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EPISODE 6 HOUSING AND CLIMATE
Host Julie B Adler, a lawyer, non-profit executive, radio producer, writer and artist, speaks with Bill Moomaw , lead author of 5 Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change Reports, including the one that won the Nobel Peace Prize for Climate Change in 2007, and Margot Moomaw, his wife and partner in building a Net. Zero House in the Northern Berkshires in Massachusetts completed in 2008. Margo is an expert in renovating and retrofitting homes and buildings to sustainable standards.
Their discussion provides insights into choosing a site, siting the. house, building a design team, and the many considerations on materials and systems used outside and inside that go into making a home that is healthy for its inhabitants and healthy for the climate. Bill discusses action being taken to combat climate change. Both Bill and Margot provide ideas for discussion among the generations and recommended actions for living well into the future.
William Moomaw: https://fletcher.tufts.edu/people/faculty/william-moomaw
Bruce Coldham, Architect:
C and H architects.com
Marc. Rosenbaum, engineer
Supported in part by Berkshire OLLI Changing Aging SIG, and WTBRFM. It can be heard on WTBR 89.7 FM, Pittsfield, Saturday nights at 7 and at wtbrfm.com/podcasts, apple podcasts, google play, stitcher and wherever you listen to podcasts. You can ask your smart device to play Living Well Into The Future. You can subscribe too, so you never miss an episode.
EPISODE 5 GOOD DESIGN FOR A HEALTHY FUTURE
Host Julie B Adler, a lawyer, non-profit executive, radio producer, writer and artist, speaks with Ted Flato, FAIA, principal and founder with David Lake of the award-winning architectural firm LAKE/FLATO, 67, and LAKE/FLATO Project Architect Evan Morris, AIA, LEED AP BD +C , 33, bout the considerations that go into homes whether single family homes, apartments, or dormitories that are grounded in landscape, weather, and sustainability. This episode delves into the tools they use, choices and decisions about materials and building methods, and what goes into designing and building structures with future generations and uses in mind.
Living Well Into The Future: Food, the first four episodes of the new podcast from Julie Koppenheffer, BerkshireOLLI, and WTBR-FM , presents guests and ideas you can relate to on topics you’ll want to discuss.
Each week through April one of the first four episodes repeats on WTBR-89.7, Saturday evening at 7 p.m. This week listen to “Where Does Your Food Come From?” The episode compelled early listeners to look for a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) near them, others became interested in growing vegetables themselves, and still others were fascinated by Mark Bittman’s insights about our current food supply.
The four episodes composing LWITF: FOOD, “Where Does Your Food Come From?”; “Food Is Medicine”; Good Food: Food You Enjoy and Food That Is Good For You”; and "Food, Health, and Body Weight" are available now. Set aside time to listen or listen when you’re walking, cooking, doing chores -that’s what other listeners do! Find episodes on the WTBRFM.com website, Apple Podcasts, Google Play, or Stitcher. Ask your smart device or phone to play Living Well Into The Future podcast.
PARTICIPATE in our next episodes on HOUSING. Topics include building design, construction and materials, affordable housing, and alternate housing. Do you or someone you know have experience as a builder, a homeowner, an architect, a developer, a materials supplier—experience that would be of interest to our audience? Do you want to find subjects, conduct interviews, edit the recordings, manage social media? Please contact us at email@example.com.