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EG Radio May 16: Our last show of the season! The human costs of climate change with Andrew Guzman

https://earthgauge.files.wordpress.com/2013/05/earthgauge-podcast-may16-2013.mp3

This week is our last show before the summer break! I’m taking a few months off to recharge the batteries so we’re ready to come back strong in September for an all new season.  694 more words

Climate Breakdown

Tomorrow on EG Radio: the Kalamazoo River oil spill

This week on Earthgauge, we’ll take a look back at what happened in Michigan in 2010 when an Enbridge pipeline ruptured spilling roughly 1 million gallons of oil into the Kalamazoo River. 286 more words

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EG Radio April 18 2013: Earth Day special | Ottawa takes on climate change

https://earthgauge.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/earthgauge-podcast-april18-2013.mp3

This week we celebrate Earth Day and look at why cities are so important in the fight against climate change. I have two features on the program today: 644 more words

Climate Breakdown

EG Radio this week: EcoBricks, Ontario Home Comfort and Rachel Carson

On Earthgauge Radio this week, Xerez Bridglall will bring us her interview with two Carleton University undergraduate students who participated in the Alternative Spring Break… 264 more words

Energy

Richard Heinberg on Earthgauge Radio this week

This Thursday on Earthgauge Radio, we’ll be featuring a speech by the influential author Richard Heinberg from the Bioneers Conference back in November. Heinberg is a senior Fellow-in-Residence at  80 more words

Climate Breakdown

Earthgauge Radio January 17: Keith Stewart of Greenpeace and Alex Hebert of SwitchHop.com

https://earthgauge.files.wordpress.com/2013/01/earthgauge-podcast-jan17-2013.mp3

Earthgauge Radio returns this week with Keith Stewart of Greenpeace who will tell us about the December 2011 letter he obtained through an Access to Information request from oil companies to the Harper government requesting changes to some of Canada’s environmental laws. 154 more words

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