In this five-part podcast mini-series, hosts Neil and Gabriel bring an open-minded approach to divisive topics from climate protests to dumpster-diving.
Two regular guys with no set environmental views — hosts Neil King and Gabriel Borrud — explore controversial issues through the lives of real people. Their inquisitive and entertaining adventures take them across Germany, talking with climate protesters and wolf psychologists, taking a shower with contaminated water, fighting mosquitoes and going dumpster diving.
Equipped with a good dose of skepticism about the greenies, American Gabriel and British-German Neil bring their very personal views on their journeys into new terrain in this five-part miniseries.
Gabriel Borrud was born in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, and after hanging up his golf clubs and dashed dreams of going pro, he attended Yale University. He studied philosphy and German and following graduation, he set off for the land of "Dichter und Denker".
Gabe joined DW in 2008 and has worked as a reporter for radio and online ever since.
Neil King was born to British parents in southern Germany. He studied journalism and history in Heidelberg and Karlsruhe. Neil has worked as reporter and producer for DW for the past 12 years. He currently co-produces and hosts DW's weekly radio show, WorldLink.
Neil and Gabe have won international radio and podcast awards for their work.
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