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Bottled Water and the Plastic It Comes In<br><br>
Bottled Water and the Plastic It Comes In

Contribution: $30.00

Guests: Dr. Sandra Steingraber, author of "Living Downstream," cancer survivor and scientist; Ruth Caplan of Alliance for Democracy and Sierra Club Water Privatization Task Force

What are the health ramifications of the different plastics that bottled water comes in? What are the environmental ramifications of bottled water? Are there regulations that protect bottled water? How safe is tap water? Who owns the water? What can the average person do to improve water quality?









Golden Age and Eco-Logic Ecology Old Time Radio shows
Golden Age and Eco-Logic Ecology Old Time Radio shows
Contribution: $35.00

Ken Gale and Max Schmid join forces to present programs about the ecology and
related subjects as depicted via the world of Old Time Radio. Bird watching,
weather, disasters, pollution, and more.
In Other News Geoengineering Debates -DVD
In Other News Geoengineering Debates -DVD
Contribution: $35.00

Description:
Four hours of powerful, game changing discussions recorded live on WBAI. Geoff
Brady moderated the exchange of conflicting viewpoints on the topic of
geoengineering and climate change to facilitate a better understanding of an
emotionally charged and intentionally muddied topic. As many have become
convinced that real time weather climate control (AKA geoengineering operations)
are conducted across this planet, yet within the halls of academia (and think
tanks) scientists and weather experts relay to the outside world that
geoengineering is not happening but would be necessary in an emergency. These
debates examine the evidence from their perspectives.

Guest – Dane Wigington, lead researcher with geoengineeringwatch.org who
claims available evidence indicates that climate engineering operations have
been fully deployed. Dane has a background in solar energy and forestry health.
Dane is focused on the climate engineering issue and says ongoing geoengineering
operations have created many of the catastrophic environmental effects we
witness today.

In the first hour, Professor Paul Beckwith, a physicist and engineer joins Dane
in the discussion. Professor Beckwith is a part-time professor at the University
of Ottawa, laboratory of paleoclimatology and is in a Ph.D. program, with a
focus on Abrupt Climate System Change and is also at Carlton University,
department of Geography and Environmental studies. Mr. Beckwith does not believe
global climate engineering operations have been deployed.

In the second hour, Dane is joined by Professor Douglas MacMartin, a Senior
Research Associate and Senior Lecturer in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
at Cornell and a research Professor in Computing + Mathematical Sciences at the
California Institute of Technology. Since 2006, Professor MacMartin has focused
on what is termed “the largest control problem” – geoengineering. Its the
idea that one might offset some of the consequences of climate change by
reflecting some sunlight back to space.
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Second Debate :

Patrick Wood is a leading and critical expert on Sustainable Development, Green
Economy, Agenda's 21, and 2030 and the history of Technocracy. He is the author
of Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation (2015) and
co-author of Trilaterals Over Washington, Volumes I and II (1978-1980) with the
late Antony C. Sutton. Wood is a leading expert on the elitist Trilateral
Commission, and their policies and achievements in creating their
self-proclaimed “New International Economic Order” which is the essence of
Sustainable Development on a global scale.

Professor Paul Beckwith returns for round two. Professor Paul Beckwith explores
the data showing rapidly changing weather patterns. Beckwith said he would look
in to Dane's research on real time climate engineering indicating that ongoing
geoengineering programs are a major causal factor related to the accelerating
climate disasters and disruptions.
A Back Room Deal for the 1%: TPP - DVD
A Back Room Deal for the 1%: TPP - DVD
Contribution: $40.00

Basic and detailed information about the Trans-Pacific Partnership. What is
TPP? It's explained. What's the difference between NAFTA and TPP? It's
explained. Why did it take some Organized Labor so long to oppose TPP? How is
TPP pro-fracking? Why would any local congressman support it? It's all
explained.

The Joseph S. Murphy Institute for Worker Education and Labor Studies presented
a forum entitled “A Back-Room Deal For The 1%; The Trans-Pacific
Partnership.” The speakers were: Arthur Stamoulis, Executive Director of
Citizens Trade Campaign, Celeste Drake, Trade and Globalization Policy
Specialist with the AFL-CIO, and Kian Frederick, New York State Director of
Citizens Trade Campaign.
Election 2016 and the Environment
Election 2016 and the Environment
Contribution: $40.00

Mainstream media and the major candidates won't talk about the environment when
they talk about the election, so I discussed it with author Ted Glick and
activist Andrea Miller.
Butterflies - Their Beauty, Conservation and Importance -DVD
Butterflies - Their Beauty, Conservation and Importance -DVD
Contribution: $40.00

Butterflies are beautiful, diverse, an important part of a healthy eco-system,
and in need of our help.

They have been one of the first warning signs of global climate change.

This Eco-Logic dvd has a panel of scientists, authors and butterfly enthusiasts:
Carol Butler, Harry Zirlin, Rick Cech and Mercy Van Vlack.
Pope's Climate Encyclical Panel Discussion
Pope's Climate Encyclical Panel Discussion
Contribution: $40.00

A discussion on dvd of the Pope Francis 2015 Climate Encyclical recorded at
WBAI-FM by Charlie Olson of Environment TV. Panelists were Steve Knight of
GreenFaith, Corinne Willinger of the NYC Raging Grannies, Dr. Marian Ronan of
the New York Theological Seminary and Rev. Donna Schaper of Judson Memorial
Church.
3D Printing Discussion - DVD
3D Printing Discussion - DVD
Contribution: $40.00

3D printing will have a profound effect on the economy plus air & water quality.
It's a type of home manufacturing. Thousands of 3D printers are currently in
homes and schools.This discussion with two 3D Printing Aficionados, James
Carpino and Kurt Wendt, explores the present and future.
WBAI Wormhole Certificate
WBAI Wormhole Certificate
Contribution: $50.00

Your very own Wormhole Certificate signed by the theoretical physicist Michio Kaku.

Eco-Logic 2-show CD:  Health Effects of Indoor Plants and The First Anniversary Of the BP Blow Out
Eco-Logic 2-show CD: Health Effects of Indoor Plants and The First Anniversary Of the BP Blow Out
Contribution: $50.00

This CD includes 2 shows:

"The Health Effects of Indoor Plants": Guests: M.J. Gilhooley and John Mini, horticulturalists and Madelyn Simon of Plants at work What indoor plants do for the air quality of our homes and office, our health and student and worker productivity. The guests also help with choosing the right plant.

AND

"The First Anniversary of the BP Blowout in the Gulf of Mexico" Guests: Carl Safina, Founder of Blue Ocean Institute What happened down there? Where did the underwater plume of oil go? How did it affect the fish, shrimp, whales, and dolphins? How can we keep this from happening again?