Patricia DeMarco Ph.D.

"Live in harmony with nature."


Pathways to a New EconomyPodcast

Pathways to a New Economy is a monthly feature on the Battle of Homestead Foundation podcast “Essential Work- Exploring the Past Present and Future of Jobs” This audio podcast will address labor, environment and health considerations as I explore Re-Imagining America with guests who are building Pathways to a New Economy that works for ALL of us.

August 28, 2020 – Interview with Amanda Woodrum, Chief Policy Analyst from Policy Matters Ohio talking about Re-Imagine Appalachia Blueprint- a New Deal that Works for US!

Video Presentations and Recorded Lectures

July 29, 2020. Hart Hagan Interview with Patricia DeMarco on the Re-Imagine Appalachia Blueprint and regenerative agriculture

March 4, 2020. Electricity from Black to Gold- Facts, Fantasy and a Finer Future. Presentation to the Green New Deal Discussion Group. In this discussion we look at how the electricity system works, and how it can shift from a fossil-based system to one based on renewable and more sustainable resources. The slides from this talk are here

January 14, 2019 From Fracking to Plastics. Presentation to the Izaak WaltonLeague Discussion of better alternatives to the petrochemical build-out proposed for the Ohio River Valley to make plastics for single use packaging.

August 11, 2018. “Rethinking Plastics” presentation Discussion of the connection between petrochemical production and plastics and the environmental and health effects of plastic production and use.

1-22-2017 Climate Change As A Moral Imperative – Presented to New York Society for Ethical Culture

January 2, 2020. Allegheny County Council Presentation on urgent need for climate action.

August 2017 Climate Summit in Philadelphia- Pleas to Governor wolf for protection from fracking

Governor wolf, Will You Help US?

March 29, 2017- “The Power of One Voice” discussion with Mark Dixon, videographer and producer of the film, Linda Lear, Rachel Carson Biographer, author and historian, and Mark Madison, Archivist and Historian for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

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