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Justin Trudeau has approved the Trans Mountain Expansion pipeline a day after declaring a ‘climate emergency’. We look at various perspectives on TMX and the climate crisis and discuss Grassy Narrows, the dangers of environment reporting, and justice in the context of the Green New Deal.
With Trudeau’s Trans Mountain decision looming, we look at Jason Kenney’s petroleum speech and the youth activists who penned letters to the Prime Minister. The Sustainable Economist Tim Nash joins us to discuss recent as well as long-developing trends in sustainable investment.
We sit down again with Professor Stephen Scharper of the University of Toronto to discuss ‘visions of a good life’, methods for listening deeply to nature, and how we can transform our apocalyptic visions into prosperous ones. Also on the table is the ecstatic celebratory energy of the universe.
This week we talk about tornadoes, flooding, heatwaves, wildfires, mercury poisoning, rebellious high schoolers, freedom gas, William Happer & political polarization.
We discuss some fresh studies on global warming and a host of plastic and trash stories. In our second segment, we interview five members of Apathy is Boring, a non-partisan, charitable organization that supports and educates youth to be active and contributing citizens in Canada’s democracy.
We discuss our growing predicament and the discrepancies between political and public sentiment, via stories about the atmosphere, the arctic, Extinction Rebellion, clean energy, coal, Canadian politics, air pollution, Uber, Trump and US politics.
We discuss the new biodiversity study, Canada’s own Green New Deal, permafrost, greed, and the importance of community radio. Brody Robinmeyer joins us in the last section to talk about the environmental movement in Hamilton and beyond.
We outline the serious bad kind of funk that Canada will be submerged in if we don’t get our act together on climate change. Topics include Jeremy Corbyn, terrorism charges for pipeline protestors, new tar sands regulation, the secession of Alberta, trees, and burning plastic.
We talk about ongoing climate protests, Greenland, the financial sector, indigenous water protectors in Nova Scotia and BC, New York City’s Green New Deal, super plants, the rebirth of rivers, the importance of community radio and plumply sexy parrots.
We discuss the international rebellion for climate action, as well as Jason Kenney and Doug Ford’s strange campaigns against the environment. We have Kimberly D'Oliveira on in the second segment to talk about circular economics, and then we talk with Andrew Davies, of No. 9 Contemporary Arts & The Environment.