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Eco Radio KC

KKFI 90.1 FM

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This podcast tracks the audio archives for “Eco Radio KC” show. EcoRadio KC explores our interdependence with the rest of the world, showing the connections between the ways we choose to live and the health of the whole community of life.

Latest Episodes

It’s time to garden!!

EcoRadio KC will have a round table discussion on gardens with Dennis Patton, Johnson County Kansas Horticulture Agent. Dennis specializes in Ornamentals, Turf and volunteer management of Extension Master Gardeners, but don’t worry, he knows about all growing things! As no table is round in Kansas City without Missouri involvement, Cory Creed, Field Specialist in […]

59 MINMAR 9
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It’s time to garden!!

Biodiversity Loss

On this show we have in-studio two distinguished professors from the Universityof Kansas, Dr. Leonard Krishtalka,Director of the Biodiversity Institute andProfessor of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, andDr. Jorge Soberon, Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, and Senior Scientist at the Biodiversity Institute. The first half of the show is a recording of a talk Dr.Krishtalka […]

59 MINMAR 3
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Biodiversity Loss

Friends of the KAW

Join hosts Richard Mabion and Dave Bennett Freeling as they sit down with young people who have been learning and teaching others about water quality in the KC area through the Kids About Water program (KAW). Find out how you can help the next generation maintain our waterways for drinking and recreation. We’ll also be […]

58 MINFEB 24
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Friends of the KAW

Friends of the KAW

Join hosts Richard Mabion and Dave Bennett Freeling as they sit down with young people who have been learning and teaching others about water quality in the KC area through the Kids About Water program (KAW). Find out how you can help the next generation maintain our waterways for drinking and recreation. We’ll also be […]

59 MINFEB 24
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Friends of the KAW

What is Happening to the Waters of the United States?

This week we get an update on the Waters of the United States (WOTUS) Rule that have been changed to weaken our health protections over the past year. It’s been a year since EPA held its only public hearing in KC, KS on proposals to change the rules. The discussion will be moderated by Host […]

59 MINFEB 17
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What is Happening to the Waters of the United States?

Craig Volland, Agriculture Committee Chair of the Kansas Sierra Club, warns us of CAFOs

Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) issued permits to the operators of four hog operations on two sites in Phillips and Norton Counties in Kansas and the Kansas Sierra Club filed for judicial review of that permit. On 12/6/19, the Kansas Sierra Club prevailed in the case. Craig Volland, Agriculture Committee Chair of the […]

59 MINJAN 20
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Craig Volland, Agriculture Committee Chair of the Kansas Sierra Club, warns us of CAFOs

How Gerrymandering Hurts the Environment in Missouri

John Hickey, Chapter Director of the Missouri Chapter of the Sierra Club will call our studio to discuss negative effects of gerrymandering with our live guest Kevin Grooms of the Thomas Hart Benton Kansas City Missouri Sierra Club group.Their research has shown Missouri voters are relatively split evenly by partisanship, half are Republican, half are […]

59 MINJAN 6
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How Gerrymandering Hurts the Environment in Missouri

Composting and CAFOs

First, Coco Castle and Meredith McAllister join host Craig Lubow to discuss composting on behalf of Compost Collective KC. Second, Annie Speicher Joins Craig for a discussion of her film, “Right to Harm”. The discussion will include adverse impacts of CAFOs. Home https://www.compostcollectivekc.com/ Our goal? Keep food waste out of the landfill and make it […]

56 MIN2019 DEC 3
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Composting and CAFOs

Plastic Bag Bans – The Unintended Consequences & Environmental Justice

In the first half, John Kurman joins host Craig Lubow to talk about plastic bag bans. Do they work? What are the unintended consequences? What are the alternatives? John is a long time environmental activist. He is currently associated with Bridging the Gap. During the second half Eco Radio hosts Craig Lubow, Richard Mabion, and […]

59 MIN2019 NOV 20
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Plastic Bag Bans – The Unintended Consequences & Environmental Justice

New Products Made From Recycled Plastics

On today’s show, Matt Riggs, Outreach Coordinator with Mid-America Regional Counsel (MARC) comes to the KKFI studio to discuss recycling plastics with our host, Teresa Wilke. MARC is a nonprofit association of city and county governments and the metropolitan planning organization for the bistate Kansas City region. MARC serves nine counties and 119 cities. MARC […]

58 MIN2019 NOV 4
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New Products Made From Recycled Plastics

Latest Episodes

It’s time to garden!!

EcoRadio KC will have a round table discussion on gardens with Dennis Patton, Johnson County Kansas Horticulture Agent. Dennis specializes in Ornamentals, Turf and volunteer management of Extension Master Gardeners, but don’t worry, he knows about all growing things! As no table is round in Kansas City without Missouri involvement, Cory Creed, Field Specialist in […]

59 MINMAR 9
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It’s time to garden!!

Biodiversity Loss

On this show we have in-studio two distinguished professors from the Universityof Kansas, Dr. Leonard Krishtalka,Director of the Biodiversity Institute andProfessor of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, andDr. Jorge Soberon, Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, and Senior Scientist at the Biodiversity Institute. The first half of the show is a recording of a talk Dr.Krishtalka […]

59 MINMAR 3
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Biodiversity Loss

Friends of the KAW

Join hosts Richard Mabion and Dave Bennett Freeling as they sit down with young people who have been learning and teaching others about water quality in the KC area through the Kids About Water program (KAW). Find out how you can help the next generation maintain our waterways for drinking and recreation. We’ll also be […]

58 MINFEB 24
Comments
Friends of the KAW

Friends of the KAW

Join hosts Richard Mabion and Dave Bennett Freeling as they sit down with young people who have been learning and teaching others about water quality in the KC area through the Kids About Water program (KAW). Find out how you can help the next generation maintain our waterways for drinking and recreation. We’ll also be […]

59 MINFEB 24
Comments
Friends of the KAW

What is Happening to the Waters of the United States?

This week we get an update on the Waters of the United States (WOTUS) Rule that have been changed to weaken our health protections over the past year. It’s been a year since EPA held its only public hearing in KC, KS on proposals to change the rules. The discussion will be moderated by Host […]

59 MINFEB 17
Comments
What is Happening to the Waters of the United States?

Craig Volland, Agriculture Committee Chair of the Kansas Sierra Club, warns us of CAFOs

Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) issued permits to the operators of four hog operations on two sites in Phillips and Norton Counties in Kansas and the Kansas Sierra Club filed for judicial review of that permit. On 12/6/19, the Kansas Sierra Club prevailed in the case. Craig Volland, Agriculture Committee Chair of the […]

59 MINJAN 20
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Craig Volland, Agriculture Committee Chair of the Kansas Sierra Club, warns us of CAFOs

How Gerrymandering Hurts the Environment in Missouri

John Hickey, Chapter Director of the Missouri Chapter of the Sierra Club will call our studio to discuss negative effects of gerrymandering with our live guest Kevin Grooms of the Thomas Hart Benton Kansas City Missouri Sierra Club group.Their research has shown Missouri voters are relatively split evenly by partisanship, half are Republican, half are […]

59 MINJAN 6
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How Gerrymandering Hurts the Environment in Missouri

Composting and CAFOs

First, Coco Castle and Meredith McAllister join host Craig Lubow to discuss composting on behalf of Compost Collective KC. Second, Annie Speicher Joins Craig for a discussion of her film, “Right to Harm”. The discussion will include adverse impacts of CAFOs. Home https://www.compostcollectivekc.com/ Our goal? Keep food waste out of the landfill and make it […]

56 MIN2019 DEC 3
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Composting and CAFOs

Plastic Bag Bans – The Unintended Consequences & Environmental Justice

In the first half, John Kurman joins host Craig Lubow to talk about plastic bag bans. Do they work? What are the unintended consequences? What are the alternatives? John is a long time environmental activist. He is currently associated with Bridging the Gap. During the second half Eco Radio hosts Craig Lubow, Richard Mabion, and […]

59 MIN2019 NOV 20
Comments
Plastic Bag Bans – The Unintended Consequences & Environmental Justice

New Products Made From Recycled Plastics

On today’s show, Matt Riggs, Outreach Coordinator with Mid-America Regional Counsel (MARC) comes to the KKFI studio to discuss recycling plastics with our host, Teresa Wilke. MARC is a nonprofit association of city and county governments and the metropolitan planning organization for the bistate Kansas City region. MARC serves nine counties and 119 cities. MARC […]

58 MIN2019 NOV 4
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New Products Made From Recycled Plastics
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