Tag Archives: Environment
MONDAY, MAY 16 PROGRAM # 9623 12:00 PM PT New Mexico Wildfire Battle. As New Mexico continues burning by the flames of the largest wildfire in the US, forecasters issue red flag warnings of extreme wildfire danger around the Southwest. The drought, strong winds and hot temperatures are combining to spark worse-than-normal wildfires in the […]
WEDNESDAY, MAY 11 PROGRAM # 9619 12:00 PM PT New Mexico in Flames. Firefighting crews are battling one of the largest wildfires in decades in New Mexico. The acres burned in New Mexico this year are more than the past two years combined. Several towns are being threatened by the flames and thousands of residents […]
Extra Edition: Stressed About Climate Change (Program Repeat.) Also, Climate Change Worsens Air Pollution.
TUESDAY, MAY 3 PROGRAM # 9610 11:00 AM PT Extra Edition: Stressed About Climate Change (Program Repeat.) Gripped by anxiety about the future of children and grandchildren or the trauma of those displaced by wildfires or storms, a majority of Latinos say they are anxious about how climate change will affect future generations. Surveys show […]
MONDAY, APRIL 25 PROGRAM # 9602 12:00 PM PT Stressed About Climate Change. Gripped by anxiety about the future of children and grandchildren or the trauma of those displaced by wildfires or storms, a majority of Latinos say they are anxious about how climate change will affect future generations. Surveys show Latinos worry more than […]
MONDAY, MARCH 14 PROGRAM # 9560 12:00 PM PT Celebrating Women Farmers. On the month that celebrates the contributions of women, Latina women farmers share their story as leading advocates in the movement for organic farming. They talk about their purpose in farming, how they went from field laborers to organic farmers and what it means to be a […]
THURSDAY, MARCH 3 PROGRAM # 9551 12:00 PM PT Climate Change Tops Emergency Plans. In a rebuttal to the previous administration, FEMA, the disaster preparedness agency in the nation, is headlining the climate crisis as a top planning priority. The agency announced plans to help communities to invest in protecting themselves against the damage of […]
Extra Edition: Disaster Relief for Small Businesses and Homeowners (Repeat.) Also, Biden’s Climate Record After One Year in Office.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8 PROGRAM # 9526 11:00 AM PT Extra Edition: Disaster Relief for Small Businesses and Homeowners (Repeat.) Federal authorities are providing disaster assistance loans to small business owners, farmers and homeowners and renters affected by the wildfires in the West. Many people who suffered losses were not able to get FEMA aid. Other […]
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26 PROGRAM # 9514 12:00 PM PT Oil and Gas Air Pollution. Oil and Gas Air Pollution. Methane emissions from the oil and gas industry are increasing and in addition to being one of the most “potent” greenhouse gasses that causes climate change, methane is also highly toxic for communities living nearby. One […]
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19 PROGRAM #9507 12:00 PM PT The Deep Freeze and the Deadly Carbon Monoxide. The Texas power crisis in February set off the worst carbon monoxide poisoning in recent history. Blacks and Latinos took a disproportionate toll of this epidemic. And while Texas finally passed a new law to require carbon monoxide alarms […]
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12 PROGRAM # 9500 12:00 PM PT No Latinos in the Movies. (Repeat). Latino movie stars played a leading role the night of the Oscars. But aside from filmmaker Guillermo del Toro, most served as presenters. The critics also warn that despite Los Angeles being home to the film and television industry and […]