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audio Martha Huckabuy from St Rose Community One Voice on the need for fenceline air monitoring (audio/mpeg 10.9MB) - by wtulnews
Martha Huckabuy of St Rose Community One Voice describes her experiences living next to the Shell / IMTT oil transport facility, which has doubled in size in the past year, as the United States exports more and more oil to other nations. Martha and st Rose was disturbed by noxious odors from the Shell / IMTT facility and testifies to the Natural Resources committee of the Louisiana house of Representatives on the need for fenceline monitoring
Posted: Fri May 15, 2015 9:26AM
audio Desmoines Water Works Suing Drainage Districts Over Nitrate Pollution (audio/mpeg 3.7MB) - by Jesse Rafert
The Desmoines Water Works is suing drainage districts for not properly regulating nitrate pollution. This may have an impact on the "dead zone" in the Gulf of Mexico, which is caused in part by agricultural runoff in the Mississippi River.
Posted: Thu May 7, 2015 10:31PM
audio Dan Bacher Speaks Out About Water (audio/mpeg 15.1MB) - by Mike Rhodes
Pam Whalen interviewed Dan Bacher on the Street Heat radio show heard on KFCF 88.1 FM Friday, April 24. The 16:31 minute audio starts out with a brief clip of Mark Arax speaking at a water conference earlier that day and then Dan’s comments about and solutions to the water crisis in California.
Posted: Sun Apr 26, 2015 8:39AM
audio How Blue is Your Valley? (audio/mpeg 26.7MB) - by Mike Rhodes
Mark Arax keynote address at the Community Conference on Water in the San Joaquin Valley (April 24, 2015 in Fresno California). Audio - 29:06 minutes.
Posted: Sat Apr 25, 2015 4:47PM
audio Pearl River conference (audio/mpeg 2.9MB) - by Jesse Rafert
3 minute piece on american river endangered river nomination pearl river
Posted: Thu Apr 16, 2015 5:52PM
audio Occupy the Farm, the film, opening Tuesday, 03.31.2015, Oakland (audio/mpeg 1.7MB) - by KPFA Weekend News/Ann Garrison
Occupy the Farm, a film about the 2012 struggle to claim 20 acres of a historic 100 acre farm for community farmers in Albany, will open at the New Parkway theatre in Oakland on Tuesday, March 31st. The University of California owns the land and it has granted one acre to the community farmers working with the University's Department of Natural Resources. Another 5 to 7 acres has been alloted to University research on corn genetics, and the rest has been promised to a big box grocery store ...
Posted: Sat Mar 28, 2015 9:17PM
audio Rock Palmero III from TELS 2015 on the decades of litigation from LA oil and gas fields (audio/mpeg 42.6MB) - by WTUL News and Views
An introduction to Legacy Lawsuits in the energy sacrifice zone of the United States, the Louisiana coast.
Posted: Mon Mar 16, 2015 5:08PM
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(Attachment On: Fukushima Four Years Later)
(audio/mpeg 10.3MB) - by Tara Dorabji
Posted: Thu Mar 12, 2015 11:36PM
audio New Orleans: City Park for Everyone coalition speaks out against golf course construction (audio/mpeg 15.4MB) - by WTUL News & Views
Members of the City Park for Everyone coalition speak out about the golf course construction that just began in the park. (11:11 audio)
Posted: Fri Mar 6, 2015 7:39AM
audio Voices from the Gulf Howard Page from STEPS Coalition
(Attachment On: Voices from the Gulf: Monique Verdin My Louisiana Love)
(audio/mpeg 5.1MB) - by wtulnews
5:33min Howard Page of STEPS Coalition tells his story of the Rev Calvin Johnson's fight to preserve his community and Mississippi wetlands "I've stepped back as far as I can, I can't step back anymore. I'm going to start coming forward." -Rev Calvin Johnson
Posted: Thu Feb 26, 2015 12:08PM
audio Voices from the Gulf Louis Skrmetta of Ship Island Excursions
(Attachment On: Voices from the Gulf: Monique Verdin My Louisiana Love)
(audio/mpeg 3.3MB) - by wtulnews
Here's Captain Louis Skrmetta, talking about the first time he learned the value of clean water in the Gulf of Mexico I had to first of all explain to my family that this is a bad deal that we shouldn’t be doing this, we should be committed to keeping our bilges clean, putting containers under the engines so that the oil in the bilge won’t go into the water.”
Posted: Thu Feb 26, 2015 12:22PM
audio Voices from the Gulf Patty Whitney of Bayou History Center
(Attachment On: Voices from the Gulf: Monique Verdin My Louisiana Love)
(audio/mpeg 4.6MB) - by wtulnews
5min Patty Whitney of Bayou History Center and BISCO tells of when she heard of the BP disaster in the Gulf in 2010 "The Deep Water Horizon is actually a metaphor for coastal Louisiana, we’re dead we just haven’t dropped yet. DWH was like being told you have terminal cancer. It may take awhile, but we're gone." http://gulffuture.org
Posted: Thu Feb 26, 2015 12:51PM
audio Voices from the Gulf: Monique Verdin My Louisiana Love (audio/mpeg 4.9MB) - by WTUL News
Monique Verdin of My Louisiana Love tells of when she first sawthe oil wash in from BP's disaster in the Gulf in 2010
Posted: Thu Feb 26, 2015 1:02PM
audio Voices from the Gulf David Underhill Mobile Sierra Club
(Attachment On: Voices from the Gulf: Monique Verdin My Louisiana Love)
(audio/mpeg 4.6MB) - by wtulnews
5min David Underhill Mobile Sierra Club tells us how lifelong resistance can be a success. And I’ve been involved here and elsewhere in uprisings against environmental atrocities and uh others that mobilized people in the streets and communities and in council meetings, um that usually failed in their announced objectives and uh haha are currently failing now in Mobile, but the resistance continues, and in necessity from all of this that I conclude that the resistance itself is a success in that it keeps you alert to what you must do with the brief time that you’re allowed on earth http://gulffuture.org
Posted: Thu Feb 26, 2015 1:16PM
audio Voices from the Gulf Jennifer Bennett, environmental engineer
(Attachment On: Voices from the Gulf: Monique Verdin My Louisiana Love)
(audio/mpeg 4.8MB) - by wtulnews
Jennifer Bennett, an environmental engineer in Houston, TX reflects on BP's strategy to disperse the oil gushing from teh bottom of hte Mississippi Canyon in the Northern Gulf of Mexico 5min 'The solution I saw was like “oh, we’re just gonna dump some more carcinogenic crap in there! Yeah totally standard because it’s the cheapest option, and they think that’s cleanup.” I’ve been working in the environmental industry long enough to know that is cleanup and it’s not what people think it is.' http://gulffuture.org
Posted: Thu Feb 26, 2015 3:47PM
audio Voices from the Gulf Sharron Stewart
(Attachment On: Voices from the Gulf: Monique Verdin My Louisiana Love)
(audio/mpeg 3.8MB) - by wtulnews
Sharron Stewart, in Houston, TX reflects on government repression of witnessing the disaster unfold on Gulf Beaches in Alabama 5min 'There were so many people on the island and they would not let us get anywhere near the beaches or take pictures. Or take pictures! If you got out of your car, you were followed, if you stayed in the public right of way, you were followed. And they would have confiscated my camera if I had taken a picture. That is so different from my experience of oil spill cleanups in the past when I worked for NOAA. ' http://gulffuture.org
Posted: Thu Feb 26, 2015 3:51PM
audio The Energy Game (audio/mpeg 54.7MB) - by WTUL News and Views
The Energy Gang is a weekly podcast that dives into the technological, political and market forces driving energy and environmental issues.
Posted: Mon Feb 2, 2015 8:07AM
audio Tulane Fossil Fuel Divestment Movement (audio/mpeg 30.7MB) - by WTUL News and Views
Emma Collin joined News and Views for an interview to discuss the fossil fuel divestment movement at Tulane University.
Posted: Mon Jan 26, 2015 7:28AM
audio WTUL News reports on a lecture from Adam Briggle, a leader of a Frack Free Denton (audio/mpeg 27.4MB) - by WTUL News
Adam Briggle of Frack Free Denton spoke to Tammany Together regarding the history of the 2014 ban against hydraulic fracturing in Denton, Texas.
Posted: Mon Jan 12, 2015 9:14PM
audio wtul news reports 7 points of advice from Adam Briggle, a leader of a Frack Free Denton
(Attachment On: WTUL News reports on a lecture from Adam Briggle, a leader of a Frack Free Denton)
(audio/mpeg 12.7MB) - by wtul news
Adam Briggle of Frack Free Denton spoke to Tammany Together regarding the history of the 2014 ban against hydraulic fracturing in Denton, Texas. He had 7 points of advice for Tammany Together in their struggle against Helis, Devon, Encana, Comstock, and Sanchez in the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale in the florida parishes of Louisiana. .Be United in diversity .Ban is simple, better than regulations. Reasonable regulations didn't work, but a Ban won 60 / 40. .Balance centralized and distributed power in the movement .Own the frame --This is Our Denton .Know yr stuff, question their experts, Question lawyers, and the science. .Don't make unnecessary enemies, and be respectful .Balance Attrition and Apathy --don't burn out, but always be ready with the next move.
Posted: Mon Jan 12, 2015 9:19PM

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