Green Sense Radio

Cool Effect’s crowdfunding for climate change/Mushrooms & sustainability/Honda’s hydrogen vehicle

April 28, 2017

The March for Science happened this month in cities around the globe to celebrate and defend science at all levels. While there’s strength in numbers, there’s also a lot of carbon output for all those people who might travel long distances to participate in a march.  Cool Effect is partnering with the March for Science to help offset the carbon output of travel. We’re joined by Cool Effect's Marisa de Belloy.

Mushrooms are more than just an extra ingredient on pizza - they’re a great source of nutrients and, there’s a new study showing they’re not only healthy on the plate, but gentle on the planet. Tina Ellor is a Mycologist, and Technical Director with Phillips Mushroom Farms.

Tom Appel, publisher of Consumer Guide Automotive has a look at the Clarity hydrogen fuel cell vehicle from Honda.