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The Climate Mobilization Transition US Workshop

Famous nature film-maker David Attenborough says “The climate crisis has come.” But what can we do? How can we push our community into real action? Rebecca Harris, Organizing Director for The Climate Mobilization and activist Laura Berry explain step-by-step how to get your  …

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Climate: Good News And Bad

From Yale, Narasimha Rao says basic quality of life for all does NOT require a new burst of carbon into the atmosphere. Brilliant young scientist Zhenzhong Zeng reports growing wind is a bonus for wind power plus startling green news from China. Heather  …

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Green Music Festival (Replay)

Blah blah blah. All those words fill our brain, and not our hearts. That is where the musicians step in, to move us along. I’m Alex Smith. Welcome to our annual best of green music show. You’ll hear the songs of activism, despair,  …

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Harsh News from the Weatherman

Are you tired of nightly news reporting horrible weather disasters and never mentioning climate? You need a real meteorologist like Nick Humphrey. Nick lives in the American heartland, Nebraska, just wrecked by floods. We go from harsh new weather around the world to  …

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Faint Hope Amid Rising Despair

NASA scientist Peter Kalmus explains how he slashed 90% of his personal emissions. Senior South American reporter Sue Branford warns the Amazon rainforest, the lungs of the planet, is not just dying. It is being murdered. Then we hear 16-year-old Greta Thunberg‘s speech  …

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Surviving the Future – Shaun Chamberlin

I’m pleased to welcome back Shaun Chamberlin from the UK, after his arrest at the Extinction Rebellion action. Shaun advised groups from Chelsea Green Publishing to the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change. He co-authored a report to Parliament & co-founded Transition  …

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Eco-Anxiety and Extinction Rebellion

What to do with all the terrible news about our planet? Scientist Rob Muir‘s “Environmental Dialogues” interviews UK philosopher Rupert Read & academic-gone-activist Alison Green about the Extinction Rebellion. Anna Jane Joyner & Mary Anne Hitt podcast “No Place Like Home” fights off  …

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Uninhabitable Earth – David Wallace-Wells

New York magazine journalist David Wallace-Wells warns of shrinking livable space as the world warms. It is time to rethink everything. Is it time to panic? That depends…says Toronto clinical psychoanalyst and activist Judith Deutsch in our second interview. LOTS OF AUDIO FOR  …

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The End of Ice

Greenland, Antarctica, South America, the Himalayas – it’s all going, the ice is leaving the Earth. This is a whirl-wind roundup of new science with Ottawa climate expert Paul Beckwith. We talk pollution (is it saving us?), vanishing glaciers, Tasmanian dry lightening fires,  …

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Halting Mass Suicide by Coal

The venerable Noam Chomsky on our climate crisis and Nicholas Rees on the startling impacts of air pollution on babies and toddler brain development. But first, we must prevent mass climate suicide by coal, with famous German environmentalist Heffa Schuecking. Listen to or  …

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Can We Count on Catastrophe? (Replay)

Does the nation, the economy, or even civilization need to collapse in order to start anew? Who benefits if we think like that, and would things get better or worse? A feature interview with Eddie Yuen, co-producer of “Against the Grain” on KPFA  …

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Stopping Cruel Climate Change

Wade into the swamp of climate illusions with Australian author David Spratt. Then Aussie radio host Vivien Langford takes us to the courthouse. Kids and grannies blocked trains to the world’s largest coal port. Hear the living voice of activists – why they  …

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