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Environment

Local and State Leaders planning to organize around climate change


For the first time, local leaders from across the region are joining in on an effort to plan for climate change. The East Central Florida Regional Resilience Collaborative is the third in the state and the nineteenth in the nation. WMFE’s environmental reporter Amy Green joined Matthew Peddie on Intersection to talk more about environmental efforts from all over the region.
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Intersection

Paw-sitive Effects: Human-Animal Bond Could Benefit Both Pet and Pet Owners


According to the North American Veterinary Community, some 85 million families have a pet. Americans spent about 40 billion on animal health care last year. In return, pets may improve our quality of life and health. Tom Bohn, CEO of the North American Veterinary Community, and Dr.  Lynn R. Honeckman, a local veterinarian behaviorist, sat down with Matthew Peddie to talk about the human-animal connection pets families can have.
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Intersection

Intersection: Lightning Research


Summer time is thunderstorm time. Florida is the lightning capital of the country, and according to the National Weather Service, more people are killed by lightning in Florida than any other state.
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Intersection

Eric Deggans Talks TV and Shows We Should Watch


It’s almost half way through the summer and while most of us are still taking a break from television after the Game of Thrones finale, there is still a lot to talk about surrounding television. Eric Deggans, NPR’s TV critic, talked to Matthew Peddie about network television and recommendations for shows we might.
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