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The Climate Front Line is a show that engages social movement & industry leaders as well as artists. Each conversation changes the narrative by centering the interest and needs of communities at the front line of climate change.
This week is community week, we are going to change the narrative around "Thanksgiving". This is the fifth episode in a week long series!
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In this episode I speak with Hector Miramontes on regeneration, and his journey from the high mountains of Nasarit in Mexico to traveling around the world.
For Native American Heritage Day, Hector and I have a conversation that dives into nationality, sustainability, language, as he compares and contrasts the experience of natives people in "the United States" and "Mexico"
"I enjoy photography and travel, seeking to capture moments along the way: natural landscapes, leaves, flowers, sunsets, a sun rise here and there (not an early riser), etc. I also enjoy wilderness camping, hiking, riding my bike, reading, naps, among other things. I value the time I get to spend with friends and family. "
Listen in as we dive deeper into what regeneration is, and how Hector integrates it into his multicultural life. A Presidio Graduate grad, Hector loves to share art check some out on his link below.
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