IV Words & Knights of the Climate Covenant founder on KFGO, The Mighty 790 – listen in!

I had an opportunity to speak with Joel Hietkamp on his “News & Views” show on KFGO radio this morning (9/29/21). We discussed the Fridays For Future climate strike and march in Fargo, N.D., last week (#FMClimateStrike21), and issues related to global warming and resulting climate change.

(My favorite part is the bit near the end when I totally blank on the title of my own recently released book, “The Climate Covenant: Building the Critical 3.5 Percent.” Oye!)

Take a listen.

Read the #FMClimatestrike21 press release.

Read my #FMClimateStrike21 rally speech or watch it below:

Thank you to all the groups that helped organize the event last week:

  • Citizens Local Energy Action Network (C.L.E.A.N.)
  • Dakota Resource Council
  • FM Water Protectors
  • Honor the Earth
  • Knights of the Climate Covenant
  • N.D. Nonpartisan League
  • Red River Marshals

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Martin C. Fredricks IV

Martin C. “Red” Fredricks IV here. I’m husband to an amazing woman who is also my best friend, dad to three outstanding kids, Fargoan (North Dakota, that is), proud introvert, veteran messaging strategist/copywriter, and big-time reader. As they say, if you're gonna write good stuff, you have to read good stuff. A ginger, too - ergo the "Red" - although some of it's going white. Cinnamon-Sugar, I call it. Tattooed to boot; seven so far. At age 54, I'm stilling crankin' AC/DC & Metallica, but now and again I spin some Eric Church and Black Uhuru, too. I love hanging out with my (much) better half, spending time with our kids, writing, hiking, riding my mountain bike and reading.

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