Brian Clark Howard is frequently asked to speak to the media and various groups on a variety of topics, especially environmental issues, green living, social media, and ugly Christmas sweaters. Below is a sampling of press.
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Brian has also appeared on local TV in New York City and Pittsburgh.
Brian is also a frequent guest expert on various regional radio programs, including WPKN in Connecticut and New York, Wisconsin Public Radio, Connecticut Public Radio, Louie Free’s “The Intelligent Alternative: Brainfood From the Heartland” (Ohio, Pennsylvania, Southern Canada) on WWOW, Chuck Harder’s Peoples Radio Network (serves more than 100 AM stations around the country), Earthwatch Radio, WMKT (Traverse City, Michigan), KDXU (Utah), The Thom Hartmann Program, KOPT (Oregon), and The Frankie Boyer Show (two am stations in Boston and on Lifestyle Talk Radio, Cable Radio Network and The National Radio Network).
Brian gave a report on Rio+20 (the UN Conference on Sustainable Development) to National Geographic Weekend, a syndicated radio program that appears on dozens of stations around the country. Brian also spoke about Rio+20 to Voice of Russia.
Brian has appeared twice on CUNY (City University of New York) TV. He spoke with former NYC First Lady Donna Hannover about green cleaning on Science&U (clip starts at 21 minutes):
Brian also spoke about Native Americans in New York City to CUNY’s Independent Sources (clip begins at 22:30):
Brian talked about bottled water with Polk award-winning journalist Karl Grossman in 2004 for Enviro Close-up. The half-hour program was shown on Free Speech TV (satellite and 70 cable affiliates) as well as various access channels. See an abridged clip here (or below):
Brian was interviewed about environmental issues and journalism for the popular web-based channel Lohas. See clips here. He has also appeared on numberous podcasts, including The Drill Down, Raising Playful Tots, Vicky and Jen, and others.
Brian has also been interviewed for stories by various media, including the New York Times, Smart Money magazine, Environmental Graffiti, and Litchfield County (CT)’s Townvibe.