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We take a look at Scott Pruitt, Andrew Wheeler and the EPA under Trump. We then discuss California's climate success, Greyhound's abandonment of rural Canada, and the pervading scent of mold blooming in the nostrils of Floridians.
We take a long and winding look at the theoretical and practical compatibility of economic growth and environmental protection. Final section news incl Ford and BC protests.
We look at the aftermath of the Standing Rock protests and the strange edifice of state power. We then discuss offshore drilling woes near Nova Scotia, oceans systems, climate litigation and the carbon dividend.
Fossil fuels are being left behind by changing markets, yet the US and Canada continue to invest heavily in a doomed commodity. We discuss the 'carbon bubble', poor climate change reporting, Ontario's beneficent leader, future floods, and the legacy of James Hansen.
We discuss car culture and traffic deaths in Toronto, followed by a look at waste initiatives at the G7 and an examination of Doug Ford's victory in Ontario. Peggy Sue Smiltnieks joins us to discuss issues in the sustainable fashion industry.
The spring 2018 CIUT fundraiser drive show.
We give a presentation of the political exchange surrounding the Canadian government's decision to purchase the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project. Despair is flirted with but not succumbed to, the problem of contemporary political language is discussed, and the final Ontario provincial leaders' debate is examined.
David presents stories about Bitcoin, Shell, Indian activism, avocados, NASA, and the Anthropocene. Stefan and Saryn discuss these stories and the perils of environmental activism. Saryn interviews electric vehicle market expert Matthew Klippenstein.
Lauren Latour joins the team in-studio to for a full-length discussion of the Ontario provincial elections.
Stefan interviews Robin Tress of Council of Canadians about the local impact and political/procedural details of the 'BP Scotian Basin Exploration Project' from an East Coast perspective. We discuss the facts as they are known, the concerns of the people affected and the process that led us to this point.