EcoRight Speaks podcast: LCRI’s Nick Johnson and Jim Wallis

  • Published on November 18th, 2021

The efforts to reduce greenhouse gases made by rural communities are an important part of the story, thus we are eternally grateful that past webinar guests Nick Johnson and Jim Wallis from the Lake County Resources Initiative and stars of the documentary the Other Side of the Hill (which you should check out – watch the trailer below the podcast) are this week’s guests.

EcoRight Speaks podcast: LCRI’s Nick Johnson and Jim WallisChelsea Henderson
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These two dedicated East Oregonians are looking for the common ground needed to address climate change in their rural, forestry and ag based community.

They talk about the role that renewables can play, and while we didn’t get a chance to talk about their recent report, they recently commissioned a greenhouse gas inventory of activities and sequestration practices.

If you want to see a copy of the report, let me know. And if you want to host a screening of their film, Nick tells you how in the episode!

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(Re-posted from RepublicEN, an organization committed to growing U.S. conservative climate leadership.)

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