Environment

Is Our Energy Future Nuclear?

Welcome to the Podcast! Greetings, our valued readers, and welcome to this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution! We’re coming at you from New Jersey Revolution Radio, New Jersey’s one and only socialist podcast. Make sure to follow us on all of your social media, and with that said, let’s dive right into the discussion….

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Is Our Energy Future Nuclear?
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What is Climate Justice?

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather tackles the question of what does a just transition off fossil fuels look like. She is joined by Jocelyn Sawyer from Food and Water Watch and Alison Arne of New Jersey Organizing Project. They talk about what happens to workers, as well as the communities and…

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What is Climate Justice?
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Getting Dirty With Sanjay Chaudhari

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather sits down with gardening enthusiast and cannabis homegrow advocate Sanjay Chaudhari. They talk about how gardening can connect you to the past and bring joy, How homegrow should constitutionally be legal in NJ, and how hydroponic growth can be dangerous to you and the planet. Heather…

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Getting Dirty With Sanjay Chaudhari
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What Is Governor Murphy’s Energy Master Plan

In this mini episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather is joined by Food and Water Watch’s Matt Smith to talk about the New Jersey Energy Master Plan. Governor Murphy released this disappointing plan months later than expected. It falls short on a number of issues that Matt lays out and explains for us. There…

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What Is Governor Murphy’s Energy Master Plan
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Environment NJ With Doug O’Malley

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather sits down with Doug O’Malley from Environment NJ. They discuss 3 environmental topics relevant to New Jersey. An Auspicious Meeting Heather and Doug first met at a Pinelands Commission meeting about 2 years ago. The Commission barred the doors to the meeting room preventing dozens of…

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Environment NJ With Doug O’Malley
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Pinelands Roundup – 4/12/19

A New Commissioner This is a recap of the Pinelands Commission Meeting held on April 12, 2019. The first order is business attended to was swearing in of the new commissioner representing Atlantic County, Jerome H. Irick. Irick resides in Buena Township where he works as a farmer and engineer. A Clear Cut The first…

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Pine Barrens ORV : A follow up

In this edition of WWR, Heather sits down for a follow-up interview with activist and fellow Piney Jason Howell, Stewardship Coordinator for Pineland Preservation Alliance, the only private, nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting and preserving the Pine Barrens in Southern New Jersey. View the original article here Piney Power Before diving into the issues, Jason…

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Pine Barrens ORV : A follow up
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Small Victory, Big War

Just last night, environmentalists in New Jersey learned of a victory. RC Cape May Holdings issued a statement saying they are abandoning plans to retrofit the BL England Plant. For the better part of a decade environmentalists have fought construction of a pipeline through the highly protected Pinelands Reserve. A long fight The Pinelands Commission…

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Pinelands Corner 2-8-19: ORV Damage

The Pinelands Commission held their monthly meeting on Feb. 8th. The main topic of discussion was ORV damage in the reserve. John Bunnel presented the commission’s pond study, and he reported on wetland damage caused by off road vehicles. The study is titled “Vulnerability and Comparability of Natural and Created Wetlands”. Olivia Glen from the…

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A letter to Gov. Murphy

Dear Governor Murphy, There is both good and bad infrastructure development. An example of “good “is manufacture and placement of solar panels, windmills, repairing deteriorating roads and bridges, etc. The “bad” is allowing extremely high pressure pipelines carrying fracked gas to crisscross our pristine pinelands on this, the eve of Climate Catastrophe.  I fear that…

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Anarchy, Environmentalism, and Doug Peacock

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution Heather is thrilled to be joined by author, environmentalist, an activist Doug Peacock. This man is one of the great inspirations of the environmental movement in general and Heather specifically. So needless to say, she was a little in awe of getting to speak to Mr. Peacock….

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Anarchy, Environmentalism, and Doug Peacock
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People Over Pipelines President Demands an End to “Fossil Fuel Infrastructure.”

If we have any chance, we need to stop building fossil fuel infrastructure NOW! Angela Marsalas, President of People over Pipelines joins DIane Moxley.

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People Over Pipelines President Demands an End to “Fossil Fuel Infrastructure.”
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Growth for the sake of growth is the ideology of a cancer cell

  In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather interviews professor and climate scientist, Guy McPherson. Guy is an emeritus professor at University of Arizona and teaches in the School of Natural Resources. He joins Heather to talk about catastrophic climate change, capitalism, and near-term extinction. Guy McPherson Professor McPherson specializes in ecology and…

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Sierra Club Confuses Environmentalists

In this short episode, Heather joins Brian in a rant about the Sierra Club. The Sierra Club is one of the nation’s largest environmentalism groups. Heather works through the phases of grief about their recent endorsement of Jeff Van Drew. JVD has a 19% rating from Clean Water Action, yet confusingly The Sierra Club chose…

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Sierra Club Confuses Environmentalists
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Fighting For Clean Water And Social Justice An Interview With Food and Water Watch

This episode aired previously but never appeared in our RSS feed until today. Today on Wine, Women, and Revolution (The Socialist Podcast) Heather is joined in the studio by not one but two amazing activists, Lena Smith and Jocelyn Sawyer from Food and Water Watch NJ. Food and Water Watch is a grassroots organization fighting…

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Fighting For Clean Water And Social Justice An Interview With Food and Water Watch

 
 
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Immediate Action Needed To Stop Pipeline Construction!

Tonight on New Jersey Revolution Radio, Brian checks in with Heather to follow up with the Interview with Helen and Gail from the Atlantic County democrats. Then Heather issues a request for help from listeners to call Catherine McCabe from the NJDEP and Gov Murphy to tell them not to extend the 4 year old…

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Fighting For Clean Water And Social Justice: An Interview With Food and Water Watch

Today Heather is joined in the studio by not one but two amazing activists, Lena Smith and Jocelyn Sawyer from Food and Water Watch NJ. Food and Water Watch is a grassroots organization fighting for clean food and water for all, social justice, clean energy, and  an end to hydraulic fracking. They discuss local initiatives…

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Saving 32 Acres Part 2 Update WIth Brian and Jacqui

The struggle has continued in Ocean Township to save valuable undeveloped earth. Jacqui attended a township “Earth Day” event and spoke with locals about joining her in these important efforts. She has gained a following and formed “The Concerned Citizens of Ocean Township” to formalize the campaign under a banner. She held a meeting with…

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NJRR Special Earth Day Forum

Revolution was part of Earth Day from the start. Join our panel hosted by Theresa Markila with Matt Smith from Food and Water Watch, our very own Heather Warburton and Madelyn Hoffman (Director of New Jersey Peace Action) in a discussion about what Earth Day means to them. The group also explores the intersection of…

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Saving 32 Acres- Jacqui Wenzel With Brian and Heather

The township of Ocean New Jersey in Monmouth County is putting profit over people, and the safety of local environment. Our friend Jacqui Wenzel talks about the impact on her community, and Heather Warburton backs up Jackie’s environmental concerns with data about the areas “Impervious Ground Cover” being at critical levels already. You can listen…

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