Welcome to the Disposable City where the players play and we kayak to work like every day feat. Mario Alejandro Ariza

We talked with South Florida Sun-Sentinel reporter Mario Alejandro Ariza, author of Disposable City, about the precious ephemeral nature of Miami, why it’s imperiled by climate change and the top, oh, 40 or 50 threats it faces as a result.  You can find Disposable everywhere books are sold (and also on Amazon). Follow Mario on Twitter @inaminorkey. Music in this …

The House Is On Fire feat. JP Mejia and Gabriela Rodriguez

We sure left a shit-show for the next generation. Thankfully, they seem up to the task of cleaning up our mess. This week, All Points West along with the CLEO Institute and Unicorn Fire Radio are launching House On Fire, a new youth-led climate activism podcast where JP Mejia and Gabriela Rodriguez talk with experts and voices about the impending …

Miami’s Getting Drilled (And Not in the Fun Way, Ya’ll) feat. Amy Westervelt

We talked with Amy Westervelt, the host of smash hit podcast Drilled, about climate liability suits, denialism, what puts Miami in unique peril and all things environment. She was in town recording the Season 3 opener of Drilled, a live show held at the Frost Science Museum (which is a cool museum you should check out if you’re around South …

Episode 41 – It’s the End of the World as we Know It, and This Flood’s a Nuisance feat. Alex Harris

We’re joined by the Miami Herald’s Alex Harris, who reports on climate change. She talks with us about a recent private wealth management report that suggests, wait for it… Miami might be endangered by climate change! Crazy, right? You can follow her @harrisalexc and read her reporting here: https://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/environment/ Check her story on the Singer report here: https://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/environment/article219359460.html The UN’s …