SEASON 3: EVERYDAY ECOPOLITICS
A podcast series offering core content for university students studying environmental politics.
What does eco-citizenship entail? We get Manvi Bhalla (Shake Up The Establishment) and Kimberly Nicholas (Lund University) to introduce Season 3 by helping us answer this important question.
Should we cut back on meat consumption for the climate? Hear some nuanced answers from agri-food experts Paige Stanley (UC Berkeley) and Tara Garnett (Oxford).
How do we confront capitalism's ecological record? In this episode we get some answers from Dianne Saxe (Deputy Leader of the Green Party of Ontario), and Professor Matt Huber (Syracuse University).
What does a just transition really entail? Hear our guests, Luisa Da Silva (Iron and Earth) and Heather Milton-Lightening (long-time Indigenous climate activist) share their views and experiences mobilizing for just transition.
How can we confront the environmental challenges associated with Canadian mining? We speak to guests Chandu Claver (Cordillera Peoples' Alliance), Professor Teresa Kramarz, (University of Toronto), and Sheri Meyerhoffer (Canadian Ombudsperson for Responsible Enterprise) to find out.
Is the local a romantic eco-myth? A critical appraisal of ‘Thinking Globally, Acting Locally
Dr. Navin Ramankutty from UBC and Ken Meter from the Crossroads Resource Center in Minneapolis speak with our hosts about whether locally produced foods, provided by small-scale farmers, are inherently more sustainable than that which comes from larger producers many miles away.