XR and the Nord Stream Rupture

300,000 metric tons. That’s how much methane was released into the atmosphere when the Nord Stream pipeline ruptured late last month.

This is likely the biggest single release of methane ever recorded. We talk about how this must light a fire under our climate activism.

Plus a new study finding that 90% of marine life on earth is at risk of extinction by 2100 Hosted by Alycee Lane and Matthew Kearney
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Extinction Rebellion Radio is dedicated to covering the climate crisis through conversation, interviews, and expert perspectives. Our stories focus on our rebellion against the climate crisis with a focus on the systems that have brought us to crisis and the complexities, people, and nuances that exist within them.

This show is rooted in Extinction Rebellions four demands: Tell the Truth, Act Now, go Beyond Politics, and make a Just Transition.