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We begin with Canadian ecologist and internationally published novelist Nina Munteanu. Nina helps us celebrate World Water Day by discussing her most recent book "Water Is..." as well as her philosophy to learning and knowledge.
We speak to Terracycle about commercial recycling, Jen Li about an artist focused water event called 'Don't Kill My Flow' and good news about students suing the government over climate change. Go young people!
Sorry for the confusing title, you'll get it by the end of the program :) Our main guest is Jon Love who is half of a team working with various groups in Toronto to bring the 100 top climate solutions as identified by Drawdown.org and it's founder Paul Hawkins to Toronto and beyond with citizen empowerment.
The federal budget came out yesterday and there's a lot in there that would make environmentally concerned citizens happy. We discuss the details, what's good, what's bad and what we don't know yet.
Throwback to my undergrad year at the University of Toronto by welcoming a former professor onto the program to talk about climate science. Professor Danny Harvey from the department of Geography, who has spent the last 40 years researching and teaching undergraduate students about climate science.
This week Rob Shirkey from Our Horizon helps Saryn discuss some controversial opinions. Should Rob testify FOR Big Oil, AGAINST the cities suing them? Should environmentalists dissarm and retreat on Kinder Morgan? We tackle some big topics in our usual flippant style :)
Carolyn Tinglin MSc RN, President of the National Association of Cannabis Professionals joins us to talk about the environmental benefits of hemp; it's industrial uses, it's medical applications and how the story of it being illegal was based on greed and racism in the first place. To benefit who? Oil companies of course :)
Are you a climate hawk or an environmentalist? We talk about what it means to take climate change seriously and how this might challenge or threaten some of your other priorities, even for environmentalists.
We talk to Beatrice Hunter a grandmother and First Nations Land Protector from Labrador, Canada about her experience fighting the Muskrat Falls mega-project, including having spent 11 days in jail for crossing a barrier in protest.
Cape Town, South Africa nears "Day 0" for extreme water rationing measures after 3 years of drought and 60% of residents ignoring municipal instructions to drastically limit water use.