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On Earthgauge Radio tomorrow: international climate science and local climate politics!

November 29, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

On Earthgauge Radio this week, we hear Radio EcoShock‘s broadcast of a speech by the top U.K. climate scientist Kevin Anderson and we’ll discuss climate change politics in the City of Ottawa.

First we’ll hear Kevin Anderson’s speech to the Cabot Institute from Bristol, England on the eve of the Doha Climate Change Conference.  What he has to say will shock you. As delegates and officials around the world are meeting in Doha to try to find a way to keep the planet from warming more than 2 degrees Celsius, it’s time for a reality check from one of Britain’s top climate scientists. Is this 2 degree target realistic? Is it even possible? Anderson lays out the evidence for us and it is not pretty.

We’ll also be discussing a startling revelation that has come to my attention thanks to some industrious individuals in Ottawa who have been following the city’s climate change plans and specifically its greenhouse gas roundtable which appears to have stalled for the time being. You may be quite surprised by what you hear!

So tune in for another great show tomorrow! Ottawa’s only radio program dedicated exclusively to environmental news and commentary from here in Ottawa and around the world. Earthgauge Radio airs Thursday mornings from 7-8 AM on CKCU 93.1 in Ottawa. Podcasts on iTunes and www.earthgauge.ca. Stream live on www.ckcufm.com.

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