Seg. 1: Climate Change Inequality | Seg. 2: Crochet Lady | Seg. 3: Kansas Rice Farm
Segment 1: Climate change affects people unequally.
We talk about what this inequality looks like when it comes to housing, the needs of low-income residents, and more.
- Richard Mabion, Founder, Building A Sustainable Earth Community
- Tom Jacobs, Environmental Programs Director, Mid-America Regional Council
Segment 2, beginning at 28:10: A KU student went viral for crocheting at a football game.
She was just there to see a professor accept an award that she had nominated him for, but ESPN turned her into an internet sensation.
- Hailey Solomon, Civil Engineering Senior, KU
Segment 3, beginning at 32:10: The first-known rice to be grown in Kansas is in Franklin County.
Koji Nakao grew up outside of Hiroshima to a family that wasn't wealthy enough to grow rice. To make up for lost time, he and his wife, Susan, are now experimenting with their own rice paddies.
- Susan Nakao, rice grower, Kansas