After The Assault Podcast Overview / Supply Chains Issues Across Country, California / COVID-19 Impact On Nature, Wildlife
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In this Feb. 2021, file photo released by California Department of Fish and Wildlife shows a protected gray wolf (OR-93), seen near Yosemite, Calif., shared by the state's Department of Fish and Wildlife.
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Supply chain issues are causing shortages and price increases for a variety of products across the country and in California more than a year into the pandemic; we discuss the issues in the global supply chain and what a return to normal looks like. Healthcare reporter Sammy Caiola walks us through what you can expect with the new CapRadio podcast After The Assault, and we take a deep dive into the variety of ways the pandemic has impacted nature and wildlife in California.
- CapRadio Healthcare reporter Sammy Caiola discusses the station’s new podcast After the Assault and what listeners can expect
- The Wall Street Journal Reporter Jennifer Smith with her reporting on supply chain issues across the country
- Economist and Robert & Jane Cizik Professor of Management Practice at Harvard Business School Willy Shih on the issues in the global supply chain, how California is being affected, how companies and governments are responding, and what a return to normal looks like
- World Wildlife Fund Chief Scientist and Senior Vice President Rebecca Shaw on the variety of ways the pandemic has impacted nature and wildlife around the globe and in California