Following on from my last request for feedback, I’ve now got a new request for you awesome people: Questions. Many of my posts were inspired by a single question that someone asked me casually in conversation, which I attempted to answer in a rambling and lengthy reply. 163 more words
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In this episode, Dave explores the impact of climate change on the world’s oceans with Heather Goldstone, host of “Living Lab on the Point,” from WCAI on Cape Cod. 46 more words
Arctic wildlife expert Steven Brown talks about his work tracking wildlife in the arctic, including the time he was stalked by a particularly unfriendly bear. Host Dave McGlinchey also talks with Brown about his upcoming expeditions tracking birds, and the tension between wildlife preservation and oil drilling. 10 more words
Where do we get power from? Don’t our windmills on the hills by Idaho Falls generate power for California?
Question Asked by Megan, 4th Grade, Rimrock Elementary
Answered by Vaughn Rasmussen, Senior Customer and Community Manager, Rocky Mountain Power in Idaho
Rocky Mountain Power generates electricity for its customers in Ammon, together with the other areas we serve, from a number of different sources. 703 more words