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This weeks Green Power & Wellness Radio Show on the Progressive Radio Network is hosted from the offices of Ralph Nader's Center for Study of Responsive Law in Washington, D.C. Harvey was in D.C. participating in the "Control the Corporation" Conference.
Harvey catches up with Matt Zawisky from the Center for Study of Responsive Law who provides an overview of the conference and talks about the future of democracy in our country.
Stefanie Penn Spear joined Harvey and talked about the future energy choices for Ohio and the U.S., and the role renewable energy can play. She discussed how policy and zoning impacts these choices. Spear provided an overview of the last five years on energy policy on the local, state and federal level, and included insights into what is possible for our nation.
Listen below or visit Progressive Radio Network by clicking here.
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By Sabrina Kessler
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By Alex Robinson
Leah Garcés used to hate poultry farmers.
The animal rights activist, who opposes factory farming, had an adversarial relationship with chicken farmers until around five years ago, when she sat down to listen to one. She met a poultry farmer called Craig Watts in rural North Carolina and learned that the problems stemming from factory farming extended beyond animal cruelty.
Temperatures plunged rapidly across the U.S. this week and around 70 percent of the population is expected to experience temperatures around freezing Wednesday.