The One Oh One
Season 1 is here. A new episode every Friday until December 10th.
Local discoveries, in-depth conversations and informative stories from the communities that hug Highway 101 along California’s Central, South Coast. From Thousand Oaks to Ventura to Santa Barbara and beyond.
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We follow some local scientists as they set out to discover how polluted the natural environment is with microfibers.
The impact of exceptional drought on one county’s water supply and how drought and climate change will require big changes in water infrastructure.
Santa Barbara County has to create almost 25,000 new homes over eight years to address the housing crisis in the county. The City of Santa Barbara has to create around 8,000 homes. Can they do it? Historic data says no.
For more than a month every year residents along California’s Central, South coast are breathing in toxic wildfire smoke. The new Dangerous Air investigation also shows California’s Central Coast has recently seen the biggest increase in hospitalizations for respiratory and cardiac conditions.
By the end of 2021, the number of yearly overdose deaths in Ventura County could be as high as 270, if the current trend continues. That’s a 132 percent increase over five years. In the very first episode of The One Oh One, we cover the crisis of fentanyl in Ventura County.
Launching November 5, The One Oh One will include local discoveries, in-depth conversations and informative stories from the communities that hug Highway 101 along California’s Central, South Coast. From Thousand Oaks to Ventura to Santa Barbara and beyond!
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