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CeMuse Radio: How do we save the Baltic sea from plastics?

We’ve all heard that plastic waste is bad, but how bad is it? And what is it doing to our own Baltic sea? Our guests this week are Julia, from Race for the Baltic campaign and Alan Atkisson, founder of the Atkisson foundation, that brought the Out to Sea Exhibition to Stockholm at the Tekniska Muset in Stockholm: Together we ask and answer the simple question; what can we do about it? Learn more about the exhibition at: https://www.tekniskamuseet.se/en/discover/exhibitions/out-to-sea-an-ocean-of-plastic/  Learn more about the Race for the Baltic initiative here: raceforthebaltic.com

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Can changing the way we eat change the world?

Can changing the way we eat change the world? This is today’s question from CeMuse radio to a local food hub. By taking the middleman – the supermarket – out of the equation, Väktargatan Food Hub connects you directly to small-scale farmers. Thus supporting sustainable production and providing you with fresh, locally produced healthy food, delivered to your neighbourhood. In a wider discussion we reveal what the issues are with our food and our agricultural systems. Want to know more? Find Väktargatan Food Hub on facebook!    

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‘Save Our Oceans': COP21 Paris with the German Ocean Foundation

    Cemuse Meets The German Ocean Foundation in Paris during COP21   Global climate negotiations are underway in Paris, the outcome of which is still uncertain but there are many organisations, civil societies, NGOs, observers and activists who are keen to make their voices heard with the hope of influencing world leaders to agree on a strong climate deal. CeMuse met one such organisation, the German Ocean Foundation (Deutsche Meeresstiftung), whose aim is  to highlight the dangerous impact of climate change on our oceans, seas, rivers and lakes. From plastic…

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