Anita Krajnc, global campaign coordinator of the Plant Based Treaty

Anita Krajnc—the global campaign coordinator of the Plant Based Treaty, which views itself as a companion to the Paris Agreement, described, on the Treaty website, as “a grassroots campaign designed to put food systems at the forefront of combating the climate crisis”—describes the key elements of both The Paris Agreement and The Fossil Fuel Treaty, the latter accord serving as a direct template for the Plant Based Treaty creators. Read more…

Tim Hetzner, Lutheran Church Charities President/CEO and founder of the K-9 Ministry

Tim Hetzner—Lutheran Church Charities (LCC) President/CEO and founder of the K-9 Ministry—provides a brief overview of the LCC, including the earliest days, which involved just Hetzner and one half-time employee. Read more…

Diane Delano, founder of the Wild Horse Rescue Center

Diane Delano—founder of the Wild Horse Rescue Center, a Webster, Florida facility that rescues, rehabilitates, and finds new homes for wild horses—recalls growing up amidst a family of horse lovers, and she started riding at age three. Read more…

Michael Webber, director of “The Conservation Game”

Michael Webber—director of the new documentary, “The Conservation Game,” which explores the realm of people who bring animals on late-night talk shows and morning news programs, and may be secretly participating in the exotic pet trade—discusses how his career (which included working on numerous studio features and other films, television shows and other projects) forever changed when he made his 2011 doc, “The Elephant In The Living Room.” Read more…

Glen Hatchell, veteran dog trainer: “Ask The Trainer” II

As we did in May, in what was then an experimental effort, on today’s show we jettisoned the regular “Talking Animals” format, presenting a still semi-new extended feature, “Ask The Trainer,” in which listeners are invited to call or email questions or concerns about their dogs, particularly involving behavioral issues. Read more…