Fresh Greens

Fresh Greens
12:00 am
Fri September 4, 2009

Garbage Bin Rap

Fresh Greens
12:00 am
Fri September 4, 2009

Global Warming Rap

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Fresh Greens
12:00 am
Fri September 4, 2009

Dumpster Diving

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Fresh Greens
12:00 am
Fri September 4, 2009

Welcome to the Veggielution

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Fresh Greens
12:00 am
Fri September 4, 2009

Environmental Club

 

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Fresh Greens
12:00 am
Fri September 4, 2009

My Environmental Impact

Fresh Greens
12:00 am
Fri September 4, 2009

Everybody’s Green

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12:00 am
Fri September 4, 2009

High Fructose Corn Syrup

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12:00 am
Fri September 4, 2009

Recycle Rhythms

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12:00 am
Fri September 4, 2009

Energy Brat

  

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Fresh Greens
12:00 am
Fri September 4, 2009

R U Green?

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Fresh Greens
12:00 am
Wed September 2, 2009

Fresh Greens: Global Warming Rap

All this week, Word of Mouth is bringing you highlights from NHPR’s Fresh Greens: Teens and the Environment special. So far we’ve heard about a high school environment club and a young activist’s response to green street teams.


Today, we’re bringing you something a little different: a rap about climate change. Terrascope Youth Radio – a group of urban teens in Boston – sent three of its members to the streets to find out what happens when global warming meets hip-hop.

Fresh Greens
12:00 am
Tue September 1, 2009

Fresh Greens: Street Teams

Walk down any busy street in a city or college town and you’ll likely be approached by an eager young person with a clipboard asking, “Do you have a minute to save the environment?” Zoe Martin of Youth Spin community radio wondered why environmental street teams almost always ask for money, in addition to her time.

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Fresh Greens
12:00 am
Mon August 31, 2009

Fresh Greens: Environment Club

This summer, New Hampshire Public Radio embarked on an exciting project. NHPR teamed up with Generation PRX and Terrascope Youth Radio to produce a one-hour special on teens and the environment.

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Environment
10:43 am
Sun March 29, 2009

The Cow Gas Effect

Liam Midgely and Manon Bonnet

Here’s something to chew on from vegetarian Manon Bonnet and vegan Liam Midgely from Terrascope Youth Radio in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Manon and Liam wanted to know if the choice they have made for themselves not to eat meat—or, in Liam’s case, even wear animal products—is also the better choice for a greener planet.

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