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We sit down with seven climate innovators to discuss policy solutions and cultural change. Featured on the show are folks from Project Neutral, Climate Ventures, Point A, Feedback, The Spent Goods Company, Fresh Fashion Library, and Unwrapit.
Ian McAllister, executive director of Pacific Wild, joins us along with visual communications director Deirdre Leowinata to discuss Ian’s stunning new documentary, Great Bear Rainforest: Land of the Spirit Bear. We also talk about sustainable fishing initiatives in Canada and Indonesia and the difficulty of environmental regulation.
We discuss the ongoing Wet’suwet’en defence of their unceded lands in northern British Columbia and other Canadian oil issues. We also interview Power Shift organizer and regular contributor Lauren Latour about the youth climate conference in Ottawa in February.
Freelance reporter Nora Boydell joins us this week to interview climate journalist Pien Huang in Massachusetts about the ups and downs of climate reporting. We also look at Doug Ford’s climate ideas and government advertising in Alberta that is trying to win support for a pipeline by misleading Canadian citizens.
In the first segment, we discuss just how much heat the oceans have absorbed, and climate change’s impact on tropical ecosystems. Then we talk about parenting in the 21st century, huge clumps of fat and Trans Mountain. We end with a conversation about Carbon Engineering and its potential to save us all (or not).
We spend the first segment looking at the Wet’suwet’en Nation’s struggle against the Coastal GasLink pipeline which is set to dissect large areas of unceded Indigenous territory. We speak with Tom Ranson on his Northern Lights documentary, and end with an interview with Tara Seucharan of the Council of Canadians.
We look forward to the promises of 2019 and speak with Electric Vehicle expert Matthew Klippenstein and Samia Sayid of Fresh Rents Fashion Library.
This week we speak with Tim Nash the Sustainable Economist about the Green New Deal and Sarah Bradley of Cycle T.O. about a new system for identifying stolen bicycles.
We sit down with Brian of Ripple Farms and Emily of the Toronto Tool Library to discuss their current endeavours as well as their Big Ideas for 2019 and beyond.
We spend the first twenty minutes discussing COP24 in Poland. Our second segment is an interview with filmmaker Leora Eisen on her new documentary Food for Thought, ending with a discussion of a landmark Quebec lawsuit and the new BC climate plan.