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ETV WeeklyNews: June 23, 2014

June 28, 2014 // 0 Comments

  THIS WEEK’S ORDER OF TOPICS: -A Hope for NYC’s Green Spaces (0:35 – 3:14) -Creative Little Garden’s History (3:20 – 5:00) -Wildlife Going Extinct Faster Than Before (5:02 – 6:31) -Anthrax Release Inside Federal Facility-Georgia (6:32 – 8:10) -Report on NYC Council Hearing: Failing Infrastructure-Gas, Steam and Water with Mayor’s recent Report (8:12 – 12:48) -Abandoned Oil Wells Increase Pollution Numbers (12:50 – 13:38) -UN Calls For More Investment in Sustainable Energy (13:40 – 14:28) -NYS Fracking Moratorium Passes [...]

ETV WeeklyNews June 16, 2014

June 18, 2014 // 3 Comments

June 15,2014 Weekly News Reports by Ken Gale, Rebecca Myles and Mercy Van Vlack cover: -Pres. Obama & Climate Change (0:31 – 2:43) -City Hearing/Harlem Methane Explosion (2:48 – 3:50) -Bee Report (3:56 – 7:15) -Corporation’s “Sometimes” Human Rights (7:20 – 8:10) -Green Peace India (8:14 – 9:35) -New Nuclear Energy Video (9:40 – 10:05) -Iowa Class Action/Air Pollution (10:05 – 12:25) -Methane Dangers: Howarth Report (12:26 – 15:09) -BP Spill Sludge Continues (15:10 – 16:50) UPCOMING EVENTS: -June 16-22, 2014 National [...]

Solutions To Climate Change Part 1 of 4: Long Beach And The Rain Forest

June 12, 2014 // 0 Comments

In this video (Part 1 of 4), the discussion centers on how the rain forest wood used for Long Beach’s new boardwalk destroys the rain forest and affects climate change. Alternatives are cited with a short video of a US Army tank crossing a bridge repeatedly, which is made of recycled materials. Then some of the science of weather changes are discussed in detail. The Timetable of the program is: Introductory Music…….0:45 to 5:17. The Boardwalk wood and the Rainforest….5:30 to 11:20. The science of climate change………11:50 to 17:27. Question and Answer [...]

Solutions To Climate Change Part 3 of 4: Long Beach And The LNG Port

May 6, 2014 // 0 Comments

  PART 3 OF 4: As a way of understanding how Long Beach, Long Island connects to the world environmentally, a 3 hour Town Hall Meeting was set-up to discuss, inform and educate those attending at the town’s library on Saturday, February 8, 2014. The event was so successful that plans were made to use the video at other presentations along the coast of Long Island. The topics included: hurricanes, boardwalks, LNG ports, jobs, fracking, renewables and more with artistic entertainers dispersed between the presenters. This video, Part 3 of 4, features Cindy Zipf of Clean Ocean Action [...]

Eco-Logic: Town Hall Meeting in Long Beach, NY

February 7, 2014 // 0 Comments

Eco- Logic (WBAI):Town Hall Meeting in Long Beach, NY WBAI’s Ken Gale starts with Pete Seeger’s “Do, Do, Do, Do, Something Good” before going into his main “Do Something Good” discussion: Long Beach (Long Island) Connects to the World: A Town Meeting On Saturday, February 8th.” Speakers include: JK Canepa from New York Climate Action Group; David Alicea from Sierra Club’s “Beyond Coal Campaign”; Bob Hennelly, Interim Program Director of WBAI and of course, Ken himself. Other announcements and topics abound but the main focus is on [...]

Self-Government Is Imperiled by Global Corporatocracy; TPP and Fast Track

November 2, 2013 // 0 Comments

  A teach-in/forum on the TPP was held at the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in Queens, NY, on Saturday, November 2nd 2013. Speakers included: Ken Gale, Host/ Producer Eco-Logic WBAI 99.5 FM, 8pm Tuesdays, the late Joseph (Joe) S. Lauria, MoveOn.org, Pete Dolack, Blogger, Systemic Disorder, and Kian Frederick, Director, New York State Citizens Trade Campaign. This video is dedicated to the memory of Joseph (Joe) S. Lauria (June 3,1943 – November 8, [...]

FROM THE EDITORS – Where Did This Reduced Energy Use Come From

September 28, 2000 // 1 Comment

FROM THE EDITORS Vol 1-Issue #1   Where Did This Reduced Energy Use Come From* *OR* *Poisonous vs Non-Poisonous Energy: a bit of history, a bit of hope!*   Some of the divisions I’m seeing in the environmental movement these days have motivated me to try to unify people through this history.   I’ve been in the safe/sane/sustainable energy movement for 35 years and remember the early days well.   When the anti-nuclear movement started growing in 1977 (mushrooming, pardon the pun, in 1979, when the Three Mile Island accident happened), we were quickly criticized [...]