BikePortland Podcast: Voices from the Climate Crisis

Posted by on August 20th, 2021 at 9:09 am

I changed the format up a bit in our latest episode. Instead of a traditional interview, I was able to get some remote audio from the recent Youth vs. ODOT event that took place in downtown Portland on Wednesday.

Give it a listen to hear from teenage activists Adah Crandall and Robin Sack. I also spoke with two people who came to support the youth activists: a guy named Evan and Yamhill County Commissioner and Oregon gubernatorial candidate Casey Kulla.

Oh, and you’ll also get to hear singing from Sunrise PDX activist/organizer Micah Bishop and join the group in a moment of silence after a listening to them read of a few of the names of people who died in the recent climate change-induced heat waves.

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