On Declaring a Climate Emergency (659)

On Declaring a Climate Emergency (659)

We discuss our growing predicament and the discrepancies between political and public sentiment, via stories about the atmosphere, the arctic, Extinction Rebellion, clean energy, coal, Canadian politics, air pollution, Uber, Trump and US politics.

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Shifting Climate, Shifting Culture (646)

Shifting Climate, Shifting Culture (646)

We sit down with seven climate innovators to discuss policy solutions and cultural change. Featured on the show are folks from Project Neutral, Climate Ventures, point A, Feedback, The Spent Goods Company, Fresh Fashion Library, and Unwrapit.

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The Hideous Irony of Our Power Structures (634)

The Hideous Irony of Our Power Structures (634)

We start with a new Paris Agreement study, then look at a first-of-its-kind lawsuit against the fossil fuel industry, the madness of arctic drilling, insect sperm and deadly seaweed. We end with a discussion of Iran and the jailing and murdering of activists worldwide.

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On Being Out of Touch (629)

On Being Out of Touch (629)

We start with a discussion of a landmark court ruling out of The Hague ordering the Dutch government to be much more aggressive on its emissions targets. Guest host Krystyna Henke gives a 30-minute interview with “The Greenest Mayor in Canada,” after which Stefan angrily refutes his perspective.

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The Profound Dissonance of Contemporary Politics (609)

The Profound Dissonance of Contemporary Politics (609)

We give a presentation of the political exchange surrounding the Canadian government's decision to purchase the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project. Despair is flirted with but not succumbed to, the problem of contemporary political language is discussed, and the final Ontario provincial leaders' debate is examined.

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Will the 'Call of the Forest' reach the G20? (562)

Will the 'Call of the Forest' reach the G20? (562)

We interview Diana Beresford-Kroeger, award winning scientist, host of the documentary 'Call of the Forest'. Diana talks to us about biomimicry, the connections between forests and health and cultural roots, and the philosophy of science as it relates to modern man made environmental issues.

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Climate Change Is Here Now (560)

Climate Change Is Here Now (560)

This week we focus on largely on climate effects, as they are already causing havoc. Additionally as these effects become more clear, some hard to predict further complications can become apparent complicating mitigation efforts and causing additional difficulties and danger the world over.

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Government Captured: Selling YOU Out (517)

Government Captured: Selling YOU Out (517)

We begin the show with an update on the Nestle water controversy, which could see Ontario sell it's water to the private corp for a pathetic $3.71 per MILLION litres. Daryn hosts a review of the criticism surrounding BC's new 'Carbon Plan'.

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