Climate Justice Forum: Federal Court Block of Keystone XL, Lake Railroad Bridge Litigation & Water Quality Permit, Paradise Ridge & California Fires, Highway 95 Expansion in Appeals Court, Bunker Hill Mine Reopening 11-14-18


The Wednesday, November 14, 2018, Climate Justice Forum radio program, produced by regional, climate activist collective Wild Idaho Rising Tide, features news and reflections on a Great Falls federal court order blocking Keystone XL pipeline construction, litigation crowdfunding and an Idaho water quality permit for a second, Lake Pend Oreille railroad bridge, fires on Paradise Ridge and in northern California, Court of Appeals arguments against Highway 95 eastern expansion near Moscow, and EPA-proposed reopening of the Bunker Hill Mine in Kellogg.  Broadcast for six years on progressive, volunteer, community station KRFP Radio Free Moscow, every Wednesday between 1:30 and 3 pm Pacific time, on-air at 90.3 FM and online, the show describes continent-wide resistance to fossil fuel projects, the root causes of climate change, thanks to the generous, anonymous listener who adopted program host Helen Yost as her KRFP DJ.

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Climate Justice Forum: Idaho Governor Candidates & Debate, Midterm Election Results, Valve Turner, Climate Youth, & Paradise Ridge Defense Hearings 11-8-18


The Wednesday, November 7, 2018 Climate Justice Forum radio program, produced by regional, climate activist collective Wild Idaho Rising Tide, features news and reflections on an Idaho gubernatorial debate and Paulette Jordan’s candidacy, Idaho, Washington, and nationwide, midterm election results, and lawsuit hearings of the tar sands pipeline valve turners, youth climate activists, and Paradise Ridge Defense Coalition.  We also air recorded, oral arguments about U.S. Highway 95 expansion south of Moscow, heard by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in Portland.  Broadcast for six years on progressive, volunteer, community station KRFP Radio Free Moscow, every Wednesday between 1:30 and 3 pm Pacific time, on-air at 90.3 FM and online, the show describes continent-wide resistance to fossil fuel projects, the root causes of climate change, thanks to the generous, anonymous listener who adopted program host Helen Yost as her KRFP DJ.