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The New American Economy is a radio program broadcast live every Wednesday, 1-2pm ET, out of Pittsburgh, PA starting May 3, 2017. Tune in to hear about emerging trends in energy, manufacturing, transportation, food & water, and lifestyle. The purpose of this program is to help people in working families visualize a new economy that is just, socially equitable and environmentally sustainable, and to help people see emerging opportunities and challenges. You can find out more about the program here.
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January 17, 2018: Martin Luther King’s Work Is Not Done!
The Economic Policy Institute has found that the race disparity in wages has grown since 1968. We discuss the complex pieces of the puzzle with Valerie Wilson, labor economist and director of the Economic Policy Institute’s Program on Race, Ethnicity…
January 10, 2018: Healing Our Critical Resources With Better Farming Practices
This week on The New American Economy with Dr Patricia DeMarco has Katherine Paul on the program from The Organic Consumers Association to talk about regenerative and organic agriculture. We discuss what people are doing to make our food productions…
January 3, 2018: Psychology and Climate Change
This week on The New American Economy with Dr Patricia DeMarco we have Dr Renee Lertzman on the program to talk about psychological effects environmental activism and climate change. Dr Lertzman explains how people will tend to give up when presented…
December 20, 2017: NAE 2017 Wrap Up
December 20, 2017: NAE 2017 Wrap Up This week on the New American Economy with Dr Patrician DeMarco we talk about the many staples of the new American economy and the many ways in which we are all working to shift int his new 4th wave of the industri…
December 13, 2017: Preserving our National Parks and Wildlife Refuges in Times of Budget Slashing
America has long seen bi-partisan support for National Parks and the National Wildlife refuge system. Why were they established, and how has their purpose changed over the years? Are they effective? Dr. Patricia DeMarco invites Mark Madison, Fish and…