Some marine scientists are warning that the seafood industry as we know it will collapse within 40 years. Others believe that, with regulation of pollution and limits on catches of popular species, offshore fishing can continue indefinitely. Will we still be harvesting seafood from the oceans in the future or raising it on farms? WUSF’s Carson Cooper discusses aquaculture and the future of the seafood industry with guests.
Sarasota native, educator and musician Dr. Henry L. Porter speaks with his friend Edna Holliman. Porter recalls how his father influenced his outlook on education, and how he strives to use that outlook to change the world in his own way.
Selfless, Cold, and Composed by Ben Folds Five, Whatever And Ever Amen, Sony BMG Music Entertainment
Florida manufacturers have been complaining that they can't find qualified workers to fill available positions while some educators believe more emphasis is needed on training some students to move directly into the workforce rather than the college track. In response, the state has allocated four million dollars to train Floridians for specialized manufacturing jobs. The pilot program at Hillsborough Community College in Brandon is underway and this week on Florida Matters, host Carson Cooper discusses workforce training with our guests.
TampaladieswithMS.com emerged out of former Hillsborough Judge Florence Foster’s struggle with multiple sclerosis, a disease that interferes with the nerve pathways and causes muscle weakness and loss of coordination. Here she shares her story with a close friend, Renda Gander-Agnew.
Music credits: Come Undone performed by Duran Duran, Duran Duran (The Wedding Album), Capitol Records