Welcome to Airrows on Air, a show exploring the intersection of art, travel and climate action. You’ll learn from guests’ personal histories and what motivates their passion for climate action, alongside their technical knowledge – whether in art, climate science or tourism –  in this series of laid-back conversations. Listen if you’re someone who takes inspiration from ordinary people doing extraordinary things, if you love a good travel story are interested in the arts and creators, if you’re curious about climate science and ready to feel optimistic about how travel can help us fight climate change.

Discover the inspiring stories of people whose lives have been enhanced by cannabis. Brought to you by Wana Brands, the #1 infused brand in the U.S., each episode features interviews with cannabis enthusiasts of all walks of life—athletes and artists; chefs and CEOs—who have first-hand experience with the healing power of the plant.

Vision Slightly Blurred – A New PhotoShelter Podcast
We love photography, but we’re also pretty fond of podcasts. And yes, there are a lot of wonderful photo-specific podcasts out there, but they tend to focus on gear, business, or photographer interviews.
It’s been a few years since photographer & photo editor Sarah Jacobs and I took to the airwaves, but over dinner a few months ago, we decided it was time to revitalize the podcast and bring it into the year 2019 with a new show and Instagram TV companion.

Do you want to learn about the current and future state of cannabis in Europe? Then look no further! Tom and his guests have you covered. Each episode ex-budtender (with a rock’n’roll past) and Smells Like Business co-founder Tom Pettit talks to different cannabusinesses, ganjapreneurs and cannabis specialists making it easier for you to enter, and better understand, the European cannabis industry.

This is the third installment of a four-part series consisting of conversations recorded at the NoCo Hemp Expo in Denver, CO, on March 25, 2022.
On this episode we talk to author and photographer Maren Krings, a German storyteller whose most recent book is called H is for Hemp, which documents her travels around the world, visiting 4 continents and conducting hundreds of interviews documenting how various peoples and cultures are using hemp to combat the effects of climate change.
The books is part hemp encyclopedia, part anthropological study, and part personal diary. This engaging book is over 600 pages in length and was printed on specially designed tree-free hemp paper.
Kring shares stories of her travels and her unique perspective on the global hemp industry.

Maren Krings Photography
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