The final Tuning in to Climate Change event was from Signal Hill, St. John's, - where Marconi received the first ever transatlantic wireless broadcast - on October 28, 29 and 30.

Click here to see a slide show of Darren's photos from the October 30 Signal Hill simulcast.

Photos from October 29.

More photos from October 29.

And yet more photos (Terry's) from October 29.

Photos from the October 28 Signal Hill simulcast.

Oct. 28 FM 101.1/webcast schedule

Oct. 29 FM 101.1/webcast schedule

Oct. 30 FM 101.1/webcast schedule

Here's an announcement from the corps.

This is a reminder that Tuning In To Climate Change Part 4 will be broadcasting and webcasting live from The Interpretation Centre, Signal Hill National Historic Site Tuesday-Thursday, October 28-30, 11am - 7pm Newfoundland time. People can tune in locally on 101.1 FM or long on via or direct from

On Tuesday October 28 from 1:30pm - 2:30pm (Newfoundland time) we will assemble a panel of local Climate Change Experts - Bruce Whiffen, a meteorologist with Enviroment Canada; Norm Catto, a Geographer with Memorial University of Newfoundland and John Jacobs, a climateologist with Memorial University of Newfoundland will take part. Our experts will be available to answer questions via phone (709-772-7983) or from the web board.

Click here to see Signal Hill photos by Darren Feltham.

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The Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador
and Ryakuga are partnering in Tuning in to Climate
Change - an innovative communications project designed
to increase public awareness. This project began in April
2003. Click here to ask questions or post comments. The discussion boards were attacked and discontinued in 2006.