89.1 WEMU

The Green Room

Monthly 6:50 a.m. and 8:50 a.m.

The Green Room radio show is a collaboration between the WEMU News Department and the Washtenaw County Environmental Health Division. Through her work with the County, Barbara also co-produces a monthly Green Room television show with Ann Arbor's CTN, Channel 19.

The Green Room will take listeners out into the community as reporter, Barbara Lucas, explores important, local environmental topics. Lucas will not only get to the heart of these issues, but will provide a soundscape that supplements and enhances the subject matter, and advances the story in the minds of listeners.

Barbara Lucas is the writer and producer of all episodes of The Green Room. WEMU News Director, David Fair, serves as editor and executive Producer.

The Green Room feature airs at 6:50 a.m. and 8:50 a.m. on the last Friday of each month. 

 

From a half-dozen college students with a beat up truck to a major business, Barbara Lucas traces the 35 year history of Recycle Ann Arbor on The Green Room from WEMU.

Being environmentally responsible, even in death.  A fascinating look at 'green burials' on The Green Room from WEMU.

This week on The Green Room, Barbara Lucas examines how available housing choices -- or the lack thereof -- in Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor, impact the level of greenhouse gasses.

On any given day, we waste a lot of food, whether it's during preparation, after it hits our plates, or because it's gone bad in the refrigerator.  Most of us probably don't think of this as an environmental issue, but it is.  

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