(Español) El año pasado Radio Bilingüe tuvo la fortuna de entrevistar a Berta Cáceres, quien estuvo de visita en San Francisco para recibir el Premio Goldman, también conocido como el Nobel Verde.
The company uses the town’s treated sewage waters for its operations, and now, under new ownership, it is also preparing additional land as an alternative for using the water, if it closes. The neighbors are calling on the company and the local authorities to do everything possible to reduce pollution to the air, water, and soil. Our reporter Rubén Tapia has more.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8. PROGRAM # 7713 12:00 PM PT Zika Virus Outbreak. The Zika virus is now a global health emergency. Puerto Rico and parts of Florida have declared a state of emergency due to the rapid spread of the outbreak of this virus, which is associated with brain damage in newborns. Now the first […]
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2. PROGRAM # 7709 12:00 PM PT Iowa: The Results. On the day after the Iowa caucus, analysts report on the voter turnout and the results. They also comment on this first major test and the challenges ahead for the presidential candidates. Guests: Tarsicio Macías, President, Hola América News, Des Moines, IA; Christian […]
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9. PROGRAM # 7670 12:00 PM PT A Global Climate Agreement? International climate change talks conclude this week in Paris, with analysts warning that the pace of progress towards a landmark global climate pact has been slow. Who is most responsible for the carbon dioxide warming problem? And what’s the plan for climate […]
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30. PROGRAM # 7663 12:00 PM PT Paris Climate Summit. Starting today, world leaders meet in Paris in the UN Climate Conference, expecting to get for the first time a major global deal to curb global warming. The Conference of the Parties is divided about who is responsible to cut emissions of greenhouse […]
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19. PROGRAM # 7656 12:00 PM PT Conservation Farming. An interview with a farmer who won national recognition for innovative conservation agriculture practices. He moved from conventional farming, heavy on chemical fertilizers and pesticides, to using cover crops, less water, less diesel and strip-tillage. The results: improved soil health and crops of higher […]
MONDAY, OCTOBER 12. PROGRAM # 7628 12:00 PM PT Polluters Money Helps Clean Communities. Under the Global Warming Solutions law of 2006, California created a cap-and-trade program to charge major polluters for their carbon emissions and help pay for projects that reduce pollution. A second law mandated that at least 25% of that fund go […]
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. PROGRAM # 7620 12:00 PM PT Wage Theft, Air Pollution. Warning that companies that pollute the air are the same ones that cheat the workers, labor and environmental groups are joining forces to push for laws, currently pending in Sacramento, that help workers recover earnings lost to wage theft and reduce oil […]
(Español) “Vencer cuanto antes el fenómeno de la exclusión social y económica, con sus tristes consecuencias de trata de seres humanos, comercio de órganos y tejidos humanos, explotación sexual de niños y niñas, trabajo esclavo, incluyendo la prostitución, el tráfico de drogas y de armas, el terrorismo y el crimen internacional organizado”.