At the top of the hour, Marc interviews William David Cohan, author of House of Cards: A Tale of Huberous and Wretched Excess on Wall Street about the op-ed he co-authored with Sandy Lewis on Sunday, "The Economy is Still on the Brink." Cohan worked on Wall Street for seventeen years and has some profound insights into the mechanics of Wall Street and what really needs to happen for lasting reform.
We close out the show with an interview with Hugh Pocock, who is examining the role sustainability issues take in art. Pocock currently has a show at the Contemporary Museum called "My Food My Poop." He keeps a blog on the course he teaches at MICA, called Climate Change and Sustainability for Artists and Designers, and is running an Urban Farming course over the summer.