Surviving Wildfire & Climate Change / Senator Henry Stern
Then There's California
On the 2nd anniversary of the devastating Woolsey Fire in Malibu, in November 2018, State Senator Henry Stern, the Chair of the Senate Natural Resources & Water Committee, candidly reflects on the emotional and psychological impact of evacuating & surviving a wildfire, and explains how the record-breaking wildfires of 2020 remind CA about the work still to be done to confront the economic and environmental consequences of climate change. Click here for a closed-captioned version of this podcast!
02 - Senator Henry Stern - Part 2: Education and Work
Politics: Meet Me in the Middle
Senator Henry Stern discusses the state of education in California and the US (1:32), from K-12 to college, including the status of public schools, teachers, salaries and current issues with student loans (11:59). They continue the discussion into creative economies and how to create a more stable job economy (16:03) including how it began with the GI Bill, the factory system and industrialization (20:00) and how we will evolve to balance technological advancement while still allowing people to provide for their family (21:51). They also discuss the Millennial state of being addicted to their phones and whether or not that's good (27:00). Hosted by Ed Larson and Bill Curtis Learn more about Politics: Meet Me in the Middle: https://www.curtco.com/meetmeinthemiddle And follow us: Facebook: @curtcomedia Instagram: @curtcomedia Twitter: @curtcomedia Music by Celleste & Eric Dick Produced by Mike ThomasSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
01 - Senator Henry Stern - Part 1: Woolsey Fire & Climate Change
Politics: Meet Me in the Middle
This is a special preview episode of Politics: Meet me in the Middle California State Senator Henry Stern joins hosts Ed Larson and Bill Curtis in the Malibu Podcast Studios to discuss how he dealt with adversity during his first term and his views on The Woolsey Fire, climate change and environmental concerns. Listen as Senator Stern discusses his views on our current environmental state, his views on plastics, renewable energy including solar, fossil fuels, and how we can reduce our carbon footprint across the nation and in California. Learn more about Politics: Meet Me in the Middle and upcoming episodes and guests: https://www.curtco.com And follow us: Instagram: @curtcomedia Twitter: @curtcomedia Facebook: @curtcomedia Music by Celleste & Eric Dick Produced by Mike ThomasSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jeff and Celeste discuss the legacy of late former Parks Commissioner Henry Stern with Adrian Benepe and Morgan Pehme. First, we chat with Pantsuit Politics podcast hosts Sarah Stewart Holland & Beth Silvers about their book "I Think You're Wrong (But I'm Listening)" and round up the latest in New York government with state Sen. Michael Gianaris.
Henry Stern Discovers Surviving Relatives After 50 Years
Birmingham Holocaust Education Center
After fleeing Nazi Germany, Henry J. Stern of Opelika, Alabama arrived in the United States in 1937 with his immediate family. For fifty years he searched for any possible surviving family members. Then in 2004, the impossible happened. Through the miracles of the internet, Henry located family members right here in the United States.