In this episode, reporter Matthew Zmudka spoke to, and made a cyanotype with, local artist Anders Zanichkowsky. Preparing for a three-week expedition to the Arctic, Zanichkowsky takes a research approach to his art and studies concepts of space and light in his work. You’ll hear ice, snow, and water as we make a cyanotype on […]
On Thursday, January 28, PNM reporter Matthew Zmudka interviewed Tristan L’Ecuyer, Associate Professor in the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences at University of Wisconsin-Madison. The show focused on recently-published research that showed that high-altitude clouds are a larger contributor to the melting of the Greenland ice sheet than previously thought. Satellite data collected and […]
In this episode of PNM from January 7, 2016, reporter Matthew Zmudka discusses the science, technology, and environmental policy positions of various presidential candidates. We cover Bernie Sanders, Hilary Clinton, Ted Cruz, Jeb Bush, and Donald Trump in this episode. While the candidates (and us) largely focus on climate change, we touch on GMOs, nuclear […]
WORT reporter Kermit Hovey reports on a Madison rally in response to the U.N. Climate Change conference in Paris.
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On the November 2, 2015 edition of A Public Affair, Monday’s host Patty Peltekos interviewed Tim Flannery, Australian scientist and climate change expert. He is the author of the book Atmosphere of Hope: The Search for Solutions to the Climate Crisis. He shared with Patty some ideas on how we can help mitigate the effects […]