To protect Wisconsin waterways from agricultural runoff, PFAS and other “forever chemicals”, flooding, and other assaults has been the challenge of the River Alliance of Wisconsin. Executive Director Raj Shulka talks about the group’s efforts to strengthen rules, enforcement, and inter-county cooperation to protect Wisconsin’s waters. See their “Water Agenda” on their website.
On this episode we’re bringing you a live conversation with most of the people running to be the next mayor of Madison. The event was called “Madison’s Arts Future: A Mayoral Candidate Forum on the Arts, Culture and Creativity,” and it took place this past Wednesday, January 16, at the Barrymore Theatre on Madison’s east […]
Tuesday host Carousel Bayrd kicks off her Meet the Candidates series in preparation for the spring primary election on Tuesday, February 19. On today’s episode, she speaks with two of Madison’s mayoral candidates, Satya Rhodes-Conway and Raj Shukla. They discuss topics important to the city’s future, including affordable housing, improved transit, racial equity, climate change, […]
What will the Madison of tomorrow look like, and who will lead it? As Madison’s longest serving mayor completes his last term, people are lining up for the chance to become the city’s next leader. Mayor Paul Soglin has announced he will not seek re-election next spring. The latest candidate to throw his hat in […]
With cuts to the DNR, lax persecution of pollution violators, high volume wells used by corporate farms and companies, and new laws which allow unregulated filling of wetlands, Wisconsin legislators are moving our water protection backwards, all in the interest of corporations. Jan speaks with Raj Shukla, Executive Director of the River Alliance of Wisconsin, […]
Today we’re talking renewable energy – what it means and how to get there in Madison. Denise Demarb hosts Raj Shukla, Director of the River Alliance of Wisconsin; Satya Rhodes-Conway, Managing Director of the Mayors Innovation Project at COWS; and Tyler Huebner, Director of RENEW Wisconsin.