Climate Justice Forum: Eriel Deranger on Teck Tar Sands Mine, Wet’suwet’en Chiefs on B.C. Territory & Pipelines, Solidarity Actions, Tar Sands Trains, Fossil Fuels Derailments, DAPL Expansion Approval, Jordan Cove LNG Denial 2-26-20

The Wednesday, February 26, 2020, Climate Justice Forum radio program, produced by regional, climate activist collective Wild Idaho Rising Tide (WIRT), features Eriel Deranger of Indigenous Climate Action talking about the largest, proposed, Alberta tar sands surface mine, and Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs explaining their British Columbia territory, lawsuits, and pipeline opposition.  We also share news and reflections on ninth annual WIRT celebrations, United Nations climate change conference debriefings, Wet’suwet’en solidarity actions, tar sands train volatility and U.S. rail routes, Kentucky ethanol and Ontario oil train derailments, North Dakota approval of Dakota Access pipeline expansion, and Oregon denial of the Jordan Cove LNG project.  Broadcast for eight 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, online, and podcast on Radio Free America, the show describes continent-wide, grassroots resistance to fossil fuel projects, the root causes of climate change, thanks to generous, anonymous listeners who have adopted program host Helen Yost as their KRFP DJ.

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