Sustainability

Perils for Pedestrians

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We visit Fergus Falls, Minnesota.

- We talk with a member of the bicycle and pedestrian advisory committee.

- We learn about Pedal Fergus Falls.

- The West Central Initiative helps small towns with pedestrian issues.

- We head north of the border to meet an advocate in Regina, Saskatchewan.

Perils for Pedestrians

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We visit St. Paul, Minnesota.

America Walks holds the National Walking Summit.

We talk with the chair of the local host committee.

We learn about Our Streets Minneapolis.

We get the thoughts of a pedestrian advocate.

We hear from the Deputy Mayor.

In The Studio - Valley Clean Energy

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Autumn Labbe-Renault hosts Lucas Frerichs, Board Chair and Mitch Sears, General Manager, both of Valley Clean Energy.

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topics discussed include: why offering this, how it works, who is opting out, 17 programs being offered throughout the state and how they came to be, partneership with SMUD, and who else is involved.

Recorded 05/17/18.

Perils for Pedestrians

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-- We travel to Indianapolis to talk with the executive director of Health By Design, and learn about The Cultural Trail.

-- We meet the Indianapolis Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator.

-- We learn about the Springfield-Sangamon County Regional Planning Commission in Springfield, Illinois.

In The Studio - Bird Boxes 101

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Matt Blake hosts Jessica Schlarbaum, Specialist, American Kestral Box building/installation.

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topics discussed include: bird box installation, American Kestrels, bbirds of prey, why it's good to keep birds of prey around, California Raptor Center, partnerships with Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of America and with Center for Land-based Learning.

Recorded 02/22/18.

Davis Futures Forum & Cool Davis presents David Garcia

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David Garcia, Policy Director with the UC Berkeley Terner Center for Housing Innovation, frames the conversation with some housing history and lead into ideas on housing policy, as well as some thoughts regarding construction costs of affordable housing.

David's talk is followed by a diverse panel of Davis stakeholders to present a Davis perspective on the issue.

Presented by Cool Davis and Davis Futures Forum.

Recorded by Davis Media Access on February 7, 2018.

Perils for Pedestrians

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A crosswalk enforcement operation in Bethesda, Maryland.

Topeka, Kansas, has a new pedestrian master plan.

Topeka Metro's bikeshare system and bus stop improvements.

Lawrence, Kansas, and the Lawrence Pedestrian Coalition.

The impact of broken sidewalks on elderly pedestrians in Lawrence.