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 The 300-350 Show 
 Weekly Program
 Jess Worth (New Internationalist), Robert Thompson (ANWR activist)
 Climate Radio  
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The second of two episodes featuring Jess Worth – a co-editor of New Internationalist - who has recently finished editing an issue of the magazine which takes an in-depth look at the Arctic from the perspective of its indigenous peoples and climate change.
Produced by Phil England for Climate Radio and ResonanceFM. Please drop me a quick note if you broadcast this programme at Many thanks!
This week, we look at the historic Indigenous Peoples’ Global Summit on Climate Change and its implications for the UN climate talks in Copenhagen at the end of the year; the Arctic’s central position in the climate tipping point story; and the rush to exploit the fossil fuel resources in the Arctic opened up by the sea ice melt. We also hear from Vietnam vet and Arctic National Wildlife Refuge campaigner, Robert Thompson, about the effect of an oil spill would have on his land and about the oil company tactic of bribery that has attempted to split and buy-out local opposition to oil drilling.

New Internationalist – Arctic Issue
Resisting Environmental Destruction on Indigenous Lands (REDOIL)

Indigenous Peoples’ Global Summit on Climate Change
The Anchorage Declaration
Summit press release

Antarctic Environmental Protocol (prohibits commercial exploration of mineral resources)
Costing the Earth – Antarctic Treaty (BBC Radio 4, 9 April 2009)
Hillary Clinton - Antarctic Treaty 50th Anniversary speech

International Polar Year (IPY) “State of Polar Research” report (Feb 2009)
IPY Report press release (Feb 2009)
Extreme Ice Survey

This programme includes two short extracts from the original soundtrack to “Dutch Harbour – where the sea breaks its back” performed by The Boxhead Ensemble (Atavistic, 1997).


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The 300-350 Show is made for ResonanceFM in London and is syndicated free to not-for-profit community radio stations and independent media outlets around the globe. The programme is named after what is now believed to the safe level in parts per million (ppm) of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. This finding is based on the work of James Hansen and his team in a paper titled "Target Atmospheric CO2: Where Should Humanity Aim."

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00:29:06 English 2009-07-23
 Kaktovik, Alaska; Oxford; London
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