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Vote Your Hopes, Not Your Fears: Building the Green Party (audio/mpeg 3.4MB)
Socialist Alternative, led by Seattle City Councilor Kshama Sawant, and others have called for Bernie Sanders to found an independent left party for the 99 percent and run as an independent, or to appeal to Jill Stein and the Green Party to join their ticket, despite Sanders's oft repeated promise to endorse the Democrats’ nominee. With little time left to get a new party on the ballot in most states, I looked into Green Party ballot access in the 50 states and spoke to Bruce Dixon, Georgia...
Posted: Thu May 5, 2016 12:57PM
WTUL News reports from the New Lease on Life 23rd March at the Louisiana Superdome (audio/mpeg 19.8MB)
We interviewed Cherri Foytlin of Idle No More Gulf Coast at the New Lease on Life rally and demonstration. Foytlin and 300 allies disrupted the announcements of lease sales in the Offshore Gulf of Mexico. Bids for leasing these public lands for drilling are at their lowest levels in decades, and the industry is drilling in deeper and deeper water without any new regulations from the BSEE. Cherri spoke to us of her vision for just transition and her concerns of lacking a future for her c...
Posted: Fri Mar 25, 2016 8:45AM
Wtul News and Views interviews Cherri Foytlin on the New Lease on Life (audio/mpeg 19.8MB)
We interviewed Cherri Foytlin of Idle No More Gulf Coast at the New Lease on Life rally and demonstration. Foytlin and 300 allies disrupted the announcements of lease sales in the Offshore Gulf of Mexico. Bids for leasing these public lands for drilling are at their lowest levels in decades, and the industry is drilling in deeper and deeper water without any new regulations from the BSEE. Cherri spoke to us of her vision for just transition and her concerns of lacking a future for her children.
Posted: Fri Mar 25, 2016 8:45AM
WTUL News interviews Jonathan Henderson Vanishing Earth on #NoNewLeases (audio/mpeg 41.9MB)
we talked to jonathan henderson of vanishing earth and scott eustis of gulf restoration network about the #nonewleases call for a parade to keep all parades on 23rd march 7am, from duncan park at City Hall to the Superdome at 8am. People and organizations from around the Gulf and across the nation to discuss issues on the Gulf Coast, in the Gulf of Mexico, and how hte Gulf can survive in the face of climate change. Leading up to the event on 7am Wed March 23rd, are a series of talks all weeke...
Posted: Fri Mar 18, 2016 8:28AM
John Barry talks to Vanishing Earth's Jonathan Henderson on the opening of Bonnet Carre (audio/mpeg 25.9MB)
Earlier this year, thanks to Southwings.org and pilot Ken Knevel, Vanishing Earth had the privilege to take a flight over the Mississippi River flood Earlier this year, thanks to Southwings.org and pilot Ken Knevel, Vanishing Earth had the privilege to take a flight over the Mississippi River flood with N.Y. Times Best Selling Author, John Barry. Mr. Barry is the author of “Rising Tide: The Great Mississippi Flood of 1927 And How It Changed America” and a former member of the Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority-East and the Louisiana Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority. Included below are several short aerial video clips from our flight. After the flight, we sat down with Mr. Barry for an interview:
Posted: Thu Mar 3, 2016 10:24AM
Heather Judkins of USF on Deepwater Squid in the Gulf of Mexico (audio/mpeg 3.6MB)
We caught up with Dr Heather Judkins of USF at GOMRI 2016 in Tampa, Fl.
Posted: Thu Mar 3, 2016 10:41AM
Dr Ian MacDonald talks with WTUL about chemosynthetic seeps at the bottom of the Gulf (audio/mpeg 5.3MB)
Dr Ian MacDonald talks with WTUL about chemosynthetic seeps at the bottom of the Gulf 5. Ian MacDonald Professor Florida State University Department of Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Science firstname.lastname@example.org https://agu.confex.com/agu/os16/meetingapp.cgi/Person/35271 "at these sites, there are ecosystems supported by asphalt" "Deep sea organisms, with the help of bacteria and archea, are exceedingly clever at extracting energy from chemical sources" "Life is incredibly adaptive"
Posted: Thu Mar 3, 2016 10:48AM
Wtul News and Views interviews Chris Esposito on River Deposition (audio/mpeg 3.4MB)
. Christopher Esposito Graduate Student Tulane University Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences email@example.com https://agu.confex.com/agu/os16/meetingapp.cgi/Person/12915 . Christopher Esposito Graduate Student Tulane University Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences firstname.lastname@example.org https://agu.confex.com/agu/os16/meetingapp.cgi/Person/12915
Posted: Thu Mar 3, 2016 11:37PM
Wtul News and Views interviews Krista Jankowski on Sea Level Rise in Louisiana wetlands (audio/mpeg 6.3MB)
4. Krista Jankowski Graduate Student Tulane University Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences email@example.com https://agu.confex.com/agu/os16/meetingapp.cgi/Person/48207 4. Krista Jankowski Graduate Student Tulane University Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences firstname.lastname@example.org https://agu.confex.com/agu/os16/meetingapp.cgi/Person/48207
Posted: Thu Mar 3, 2016 11:42PM
Kait Fraser of Scripps Ocean Institute sounds off on dolphins in the Gulf (audio/mpeg 8.7MB)
We caught up with Kait at the GOMRI 2016 conference in Tampa, Fl
Posted: Thu Mar 3, 2016 10:00AM
Interview with Robin Barnes from GNO Inc about RESCON2016 (audio/mpeg 12.0MB)
WTUL News sits down with Robin Barnes, VP of GNO Inc to discuss the evolving resilence sector and its importance to the Regional and international economy. We discussed how state and the city are leveraging their experience with recovery after the post Katrina flood into economic development. During the conference, there will be a Women's Breakfast Tuesday Morning and a Plenary Wednesday Afternoon chaired by Oliver Thomas to discuss equitable employment in the emerging Resilience sector.
Posted: Fri Feb 26, 2016 7:59AM
James Hartwell of Healthygulf.org and 350Louisiana.org discusses #TaylorEnergy leak (audio/mpeg 17.8MB)
James Hartwell reveals the secret of the eternal leak in the Gulf of Mexico, the Taylor Energy disaster. Although the company was forced to present information on its 11-year leak in the Gulf of Mexico, the meeting spurred more questions than answers. Lt Gen Russel Honore of the GreenArmy, a statewide environmental movement in Louisiana, excused himself after a Taylor representative threatened to shut down the meeting after the General asked questions concerning the environmental impacts of t...
Posted: Thu Jan 28, 2016 3:31PM
Full audio of the Roja Revolution report back, including Q&A (audio/mpeg 36.7MB)
(audio 1:46:48) Open the slideshow below to view Paul's photos while listening to his presentation.
Posted: Thu Dec 17, 2015 10:38PM
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Posted: Sun Nov 8, 2015 8:32AM
Dr. Teri Knowles on Gulf Cetacean mortality post BP (audio/mpeg 24.6MB)
Dr Teri Knowles lectures the NAS RESTORE group and interested parties on causes of cetacean mortality in the Gulf. BP killed about half the dolphins of the mississippi river delta, and more than a third of the dolphins in Barataria. Birthing success dropped to one in eight from a baseline of roughly 7 in 8. It is estimated that it will take the Northern Gulf Dolphin populations 40 years to recover, and perhaps longer, depending on prey availability and changes to habitat. The good news is...
Posted: Fri Oct 23, 2015 5:34AM
Antonia Juhasz at Gulf Restoration Network (audio/mpeg 21.7MB)
Antonia Juhasz gives an update from her ALVIN trip to the bottom of the gulf of mexico, here the wreckage of the Deepwater Horizon remains, along with thousands of miles of BP's oil. Antonia explains how movements in the Gulf have activated resistance to drilling in the Arctic. 23 min
Posted: Thu Oct 15, 2015 10:49PM
Scott Eustis, Jonathan Henderson and Britney Penouilh on the 2015 Anba Dlo Water Festival (audio/mpeg 12.1MB)
Jonathan Henderson of Gulf Restoration Network and Britney Penouilh discuss the Anba Dlo water festival Saturday October 17th, 2015. In the morning, there's a walk and learn at the healing center on St Claude, with the New Orleans Water Collaborative. at noon, political and government leadership on wetlands restoration and clean water policies. after four, things open up into festival, art and music. And at midnight, a ceremony.
Posted: Thu Oct 15, 2015 6:51AM
1 hour Street Heat radio show (audio/mpeg 54.3MB)
Posted: Tue Sep 1, 2015 10:19AM
Interview with Dine/Navajo folks on Mine spill in Animas river NM on setting the standard (audio/mpeg 5.5MB)
Interview with Dine/Navajo about Mine spill in Animas river New Mexico on setting the standard, with Patrick Kincaid Indigenous ecologist and Kim Howe, a full time farmer talking about the crisis of the crops with polluted water.
Posted: Fri Aug 14, 2015 4:29PM
Dan Favre of Bike Easy on the recent death on Canal and Broad (audio/mpeg 11.7MB)
Dan Favre sits down with us to discuss monday's death of a 57 year old man at the wheels of a dumpster truck. He defines the "right hook" and the need to cite drivers for deaths of new orleanians who ride bicycles. also discussed is the upcoming Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Committee meeting on August 21st.
Posted: Fri Aug 7, 2015 7:28AM