The first guest is Brian McInerney, Hydrologist from the National Weather Service, talking about this past summer’s weather. The second guest is former South Carolina Congressman, Bob Inglis. He’s in town delivering talks on how conservatives can use free-enterprise to address the need for clean energy and clean air.
Today, Chris Cherniak and co-host Larry Warren speak first with Richard Walji, CEO of Rocky Mountain Power. After that, they speak with Paul Sabin, author of the new book titled: The Bet, Paul Ehrlich, Julian Simon, and Our Gamble Over Earth’s Future.
On today's show, guests Collin Beach and Travis Wright of Park City Compost, LLC, talk about their new business specializing in commercial composting. Then, two Utah State Professors discuss how ecosystems recover from fire.
Today, Nell Larson and Chris Cherniak talk about a number of stories in the news, all fossil related. In the second half, a discussion on how a healthy wolf population makes for thinner elk herds which allow more berries to grow which results in happy bears.
Hosts Chris Cherniak and Nell Larson welcome entomologist Dennis vanEnglesdorp to This Green to talk about his recent paper on the health of bees gathering pollen from plants sprayed with insecticides and other chemicals. The the policy director of HEAL Utah Matt Pacenza talks about why the state needs to pursue cleaner renewable energy resource and why the public should be involved.