Everyday Environmentalism is a podcast that tells past and present stories about "urban nature" in New York City.

We interview current activists in tandem with environmental historians to produce a long history of the ways ordinary New Yorkers have experienced the urban outdoors and created more sustainable relationships with their environment.

Our podcast interrogates questions like:

Who do we consider an environmentalist? Can urban spaces be sites of environmental activism? Is it true that the environmental movement has historically been mostly white and wealthy? Who are the animal inhabitants of New York City? How can we forge more sustainable relationships with the environment in our own neighborhoods and communities?