Episode 2.12: Metaphors for Climate Governance

Episode 2.12: Metaphors for Climate GovernanceIn this episode, which is a re-broadcast of an episode from Season 1, we speak with Steven Bernstein, Distinguished Professor of Global Environmental and Sustainability Governance, University of Toronto, and Matthew Hoffmann, Professor of Political …

Episode 2.11: Growth, Degrowth, Agrowth

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What is the relationship between economic growth and the environment? What is ‘green growth’ and why does the degrowth movement oppose it? And what does it mean to be agnostic about growth in the context of sustainability? In this episode …

Episode 2.11: Growth, Degrowth, Agrowth

Episode 2.11: Growth, Degrowth, AgrowthWhat is the relationship between economic growth and the environment? What is ‘green growth’ and why does the degrowth movement oppose it? And what does it mean to be agnostic about growth in the context of …

Episode 1.11: Environmental Political Economy

Episode 11: Environmental Political EconomyWhat needs to change in order to truly tackle climate change? In this episode Dr. Laurie Adkin, Professor of Political Science at the University of Alberta, provides us with some answers by looking at the intersections …

Episode 1.9: Ecofeminism and Queer Ecology

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Dr. Catriona Sandilands and Dr. Sherilyn McGregor share with us the ways in which ecofeminism, and queer ecology, serve to diversify and deepen how we look at the policies and day-to-day practices of environmental politics.

Episode 1.9: Ecofeminism and Queer Ecology

Episode 9: Ecofeminism and Queer EcologyEcofeminism is a critical lens that focuses on the many ways that gender shapes how people see and treat nature as well as people’s interactions with their environments. Queer ecology disrupts prevailing heterosexist understandings of …