Falling Uphill book cover and Scott standing on the edge of Table Mountain, Cape Town, South Africa
Scott Stoll sitting at the radio soundboard.
Sustainable Futures radio show's special guest, Scott Stoll, shares thought about how humans can be more eco-friendly based on what he saw from the seat of a bicycle as he traveled around the world.

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I recently did an in-depth interview in Vancouver for Sustainable Futures with Ryan Fletcher. This two-part episode features stories of my travels framed in the context of creating a sustainable future and the rise of a global consciousness. I postulate some theories I discovered during my long hours of meditation-bicycling, and even goofy opinions about such things as why bicycles are bad for the environment and the depletion of oxygen in our atmosphere.

Episode 34. My segment begins approximately minute 28:00

Episode 35


Global oxygen depletion logo. An illustration of the Earth  as a big O2 molecule.

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