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Eco’s Get Out and Hike! – November 23, 2017

In Eco Report’s latest feature of “Get out and Hike!”, Eco Report’s Jan walker interviews  Dave Simcox about Dilcher -Turner Canyon.

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Eco Feature- November 23, 2017

In today’s Eco Feature, Norm Holy speaks with William Moomaw, climate scientist, environmental policy expert, and contributor to the International Panel on Climate Change.  Moomaw discusses the importance of forest in carbon capture.

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Eco Report – November 23, 2017

Eco Report is a weekly program providing independent media coverage of environmental and ecological issues with a focus on local, state and regional people, issues, and events in order to foster open discussion of human relationships with nature and the Earth and to encourage you to take personal responsibility for the world in which we live. Each program features timely …

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Daily Local News – November 22, 2017

The Indiana Department of Transportation is warning holiday-goers that road work and lane restrictions will still be in place along highway 37 during Thanksgiving. Project-based Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math, or ‘STEAM’ curriculum continues to be a priority at the Richland Bean Blossom Community School Corporation. The Edgewood Junior High band, choir and dance teams are preparing for 2018 …

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IU Foundation President Defends Off-Shore Investments

On November 8, The New York Times published an article about university foundations avoiding taxes on their endowments, many of which are in the billions of dollars, by investing in overseas corporations. The Indiana University Foundation was mentioned within the first sentence of the article. According to documents provided to the Times from a leak at a Bermudan law firm, …

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Holiday Heads-up II

Here are the top four scams that are targeting you during the Holidays, according to the BBB. You’d better watch out, whatever you try – or you’re going to pout, I’m tellin’ you why!

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Community Concern Over Proposed Waste Transfer Facility

The proposed plan to develop a waste transfer station on Bloomington’s Northwest side is stirring up controversy. County Councilmember Shelli Yoder originally sponsored the proposed transfer station’s Department of Environmental Management permit. Yoder has since stepped down from that role, and is succeeded by Bloomington engineer and architect Jeff Fanyo. The proposed Solid Waste Transfer station—which would accept garbage from …

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Everyday People: Holiday Stress

In this episode of Everyday People, Stacey and Courtney discuss how to make the holidays bearable for elderly family members and their caregivers.

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Interchange – Censorship and Sensibility: Story and First Person Provocation

“Censorship and Sensibility” features local author and film scholar Joan Hawkins in conversation with writer Laurie Stone. Stone was in town to read from her latest book as part of the Player’s Pub Spoken Word series organized by the Writers Guild at Bloomington. A longtime writer for the Village Voice, theater critic for The Nation and critic-at-large on Fresh Air, …

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Interchange – Censorship and Sensibility: Extended Version

EXTENDED VERSION: “Censorship and Sensibility” features local author and film scholar Joan Hawkins in conversation with writer Laurie Stone. Stone was in town to read from her latest book as part of the Player’s Pub Spoken Word series organized by the Writers Guild at Bloomington. A longtime writer for the Village Voice, theater critic for The Nation and critic-at-large on Fresh …

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