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Special Climate Change Programming
 
KGNU presents special programming to coincide with the Climate Change conference in Copenhagen. Featuring Lester Brown, Dr. Kevin Trenberth, discussions on energy and daily updates from the conference from Coloradoans who are attending, KGNU will provide a host of climate change programming throughout our news shows in the build up to and while the Climate Change conference is happening.

Previous shows:

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Monday, December 21st we look back at what was achieved and what was not achieved at the COP15 climate talks. Guests include blogger Alexia Parks and CU law professor and professional mediator Anna Spain. Click here to download the program as an MP3 file (14 MB).









Wednesday, December 16th blogger Alexia Parks shares her thoughts on what's been happening in Copenhagen. Click here to download the program as an MP3 file (2.3 MB).









We also heard from Tom Yulsman, an associate professor at the University of Colorado's School of Journalism & Mass Communication and co-director of the Center for Environmental Journalism who has created an on-line resource for journalists covering the complex issue of climate change. Click here to download the program as an MP3 file (6.7 MB).









Then we hear from Professor Emeritus of Physics, Albert Bartlett, who for many years, has been talking about the impact on the environment of population growth. However population control is NOT being discussed at the climate change conference in Copenhagen and Professor Bartlett shares his thoughts on why this discussion is being excluded. Click here to download the program as an MP3 file (6 MB).









Tuesday, December 15th on the Morning Magazine, we heard from Jonathan Koehn, Regional Sustainability Coordinator for the City of Boulder is attending COP15 and participating in a local government action panel at the conference. Click here to download the program as an MP3 file (5.5 MB).









Monday, December 14th on the Morning Magazine, we heard voices from a climate change rally that took place in Longmont on Friday December 11th. It was part of a series of events that happened globally this past weekend as people around the world rallied to show their concerns over climate change. KGNU's Irene Rodriguez produced this report. Click here to download the program as an MP3 file (2 MB).









Monday, December 14th, on the Morning Magazine we heard from 2 Coloradoans who are attending COP15. Click here to download the program as an MP3 file (5 MB).









On Friday December 11th, on Connections, Duncan Campbell gets reports from the COP15 Climate Change Conference from various participants in the COP15 Climate Change Conference. Featuring commentary from local activists, including representatives from Natural Capitalism and the Alliance for Sustainability (John Powers).
http://kgnu.org/audio/Connections_2009-12-11.mp3









Thursday December 10th, 8.35-9.30am a radio documentary Inside Out: In the Heat of the Moment. Science journalist Daniel Grossman takes us to places where the effects of climate change are acutely felt.

Wednesday December 9th, from 8.35-9.30am a discussion on energy issues affecting climate change, focusing on the relationship between coal and climate change. Click here to download the program as an MP3 file (50 MB).









Tuesday December 8th, Morning Magazine, Joel Edelstein talks with the editor of the new book How the West was Warmed, which looks at the effects of climate change on the Rocky Mountain Area. Click here to download the program as an MP3 file (9 MB).









Also, blogger Alexia Parks talks about her hopes for the Copenhagen conference. Click here to download the program as an MP3 file (5 MB).









Monday December 7th, The Morning Magazine with Joel Edelstein.
On this first day of COP15, the U.N. Conference on Climate Change, Environment Colorado's Pam Keily leads off the Magazine with a discussion of ongoing efforts by Colorado and other states to reduce greenhouse gasses. Click here to download the program as an MP3 file (8 MB).









From 8:35 till 9:00, a live conversation with Boulder-based photographer John Weller about his work in Antarctica. Supported by the Pew Marine Fellows Program, Weller is documenting change in the Ross Sea, the last pristine marine ecosystem on this planet. Click here to download the program as an MP3 file (23 MB).









Friday December 4th, on Connections, Sam Fuqua discussed "Preparing for the COP15 Climate Change Conference" with guests Hunter Lovins and Paul Sheldon (Natural Capitalism), new Boulder Mayor Susan Osborne, Micah Parkin (1Sky and 350.org), and CU student representative of CoPIRG (Colorado Public Research Information Group). Click here to download the program as an MP3 file (27 MB).









On Thursday, December 3rd, we aired a High Plains Radio documentary on the relationship between coal and climate change, called "Coal and Climate: We Shall Remain". Click here to download the program as an MP3 file (27 MB).









On Monday November 30th, Dr. Kevin Trenberth, head of the Climate Analysis Section at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, discussed the politics of climate change. Click here to download the program as an MP3 file (25 MB).









On Sunday November 29th, Living Dialogues with Chip Comins and Sally Ranney, co-directors of AREDAY (American Renewable Energy Day) and Daniel Foa from Bejing, co-director of 51 SIM (Sustainable Innovation Movement), all of whom will be attending COP15 Climate Change Conference in Denmark. You can download or stream the program here: http://www.kgnu.org/cgi-bin/programinfo.py?time=1259523000

On Thursday November 19th, environmental author Lester Brown discussed his latest book Plan B 4.0 and his thoughts on the upcoming COP15 conference. Click here to download the program as an MP3 file (30 MB).









On Wednesday November 18th, Joel Edelstein and Shelley Schlender hosted a show featuring Boulder City delegates who would be attending the Copenhagen Conference. Click here to download the program as an MP3 file (51 MB).









 

 

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