The Environmental Hour
It's Later than You Think
The Environmental Hour is an environmental news and interview public affairs program that airs Fridays from 8am to 9am. Show host Lisa Coté interviews scientists, policy-makers and activists from the area to discuss environmental issues at the local, state, national, and global levels that impact our community. Topics covered include: water pollution, green- and traditional energy, climate change, wildlife conservation, and political actvisim, often shows include information on how you can get involved.
Lisa has lived in the Seacoast area since 1998 and has produced the show since 2016. She is a professional hydrogeologist who has worked on water supply and contaminated groundwater projects throughout New England for more than 20 years. She’s also an environmental advocate and educator who works with a number of non-profit groups in the Seacoast raising awareness and educating the community about environmental issues, especially as they pertain to water. PFAS is a frequent issue covered on her show. Lisa is also an avid bicyclist and bike educator in the Seacoast area, a Senior Fellow supporting the Conservation Law Foundation, and a Leader with the ACLU-NH, so her programs often address the intersection of many environmental, civil liberties, and social concerns.