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Radio Ecoshock (60 min.) Alex Smith hosts from the world’s largest archive of environmental radio shows. Broadcasting on 91 radio stations from Border, British Columbia, Canada.

See: http://www.ecoshock.org/

TUC Radio (2 - 30 min.) Maria Gilardin hosts See: http://tucradio.org/

Noam Chomsky spoke at the MIT Starr Forum on March 23, 2017 to the dual danger we are facing today - nuclear extinction and climate change. In a scathing indictment of the current administration Chomsky explained that we are not just sleepwalking into disaster but are purposefully racing to the precipice.

Within days of the public posting in early April 2017 of his one hour speech the downloads for YouTube alone exceeded 100,000. Noam Chomsky spoke with such critical passion and urgency that this talk should have the widest possible distribution - so TUC Radio will carry it as well. It is a combination of a no holds barred critique of the Trump administration on climate change and nuclear danger.

In this concluding segment Chomsky begins by covering climate science from recent publication, including sea level rise, CO2 emissions exceeding 400 ppm. 

Chomsky also remembers his intensely personal experience of the beginning of the nuclear age and and explains the Anthropocene as defined by the World Geological Society. 

Noam Chomsky is Institute Professor Emeritus at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), where he has worked since 1955. And he is the author of over 100 books.

 

 

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