Thank You For Your Support

This past April was the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day, and as an organization that has its roots in the movement for environmental progress, we wanted to take a moment to share with you the history and the work yet to accomplish. Please enjoy this podcast as a token of our appreciation:

Adam Rome talks about the first Earth Day, what’s changed 50 years later, and the challenges we still face.

Adam Rome is an environmental historian, Professor at University at Buffalo, and author of two books: The Genius of Earth Day: How a 1970 Teach-In Unexpectedly Made the First Green Generation (2013) and The Bulldozer in the Countryside: Suburban Sprawl and the Rise of American Environmentalism (2001), which won the OAH Frederick Jackson Turner Award. He also is a coeditor of Green Capitalism? Business and the Environment in the Twentieth Century (2017). A former editor of Environmental History, he is writing the environmental history volume for the Oxford University Press Very Short Introduction series. He also is working on a book about efforts to green American business since the late 1980s.