Returning to the show is Shane Coffield, UCI Earth System Science PhD Candidate, bringing his latest findings about how California’s forests are losing their capacity to stash our carbon emissions. This recent UCI study on how higher heat will limit ecosystem’s role in removing atmospheric CO2, was published in the American Geophysical Union Journal. Joining Shane and James Randerson on this project were: Kyle Hemes, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment at Stanford University; Charles Koven, Climate & Ecosystem Sciences Division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; and Michael Goulden, UCI professor of Earth system science and ecology & evolutionary biology. “Inside the 45th” Part 4 (minute 38:44) is Evan Duran, Irvine resident and soon to be graduate of Cal. State Fullerton University business administration major. Listeners are invited to contact the host at: firstname.lastname@example.org to participate in the “Inside the 45th” segment, or comment on the show’s programming.
Norberto Santana, founding publisher and editor in Chief of the Voice of OC trains his penetrating and seasoned journalistic eye on the Orange County Board of Supervisors. With billions of public money being spent, and not being spent, transparency is the watch word and civic engagement is the remedy. The next Board of Supervisor public meeting is this Tuesday, July 27th. Music credits: The Comet is Coming, “New Age,” Channel The Spirits album; Shabaka and the Ancestors, “Behold the Deceiver” We Are Sent Here by History – album. http://www.kuci.org/podcastfiles/1682/SantanaPod7-26-21.mp3
For the full hour we hear from University High soon-to-be junior Aniyah Shen. With stunning comportment, she talks about how she has been genuinely building and merging her love of science and literature as an individual and as a group member.
Music credits: Greg Foat, “Symphonie Pacifique;” Ted Coleman Band, ”Sweet Bird,” Taking Care of Business – album.
Acclaimed director, performer, and educator Brooke Aston brings “Ordinary Days,” a musical by Adam Gwon, in a filmed-staged production at a special outdoor, drive-in venue in Tustin 7-24 at 8 pm. This is the sign of life as The Wayward Artists return to life, honk honk. https://www.thewaywardartist.org for tickets and other information. Brooke also posts us on how artists are resuming their creative work as the pandemic dims ever so slowly. Music credits: The Comet is Coming, “New Age,” Channel The Spirits album; The Wayward Artist production “Ordinary Days.”
Ion Sancho, after a 38 year career in supervising elections in Leon County, (Tallahassee) and around FL, has the long view of the health of our republic. Mounting suppression and subversion measures from state legislatures and the courts challenge the citizenry to hold the democracy together. This portion of the interview includes auditing and cyber security.
Music credits: Devon Gilfillian, “What’s Going On,” featuring Jasmin Cephas Jones, What’s Going On – album.
Irvine Watchdog Co-chair, Richard Green looks under the hood of the recently created OC Power Authority; transparency and accountability are in very short supply, residents and ratepayers in: Irvine, Huntington Beach, and Fullerton. Watchdog is keeping an eye on the Racquet Club of Irvine property as plans for rezoning and an amendment to Irvine’s General Plan are being considered. In the super heating real estate market of Irvine, we all can keep an eye on a flurry of rezoning to bid up the value of properties around the city. Listeners interested in appearing in the new segment, “Inside the 45th” are invited to contact the host: email@example.com.
Ion Sancho, after a 38 year career in supervising elections in Leon County, (Tallahassee) and around FL, has the long view of the health of our republic. Mounting suppression and subversion measures from state legislatures and the courts challenge the citizenry to hold the democracy together. The extended portion of this interview is available in Part 2. Music credits: The Comet is Coming, “New Age,” Channel The Spirits – album. http://www.kuci.org/podcastfiles/1682/SanchoPod7-12-21.mp3
Branda Lin returns with still more insight as co-founder of Irvine Watchdog, holding Irvine elected and appointed officials accountable. Sometimes just looking at the administration of the Great Park, informs plenty about local leadership.
In the second segment (minute 38:30), “Inside the 45th” features Laguna Woods resident Metche Franke. Listeners living within the CA 45th Congressional District, who would like to speak out in this segment are welcome to contact the host at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Music credits: Greg Foat, “Symphonie Pacifique;” Walt Wagner Trio, “Facade,” Trajectory; Uptown String Quartet, “You Are Special;” A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood film; Floating Points, “Bias” Mayfield Depot Mix, Bias – album.
Nancy Cohen president and founder, and Mona Shah vice president of external affairs of the recently established Gender Equity Policy Institute, present a new report, “Failing the Climate Justice Test; An Analysis of CA’s Projected Climate Resilience Funding and It’s Affect on Californians by Race Region and Gender.” Two tool-belts take on the pile of debris on today’s show. Music credits: The Comet is Coming, “New Age,” Channel The Spirits – album; Emancipator, “Labyrinth,” Mountain of Memory – album. http://www.kuci.org/podcastfiles/1682/CohenShahPod7-5-21.mp3