HMM 06 – 25 – 21
Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
First, Mark Dunlea speaks with Barbara Heinzen of the Clean Air Coalition of Greater Ravena and Coeymans about the Low Embedded Carbon Concree Leadership Act, which she says opens the door to waste incineration and promotes carbon capture technology.
Then, Sally Becker speaks with Eileen Venn of the Capital Region’s chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction.
After that, Moses Nagle speaks with the organizers of Albany’s Reclaim Pride event on Sunday June 27, which aims to refocus pride on supporting the struggles of queer and trans people.
Then, Sina Basila Hickey will talk with RPI Professor and HMM host, Guy Schaffer, about making space to talk about climate change in the classroom.
And to close out the show, Sanctuary Interns Lizzy Kramer and Claire Hutchinson interview bioartist Paul Vanouse about his work on genomes and deconstructing race, and the opening of the Sanctuary’s Nature Lab this weekend.