WEDNESDAY, JULY 29. PROGRAM # 7575 12:00 PM PT The Pope’s Call on Climate. Faith leaders from California’s San Joaquin Valley who attended the World Meeting of Popular Movements in Bolivia met in Fresno to discuss Pope Francis’ call to action on climate change. This agricultural valley has the state’s worst air pollution and asthma […]
THURSDAY, JULY 23. PROGRAM # 7571 12:00 PM PT Monarch Butterfly and Vaquita Marina. The Vaquita is considered the most endangered marine mammal in the world and lives in the Gulf of California. Due to overfishing, today there are less than 100 vaquitas in the world. Likewise, the monarch butterfly population, that used to be […]
WEDNESDAY, JULY 8. PROGRAM # 7560 12:00 PM PT The Sixth Mass Extinction. Scientists are warning that we are now entering a great mass extinction of animals and plants comparable to the one that wiped out the dinosaurs. The landmark study by an international group of scientists reveals that the Earth is entering into the […]
(Español) “Ellos decían que les gustaba trabajar ahí porque querían un trabajo que pagaba muy bien y con eso podían alimentar a sus familias y vivir una vida mejor. Sin embargo, ahora ellos están sufriendo en carne propia enfermedades muy pesadas y muy dolorosas”, sostiene la abogada.
THURSDAY, JUNE 4. PROGRAM # 7536 12:00 PM PT California Oil Spill and Fracking. An oil pipeline ruptured and spilled more than 100 thousand gallons of oil along the Pacific coastline near Santa Barbara. California Gov. Brown declared a state of emergency to help clean up the toxic spill. Residents in the disaster area are […]
WEDNESDAY, MAY 27. PROGRAM # 7530 12:00 PM PT Drought and Water Rationing. Facing perhaps the worst drought in known California history, Gov. Brown ordered the first mandatory statewide water rationing for cities. State officials discuss how the region is coping with the water crisis and preparing to conserve water, disaster relief measures, and help […]
(Español) Dentro de la lista de las primeras diez ciudades grandes que a nivel nacional destacan por su calidad de habitabilidad, clasificadas por AARP, son en primer lugar San Francisco, seguida por San José, California. Otras ciudades dentro de esta lista son Seattle, en el estado de Washington, Denver, Colorado, Portland, Oregon, y Albuquerque, Nuevo México.
The first to receive one of these tanks were those families who live in rural areas without a potable water system. The small community of Monson was chosen to start this pilot program. Juan Santiago has been following the story.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11. PROGRAM # 7472 12:00 PM PT From Rock Star to Environment Champion. The leader of the California Senate, Kevin de León, recognized legendary rock musician Charly Alberti for his efforts to combat global warming, protect the planet, and promote clean and sustainable energies. They comment on those issues. Guests: Charly Alberti, Chairman, […]
The Republican-controlled Congress passed a bill to build the Keystone XL oil pipeline. President Obama has promised to veto it, demanding time to determine whether the project is in the national interest. A top Democrat congressmember comments on this confrontation. Guest: Rep. Xavier Becerra, D-Los Angeles, Chair of the House Democratic Caucus. Also, Islamophobia’s Rise. […]