Into The Fire (578)

Into The Fire (578)

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. 

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Planning To Win Ep. 3 - Future (574)

With episode 3 of our ongoing Planning to Win series, Stefan Hostetter and Emmay Ma are joined by Lawrence Alvarez of the Toronto Tool Library and the Institute for a Resource Based Economy to chat about his ideas on what a sustainable future could look like and how alternative economies can play a role. 

*Planning to Win, is a series of interviews and discussions with people, organizations, and movements who are building the sustainable future, today.

What does a sustainable world actually look like? And how does this thinking impact an educational system? Vince discusses the power of giving children more control of their own learning and how to use motivational interviewing to inspire change.

We want this to be a collaborative project. So send us your visions of a sustainable world and we'll go out and find people working to bring those into reality. Or maybe you know of an incredible initiative that you think should be highlighted. Let us know!

Produced by: David Hostetter & Paul Dore.

This Weeks Music:

Kaytranada, Despite the Weather, from 99.9% & BadBadNotGood & Ghostface Killah, Nuggets of Wisdom, from Sour Soul

What do you think?

Let us know what you think of what we discussed in the show! Click here to find us on social media or send us an email.

Planning To Win Ep. 2 - Education (573)

With episode 2 of our ongoing Planning to Win series, Stefan Hostetter and Emmay Ma are joined by Vincent Schutt of Enviromentum to discuss his vision for education within a sustainable world.  

*Planning to Win, is a series of interviews and discussions with people, organizations, and movements who are building the sustainable future, today.

What does a sustainable world actually look like? And how does this thinking impact an educational system? Vince discusses the power of giving children more control of their own learning and how to use motivational interviewing to inspire change.

We want this to be a collaborative project. So send us your visions of a sustainable world and we'll go out and find people working to bring those into reality. Or maybe you know of an incredible initiative that you think should be highlighted. Let us know!

Produced by: David Hostetter & Paul Dore.

This Weeks Music:

Drink My Rivers, Andy Shauf & Brokered Heart, The Acorn

What do you think?

Let us know what you think of what we discussed in the show! Click here to find us on social media or send us an email.

Connect with Nature and Each Other (572)

Connect with Nature and Each Other (572)

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.

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