Tag Archives: Environment

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Trade War. Also, Thirsty Communities. Also, Water: Brewery vs. Farms.

THURSDAY, APRIL 26 PROGRAM # 8316 12:00 PM PT Trade War. China retaliated with new tariffs on dozens of US farm products after Trump announced increased tariffs on Chinese imports. Since China is the second largest market for US agricultural exports, fruit, nuts and grain farmers are bracing for the hit. While still early, growers […]

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Earth Day. Also, New Action on Gun Violence.

MONDAY, APRIL 23 PROGRAM # 8313 12:00 PM PT Earth Day. This year, Earth Day celebrations focus on ending plastic pollution, reforestation, and awareness about climate change. This program includes a report on California’s Proposition 68, a water and parks bond on the June 5 ballot to improve state parks, create public spaces in poor […]

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Indigenous Women Leaders. Also, Plans to Gut Pesticide Protections.

THURSDAY, APRIL 19 PROGRAM # 8311 12:00 PM PT Indigenous Women Leaders. Indigenous women are breaking new ground after becoming leaders of a bi-national alliance of Oaxacan communities. This is the first time in more its 25-year history that the organization will be led by a woman. Women usually don’t hold positions of leadership in […]

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Monóxido de carbono de los escapes de automóviles que no cumplen con las reglas de eficiencia para el consumo de combustible. Foto: www.dicis.org.

Clean-Car Rules in the Crosshairs.

THURSDAY, APRIL 12 PROGRAM # 8306 12:00 PM PT Clean-Car Rules in the Crosshairs. The EPA is rolling back rules on carbon emissions and fuel economy standards for cars. Those Obama-era rules were the most sweeping federal action to put pressure to build cleaner cars and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Analysts comment on the potential […]

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Fixing the Parks. Also, Omnibus Bill Passes Without Dream Act.

THURSDAY, MARCH 22 PROGRAM # 8291 12:00 PM PT Fixing the Parks. Green spaces and parks are known to help reduce health costs and combat asthma and diabetes. Still, only one third of people in the US can walk to a park within ten minutes. In Fresno, capital of the worst air pollution in the […]

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Latinos Hardest Hit by Air Pollution. Also, Finding Climate Money. Also, Foreclosure Relief for Disaster Areas.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28 PROGRAM # 8275 12:00 PM PT Latinos Hardest Hit by Air Pollution. Communities of color in the US are hit the most with hazardous air pollution, facing a higher risk of asthma, heart attacks and other diseases. EPA scientists reached this conclusion after studying refineries, factories, and other high-emission sources. A leading […]

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Sixth Mass Extinction Under Way. Also, New and Clean Farming.

MONDAY, DECEMBER 11 PROGRAM # 8218 12:00 PM PST. Sixth Mass Extinction Under Way. In the most comprehensive study of its kind, scientists are warning that Earth is entering its sixth mass extinction of plants and animals. This “biological annihilation” is more severe than previously thought and up to three quarters of all species could […]

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Deadliest Police. Also, Fire Disaster: The Recovery.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6 PROGRAM # 8215 12:00 PM PST. Deadliest Police. In the first anniversary of the death of 73-year-old Francisco Serna at the hands of Bakersfield police, national advocates convene in this city in Central California to raise attention to the high number of deaths by Kern County police and the lack of accountability […]

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Keeping or Banning Dangerous Insecticide. Also, No Guns in Schools.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13 PROGRAM # 8198 12:00 PM PST. Keeping or Banning Dangerous Insecticide. Health advocates from the San Joaquin Valley, the area with the highest use of chlorpyrifos, are urging California authorities to stop delaying the end of the use of this brain-damaging chemical. The insecticide, one of the most widely used in the […]

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Clean Air Plan for Largest Ports: A Debate. Also, Open Enrollment Kicks Off Amid Confusion.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1 PROGRAM # 8190 12:00 PM PST. Clean Air Plan for Largest Ports: A Debate. The US two largest ports have a plan to move to zero-emissions technology. The Clean Air Action Plan of Los Angeles and Long Beach, which are the largest single source of air pollution in Southern California, seeks to […]

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