July 12, 2022

HMM 07 – 11 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Mark Dunlea talking with Albany Councilwoman Carolyn McLaughlin about the South End Neighborhood Association’s action plan to address air pollution and other health issues.

Then, our Plastics Correspondent Alexis Goldsmith joins us to share tips on reducing plastic pollution when picnicking.

Later on, Portia Munson talks to Sina Basila Hickey about her piece “Reflecting Pool,” a large collection of discarded plastics, currently on exhibit at Art Omi.

After that, I’m talking about four cool and quirky kids books with Carol Roberts, Troy’s Young People’s Services Librarian.

Finally, retired meteorologist Hugh Johnson joins us to discuss the impact of heat waves on people and economics.

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