Hello Scottsville 2
From: Radijojo World Children's Radio Network
Last year the International Renewable Energy Agency was founded in Germany. 143 States and the European Union has already signed.
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Thanks. We say hello to you dear listeners all over the world. This time you will join and listen to children from Berlin, Germany and Scottsville U.S who had a great Skype-talk with each other. Talking about their daily life and also about global envoirment problems like tornados and the big oil desaster.
By the way: A few days after this interview we had the first big tornado in Germany. More to this theme later.
Before we listen to a fabolous interview with the radio-kids from Euchira, the European children-radio – regarding Renewable Energy we listen to the kids of Scottsville and Berlin.
Hello Scottsville? Are you ready????
GERÄUSCH APPLAUS Technische Geräusche oder so
Hello Berlin, Are you ready...
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Listen to children from Berlin,Germany and Scottsville U.S "Skype" with each.
The topics are; daily life, global envoirmental problems and the recent massive oil spill that has drastically efected the Mexican Gulf.
There's an interview with the kids of Euchira and Mr Gernold Erler, who is working as a consultant regarding international questions for the German government. Hear this fascinating interview as he answers questions about all aspects of the enviroment.
If YOU want to join our radio bridge with a report, a pod castt or a Skye interview: just send us a mail or even your complete MP3 to firstname.lastname@example.org, thats Transatlantic@radijojo.de.
All right? Thank you very much! We are looking forward to hearing from you!
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Funders:The project was made possible by the Transatlantic Program of the Federal Republic of Germany with funding from the European Recovery Program of the Federal Department of Economics and Technology (BMWi).