In my informed opinion, this podcast is incredible. I won't compare it to any others: objectively, it's an ideal podcast for those who want 1) more knowledge about environmental issues and 2) seek a deep, insightful examination of this knowledge. The podcast provides a wealth of information while allowing the listener to empathize with the varied emotions (primarily hope) of the guest and interviewer. This podcast, furthermore, goes far beyond the typical "green" mindset of discussing the little things you can do to have "less of an impact" and instead discusses issues that affect or will affect entire cultures, mindsets, even nations. These issues -- such as peak oil, or a new living democracy -- are largely uncomfortable to talk about in public with people who don't understand the problems resulting from environmental degradation, fossil fuel use, etc. It is almost unbelievable that someone is capable of broadcasting these new ideas and articulating them so artfully and succinctly. Reviewed by an '11 Environmental Studies major at Dartmouth College.