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Rate of Change

A local sustainability measure 6-162 is facing unprecedented challenges from a Canadian fossil-fuel company.   Download Filetype: MP3 – Size: 43.23MB – Duration: 37:46 m (160 kbps 44100 Hz) Your browser does not support the audio...

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Chai Chat – March for Science

Welcome to Chai Chat! In this discussion, over a cup of chai, we interview local scientist Todd Buchholz, who is working with a group of Coos County science enthusiasts to organize a local March for Science event on Earth Day, April 22, 2017. Todd shares details on his background, community partnerships, and the steps taken to create the event.   Download Filetype: MP3 – Size: 25.73MB – Duration: 28:06 m (128 kbps 44100 Hz) Your browser does not support the audio player...

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Chai Chat – Components of a PV System

What is Chai Chat? Chai Chat is a show that features subjects in energy and environmental sustainability that include: career pathways, economic development, and project based learning in academia…and funky tunes are also played between interviews and discussions. Episodes of Chai Chat are recorded in various locations along the southern Oregon Coast. Chat Chat host, Rik Villarreal, brings a lo-fi, unassuming vibe on his show. Rik showcases interviews from industry enthusiasts and subject matter experts in the renewable energy and environmental sustainability workforce sectors – and spins vinyl of various musical genres! Download Filetype: MP3 – Size: 26.96MB –...

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Rate of Change – Ken Ward Interview

March 8, 2017, International Women’s Day marks the centennial of the 1917 Russian Revolution where years of tension, suffering, abject poverty, long bread lines and short rations converged on what is now St Petersburg.  Women textile workers began demonstrating in the streets for “bread and peace” inaugurating a revolution that in just seven days forced the abdication of Tsar Nicholas II forever ending Tsarist Russia and, for better or worse, forming a brand new provisional government.   Not bad for a week’s work and a definitive testament to the power of both women and collective action. Download Filetype: MP3...

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Rate of Change – Episode 1

Welcome to Rate of Change, a program to explore pressing issues from climate change to income inequality, from environmental degradation to civil liberties and whether our current system of governance and activism are keeping pace with and are effective enough to result in restoring a healthy planet and a sustainable economy. Rate of Change is brought to you by Coos Commons Protection Council. Coos Commons Protection Council promotes economic, environmental and social justice and sustainability and has qualified Measure 6-162 for the May 2017 ballot. To learn more about Coos Commons and The Coos County Right to a Sustainable...

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