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Interview :: Environment
Hear The Cape Bag ‘o Wind Enviro Show with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
20 Sep 2007
Modified: 03:49:52 PM
RFK, jr. interviewed on WXOJ-LP's Enviro Show about the proposed Cape Wind project
Enviro Show podcasts: Listen to your MOTHER !!!
The Cape Bag ‘o Wind Enviro Show with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
September 19, 2007 08:45AM
Recorded live on:
Tuesday, September 18, 2007; 6-7pm
WXOJ-LP, 103.3fm. Valley Free Radio
Northampton, MA/USA

Hear it here:

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Greetings Earthlings. To start we have Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. on the phone to talk about the Cape Wind project that mainstream enviros are attempting to ram down our collective throat. We go right to the interview at the top of the show, after which we submerge ourselves into the troubled waters surrounding this popular privatization scheme. Later, we’ll open the phone lines and get your opinion and have a bit of ..err...back-n-forth? Then we get another from David Kroodsma, celebrating the finish in the first leg of the Ride for Climate.

Then, of course, it's time for the...Revenge of the Critters! Great White tries kayak for lunch! You can tell there's a nautical theme here, right?

Next, Robert Lucas' "Green Energy Blue" takes us to our Cape Wind free-for-all! We'll take a whack at the Massachusetts Ocean Act (S.2281) and its’ assault on the long-standing Massachusetts Ocean Sanctuary Act. Also, Greenpeace spins with the worst of them! D.O. takes a piece out of Mass Audubon’s ambiguous position on Cape Wind. Then it’s time to open the phone lines and talk about industrial seascapes! WARNING: Everyone on this show thinks Cape Wind SUCKS!

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