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Wednesday 20th November / posted by Chris Wheeldon
RTRFM 92.1 disrupted its usual broadcast last Friday, September 20, to take part in the Global Climate Strike.
The Global Climate Strike was formed in light of inaction on the parts of local and international politicians to announce a state of climate emergency, and to get the conversation moving on this incredible issue.
The program played a selection of sound bites from an interview between youth climate activist Greta Thunberg and author and activist Naomi Klein, hosted by The Intercept ahead of the Global Climate Strike.
We also spoke with anti-nuclear activist Dr Helen Caldicott, bee keeper and Teenovator Luke De Laeter and Psychology For A Safe Climate founder and president Carol Ride. Plus vox pops from those attending the rally.
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Every now and again RTRFM delves into something different. From climate change protests to indigenous issues, RTRFM's Special Projects takes some of our special broadcasts and puts them out to the world via the RTRFM Special Projects Podcast.