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The 2017 Great Lakes Water Walk manifests sacred, ceremonial Indigenous tradition of “Walking for the Water”, to honour and respect earth’s most precious resource. Led by Indigenous Grandmothers, Knowledge Holders, and Elders, with collaboration and guidance from Nibi Emosaawdamajig and Ecologos, the Great Lakes Water Walk unites First Peoples and Canadians in a symbolic walk towards reconciliation through a shared reverence for life-sustaining water, and to ensure the health and well-being of the Great Lakes of Ontario for future generations.
Stefan and Saryn discuss 'extreme' rhetoric in regards to climate change, and ask the question in it finally time to start talking about blood on people's hands when preventing climate action in the wake of two deadly category five hurricanes in 2 weeks?
Energy East pipeline is going into a holding pattern in anticipation of new climate test standards that may kill the project. Ongoing extreme weather across the world and a conversation whether rhetoric can and should be escalated in response to escalating climate impacts.
Stefan and Saryn continue the discussion on disaster preparedness using the example of the chemical plant explosions in Texas as a result of Hurricane Harvey.
We talk about the mainstream media coverage of the flooding in Houston, Texas as a result of Hurricane Harvey, what can be said about its relation to climate change, the knock-off effects that are largely not being talked about and the long term financial impacts among assorted other issues to prepare for.
Oil companies like Exxon have lied to us for 20 years so they can line their own pockets, and we should get that money back to pay for the cost to clean up their climate mess. #ExxonKnew and made billions of lying to the rest of us, and we think they should pay for their mistake instead of you.
In the shadow of the Charlottesville protests turned violent thanks to Nazi sympathizers and the sudden outpouring of hate by right wing groups in the USA, we take a look at some of the weeks news from the perspective of racism's role in environmental issues.
With a special, first of what will be an ongoing series, Stefan is joined by Emmay Ma, to discuss the launch of Planning to Win, a series of interviews and discussions with people, organizations, and movements who are building the sustainable future, today.
Stefan starts the show with a terrifying report on assassinated environmentalists, particularly recent spike with 113 being killed so far this year alone. We also draw a line back to the Canadian mining companies, which are all too often implicated, involved or indefensibly ignorant.
At the time of this posting :) 'The Mooch' is already gone... fired 10 days after hiring. The hosts discuss Saryn's ideas around north american's obsession with conflating wealth with talent, despite the simplest way to acquire wealth being by being dishonest and corrupt as highlighted by Anthony Scaramucci's brief appearance at the Trump communications director.