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Wednesday 18th September / presented by Danae Gibson Taylah Strano Tom Reynolds

Friday September 20, RTRFM 92.1 will disrupt our regular programming to join the millions of people across the globe taking urgent action for our planet.

RTRFM 92.1 is participating in the Global Climate Strike action in the best way possible, with a special live broadcast from the Perth Cultural Centre (outside PICA). Breakfast presenter Taylah Strano will be interviewing arts and cultural workers fighting for climate action ahead of the rally. You can join us outside PICA from 10am before we march as one towards Forrest Place.

Leading up to the event we've been hearing from experts and climate activists:

Bee keeper and Teenovator Luke de Laeter was in the studio to discuss his meeting with former US Secretary of State John F Kerry, the urgent need for action on climate change and food waste.

Dr Louise Duxbury, the Co-Chair of  2019 WA State Natural Resource Management and Coastal Conference chats to Taylah Strano.

Anti-nuclear advocate and Nobel Peace Prize nominee Dr Helen Caldicott chats with Tom Reynolds.

Makaela Rowe-Fox is one of the high school student organisers of the School Strike 4 Climate coalition in Perth. Makaela chats with Danae Gibson

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