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Program Information
CKUT Radio
Orin Langelle, Anne Petermann (Global Justice Ecology Project)
 Kasim Tirmizey  Contact Contributor
March 19, 2005, 12:30 p.m.
Making the connections between climate change, carbon trading, corporate globalization, genetically engineered trees, and the war in Iraq.
Community News Collective
CKUT Radio, Montreal, Canada.

Air no get enemy, so why make enemies with air...

Interviews with Anne Petermann and Orin Langelle from the Global Justice Ecology Project.

A discussion on the criticism of the Kyoto Protocol, the alternatives to Kyoto, the campaign against genetically engineered trees, the struggles of the Mapuche people against tree plantations, and carbon trading as the privatization of the atmosphere. Also, making the link between war and global warming, the reasons behind the iraq war, and the directions the anti-war movement should take.

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