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Internet Radio Show: Here and Now

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Streaming on internet radio, this noon news magazine show originating daily from WBUR in Boston. The show offers an eclectic mix of current events, cultural stories, interviews, and more.


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Best Cookbooks Of 2019; Icelandic Environmentalist On Climate Change
Here & Now resident chef Kathy Gunst joins hosts Robin Young and Tonya Mosley with her list of favorite cookbooks of 2019. Also, scientists are armed with the facts about climate change, but too often they're not equipped with the words to express the gravity. That's where Andri Magnason, one of Iceland's premiere environmentalists, shines. Here & Now visited him and attended one of his performances.
Iceland Fishery Prioritizes Environmentalism; Afghanistan Papers
One of Iceland's largest fisheries is proving it's possible to prioritize environmental friendly practices and remain profitable. Host Robin Young visited Brim Fisheries, one of Iceland's largest, to find out how they're doing it. And, Afghanistan veteran Jason Dempsey responds to The Washington Post's reporting that revealed the U.S. government lied to the American people about the war in Afghanistan.
Turning CO2 To Rock In Iceland; Emotional Learning In School
In Iceland, scientists are using new technology to capture carbon emissions and inject them into basalt deposits. Some scientists are calling it a potential solution to the global climate crisis. Also, the Millennium School in San Francisco not only emphasizes subjects like math and language arts, but also students' emotional well-being. David Freudberg of Humankind reports.

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