Resonance FM – a new way to communicate the issues of our time
Developing the work of the widely-acclaimed and influential Climate Radio project, Resonance FM will produce and distribute 48 radio programmes to be broadcast, podcast, webcast and permanently archived both in the UK and abroad by a network of independent media. The programmes will explore, and have an impact on the critical debates around the politics of and solutions to climate change, drawing on the work of leading scientists, NGOs, policy experts and activists. There will be a strong focus on securing a deal at the critical United Nations talks in Copenhagen that will help deliver climate safety. A dedicated marketing strategy will further extend the project’s audience, which will be measurable in terms of hundreds of thousands of listeners. The programmes will be produced in London but have a global presence.
Just listened – all great stuff. I gave Resonance FM pride of place on the Kyoto2 homepage. This is the first opportunity people have had to listen to me rather than just read what I have written, and that’s really brilliant for all those who cannot make it to meetings etc.– Oliver Tickell, architect of the Kyoto2 Framework
Really good to have consistent audio reporting on climate issues coming through whether I like the news or not! – Zoe Young, freelance researcher, filmmaker and author of A New Green Order
Climate Radio keeps us up to date on the latest in a complex and fast moving field of climate science, policy, and activism. Thanks so much for all the work you do bringing us the news! – Jody Boehnert, co-founder Transition Towns Brixton,
I have appreciated your updates – it’s the best summary of important current affairs that are of interest to me. You alerted me to Jim Hansen and Tim Helweg-Larsen in Parliament, which I watched live. Many thanks and good luck. – Mukti Mitchell, author of The Guide to Low Carbon Lifestyles
The show is getting better and better. – Mark Brown, founder, Art Not Oil and Rising Tide London
Excellent interview – I found it really fascinating. Good to have such a level of detail. – Peter Armstrong, founder OneClimate.net