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The Monday, November 5, Climate Justice Forum radio program, hosted by Wild Idaho Rising Tide (http://wildidahorisingtide.org/), features Raphael Cordray, co-founder of Utah Tar Sands Resistance, talking about challenges in the streets and courts of U.S. Oil Sands permits to mine state lands for tar sands in the Uinta Basin of eastern Utah. Raphael discusses public hearings, court cases, demonstrations, and site visits organized in Salt Lake City and near Moab, Utah, over the last few years, as citizens resist the first bitumen extraction in the country. Broadcast on KRFP Radio Free Moscow (http://radiofreemoscow.org/) between 7:30 and 9:30 pm PST 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 opposition to fossil fuel extraction and transportation projects. Thanks to the generous, anonymous listener who recently adopted program host Helen Yost as his KRFP DJ (http://radiofreemoscow.org/support-krfp/adopt-a-dj/)!
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.