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    Will Food Motivate People to Take Action on Climate Change? [Audio]

    April 17, 2019

    This feature is excerpted from a seminar Cornell Professor Mike Hoffman delivered, titled Our Changing Menu: What Climate Change Means to the Foods we Love and Need. Professor Hoffman is the Executive Director for the Cornell Institute for Climate Smart Solutions. Featured Music Credit : Aourourou – Blue Dot SessionsFeatured Image Credit: Cornell Universityhttp://events.cornell.edu/event/our ... more


    Dryden Planning Board Dissolves Building Energy Subcommittee

    April 16, 2019

    The Town of Dryden Planning Board dissolved the young Building Energy Subcommittee in April 2019. We speak with Planning Board member Joe Wilson to learn why. The subcommittee was established to direct the town of Dryden toward sustainable energy projects. It was in existence for just over a year and half. The Town of Dryden The post Dryden Planning Board Dissolves Building Energy Subcommittee app ... more


    Dryden Planning Board Dissolves Building Energy Subcommittee [AUDIO]

    April 16, 2019

    The Town of Dryden Planning Board dissolved the young Building Energy Subcommittee in April 2019. We speak with Planning Board member Joe Wilson to learn why. The subcommittee was established to direct the town of Dryden toward sustainable energy projects. It was in existence for just over a year and half. The Town of Dryden The post Dryden Planning Board Dissolves Building Energy Subcommittee [AU ... more


    Laura Flanders, Izzy Award Winner, speaks with WRFI [AUDIO]

    April 16, 2019

    Laura Flanders, a long-time independent journalist and the founder of The Laura Flanders Show, is a 2019 Izzy Award winner. The Park Center for Independent Media (PCIM) at Ithaca College gives the Izzy Award each year “for outstanding achievement in independent media.” Before the awards ceremony on Apr. 15, Flanders spoke with another Laura: WRFI’s News The post Laura Flanders, Izzy Award Winner, ... more


    Visiting Holocaust Survivor Lecture April 2019 [Audio]

    April 9, 2019

    In February 1944, five-year-old Steven Hess, his parents and twin sister were sent to Bergen Belsen concentration camp and were among very few Jewish families to stay alive. Hess, a New York resident, educator and Holocaust survivor, recently spoke to an audience of community members and Ithaca College students about his personal story of survival The post Visiting Holocaust Survivor Lecture April ... more