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Future Ecologies presents: How to Save a Planet

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We’ve got an amazing 4th Season headed your way! While we’ve got our heads down for the rest of the year, we’re going to feature some episodes from other podcasts we think you’ll love. First up is an episode from the kind folks at https://how2saveaplanet.show (How to Save a Planet). Dedicated Future Ecologies listeners might notice that this episode connects nicely with some of the work we covered in our first season, specifically episodes six and nine. There’s fire, there’s dam removal, there’s land back, and much more. Find more episodes of H2SAP on Spotify or at https://www.how2saveaplanet.show (how2saveaplanet.show) – – – PS. Our amazing supporters on https://www.patreon.com/futureecologies (Patreon) are not only making our Season 4 possible, they’re keeping it ad-free for everyone to enjoy. If you are in a position to help (even just $1/month), it goes a long way. We’re almost at 200 supporting listeners, so please join us at https://www.patreon.com/futureecologies (patreon.com/futureecologies) PPS. Listen on for a big announcement before the episode 📻(& send your campus and community radio stations to https://www.futureecologies.net/radio (futureecologies.net/radio) ) Support this podcast

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