The Urine Brick Road (631)

The Urine Brick Road (631)

Bricks are being made out of urine in Cape Town, plastic pieces are becoming prevalent in human stool, a Hawaiian island has disappeared, and an old-school fascist is president of Brazil. We also look at the oilsands, Torontonian hypocrisy and Mr. Donald J. Trump.

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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 β€œThe Greenest Mayor in Canada,” after which Stefan angrily refutes his perspective.

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Demand Safe Roads! and Other Concerns (611)

Demand Safe Roads! and Other Concerns (611)

We discuss car culture and traffic deaths in Toronto, followed by a look at waste initiatives at the G7 and an examination of Doug Ford's victory in Ontario. Peggy Sue Smiltnieks joins us to discuss issues in the sustainable fashion industry.

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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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