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This week was our Spring Fundraiser at CIUT 89.5FM, but we still managed to make a proper show! The podcast here posted has all the "call in now!" stuff cut out and we did an extended after-show to make it back to full-length but the result is some occasionally choppiness so please excuse. That aside, it was a great show and we think you'll love it!
The post for this week's show will be a bit brief due to the hectic-ness, but here's all the links you'll need to follow along.
- 'The Biggest Coal Giant Has Fallen': Peabody Files for Bankruptcy
- Saudi Arabia Plans $2 Trillion Megafund for Post-Oil Era: Deputy Crown Prince
- The Quebec Premier just slammed future oil exploration in his province
Brief additional transition music "RetroFuture" provided royalty-free by incomptech
Angela Bischoff from the OCAA joins us at the top of the show to discuss some news and also talk about the complete waste of money (not to mention HUGE public safety hazard) Pickering Nuclear plant. Learn more about their campaign here.
Tim Nash - The Sustainable Economist joins us later in the program to preview his spot next week about the most recent Renewable Investment Scoreboard Report (sneak preview.. it tops $7 Billion this year). Learn more about Tim and check out his investment blog here.
Back to our regular format next week!
Please join us NEXT FRIDAY on April 22 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at 720 Bathurst -- Centre for Social Innovation -- Annex for a beverage and a chat to meet and hang out with the Green Majority team, past and present and other listeners to celebrate our 500th episode!You can get your very modestly priced tickets here.
We pretty much never get to all the news we find each week, see what else we flagged as important eco-news and VOTE for things you think we should come back to with VOTE FOR THE NEWS -- click here.
This Week's Music:
MAUNE "Burn This" & Minotaurs "Gold Lush Lady"
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