plus the House of ChocLetAccording to britannica.com Astrology is defined as a, t...
03/14/2022
Charlotte Ghiorse, Founder of House of Choclet & Sexy Astrology Pt 2

Sexy Astrology with Charlotte Ghiorse, plus the House of ChocLet
According to britannica.com Astrology is defined as a, type of divination that involves the forecasting of earthly and human events through the observation and interpretation of the fixed stars, the Sun, the Moon, and the planets. Devotees believe that an understanding of the influence of the planets and stars on earthly affairs allows them to both predict and affect the destinies of individuals, groups, and nations. On this episode we talk to an amazing artist and friend of the show Charlotte Ghiorse, a painter, video and performance artist, and a mom of three, who has vision and a sense of depth which gives purpose to her art and life. Charlotte is the founder of Sexy Astrology and has a show on YouTube which gives astrological advice and forecasting, as well as horoscopes.

What does it mean that the conjunction of Venus and Mars is in Capricorn? Pluto is in Capricorn Neptune and Jupiter in Pisces…and north node and Uranus in Taurus. How does this affect the environment? What does Scorpio have to do with the war in Ukraine? Tune in to find out how the planets and stars align, which affects life on Earth. Find Sexy Astrology on YouTube and check out houseofchoclet.com on the web. Tweet us @tmshadesofgreen. Subscribe to our podcast on Apple, iHeart, Google, Spreaker, Spotify and more. Check out hudsonriverradio.com and malcolmpresents.com. #RaiseYourEcoConsciousness #BEEGREEN

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Music is the Messaage with Judi Jaeger and Bob ReidMusic is the message, and can be very powerful in times of upheaval a...
03/08/2022
Judi Jaeger & Bob Reid, Musicians with A Message

Music is the Messaage with Judi Jaeger and Bob Reid
Music is the message, and can be very powerful in times of upheaval and times of joy. The 60’s brought this to light as musicians took to the studio and stage to protest the war and civil unrest. Dylan, Joan Baez, Pete Seeger, Crosby, Stills Nash and Young and many more gave us music that is even more relevant to todays troubling and difficult world events. Our guests on this episode are Judi Jaeger and Bob Reid, who are two wonderful musicians with a social conscience, who strongly believe that music plays a strong role in getting out messages of social and environmental justice. Listen to a beautiful version of From Way Up Here, written by Pete Seeger and Malvina Reynolds, and Judi and Bob also do a live acapella version of Bill Staines ‘Bridges’. They believe that music is a conduit of change. Here is a wonderful quote about their music:

“Jaeger & Reid fill the air with amazing energy, unique harmonies and insightful original songs that are both meaningful and memorable. Their musical synergy is truly infectious!”- Neil Scott – iHeart Radio

Here is some info on an upcoming Jaeger & Reid show:

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For more information go to jaegerreidmusic.com. Subscribe to The Many Shades of Green Podcast, and tweet us @tmshadesofgreen Check out hudsonriverradio.com and malcolmpresents.com for past shows. #BEEGREEN
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Was great having Victoria on the podcast to talk about tips for the spring. Plant native trees and plants,stop using pes...
03/07/2022
Victoria Alzapiedi of New Castle Healthy Yards

Was great having Victoria on the podcast to talk about tips for the spring. Plant native trees and plants,
stop using pesticides and compost.
Enjoy time in nature and #RaiseYourEcoConsciousness

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Spring is Around the Corner So Get ReadyOur resident wildlife and garden specialist, Victoria Alzapiedi joins us for thi...
03/03/2022
Victoria Alzapiedi of New Castle Healthy Yards

Spring is Around the Corner So Get Ready
Our resident wildlife and garden specialist, Victoria Alzapiedi joins us for this episode to talk about what we can do to get our landscapes ready for Spring. If you have landscapers speak to them and tell them what you want them to do. Give them your input on native plantings, pesticides, leaf blowers, length of grass etc. (Grow your own National Park). Here are some tips to follow as the hills come alive with birds, insects, trees and plants:

Here’s what birds will be looking for: habitat, shelter, nesting, food, etc.

Here’s what butterflies and moths are looking for: host plants, habitat.

Here’s what bees are looking for: generalist/specialist pollen plants – including trees and shrubs, not just perennials, bare soil spots for nests, leave the dandelions.

Overwintering insects – don’t prune.

Identify invasive plants – consider replacing them with native plants.

Garden mapping–Plant where you can see and enjoy them – and also give privacy to wildlife and plant for pollinators. Don’t over water soil and don’t use harmful chemicals.

For more info follow New Castle Healthy Yards on FaceBook. Want to help save a forest? Go to preservebuttonhook.org … Subscribe to TMSOG podcast, tweet us @tmshadesofgreen. Check out past shows on hudsonriverradio.com and malcolmpresents.com. A shout out to The Green Divas!

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02/26/2022

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This week on TMSOG we welcome back Victoria Alzapiedi from New Castle Healthy Yards. With Spring around the corner, please surround your garden with native plants to help the pollinators thrive. #BEEGREEN

Documentaries open a window to life with guest Tyler A. Chase, founder of L’ORAGE ProductionsOur guest on this episode i...
02/22/2022
Tyler A. Chase, Documentarian & Founder of L'ORAGE Productions

Documentaries open a window to life with guest Tyler A. Chase, founder of L’ORAGE Productions
Our guest on this episode is Tyler A. Chase an award winning, independent filmmaker/photographer who fights for causes that look deep into human nature. We delve into what leads people to behave in ways that create division, and what propels others to work to create better things. She founded L’ORAGE Productions and works with producer, Lisette Cevallos. They created the award winning short films, Animal Crackers, Pentimenti, Sweet Soul in Exile and the feature documentary, A Castle in Brooklyn, King Arthur which was narrated by Golden Globe Award winner, Brian Cox. We talk about the importance of documentaries in telling untold stories, which help educate the public about injustices and the need to fight for those who are often overlooked. Tyler is working on a new project ‘Always Here’ which should be completed next year. Check out Tyler’s website https://www.lorage.com where you can find out more about the production company L’ORAGE, fiscally sponsored through Fractured Atlas (fundraising.fracturedatlas.org/l-orage).

Also check out hudsonriverradio.com and malcolmpresents.com for past shows. Subscribe to The Many Shades of Green podcast on all major podcast apps. Help preserve the Buttonhook Forest by going to preservebuttonhook.org #RaiseYourEcoConsciousness. A shout out to The Green Divas!!

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Art and the Environment with Charlotte Ghiorse Creator of House of ChoCLeT and Sexy AstrologyThere is a connection betwe...
02/14/2022
Artist Charlotte Ghiorse, Founder of House of Choclet & Sexy Astrology

Art and the Environment with Charlotte Ghiorse Creator of House of ChoCLeT and Sexy Astrology
There is a connection between art and the environment. We need to pay attention to what is going on around us, as we are harming the water, land and air which gives us life. Many artists use natural surroundings in their work to capture emotions which is essential to their work. Nature can be a simple add on to a painting to convey a sense of depth, or perspective. We talk to our guest, artist Charlotte Ghiorse, a painter, video and performance artist, and a mom of three, about her vision, which gives purpose to her art and life. She is the creator of the House of ChoCLeT, and Sexy Astrology. We chat about her work as it relates to the storm culture, how the car culture affects the populace, especially during pandemic times and 4 ways to help reduce our carbon footprint and save energy. For more info go to houseofchoclet.com and Sexy Astrology on YouTube. Check out malcolmpresents.com and hudsonriverradio.com, and tweet us @tmshadesofgreen #RaiseYourEcoConsciousness

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GreenFaith with Reverend Fletcher HarperThere is something bigger than us, there is something that moves the spirit to r...
02/08/2022
Rev. Fletcher Harper, Exec. Director of GreenFaith

GreenFaith with Reverend Fletcher Harper
There is something bigger than us, there is something that moves the spirit to right the wrongs, and take the higher road. Corporations and individuals must be held accountable for their actions when they disregard life, and poison the land. We must pull together to protect Mother Earth. There is no Planet B.

The following quote brings that obligation to light. “Extractive corporations, and the banks that finance them, are demanding government bailouts and the dismantling of environmental protections in the middle of a global pandemic and economic collapse. The idea that precious funds should bail out the world’s wealthiest corporations, not the people whose lives are at stake, is hard to fathom. This injustice is wrong”. That quote is by Reverend Fletcher Harper, who is our guest in this episode. Rev. Harper is GreenFaith’s Executive Director. We know that governments and financial institutions aren’t doing enough about climate change, and GreenFaith is moving to get the interfaith communities to be proactive in educating their congregations to be more sustainable, and lower their carbon footprint. For more info go to GreenFaith.org. Please subscribe to our podcast on all major platforms, and follow us on Instagram and Twitter @tmshadesofgreen. Also check out hudsonriverradio.com and hudsonriverradio.com #RaiseYourEcoConsciousness

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Preserving the land with Nohham R. Cachat-SchillingThe world needs people who explore and catalog nature. We as individu...
01/31/2022
Nohham R. Cachat-Schilling, Medicine Elder & Chair of MA Ethical Archaeology Society

Preserving the land with Nohham R. Cachat-Schilling
The world needs people who explore and catalog nature. We as individuals must take time to explore nature and be more aware of our surroundings. We need to learn about who was on the land before us, and and how they lived as keepers and guardians of the earth. Our guest this week, Nohham R. Cachat-Schilling, cares deeply for the earth, the trees, and all its creatures, and works to uncover and educate the citizenry about previous keepers of the land. He is a Medicine Elder, Bridge-in-the-Sky Medicine Circle, Opitemakaning Mawhihtit; as well as the Chair of the Massachusetts Ethical Archaeology Society. His keen awareness of nature and his vast knowledge of the contributions of those who were here before us, especially Native Indigenous People of the First Nations, gives us insight into the history of our predecessors whom we often take for granted. We talk about the importance of balance and leaving the land clean and green for the Seven Generations to come. We also talk about preserving the Buttonhook Forest in the Town of New Castle, NY. For more information go to ethicarch.org and check out Bridge in the Sky Medicine Circle on FaceBook and [email protected] Also check out preservebuttonhook.org for more info on how you can help save this habitat, natural carbon sink and the Native American Ceremonial Sacred Stones. Tweet us @tmshadesofgreen #RaiseYourEcoConsciousness

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Courtney on Health Plant Based FoodsHow do you spread the message about the benefits of healthy plant-based eating and w...
01/28/2022
Courtney on Health 1/24/22 Plant Based Foods

Courtney on Health Plant Based Foods
How do you spread the message about the benefits of healthy plant-based eating and why do people choose to eat plant-based? How do you obtain balanced nutrition, and how can you make the transition to more healthy eating and still satisfy your appetite? What’s in a plant based diet, and is Beyond Meat a viable option? While we want to encourage people to eat more plant based foods, it has to be done with eyes wide open. Many of the newer trendy products have a lot of filler vs protein, and because of the way they are processed, some of these products have questionable impacts on the environment. Courtney gives us some good insight into plant based foods, the good, the bad, the ugly and the nutritious. For more information follow Courtney on Facebook, follow her on Instagram @clgwellness. For more shows go to malcolmpresents.com. Podcasts are available on Apple and Spotify.

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The facts and misinformation about plant-based foods.

Croton 100 “friends influencing friends” to reduce carbon emissions with Patty Buchanan:Fossil fuels are contributing to...
01/25/2022
Patty Buchanan, Founding Member of Croton 100

Croton 100 “friends influencing friends” to reduce carbon emissions with Patty Buchanan:
Fossil fuels are contributing to a warming planet, pollution, greenhouse gas emissions and more. Oil execs want to extract all the dino goop, until there is nothing left. We need to get the message out that this is no longer acceptable. The youth movement is setting the stage, along with local grass roots efforts in communities, which take matters into their own hands and work with their citizens to help change habits, and put plans into effect that reduce carbon emissions. One such group is Croton 100, and our guest Patty Buchanan is working to get the community active in programs that will lead to a cleaner, greener planet. For more info go to croton100.org. Subscribe to our podcast on Spotify, Apple, iHeart Radio, Spreaker.com and more. A shout out to hudsonriverradio.com and malcolmpresents.com and The Green Divas! #RaiseYourEcoConsciousness

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Environmental History intertwines with Politics with Professor Neil M. Maher The late American Civil Rights activist Jam...
01/17/2022
Neil M. Maher

Environmental History intertwines with Politics with Professor Neil M. Maher
The late American Civil Rights activist James Farmer, Jr. once said “If we do not save the environment, then whatever we do in civil rights, will be of no meaning, because then we will have the equality of extinction.” Environmental history, politics, economics and social issues are all intertwined. From FDR’s New Deal to the Green New Deal, politics extends into environmental issues, and those who represent us in government need to heed the warning, that we must act now to protect and preserve the planet. Time is of the essence. Our guest on this episode is Neil M. Maher, Professor of History and Master Teacher in the Federated History Department at the New Jersey Institute of Technology and Rutgers University-Newark. Neil is working to help protect the planet through his scholarship and his teachings, which explore how the natural environment has mediated power relationships between people over time. He is an award-winning author, instructor, and public speaker interested in the environmental and political history of the United States. His most recent books include Apollo in the Age of Aquarius (Harvard University Press, 2017) and Nature’s New Deal: The Civilian Conservation Corps and the Roots of the American Environmental Movement (Oxford University Press). For more info go to https://www.neilmaher.com/ For past shows go to malcolmpresents.com and themanyshadesofgreen.com #RaiseYourEcoConsciousness

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Neil M. Maher is a Professor of History and Master Teacher in the Federated History Department at the New Jersey Institute of Technology and Rutgers University-Newark. He is an award-winning author, instructor, and public speaker interested in the environmental and political history of the United St...

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Spring is almost here! It was my pleasure to appear as a guest on The Many Shades of Green podcast to share some tips in preparation for spring. Hope you’ll tune in. And please let me know if you have any follow up questions! Enjoy! ❤️🌿❤️🌳❤️🐦❤️🐝❤️
Maya answers many questions about the #GreenAmendment, including questions of language, how it compares to other environmental policies, and its ability to fill in the gaps and provide coverage and protection for all people. Watch and listen to the talk with The Many Shades of Green! https://themanyshadesofgreen.com/tmsog-with-guest-maya-van-rossum-delaware-riverkeeper-and-initiator-of-the-green-amendment-movement/