SIGN-UP NOW! SIGN-UP NOW! Click to become a VoiceAmerica Member for Free!
Voiceamerica radio logo
voiceamerica-variety radio logo
Apple logo Google Play Store Kindle store
Moir’s Environmental Dialogues

Moir’s Environmental Dialogues

Thursdays at 12 Noon Pacific

April 07th 2016:Encore: Saving Amazon Rainforests with Olivia Newton John and Amazon John Easterling; Washasha X Sings Ras Mangrove

Olivia Newton-John and her husband Amazon John Easterling talk with Rob Moir on what we each can do for a greener planet and about their work to save the Amazon Rainforest. Olivia tells why the rainforest is so important. Amazon John explains the remarkable health-giving properties of the Camu-camu fruit (www.DrinkCamu.com). This indigenous fruit is harvested from shallow boats and is a source of income for local peoples. In the 2nd half, Rob talks with Bert Lettsome, a.k.a. 'Washasha X', Chief Conservation Officer of the British Virgin Islands and the work of the Virgin Island Environmental

Read more
Share Email SHARE
Download PDF DOWNLOAD PDF
Get Code GET CODE

Tune in

Thursdays at 12 Noon Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Variety Channel
LISTEN LIVE
EPISODE ON DEMAND
VIEW HOST PAGE
Questions? Comments?
Call In Live!
Toll Free: 1-866-472-5788
Intl: 001-480-398-1394

Featured Guests

Guest Image

Olivia Newton-John

Olivia Newton-John and her husband Amazon John Easterling talk about their work to save the Amazon Rainforest. Olivia tells why this rainforest is so important for the planet. Amazon John has spent over 30 years there. He explains the remarkable health-giving properties of the Camu-camu fruit (www.DrinkCamu.com). This indigenous fruit is harvested from shallow boats and is a source of income for local peoples. In addition, proceeds from sales benefit the Amazon Center for Environmental Education and Research (http://www.wcupa.edu/aceer/) . Besides the Amazon Herb Company, Olivia has opened the GAIA Retreat and Spa (http://www.gaiaretreat.com.au/). Olivia explains why she named it so and the
Read more
Guest Image

Amazon John Easterling

Olivia Newton-John and her husband Amazon John Easterling talk about their work to save the Amazon Rainforest. Olivia tells why this rainforest is so important for the planet. Amazon John has spent over 30 years there. He explains the remarkable health-giving properties of the Camu-camu fruit (www.DrinkCamu.com). This indigenous fruit is harvested from shallow boats and is a source of income for local peoples. In addition, proceeds from sales benefit the Amazon Center for Environmental Education and Research (http://www.wcupa.edu/aceer/) . Besides the Amazon Herb Company, Olivia has opened the GAIA Retreat and Spa (http://www.gaiaretreat.com.au/). Olivia explains why she named it so and the
Read more
Guest Image

Bert 'Washasha X' Lettsome

Bert Lettsome, Reggae artist a.k.a. 'Washasha X', is Chief Conservation Officer of the British Virgin Islands. He advised formation of the Virgin Island Environmental Council. Talking with Rob in Road Town, Bert describes why nature in the British Virgin Island is more diverse than anywhere else in the Caribbean. To protect it and maintain pristine, undisturbed nature in the Virgin Islands, we must all make choices. We also get to hear his songs. “Choices” and “Ras Mangrove” enlightens us and forces us to examine our actions and the resulting impact on the natural environment. It clearly explains the benefits, functions, uses and importance of the coastal mangrove forest. He became a loca
Read more

Share This Episode

facebook Share On Facebook
twitter Share On Twitter
Linkedin Share On LinkedIn
Share Email Share this E-mail
https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1570/moirs-environmental-dialogues 23/11/2017 12:00 23/11/2017 01:00 Moir’s Environmental Dialogues https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1570/moirs-environmental-dialogues Olivia Newton-John and her husband Amazon John Easterling talk with Rob Moir on what we each can do for a greener planet and about their work to save the Amazon Rainforest. Olivia tells why the rainforest is so important. Amazon John explains the remarkable health-giving properties of the Camu-camu fruit (www.DrinkCamu.com). This indigenous fruit is harvested from shallow boats and is a source of income for local peoples. In the 2nd half, Rob talks with Bert Lettsome, a.k.a. 'Washasha X', Chief Conservation Officer of the British Virgin Islands and the work of the Virgin Island Environmental Council. Bert describes why nature in the British Virgin Island is more diverse than anywhere else in the Caribbean. To protect it and maintain pristine, undisturbed nature in the Virgin Islands, we must all make choices. Listen to his song “Choices.” Bert tells us why mangroves are so vital with his song “Ras Mangrove.” VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
Email Host Email the Host

Connect with VoiceAmerica

Download our mobile apps
App store Google play Blackberry store
GPlus Facebook Twitter Linkedin Social Media
presspass-banner