This is weeks show is an Energy Extravaganza! Our hosts, Pearl Zeng and Andrea Kraus talked energy technology, policy, consumer education, and equity with a group of four master’s students from SNRE who are wrapping up over a year of work on their capstone projects and theses, Brett Simon, Geoff Burmeister, Kate Loshakova, and Kiran Chawla. These individuals have a wide breadth of knowledge relating to the energy industry and energy policy planning. We also discussed what energizes each of them every day.
The theme of this week’s segment of It’s Hot In Here, the radio show bringing you environmental news, views, and grooves from SNRE students, faculty, and the many practitioners in southeast Michigan and beyond was Ecology of Fear and Fear of Ecology — Can Science do More to Improve Human-Wildlife Cohabitation? Our hosts were joined in-studio and by pre-recorded interviews by guests including, Dr. Matthew Kauffman from the Wyoming Migration Initiative, Maurita Holland from the Washtenaw Citizens for Ecological Balance, and Mayank Vikas from the UM School of Natural Resources and Environment.
The theme of this week’s show is Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Green Tribal Economies. Hosts Brittany Anstead, Andrea Kraus, Rebecca Baylor and Pearl Zeng were joined by Jannan Cornstalk with the LTBB Natural Resource Comission and Barb Barton from The Gathering Society.