Episode 2.13: Resources, Population and the Global Environment: A Case Study in Water

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Recorded on World Water Day, in this episode, we speak with Dr. Farhana Sultana, Associate Professor in the Department of Geography and the Environment and the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University to discuss all things …

Episode 2.13: Resources, Population and the Global Environment: A Case Study in Water

Episode 2.13: Resources, Population and the Global Environment: A Case Study in WaterRecorded on World Water Day, in this episode, we speak with Dr. Farhana Sultana, Associate Professor in the Department of Geography and the Environment and the Maxwell School …

Episode 2.8: Environmental Justice and the Anthropocene

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In this episode we talk about Indigenous environmental justice with Dr. Kyle Whyte (University of Michigan, and citizen of the Potawatomi Nation). Dr. Whyte explains how indigenous knowledge, identity, and kinship networks can reshape contemporary ecological politics.

Episode 2.8: Environmental Justice and the Anthropocene

Episode 2.8: Environmental Justice and the AnthropoceneIn this episode we talk about Indigenous environmental justice with Dr. Kyle Whyte, George Willis Pack Professor of Environment and Sustainability at University of Michigan, and a citizen of the Potawatomi Nation. The conversation …

Episode 1.16: Pathways to Sustainable Food Systems

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The global food system is a very complex set of systems that look incredibly different in different parts of the world. In this episode, we take a look at food systems in Nairobi, Kenya, and in Newfoundland, Canada with our …

Episode 1.16: Pathways to Sustainable Food Systems

Episode 16: Pathways to Sustainable Food SystemsAchieving more sustainable food systems is a messy business because the stakes are so high for all involved. In this episode, we look at the state of food systems generally, and then critically analyze …