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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.
This week we do a deep-dive on Toronto's climate plan: Transform TO. The bill passed last year, but budget time is coming up and it doesn't look like the Mayor is working to fund it and without funding the plan is essentially wet paper.
Documentary writer and director Christine Nielsen joins us to talk about the new CBC Nature of Things Doc Jumbo: The Life Of An Elephant Superstar. Christine talks about the emotions of elephants, the story of Jumbo and about the science of investigating a death from over 100 years ago.
We do our best this week to end on a high note, with Stefan opening on a number of wins that you might have missed in between all the Russia investigation and North Korea nuclear threats.
We spend most of the show talking about a George Monbiot opinion article from the Guardian about the thing that keeps him up at night. No it's not North Korea, or even Trump. It's how we're going to feed billions more people with ever decreasing ability to grow food. Happy Holidays!
This holiday show takes a relaxed pace to talk about the future in a fireside chat about the past and future. Grab a coco and get comfortable :)
Unlike other political issues, climate change get exponentially more dangerous the longer we take to address it. While we want desperately to applaud ANY progress towards a sustainable future, the reality is: there is a time limit and physics doesn't negotiate or give half-marks.
Stefan starts the show with an interest piece on the topic of vertical farming. Does it hold the keys to the future? Probably not, at least not soon or alone but some interesting parties are increasingly investing heavily in the field.
We are looking to hire a producer! (and find some volunteers too) check out this quick bonus episode for detials.
Green Majority producer David Hostetter interviews the creators of the Chemical Valley Project, Kevin Matthew Wong and Julia Howman. Kevin and Julia talk to us about the purpose of the project, what is 'documentary theatre' and most importantly learn a lot about Sarnia's famous Chemical Valley.