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We talk about worldwide unrest, COP25 and CBC Kids News. Kim D’Oliveira joins us in the second segment to discuss various attempts towards a circular economy.
Tim Nash joins us to talk about elections, youth protests, climate lawsuits and the Exxon trial.
We talk about the Canadian election outcome, environmental justice, the biggest polluters and Californian utilities. We end by interviewing documentary writer-director Roberto Verdecchia on his new film about fear.
We talk about the worldwide Extinction Rebellion protests and their impact on media, politics and public perception. We then discuss Sandy Garossino’s exacting analysis of the claims behind Jason Kenney’s conspiracist rhetoric around environmentalists and the oil sands.
We end with the relationship between integrity and pragmatism in the environmental movement, beginning with a discussion about a new fossil discovery with evolutionary biologist Maydianne Andrade and film director Andrew Gregg, moving into a look at the precautionary blackouts in California and the Canadian federal leaders’ debate.
We outline and discuss the climate plans of Canada’s four major parties, as well as Toronto’s climate emergency victory, CAPP’s data collection intentions and the 100 climate debates that recently took place across the country. Lauren Latour is in-studio this week along with Fatima Syed and Emma McIntosh of the National Observer.
We document sounds, voices, concerns and victories from various climate actions and events, September 23-27.
The global climate strike looms, old naysayers naysay and paranoid politicians cling to conspiracy rhetoric. This is the late-game beginning of our transformation.
We discuss the utility of despair and how we might imagine a new inclusivity. In the middle segment we interview environmental policy analyst Gideon Forman about how he frames the climate crisis in his talks with university students.
We talk the Global Climate Strike, Extinction Rebellion, Justin Trudeau, and coal.