Thursday, March 22, 2012

Amy Seidl, FINDING HIGHER GROUND & Matthew Stein, WHEN DISASTER STRIKES

This week on Writers Voice: Ecologist Amy Seidl talks about FINDING HIGHER GROUND: Adaptation in a Warming World. And survival expert Matthew Stein talks about WHEN DISASTER STRIKES: A Comprehensive Guide for Emergency Planning and Crisis Survival. 

Thursday, March 8, 2012

The CSR Case For Covering Contraception

Making contraception freely accessible to employees is good for the Triple Bottom Line.
By Francesca Rheannon [This posted originally on CSRwire.]

The Assault on Women’s Health

Rush Limbaugh is in trouble. Advertisers are fleeing his show in response to a social media conflagration over the shock jock’s misogynist attack on women’s health advocate Sandra Fluke.

So far, 20 companies have decided to pull their ads. And perhaps even more worrying to the Master of Bile and Bombast is that two radio stations have decided to drop him from their broadcast schedule.

More may follow.

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Remembering Fukushima, Hot Authors, & Murdoch Despondent

This Week on Writers Voice: Elmer Luke, MARCH WAS MADE OF YARN; Steven Pearson & Rich Benjamin, CANTEEN; Marvin Kitman on Rupert Murdoch

Elmer Luke talks about MARCH WAS MADE OF YARN: Reflections on the Japanese Earthquake, Tsunami, and Nuclear Meltdown; Marvin Kitman on Rupert Murdoch; and publisher Steven Pearson & contributor Rich Benjamin talk about the literary magazine Canteen.

Thursday, March 1, 2012

The Electric Car Revolution & Exposing Climate Cover-ups


This Week on Writers Voice: Jim Motavalli, HIGH VOLTAGE & James Hoggan, CLIMATE COVER-UP
Journalist Jim Motavalli talks about the electric car revolution. His new book is HIGH VOLTAGE: The Fast Track to Plug In the Auto Industry. And WV airs a 2010 interview with James Hoggan of DeSmogBlog about his book, CLIMATE COVER-UP.