“People have all the power we want,” declares Kim Wright, the indefatigable lawyer, environmental champion, and director of the Midwest Environmental Advocates.
In Baraboo, WI, all 15 species of crane are currently assembled. Anne Sayers of the International Crane Foundation joins Buzz host Jan Miyasaki on Earth Day to talk about preservation of grasslands and wetlands as habitat.
Happy Earth day! Do you know what we are doing locally here in Madison to address some of our Earth Day issues? Listen to this fantastic edition of A Public Affair to find out more!
MAMA says…Members of Madison Action for Mining Alternatives (MAMA) discuss indigenous treaty rights, Governor Walker’s pro-mining laws, and what it all means for the environment and the people of Wisconsin. There will be time to call in with questions and comments from listeners, as well as information shared about what YOU can do to stop […]
Members of Wisconsin Wave and a half dozen other groups and organizations meet at the station to talk about Earth Day and to relate Earth Day here with May Day Global Climate Convergence events in Wisconsin.
PNM’s Earth Day special. This week PNM reporter Arthur Aiken had the pleasure to speak with the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies director, Paul Robbins. Who founded Earth Day and the Nelson Institute? Who makes up the Institute? What can we do to help sustain a healthy planet for all living creatures? Listen in to […]