Sustainability

In The Studio - Yolo Community Care Continuum

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Episode #719

Madeline Hamaguchi hosts Michele Kellogg, Executive Director YCCC, and Debbie Woodsford, Director of Development for YCCC.

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topics discussed include: motivational interviewing, services to help live independent lives, help to get jobs for clients w/mental illness and the success it gives the clients, "The Farm" facility they have for training skills, a grant they received for The Farm.

Recorded: 06/15/17.

In The Studio - Greywater Showcase

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Alex Silva hosts Leslie Crenna, of Water Wise Davis and Cool Davis.

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topics discussed include: Showcase July 12 at Senior Center, 5:30-7:30pm, types of greywater, various systems used to recover greywater and its uses, the event, guests and what attendees can expect, why greywater recycling is still relevant despite record rainfalls this past winter.

OLLI presents - Dr. Lisa Aultman-Hall - The Future of Transportation: Are Airplanes and Autonomous Vehicles Really Sustainable?

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OLLI, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, presents Dr. Lisa Aultman-Hall and her lecture 'The Future of Transportation: Are Airplanes and Autonomous Vehicles Really Sustainable?'

Populist Dialogues - Now for Universal Affordable Health Care

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Host David Delk talks with Lee Mercer, President of Health Care For All Oregon on the problems of Obamacare, Trump(Ryan)Care, and how a universal affordable health care system would solve those problems. Includes a history of how the American system developed; and a description of various proposals to create a single payer system, nationally and in Oregon.

The Language of Business - Seasonal Businesses

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A nice steady income can be a luxury at times. If you are in a traditional job, you can expect a salary that will last throughout the year, but some businesses are seasonal by nature. Greg Stoller looks at four enterprises traditionally tied to the weather, and looks at how they turn into a year-round endeavor.