Living Downstream

 
 

Newark Energy CenterToday’s episode was reported and produced by Steve Mencher, Living Downstream's founding producer.

Find more resources for understanding and action here.

We featured music from Ben Miller.

The Living Downstream theme music is by David Schulman

Special thanks to Upaya Zen Center, the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation and its Poetry Program, and WEACT for Environmental Justice for sharing their webinars.

Chris Lee is radio executive producer and Darren LaShelle is the President and CEO of Northern California Public Media.

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Visit our website at norcalpublicmedia.org/living — There you can navigate to every episode we're produced since 2017. And if you follow the link to "Resources" many of the episodes have connections to more information and also to action you can take in your own community. Again, that's norcalpublicmedia.org/living

[Photo: The Newark Energy Center, a natural gas plant. According to the producers of The Sacrifice Zone, "[e]missions from the plant contribute to the numerous sources of air pollution in the Ironbound neighborhood of Newark, which impact residents’ health. Credit: Kristin Reimer]

Special thanks to everyone who has been involved with the podcast these past four years – especially the producers I've had a chance to work with and learn from.

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