Terrascope Youth Radio teamed up with New Hampshire Public Radio, the Public Radio Exchange and youth radio groups around the country to create “Fresh Greens: Teens and the Environment,” an hour-long youth-produced special that has so far been licensed and broadcast by 10 stations across the U.S., from Seattle to Austin to Cape Cod. You can learn more about the people behind the program here and you can listen to it here.
Boston Children’s Museum Green Audio Tour
Terrascope Youth Radio’s teen interns produced the official audio tour of Boston Children’s Museum’s newly renovated facility, a LEED Gold certified building. The tour is available preloaded on .mp3 players at the Information desk, or at the museum’s website for download to your own .mp3 player. Information on the teens who produced each segment is available here.
More Special Projects
Biodiesel Dialogue by Manon Bonnet and Alexandros Zervos
Biodiesel: a great environmental move, or just an expensive way to make your truck smell like french fries? Sara Barnowski from Biodiesel@MIT helps sort it out.
The Extraterrestrials by Eitan Stern-Robbins and Alexandros Zervos
If there were extraterrestrial life on some planet out there, how could we tell? One clue is to look at how the existence of living beings has changed the Earth’s environment. MIT professor Sara Seeger explains.
Does Biology Class Really Matter? by Nephtali Dehoux
Nephy really hated biology class, and that’s part of why she is now an environmental reporter.
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Toilets and the Harbor by Camara Langford and Fahim Sinha
Marine Biologist Anne Giblin tells us some surprising facts about sewers, toilets and the City of Boston.
Recycle Rhythms—Coke Can by Aaron King, Nelson Dow and Hichem Hadjeres
A rhythmic reflection that begins with a soft drink.
Whales and Sports Teams by Ariel Chandler, Yolanda Maurissaint and Keven Figueroa
What do killer whales hunting in packs have in common with basketball players?
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