Friday, January 04, 2008

The Fuelish New Year Enviro Show













New Year’s Greetings Earthlings, will this one be better than the last? You better hope it will! We’ll be speaking with David Blume author of "Alcohol Can Be A Gas!" about gasohol/ethanol and have a look at other alternative fuels. Also, on the award winning Enviro Show, a New Year’s reflection on post-holiday glut. With that in mind, there’s a "must see" doing the rounds on the Web, checkout The Story of Stuff. If you don’t have access to a computer send $10 for the DVD to Story of Stuff, 1442A Walnut Street #272, Berkeley, CA 94709. Finally, we’ll dish out some "chewy rhetoric" during our Darth Cheney and Enviro Show Echo Chamber segments, but first it’s time for....... Revenge of the Critters! A special New Year extended segment: Hold that Tiger! Tatiana takes out taunter.




On the Enviro Show Echo chamber we climb onboard the media bus with just about everyone whose covered our hometown boys made good: Greasecar.com. We review some of the Q&A on their website about the wonders of running that ol’ beater on Straight Veggie Oil. On our blog there’s always time for a commercial break! Checkout Joe for Oil if you’re having trouble keeping that furnace going. Nothin’ like choosing between heat and food to keep you on your toes when it's below zero! From the Washington Post via the Globe: Massachusetts sues EPA on Emmissions. Gosh, maybe that belongs in the Darth Cheney segment, after all it’s Big Oil’s EPA.



"When the oil runs dry", by Dave Rovics takes us to our Interview with David Blume. Then it's time for...(groan)...umm, Glen? Is it over yet? How come it’s a new year and these guys in the White House are still with us?? What’s the Bush countdown clock say? It seems the Bush regime rated 11th place in Grist’s Top Green stories of 2007. Was it for the Bush regime's stellar record on the environment? We don’t think so!




Finally, we checkout the Bus Stop Billboard:

Thursday, Jan 3 10, 17, 24; 4 - 5 pm. Weekly Green Energy Vigil!!
Wells Fountain, Junction of Linden and Main, Brattleboro, VT
We will be here every week until Vermont Yankee is closed. Come join US!!
for more info 802-387-4060

Saturday, January 12; 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m: Birds and Bird Feeders with Ted Watt. Hitchcock Center for the Environment, 525 South Pleasant Street
Amherst. Call (413) 256-6006. These family science days are designed for families with children ages 5-8, with adults participating along with their children. Non-member: $6 per person.


Thursday January 10th 9am-5pm
Friday January 11th 9am-5pm
Saturday January 12th 9am-2pm
Thursday January 17th 9am-5pm
Friday January 18th 9am-5pm
Saturday January 19th 9am-2pm

Nuestras Raices greenhouse moving project. A huge (40’ x 80’), state-of-the-art greenhouse has been donated by Chicopee Comp High School. We have to dismantle the greenhouse by the end of January and bring the pieces to the farm in Holyoke for storage. Please contact Eric at (413) 531-2767 or erict@nuestras-raices.org if you can help us out.


Saturday 1/12 Newport RI
Sunday 1/13 Bristol/Providence RI
Monday 1/14 Oneca CT - Voluntown CT
Tuesday 1/15 Rest Day
Wednesday 1/16 Norwich CT
Thursday 1/17 New London/Niantic
Friday 1/18 ---> East Hartford CT / Hartford CT
Saturday 1/19 call for more information

Walk for a New Spring (partial itinerary); No nukes, peace and sanity for the world. For more detailed information please call or email: Walk4NewSpring@gmail.com; (413)695 7404 or (413)695 2871.


That's it. We are out of here. Let's hope '08 will be great! But remember, in order for that to happen you must.....listen to your Mother!

1 Comments:

Anonymous benigngirl said...

Love the blog. I know Justin, greasecar inventor, from when we had studios in the same building in Florence. I have never been able to afford to convert my car but I *do* run biodiesel as it is readily available in Holyoke. I added you to my blogroll at www.benigngirl.wordpress.com. My blog is not about my radio show but is sort of an extension of its freestyling and random format. Best wishes for an impactful year of the rat.

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