November 16, 2021

HMM 11 – 15 – 21

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin by heading to the Governor’s Mansion where climate activists held a die-in and rally to call on state lawmakers to take action on climate;
Then, we hear about the report that was put out by ORVI saying that the hydrofracking boom is heading to bust;
Later on, Gaby Hall asks Microsoft’s General Manager of Worldwide Sales for Internet of Things, Nicole Denil about how Smart Devices are protecting our data;
After that, Christian and Andrew of More Trees Arborist Collective talk about the Emerald Ash Borer and how the term “invasive” misses the link to colonization;
Finally, we hear from The Stitching Exchange founder which brings together immigrants looking for community and English speaking experience while learning new stitching techniques;

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