On the Green Fence lives up to its name in looking at complex, often divisive environmental issues from multiple angles. It’s not about greenism, but about delving into the major concerns of our time in an engaging and human way. DW reporter Neil King sits on the fence and explores the role business, society and science play in our transition to a more environmentally friendly world. In so doing, he aims to make sense of issues that affect us all, but which are often over-simplified or convoluted by ideology and lobbyism. On the Green Fence stands for an open-minded, relevant and entertaining approach to the environment.
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I like hearing different perspectives, especially outside of my country, Canada. I’m growing more green as my knowledge expands and my respect for future generations. On the green fence introduces and supports “responsible” practices in many communities. I’ll say Fun to Learn.
who are these people? doesn't seem like they know all the relevant information. they don't sound like experts in the field of nutrition, ecology and farming
DW produces great quality content, and this is no exception. In here you will learn a lot about how to take care on the environment and ideas to do it on a big scale. I recommend you to subscribe and hear every episode
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On The Green Fence launched 4 years ago and published 98 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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