Power suits, power lunches, power diets all swell if you are of a certain frame of mind. But how about power protection for your valuable electronic gear! That’s real power – and the topic on this edition of Notes From the Electronic Cottage.
Host Andree Bella interviews Dr. Christiane Northrup about her book “Mother-Daughter Wisdom: Understanding the Crucial Link Between Mothers, Daughters and Health” What is the link between mothers and daughters that is so important for good physical and mental health? What can you tell us about your views on c-sections, post-partum depression and vaccinations? How does a mother help her daughter develop positive, empowering relationships? And when a daughter “dumps on Mom” how would a mother handle this?
Host Ron Beard and guest Vivian Newman (Maine Chapter Sierra Club), Walter Anderson (former Maine state geologist), Todd Burrowes (Maine State Planning office) and Mike Crocker (Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance) discuss off-shore drilling and what is at stake for Maine.
What is the background on the 20 plus year moratorium on offshore drilling?
What concerns are leading to moves in Congress to lift that moratorium?
What are the potential advantages and disadvantages to drilling/production of oil/gas reserves off Maine’s coast?
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Artist Lily Yeh, one of Robert Shetterly’s “Americans Who Tell the Truth” describes the transformative and healing powers of art in ravaged communities around the world. Interviewed by Kim Ridley, recorded by Dave Evans, in Maine April 2006
Hosts/Producers: Amy Browne and Meredith DeFrancesco
In this edition of the Electronic Cottage, we continue our series on privacy in the digital age. Tdoay, we look at the collusion between government agencies, which must operate under legal guidelines when they collect information on citizens, and private data aggregators, which operate under no such controls. The result? Government agencies such as Homeland Security spent about $30 million taxpayer dollars last year to buy data about U.S. citizens that the agencies would otherwise not have been able to collect. If you care about your personal privacy, you may want to begin leaving as thin a trail behind you as possible in physical space as well as cyberspace.
Testimony recorded at a public hearing concerning the proposed Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) facility at Split Rock on Passamaquoddy land, an area considered by many in the tribe to be sacred.
RadioActive is a grassroot environmental and social justice news journal with hosts/producers Meredith DeFrancesco and Amy Browne
Topic: Locally grown food Host Jim Fisher of Hancock County Planning Committee and guests Bob St. Peter of the Goodlife Center and the Independent Food Project, and Kay Wilkins of Woodlawn Community Garden take calls and address questions such as: What is a community garden? How can we start a new garden? What are the health benefits of gardening?
Indigenous Voices is a monthly talk show discussing topics affecting the native people of Maine and beyond, with Rhonda Frey and Meredith DeFrancesco.
An interview with Keller George, member of the Onieda tribe and president of the United South and Eastern Tribes (USET) discussing native issues at the national level. And an interview with Penobscot Chief Jim Sappier on USET and its impact on Maines tribes.