August 16, 2022

HMM 08 – 15 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Mark Dunlea’s report on efforts by the New York Public Interest Research Group to get New York to pass a Climate Change Superfund Act.

Next, producer Sally Becker talks with staff from Scenic Hudson about the Hudson River Natural Resource Damage Reports.

Then, I bring you an on-site report from Wednesday’s “soft” opening of a new lending tool library in Albany.

After that, our Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry covers Saturday’s “Healing in Our Vision Community Cookout” at Prospect Park in Troy.

Finally, retired meteorologist High Johnson joins us to discuss the climate gamut from droughts to monsoons.

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