Today’s two-part episode focuses on different aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic. First up, we hear about the crisis in Ecuador, where they are experiencing high rates of infection and devastating death tolls due to delayed action by the government and damaging cuts to the public health system. Our guest is Guillaume Long, senior policy analyst […]
With the changes in the upcoming administration, what does this mean for efforts to combat climate change? Will it get worse? What should be done? Today, Esty Dinur speaks with Daphne Wysham, Institute for Policy Studies associate fellow and director of the Center for Sustainable Economy’s climate and energy program in Portland, Oregon and Steve Horn, […]
On Thursday January 30th, our host Allen Ruff, for the first half of the show, spoke with author Nick Turse, to discuss his latest book, “Kill Anything That Moves” and for the second half of the show, Ruff was joined by Steve Horn to explain corporate fracking and it’s effect on United States energy.
To continue our discussion from last week about most important environmental issues of 2013, we explored the environmental issues that we are facing in 2014. Check out this edition of A Public Affair to learn more!
On Thursday July 25th, host Allen Ruff discussed corporate chicanery and the political connections behind the XL Pipeline project with investigative journalist, Steve Horn.
On Thursday March 21st, Rebecca Kemble subbing for Allen Ruff hosted a split show. During the first half of the hour she spoke with Isthmus journalist Bruce Murphy about his cover story, ” The Powerful Pat Roggensack, Ed Fallone faces long odds in ousting a key member of the Supreme Court’s conservative bloc.” During the second half of the show Rebecca spoke with Steve Horn, a writer for The Progressive Magazine, about his article, “Free Market Champion to Take Over as UW-Madison Chancellor.”