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Thu, 2010-04-08 11:11Kevin Grandia
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Peter Sinclair Talks Climate Crock Live on Climate TV tonight

You might have noticed that I really like this new Climate TV platform.

Tonight Climate TV will have its weekly show with the creator of the famous Climate Crock of the Week videos, Peter Sinclair.

If you tune in live you can chat with Peter and ask him questions, weigh in with your two cents etc.

He will be live here on Climate TV tonight (April 8th) at 6pm pacific (9pm eastern).

UPDATE: here’s the archive of Peter Sinclair’s Show on Climate TV from tonight.

Tue, 2010-04-06 21:18Kevin Grandia
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DeSmog Weekly TV - Live tomorrow at 7pm eastern (4pm pacific)

Tune in tomorrow as we host our second of hopefully many weekly live shows on Climate TV.

Tomorrow I want to cover off some of latest news and analysis happening around the attack on climate science, especially in the United States where the mainstream media have completely missed the boat on Climategate, when the UK government concluded no wrongdoing on the part of the climate scientist at the middle of the controversy, Phil Jones.

We are also going to have on a special guest, Karl Burkart, blogger on Mother Nature Network, internet strategist and Executive Producer of the Planet 100 Show on Planet Green. We will be talking with Karl about the Mountains Rule Campaign to end Mountain Top Removal (MTR).

Not only is the show run live in high-definition, it is also totally interactive - meaning that viewers can weigh in with questions and comments throughout the show for us to discuss and respond. It will be a lot of fun, so please jump on to Climate TV here at 7pm eastern (4pm pacific) tomorrow, Wednesday, April 7th.

If you missed the inaugural show last week, you can go to the Climate TV archive and check it out.

Also, would love to hear from anyone about ideas for upcoming shows. And since we turned off comments on DeSmog due to a troll infestation, you can email me at: desmogblog [at] gmail [dot] com.

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