EcoJustice Radio

EcoJustice Radio

By SoCal 350 Media

EcoJustice Radio, a project of, presents environmental and climate stories from a social justice frame, featuring voices not necessarily heard on mainstream media outlets. The purpose of EcoJustice Radio is to amplify community voices, broaden the reach of grassroots-based movements, and inspire action. Broadcast/Podcast on KPFK Los Angeles Friday 3PM PST and KPFT Houston Monday 9AM CST. Shows are archived weekly at and can be found on all major podcast apps.


Biodynamics: A Holistic Approach to Farming & Gardening

Biodynamics emerged through the work and passions of Austrian philosopher and scientist Dr. Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925). It began with his infamous lectures in 1924 which inspired farmers to a new yet ancient way of integrating scientific understandinRead more


Big Banks Keep Funding Climate Chaos

Multiple banks have pledged to clean up their fossil fuel funding with net-zero carbon commitments, but they continue business-as-usual, pushing for profit by championing destructive projects responsible for driving climate chaos. The 2022 annual reRead more


Stop Saving the Planet - A Maniesto For Effective Environmental Change

We’ve been ​“saving the planet” for decades and environmental crises just continue to compound. All this Tesla driving, green-roofed corporate headquarters, and carbon trading seems to accomplish little to nothing — all while low-income communities oRead more


The Textile Dilemma: From Manufacturing, To Waste, To Solutions

The fashion industry contributes to roughly 10% of all global carbon emissions (releasing 1.2 billion tonnes of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere every year). It is also the world’s second worst offender in terms of water and plastic pollution, seRead more


Now Give It Back: Indigenized Futures & the Land Back Movement

Land Back, the movement to return the stolen lands of the USA, also known as Turtle Island, to the original Indigenous peoples who inextricably belong to them, has been accelerating for some time now. Indigenous peoples have "lost" roughly 99% of theRead more

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