Issues of the Environment
Weekly radio show that airs each Wednesday at 6:50am and 8:50am. This show has been named Best Mini-Documentary or Series by the Michigan Association of Broadcasters!
- May 9, 2018: Stinkbugs Invade Washtenaw County
The brown marmorated stinkbug is in Washtenaw County and seems to be here to stay. The bugs are now an established nuisance. They invade homes in the winter and wreak smelly havoc the rest of the year. What can you do about it and other damaging invasive species? WEMU’s David Fair searches for answers with EMU Biology Department Professor and renowned entomologist Dr. Jamin Eisenbach on this week’s edition of "Issues of the Environment.”
For questions or ideas for future show topics, please contact Mary Mathias Lapp.
The Green Room
Monthly radio show that airs the last Friday of each month at 6:50am and 8:50am. This show has received a Merit award for Mini-Documentary or Series by the Michigan Association of Broadcasters! Check out the TV show on Ann Arbor's CTN!
- April 27, 2018: Wildlife "Rights" Vs. "Management" - Perspectives Underlying the Debate (Radio)
Inspired by the intense controversy over Ann Arbor’s deer cull, this two-part series focuses on underlying value systems that shape perspectives on wildlife management issues.
- April 10, 2018 (73) Current Research with Invasives. (TV)
Bernd Blossey of Cornell University discusses his research on invasive plant species, and how non-native earthworms and deer can contribute to their spread.
Tune in to 89.1FM WEMU to hear the shows on air, or listen to archived shows on our Issues of the Environment and The Green Room pages.