Exploring a nasal COVID vaccine, Wisconsin’s first Clean Energy Plan

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We learn about a new COVID vaccine given through the nose, rather than a shot in the arm. Then, we explore a new report from the state Office of Sustainability and Clean Energy outlines ways in which the state can have greener, cleaner energy.

Featured in this Show

  • Development of a nasal COVID vaccine

    The coronavirus has proven remarkably adept at infecting even vaccinated people. We talk with a Cincinnati doctor overseeing a clinical trial of a COVID nasal vaccine about what advantages a squirt in the nose might have over a shot in the arm.

  • Wisconsin’s first green energy plan

    Wisconsin’s first Clean Energy Plan details a path toward achieving 100% carbon-free electricity throughout the state economy by 2050. We talk about the plan with the lead author and director of the Wisconsin Office of Sustainability and Clean Energy.

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Joe Tarr Producer
  • Joel Patenaude Producer
  • Maria Lopez Technical Director
  • Dr. Paul Spearman Guest
  • Maria Redmond Guest