Monday, January 28, 2013

Our new podcast: Interviews with NJ Spotlight Energy reporter Tom Johnson and NJ State Senator Bob Smith



Welcome to our new EnviroPolitics Podcast.

If you're not familiar with the term podcast, just think of it as a radio show that you access via the Internet.

In our first episode on January 11, we spoke  with Tavia Danch of  Clean Ocean Action to learn what her organization is doing to match up volunteers with towns and homeowners who need help cleaning up after superstorm Sandy.

Today, in Episode 2, we visit NJ Spotlight's Energy Roundtable. You'll hear energy reporter Tom Johnson talk about alternative fuel vehicles and Bob Smith, chairman of the NJ Senate's Environment and Energy Committee, discuss:
  1. how a court decision is complicating dune-rebuilding after Superstorm Sandy, and
  2. legislation that he says could help turn NJ into the Saudi Arabia of solar energy.  
 Let us know what you think of the show. Subscribe to it in the iTunes podcast directory.

Related environmental news stories:
NJ Moving Closer to Cheaper, Greener Transportation, Experts Say  
Experts: Clean energy goals still a priority, post-Sandy


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