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Program Information
Climate Justice Forum
Weekly Program
Al Poplawsky, Palouse Group of the Sierra Club, & Tim Hatten, Palouse Prairie Foundation
 Wild Idaho Rising Tide  Contact Contributor
Oct. 2, 2012, 3:27 a.m.
On the Monday, September 24, Climate Justice Forum radio program, Wild Idaho Rising Tide (WIRT, welcomes Al Poplawsky of the Palouse Group of the Sierra Club (PGSC) and Tim Hatten, Palouse Prairie Foundation and PGSC board member. Both local conservationists discuss previous and ongoing resistance to expansion and relocation of Highway 95 south of Moscow, Idaho, to lessen traffic accidents and possibly accommodate an industrial corridor to the Alberta tar sands. Broadcast on KRFP Radio Free Moscow ( between 7:30 and 9:30 pm PDT live at 92.5 FM and online, and later aired on KMEC in Ukiah, California, the show also covers continent-wide dirty energy developments and protests of tar sands, coal, and natural gas extraction and transportation projects.
Helen Yost of Wild Idaho Rising Tide offers news and conversations with climate change activists and scientists about corporate dirty energy projects and citizen resistance, interspersed with protest songs and descriptions of grassroots direct actions and community initiatives.

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