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Johanna Bozuwa on Public Utilities, Jake Johnston on Haiti

This week on CounterSpin: People are using words like “unlivable” to describe parts of California, where wildfires and power outages are driving new kinds of crisis and exacerbating existing ones. We’ll talk about the drive for a publicly owned, community-controlled energy system with Johanna Bozuwa, co-manager of the Climate & Energy Program at the Democracy Collaborative.

Publication date: 2019-11-01
Parent publication: CounterSpin
Publication URL: https://fair.org/home/johanna-bozuwa-on-public-utilities-jake-johnston-on-haiti/

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