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PodCheck: Fact and fiction of climate change

PodCheck: Fact and fiction of climate change

Celina Rivernider and Maggie Yonce

On the second episode of Amherst Wire’s investigative news podcast, Celina and Maggie uncover the facts and misinformation of climate change and its effects on the world.

 

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Sources:

Sunrise Movement 

Food Recovery Network 

UMass Sustainability Events 2019-2020

Produced by: Kacey Connolly

Edited by: Kacey Connolly

Music by: Trevor Wilson

Email Celina Rivernider at [email protected]

Email Maggie Yonce at [email protected]

 

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PodCheck: Fact and fiction of climate change