By the time today’s teenagers are fifty, they’ll be living in a very different New England. This week on NEXT, we hear from young climate activists around our region about how they’re responding to the threat of climate change. And after a year of no travel, why some climate researchers are reconsidering how much they fly. Plus, listeners reflect on their experiences with electric vehicles, and we talk with an expert about the future of EVs.
Leticia Colón de Mejias, founder and CEO of Energy Efficiencies Solutions and president of Green Eco Warriors in Connecticut.
Jessika Trancik, associate professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Institute for Data, Systems and Society, who studies energy technologies.
Annie Ropeik, climate, energy and environment reporter at New Hampshire Public Radio
Jesse Remedios, Boston University Fellow at WBUR
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J.D. Allen, assistant news director at WSHU
Transmission Upgrades Could Hold The Key To New England Clean Energy Goals
Miriam Wasser, reporter at WBUR’s EarthWhile
‘I Feel Like I Have Already Lost A Home’: Young Environmentalists On Why They’re Fighting For Change
Eve Zuckoff, Report for America reporter for CAI
With A Drone and Patience, Scientists Track Endangered Right Whale in Cape Cod Bay
NEXT is produced at Connecticut Public Radio
Host/Producer: Morgan Springer
Freelance Producer: Lily Tyson
Executive Editor: Vanessa de la Torre
Senior Director: Catie Talarski
Music: Todd Merrell, “New England” by Goodnight Blue Moon, “Fresh Like A New Dollar” by West End Blend, “Goin’ Out Tonight” by Adam Ezra Group and “To Meet You There” by Anjimile.
Special thanks to Annie Ropeik and NHPR’s By Degrees climate project.
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