THE PEOPLE'S POWER HOUR
WHIV FM 102.3 FM | Tuesdays 1-2 pm (CT)
The Alliance for Affordable Energy's weekly discussion on energy matters in Louisiana. We talk tech, policy, politics, economics, civil & environmental rights, and the fair transition to clean and affordable energy. Giving you the information you need to use your power.
Host Sophie Zaken speaks with recent Tulane graduate Sara Good-Chanmugam about sustainability on Tulane's campus, composting and community gardens.
Sara has first hand experience interning for the Tulane Office of Sustainability. Hear from her about the kind of work a Campus Sustainability Office does and get an update on happenings at the Tulane Office of Sustainability.
Also up for discussion is composting! Composting can be a great, accessible way to mitigate the amount of trash going to landfills. However, there are complications and challenges to composting at a university scale. Tune in while we discuss what it takes to start a compositing organization, composting misinformation, barriers to composting, and how to create the right composting environment. Hint it involves worms and the right ratio of browns to greens!
About Sara Good-Chanmugam
10/25/2022 01:52:52 am
A typical residential home uses alternating current (AC) electricity. AC is normally delivered via electricity transmission lines, which run along roads and highways, and is transmitted to local substations. These substations convert the electricity into direct current (DC), the type used to power household devices. The electricity produced at substations ranges from 120 VAC/240 VAC to 277VAC/500 VAC depending on the locale.
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