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This week is the fall CIUT fundraiser but that doesn't stop us from having a great show! Filmmaker Andrew Gregg joins the show to talk about his most recent DOC 'Secrets From The Ice' which explores the new field of melted ice-patch archaeology.
Someone once said 'you aren't paranoid if they really are after you', we discuss millennial anxiety this week as well as talk to 'Feedback' co-founders Ben and Josh Walters about food waste.
We begin the show with a story about the ongoing death of coal, and how coal towns are largely not getting the message. The ongoing transparent corporate takeover of the US Environmental Protection Agency, and an update on the Kinder Morgan pipeline battle still happening on the west coast.
Our guest this week is writer, producer and director of 'Into The Fire' Leora Eisen for CBC's The Nature of Things. Leora talks to us about the relationship between wildfires and climate change, how little we actually know about fires and how old knowledge is combining with new technology to help control them.
We begin this week with Stefan's 'This week in Armageddon' update, the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Puerto Rico and the unstoppable decline in the future or fossil fuels.
California wildfires that as of this post has claimed 31 lives and thousands of acres of land. Saryn and Stefan discuss the imminent canceling, or at least de-fanging of the clean energy act passed in the USA as part of President Obama's legacy.
We talk about the undertold costs of oil production and the downfall of Energy East. Our guest this week is Britt Wray, author of 'Rise of the Necrofauna: The Science, Ethics, and Risks of the De-Extinction'.
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.