At a time of growing concern about the environment, we discuss the ecological challenges ahead and how California schools and other state programs are bringing students outside to inspire them to learn about nature and science.

Guests:
Bill McKibben, activist, founder of the international climate campaign 350.org and author of books including "Eaarth: Making a Life on a Tough New Planet"
Saum Zargar, AP environmental science teacher at Terra Linda High School in Marin County
Amoreena Treff, field science educator at the Headlands Institute Campus of NatureBridge, the largest environmental education partner of the National Park Service
Angela Wu, senior at Skyline High School in the Oakland Unified School District, currently taking an environmental science class

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