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TransMountain (Kinder Morgan) pipeline is approved, so we begin the show with a timeline history of the pipeline and of the resistance to it. Official spokesperson and councillor for the Tsleil-Waututh First Nation Charlene Aleck, who have been one of the major opponents to the pipeline joins as our guest.
Stefan takes point this week discussing the social media fiasco that follow a very poorly thought out tweet by Environment Canada this week in correlation with the holds National Youth Summit on Climate Change hosted by Minister McKenna.
This week is CIUT's fall fundraising show, but that doesn't stop us from having an action packed show! We interview Leora Eisen (Director) about the new Nature of Things CBC documentary 'Think Like An Animal'.
With no room in our hearts for politics this week, Stefan and Daryn with the help of some special guests talk about dealing with grief and how to pick yourself back up after the US election results. To this end, our first guest is Barbara Erochina a wellness councillor who will help us talk through some of the difficult feelings we are experiencing right now.
We begin the show with the news that the Paris Climate agreement comes into effect this week, and discuss it within the context of the 'however...' rule of reading environment news headlines of any kind.
The hosts discuss the ongoing protests at the Dakota Access Pipeline which resulted in over 100 more arrests of protestors this week bringing the total to over 260 since the action began. Stefan hosts this weeks 'planning to win' segment, and Daryn covers the ongoing Canadian protests over pipelines and what this means for Trudeau.
Our feature this week is a conversation with Canadian journalist Mike De Souza, who is currently working for the National Observer after spending years in the establishment media. Mike has recently published replies to attacks on his and N.O.'s credibility, and we discuss these as examples of the atmosphere surrounding independent journalism in Canada.
Our interview this week is with the award winning director Mike Downie - on the program this week to talk about his new CBC The Nature of Things documentary 'Running On Empty' which covers the ongoing fallout from the 5 year drought that devastating California.
The big news this week is the nearly ready to ratify Paris Climate Accord and the Liberal announcement that we will have a national price on carbon one way or the other by 2018. We also interview Ian Toews - Director of the new CBC Doc Channel documentary: Bugs On The Menu.
Rob Shirkey from Our Horizon joins Daryn to discuss the news that Trudeau has flashed the green light for a massive liquid natural gas pipeline through British Columbia. The real question is, how do we square this approval with the election promises of Trudeau himself with regards to climate and First Nations sovereignty.