Michigan Is Sticking Flint Residents With Bill For Poisoned Water

program date: 
Mon, 02/08/2016
Bill Resnick and Diane Feeley take you to Flint, Michigan, where the state is requiring residents to pay for the poisoned water they received.

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9:11 minutes (12.61 MB)

China's Eco Apocalypse

program date: 
Mon, 01/11/2016

19:33 minutes (8.96 MB)

Deregulatory Bills Pass House of Representatives

Evening News
program date: 
Thu, 01/07/2016
Two anti-regulatory bills were approved in House yesterday and today along strongly bipartisan lines.
The HB 1155, known as the SCRUB Act, and HB 712, known as the Sunshine for Deregulatory Decrees and Settlements Act, were approved by the Republican majority en-route to a likely death in the Senate and certain veto by President Obama.
However, both bills represent a strong deregulatory zeitgeist on the right, and have strong backing from industrial lobbyists.
For more, KBOO reporter Sam Bouman spoke with Amit Narang, a regulatory policy advocate with Public Citizen, a consumer watchdog group based in Washington, DC. 

More info can be found here: 6:33 minutes (6 MB)

Challenging the Militarization of Climate Change, with guest Nick Buxton

program date: 
Wed, 12/16/2015
The military is at the heart of the fossil fuel economy, yet military emissions were specifically excluded from the Kyoto Protocol in 1997 at the behest of the U.S. government. 56:09 minutes (77.12 MB)

Mark Jacobson on Scaling Up Renewable Energy

program date: 
Mon, 09/07/2015
Bill Resnick talks with Mark Jacobson about the realistic potential, and with that barriers, to scale up renewable energy to meet the world's energy needs. 

Mark Jacobson teaches civil and environmental engineering at Stanford
20:05 minutes (13.79 MB)

Book Mole: Balls

program date: 
Mon, 08/17/2015
Larry Bowlden reviews a 1998 novel by Nancy Kincaid titled "Balls."  The novel takes a look at college football, its excesses and corruption, as seen through the eyes of sixteen women, all of whom are either married to coaches or raising sons who are prospective football players.
5:29 minutes (2.19 MB)

Field Moles: Shell No in St. John's

program date: 
Mon, 08/17/2015
Desiree Hellegers brings a field report from Portland’s Cathedral Park where activists on July 29th attempted to delay the transit of Shell Oil's icebreaker on its way up to the Arctic. The segment features the voice of Greenpeace climber Marty Aranaydo, founder and director of the Indigenous Peoples Power Project. 10:01 minutes (4.01 MB)
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