Green Grid Radio

Engaging and transformative reporting on the environment, energy, and sustainability

About

About The Show

Green Grid Radio is an environmental storytelling podcast, driven by an investigative spirit. Initially developed in the fall of 2012, the show aired for 4 seasons and 4 quarters (Fall 2012 – Spring 2014) as a weekly radio program for KZSU Stanford 90.1FM. The mission of Green Grid Radio has always been to create engaging and transformative narratives, Currently, the team behind Green Grid Radio releases podcasts sporadically, with an ever-increasing scope that pushes beyond the traditional boundaries of terms like “environment” or “sustainability”

Green Grid Radio’s Online Presence

(some of these are more active than others)

Other information:

The opening song of the show for the first two seasons (“Afrikaner Dub”) made graciously available via a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND license by The Dreams. All music on the show is used through creative commons licenses. For attribution information on an episode-by-episode basis, see the corresponding blog post.

Many thanks to Richard Teutsch for privately supporting Green Grid Radio.

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