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Lucy Brehm from Climate Trust with More on Carbon Credits

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Locus Focus
program date: 
Tue, 04/15/2008

Barbara Bernstein hosts. Today Lucy Brehm, former VP at ShoreBank Pacific (SDJC) and currently Senior Manager, Business Development at The Climate Trust (ClimateTrust.org) is the guest as Barbara hosts another discussion of carbon credit trading. They'll discuss how carbon credits can be useful tools in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, but how they must be used judiciously and as a last resort - not as an excuse to keep on consuming at current levels.

76:55 minutes (35.21 MB)

Oregon Attorney General candidates and the environment; Our Backyard's election take 2

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program date: 
Tue, 04/15/2008

How do the 2008 Oregon election candidates stack up … environmentally, that is. Our Backyard will feature all the candidates between now and the May primary but first up, the candidates for Oregon Attorney General. 2 Democrats (and no Republicans, go figure ...) are seeking for the nomination in the upcoming primary: Greg MacPherson www.votemac.com/ and John Kroger www.johnkroger.com/. Each have received endorements from prominent environmental activists and organizations.

3:33 minutes (3.26 MB)

DIY, Portland: Art in Strange Places

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program date: 
Wed, 04/16/2008

This episode explores the benefits and challenges of showing art in unusual spaces and walking the line between vandalism and public art. Guests include Scott Wayne Indiana, the artist behind the horses you see attached to rings in the sidewalk all around Portland and Chris Haberman, who has shown his work in convenience stores and sold paintings out of the trunk of his car. This show will also take listeners inside the tiniest gallery in town. Just three and a half feet high, Core Gallery is a popular gallery space in Anna Todaro's Everett Station loft apartment.

28:32 minutes (39.19 MB)

Old Mole Variety Hour for April 14, 2008

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Sun, 04/13/2008

 Bill Resnick hosts this show as the Old Moles root out the underlying issues regarding taxes, the courage it takes to keep hope alive in hard times, labor struggles in Colorado and Colombia, and inequities in human health.  Listen to the whole show by clicking on the arrow on this page, or listen to individual pieces by clicking on their links  below.

1.  Why do we hate taxes?  Mike Leachman talks with Bill Resnick about what's wrong with the tax system.

2.  Well-read Red Frann Michel comments on the past, present and future of the "communist  hypothesis."

52:59 minutes (24.26 MB)

Inequities in Human Health

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program date: 
Sun, 04/13/2008

 How does social inequality affect people's health?  Two health activists, Desiree Hellegers and Tricia Tillman, talk with Bill Resnick.  They are part of a major conference on Friday, April 18 at  Washington State University in Vancouver.  It's called "Health Disparities and Inequities: Mobilizing a Regional  Response,"  and it's open to the public.  For information, go here.  

 

 

 

12:16 minutes (5.62 MB)

The Internationale

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Sun, 04/13/2008

 Bill Resnick talks about the great  socialist  anthem "The Internationale" and its history.   

2:15 minutes (1.03 MB)

From Ludlow to Colombia

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Tue, 04/15/2008

Replaying the events  in Ludlow in 1914, the government of Colombia and its paramilitaries attack agricultural workers who try to organize for better pay and working conditions.  Dan Jaffee reads from an article by David Sirota.

4:00 minutes (1.84 MB)

The Ludlow Massacre

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Tue, 04/15/2008

 Ninety-four years ago this week, there was war in Colorado between coal miners and a Rockefeller mining company backed by the US government and the State of Colorado.  It ended in the Ludlow Massacre.   Tom Becker reads Howard Zinn's account from his People's  History of the United States.

7:02 minutes (3.22 MB)

Renewing the Communist Hypothesis

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Sun, 04/13/2008

 Well-read Red Frann Michel discusses the history and the future of what French philosopher Alain Badiou calls "the Communist Hypothesis".  You can read  her  remarks and find  links to her  sources  here.

 

9:00 minutes (4.13 MB)

Why We Hate Taxes

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Sun, 04/13/2008

 Taxes are due this week, so Bill Resnick and Mike  Leachman discuss why people hate paying taxes even though we wall need services they pay for.  Michael Leachman is a policy analyst at the Oregon Center for Public Policy, which does in-depth research and analysis on budget, tax, and economic issues with the goal to improve decision making and generate more opportunities for all Oregonians. You can read more by him here.

 

15:05 minutes (6.91 MB)

 

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