This weekend on EcoTalk Betsy’s guests are
Congresswoman Hilda Solis (D-CA East LA) will tell us about the so called Gas Act, the raucous GOP (Getting Outrageously Pushy) House vote on legislation to relax restrictions on oil refineries. She led a drive for an alternative bill.
Listen (11 min)
A solar decathlon underway near the Washington mall will also also be a focus – college students from around the country competing to build the greenest house to show the public, and politicians, what’s possible – we’ll speak with Tor Allen of the Rahus Institute and Cal Poly student Robert Johnson. Listen (6 min)
Our third segment is devoted to solar pioneers Joyce Mason, Vice-President Marketing for Pardee Homes building the nation’s first 100% solar-powered housing development and developer Jack Fleming creating the first solar-powered seniors home. Listen (11 min)
LISTEN to the whole show (37 min)
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