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Puerto Rico’s Precarious Resilience with Marla Perez Lugo

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After taking a long Summer break, The Response is back for a fourth season, well kinda. We’re officially kicking things off at the end of the month with an audio documentary focused on European Heatwaves and how their impact is exacerbated by energy poverty. But for the next two weeks, we’ll be retu
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After taking a long Summer break, The Response is back for a fourth season, well kinda. We’re officially kicking things off at the end of the month with an audio documentary focused on European Heatwaves and how their impact is exacerbated by energy poverty. But for the next two weeks, we’ll be returning our focus to Puerto Rico.  Monday, September 20th marks the four-year anniversary of when Hurricane Maria slammed into the island causing thousands of deaths, and knocking out power for almost an entire year, leading to what many consider to be the worst disaster in US History. In this episode, we talk to environmental sociologist Marla Perez Lugo. We discuss her experience during Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico’s power supply and energy grid before and after the storm and the multitude of issues caused by precarious resilience. The Response with Tom Llewellyn is a podcast series from Shareable.net exploring how communities are building collective resilience in the wake of disasters Episode credits: Host and executive producer: Tom Llewellyn Series producer: Robert Raymond Theme Music: “Meet you on the other side” by Cultivate Beats
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