This week’s segment of It’s Hot In Here
was Law, Property and Society. Rebecca Hardin,
our main host and the President-elect of the Association for Law, Property and Society
, Hari Osofsky,
previous Association president
from the University of Minnesota Law School and Department of Geography, and Thomas Mitchel
l, Professor of Law at the University of Wisconsin discussed affordable housing, indigenous rights, and energy politics.
The academic conference reflected on those who have been evicted or displaced from their properties. The Association of Law, Property and Society
(ALPS) met at the University of Georgia Law School for its 6th Annual Conference. The ALPS values interdisciplinary dialogue, with legal scholars joined by geographers, anthropologists, urban planners and experts of other fields.
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Just in time for the mass exodus from Ann Arbor, SNRE’s own Shelie Miller, a specialist in life cycle assessment and energy, shares insights on sustainable transit. Beyond the typical modes, she entertains our questioning of teleportation as surely the MOST sustainable transit form! 😉 Turkey man and local farmer John Harois is also in the studio to tell us about his magnificent birds. We hear all about why Kat’s dad drives from afar for these delectable pavos. A turkey slayer also calls in with the gruesome details. It is hot in here!
This just in: the Detroit Incinerator is officially shut down and the Beehive Collective is soon coming to town!
Tune into It’s Hot in Here, Monday from 12–1 on 88.3 WCBN-FM-Ann Arbor, or wcbn.org/listen.html for our “Great Lakes, Green Jobs: Environmental Justice, Clean Energy, Activism” edition.
Michelle Martinez, SNRE Alum and Cool Cities Project Staff Organizer with the Sierra Club will join us live in the studio to talk clean, green jobs in the Great Lakes Region. Diana Nucera from the Allied Media Project and Ahmina Maxey form the East Michigan Environmental Action Council will joins us on the phone to chat about the Beehive Collective and the recently closed Detroit Incinerator.
Listen closely and you may even score a free pair of tickets to a hot concert near you,
Stay Hot Ann Arbor,