This email from TV Ontario was forwarded to me from my friend Lilly Noble, who asked me to post it to Facebook. Not knowing how to do so, given the size of the text, and not wanting to fiddle around with Facebook Notes, I thought maybe I would cut and paste it into my blog, and link it to Facebook. Maybe it might even reach a wider audience.
I know I'm going to try to tune in to TVO's coverage this weekend!
From: "TVOntario's Big Ideas"
Date: 3 December, 2010 6:15:40 PM
This weekend’s BIG IDEAS broadcasts are devoted to one side in the debate on climate change. The reason why there is only one side represented has to do with the highly ideological nature of the debate. Science for Peace and The Centre for Global Change Science which organized the event invited participants who hold the view that when it comes to climate change there is only one side. And that those who deny the dire state of global warming are morally if not criminally responsible for a future that is going to threaten the health of “our grandchildren”
The main speaker at the event was James Hansen one of the best known climate scientists in the world and the author of “Storms of My Grandchildren”. His talk on Human-Made Climate Change: A Moral, Political, and Legal Issue will be aired tomorrow, Saturday, Dec 4th
On Sunday, December 5th James Hansen will be joined by Naomi Klein, the author of The Shock Doctrine; The Rise of Disaster Capitalism and Clayton Thomas Muller, an activist with the Indigenous Environmental Network to engage in a conversation about the political and legal ramification of the struggle to curb man-made global warming.
Perhaps in preparation for the two broadcasts, you might want take a look at a series of programs about climate change debate which aired last season on The Agenda with Steve Paikin http://bit.ly/gtckuB
BIG IDEAS airs on TVO every Saturday and Sunday at 5:00 pm. To download our podcast, please go to our website at www.tvo.org/bigideas.
If you miss the weekend broadcasts, you can also watch or listen to BIG IDEAS podcasts via iTunes. Here is a handy link http://bit.ly/9fcG3C .
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Wodek Szemberg ProducerBIG IDEAS Best Lecturer CompetitionFlying SoloThe Agenda with Steve PaikinP: 416-484-2751 E: firstname.lastname@example.org