Here we feature the work of first-year students – these are the final pieces produced over a semester for subject SP.360 – Terrascope Radio.
Part documentary, part sound-collage, this story explores Costa Rica, considered one of the “greenest” countries in the world, and its national efforts to conserve natural resources, protect nature, and promote biodiversity.
A radio drama/semi-romance built on sound gathered near Sirsi, India. Two American travelers, brought by chance to a tiny Indian farming village, see the deep connection local people have to their food. How will that connect the travelers to one another?
Three teens travel back in time from a future racked by global warming to present-day Abu Dhabi. There they explore Masdar, a new “sustainable” city. Could it help prevent the future catastrophe? Masdar sound recorded on location by Terrascopers.
A light-hearted but serious look at how water is used, conserved and transported in Arizona. Citizens, scientists and officials tell part of the story; Terrascopers follow the path of the water itself to tell the rest.