Last week on Tuesday, January 5, Georgia held two major runoff elections for the history books, with Jon Ossoff and the Rev. Raphael Warnock winning Senate seats that will put Democrats in the majority. Rev. Warnock is the first Black senator from Georgia, and Ossoff is the first Jewish senator from Georgia. At 33 years […]
Since late last year, the Perpetual Notion Machine’s Lincoln Tice has produced a series of shows related to water, from the lakes to groundwater. Tonight, Lincoln continues the trend by discussing the elements of storm water management. His guests are Ken Potter, Emeritus Professor in civil and environmental engineering at UW-Madison, and Greg Fries, a […]
Tar sands oil and Lake Superior: potentially a dangerous combination? Then there’s all the usual green goop in the lakes here in town. Kate Golden tells us more.
Mother Jones’ Tom Philpott joined Monday host Brian Standing on August 19, 2013 for his monthly discussion of food and agriculture. This time around, Tom’s talking about the giant, oxygen-sucking, lethal algae blooms that crop up every year in the Gulf of Mexico. Who’s to blame? Us, the food we eat and the way we […]