Dec. 10th 2014: Jannette Barth, Patricia Kernan, Asm. Pete Lopez, Christopher Stockton, Larry Levy
December 10, 2014
We hear about the potential costs and benefits of hydrofracking from economist Jannette Barth, Ph.D, a managing director and senior economist at the Pepacton Institute.
Patricia Kernan, a landowner of forest preserve on the proposed Constitution Pipeline route, explains the struggles she has had with oil and gas companies and her concerns over the chosen route.
Asm. Pete Lopez (R – Schoharie) and Williams spokesman Christopher Stockton discuss FERC’s approval of the Constitution Pipeline, eminent domain controversies, and the next steps toward construction.
Hofstra’s Executive Dean at the National Center for Suburban Studies Larry Levy shares details of a new report, “An Uneven Road to Recovery: Place, Race, and Mortgage Lending on Long Island.”◄ Back to PodCasts