Click the audio players below to hear segments of “The Denmark Project” — a radio series produced by Christy George for Oregon Public Broadcasting and aired in the six months leading up to the 2009 climate change conference in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The Denmark Project: Climate Change From Europe To The Oregon Coast
By Christy George, for OPB | July 1, 2009 4:30 p.m. | Denmark, OR
Segment 1 introduces the tiny Oregon coast town of Denmark, and its roots in Europe, as both Denmarks brace for a future transformed by climate change.
The Denmark Project: The Future Of Salmon In Denmark
By Christy George | Sept. 9, 2009 4:13 p.m. | Denmark, OR
Segment 2 looks to the emerald water of the Elk River north of Denmark and its teeming salmon for signs of how Oregon’s iconic fish will fare in a warmer world.
What Climate Change May Mean To Coastal Farms
By Christy George, for OPB | Sept. 9, 2009 4:14 p.m. | Denmark, OR
Segment 3 explores the ways climate change affects traditional Denmark economies of berry farming, cattle ranching and sheep ranching.
The Denmark Project: Facing The Changes Climate Change Will Bring
By Christy George | Dec. 2, 2009 4:26 p.m. | Denmark, OR
Segment 4 features Port Orford’s fishing fleet — unusual not only because boats cannot anchor in the water, but also because fishermen there are making changes to be ready for a future that will change how they do business.