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Eco-Logic: The People’s Climate March

August 27, 2014 // 0 Comments

Eco-Logic: The People’s Climate March with guests, Peter Rugh and >> Natalie McClellan. Tuesday, 7 – 9 PM, July 22, 2014, WBAI-99.5 FM, every other Tuesday, 8-9 PM Approximate Index of Discussion: -Environmental News Roundup….(00:30 – 10:26) -Intro To Interviewees….(10:28 – 11:30) -UN Usefulness Concerning Climate Change….(11:34 – 17:25) -What Are You Organizing……..(17:27 – 18:32) -Discussing Real Solutions…….(18:34 – 22:00) -Stopping Shortsightedness……(22:10 – 24:12) -Restatement of March Purpose….(24:14 – 25:26) [...]

ETV WeeklyNews: July 21, 2014

July 28, 2014 // 2 Comments

  ETV WeeklyNews: July 21, 2014 -Reporters: Ken Gale, Peter Rugh, John P. Duffy, Jr. -Ocean Surface Temperature Data Getting Better BUT……(0:27 – 2:40) -Environmental Influencing Legislation Update: Citizen’s United, McCutcheon,…(2:42 – 3:45) -Feds Ask For New Indian Point Earthquake Study…(3:47 – 5:56) -Why Is Worse US Nuclear Disaster Not remembered?….(5:58 – 7:47) -The Detroit Water Crisis….(7:50 – 29:28) -Which Country Is The Most Energy Efficient?…(29:34 – 30:22) -Obama Opens Eastern US Coast To Energy [...]

The People’s Earth Day 2014

May 6, 2014 // 0 Comments

  In contrast to corporate mainstream events on Earth Day, April 22, 2014, the people in Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan, the place where the “occupy movement” began in late 2011, held a different action. People involved in various environmental ideas and groups ranging from Staten Island’s Mount Manresa, NYS’s Green Party, the divestment movement, System Change Not Climate Change, farmers and a radio disc jockey, among others, voiced their opinions in a rally using “mike check” before marching on to the NY Stock Exchange. Under a statue of George [...]

Looking to lessons learned for the upcoming Keystone XL battle

February 16, 2014 // 0 Comments

Looking to lessons learned for the upcoming Keystone XL battle Peter Rugh  February 6, 2014 A Tar Sands Blockade activist shows off her banner in Nacogdoches, Texas. (Flickr / Tar Sands Blockade) When Steven DaSilva, a retired high school science teacher and member of the Sierra Club, first learned that the southern portion of a transnational tar sands oil pipeline would be built near his East Texas backyard in Nacogdoches County, he launched a petition drive and letter writing campaign to local politicians asking them to put a stop to it. Now, four years since picking a fight with pipeline [...]