Listen to ‘Environmentally Sound’By Tobin J. Klinger : March 22nd, 2010
Tune in to “Environmentally Sound” Tuesday, March 23, at 8 p.m. on AM 760 WJR.
This month host Larry Burns, UT vice president for external affairs and interim vice president for equity and diversity, will talk with leaders from across Michigan and Ohio who are helping to change the world.
In this month’s episode:
• Mike Bell, mayor of the city of Toledo, discusses his plans to reinvent the Glass City and the role of sustainability in economic development.
• Lawrence J Ohlman III, an up-and-coming ECOrepreneur and University of Toledo MBA student, shares how he is taking environmentally friendly products to large-scale food service through a new Toledo based venture; EcoLogic Foodservice Solutions.
• Dr. Jerry Wicks, director of the Ohio Higher Education Rail Network Institute, talks about how the state will be investing big in rail service and how university students could become some of the primary passengers.
• Doug Rothwell of Business Leaders for Michigan shares how his organization is working to rally the business community to create a better tomorrow.
The University and Detroit’s WJR Radio have teamed up to produce the monthly, hourlong program that focuses on sustainability, the environment and alternative energy.
Listen on the Web Here .