Peter Byck is the director, producer and writer of carbon nation and is Professor of Practice at Arizona State University, in both the School of Sustainability and the Cronkite School of Journalism. Byck is now focusing on soil health – in both his latest short films, “Soil Carbon Cowboys” and “One Hundred Thousand Beating Hearts,” and in helping to form a large whole systems science project comparing regenerative grazing to conventional – measuring a whole suite of data from water retention to soil carbon to animal well-being and much more. Byck has appeared on Real Time with Bill Maher and NPR’s Science Friday. He has presented “carbon nation” at the House of Commons, U.S. Embassies in London, Berlin and Vienna; Boeing, Nike, Google, Microsoft, Shell, Walmart and at many universities and community screenings worldwide. Awards: “Garbage”, director, Best Doc at SXSW; “Carbon Nation” Best Doc, IVCA, London.