Friday, November 8, 2013
Michael Catania has played a major role for more than two decades in environmental legislation, regulation and conservation in New Jersey.
We interview Michael in our newest podcast episode that will be available this afternoon.
[UPDATED AT 6 P.M.: The episode is now available on our podcast website. Or you can launch the 28- minute audio by clicking here]
We'll discuss major environmental laws, like the Pinelands Act, that he helped draft when he worked for the Office of Legislative Services, his time at the NJ Department of Environmental Protection, his recent leadership in conservation projects, and Michael's newest challenge at Duke Farms. We think you'll like it.
Have no idea of what a podcast is? Think of it as a radio show on the Internet.
Check out our previous episodes on iTunes or on our EnviroPolitics Podcast website
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