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PlainsFM records and broadcasts public lectures, meetings and seminars to  encourage community engagement and debate across Canterbury Show Less

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Community Lectures-12-06-2019 EcuAction-Water,Climate Change and Christianity
Part 4 of the EcuAction forum series for 2019 on Climate Change and a faith response featuring film maker Kathleen Gallagher
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Community Lectures-24-05-2019 EcuAction-Climate Change and Capitalism
Charles Drace speaks on capitalism and climate change followed by a faith response from Jim Cosedine. Episode 3 of EcuAction Canterbury Forum Series on climate change
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Community Lectures-17-05-2019 EcuAction-Climate Change and the Earth
Ecologist Dr Colin Meurk speaks on the topic of climate change followed by a faith response from Father Frank Kelly
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Community Lectures-15-05-2019 EcuAction-Climate Change and the Atmosphere
Richard McKenzie presents the first in EcuAction's 4 part forum series on climate change and a faith response.
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Community Lectures-08-03-2019 The Urban Forest
Dr Antony Shadbolt, team leader of the Christchurch City Council Biodiversity team speaks at the Canterbury Horticultural Society about bringing back wildlife to the city
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