How you can help
We are 100% member supported and the most helpful thing you can do is become one of our supporting members. To learn more about membership (starts at only $1) please visit our Patreon page here.
However, we understand that many people may not be able to help us financially or may not wish to donate regularly. THAT'S COOL! We completely understand... believe us. :)
Here are some other ways you can help...
Rate/Review us on iTunes - This is super duper helpful! This is the primary way in which podcasts are ranked, so for every person who rates/reviews our show you not only leave us a recommendation but actually increase the likelihood that we will be recommended to other podcasters increasing our listenership!
Rate/Review us on iTunes here.
Buy a T-Shirt - Start a friendly conversation with strangers or your friends. One of our main messages is that we support selfish (practical) environmentalism. Our "Earth is Fine, Are We?" logo is meant to emphasize this point. To do what needs to be done we need teammates, not enemies. Let's go make some new friends!
To check out the awesome design (based on our Climate Cartoons series) and order yours click here.
Send a social media message to your networks - You can find links to our various accounts such as our Instagram or Youtube, check out the icons at the bottom of the page. Wondering what to say?
Edit/send a pre-scripted message of support. You can send a or a to your network! That would be super and can help us spread our message.
Email, Phone and Vote - We want to promote our show as one that is as much as a conversation as possible (as can be for a radio show/podcast). So we love to hear from you. It makes us feel nice :) and also helps encourage others to contribute to the conversation as well.
Syndication for the Radio Show - Done all that and still want to help? WOW you are absolutely incredible. There's one more thing that we'd love your help with. Most community radio stations are always eager to find well produced content, particularly spoken word shows as they are the most expensive/resource intensive to produce. However, for the same tight-resources reasons, they also don't have much time to look around for new content. The best way to get on a new station is to call/email them and ask them to carry our show. This each new station that carries us exposes us to hundreds or thousands of potential new listeners, and usually all it requires is to call or email them and recommend us.
You can find a list of Canadian community stations here, most of them with contact info as well but you'll probably have the most luck if it's your local station you already listen too. Don't be shy! They are usually very happy to receive content suggestions, especially from listeners as it saves them tons of work. Not in Canada? Try wikipedia as they have lots of lists for other Countries community and public radio stations as well for wherever you are.
Thanks so much! Every single thing you do helps, and we are so very thankful.