Those wanting to learn more about the environment can lift their green consciousness by listening to a new radio programme. You can get more involved by sharing your views about environmental matters with others tuning in to the Green People Show on RTHK 5. It is jointly organised by Radio Television Hong Kong and the Produce Green Foundation, a non-profit-making group sponsored by the Environmental and Conservation Fund. The one-hour Cantonese programme goes to air every Monday from 8 pm to 9 pm. It features music, discussion and advice from experts on a range of environmental issues. Listeners are invited to phone in and give their views or tips. The programme will cover topics like how to save water and energy at home, how to help combat air pollution, and how to plan an environmentally friendly holiday. Broader issues such as sustainable development, reclamation, the fate of pink dolphins, air quality and waste reduction will be discussed. Guest speakers will include politicians, green leaders and academics. Listeners can get involved in the show by phoning to express their views - call 1872 312 - and by participating in events like tree-planting and beach clean-ups organised by green groups. Produce Green Foundation project officer Shirley Chau Suet-lia said the programme would help spread the environmental message to those in all walks of life. Ms Chau said RTHK's Green People Show was expected to reach almost one million listeners in Hong Kong and Guangdong.