Nov 18, 2013 — Landowners frustrated with the Cuomo Administration's unreasonable delays on hydro-fracking plan to file a lawsuit before the end of the year. Utica has become a hotbed for refugees and immigrants who have rebuilt and enlivened the city.
In the wake of devastating storms that ravaged much of the Hudson River watershed, environmental advocates and policy makers are evaluating the effect climate change has on the regions water resources. Elsewhere in the Great Lakes, microplastic pollution presents a very real threat to marine species who mistake tiny beads for food and ingest plastic.
In the second half hour Martha talks with Amy Ivy about the bitter end of the harvest season and winterizing the garden. Also, resident theater critic Connie Meng reviews "Hamlet (solo)" which is running at the National Arts Centre in Ottowa.