Episode 3.1: What does it mean to be an Eco-Citizen? Intro to Everyday Ecopolitics Season Three

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What is eco-citizenship and what does it entail? These are the overarching questions that guide this episode’s discussions with Manvi Bhalla, Graduate Student and Co-Founder of Shake Up The Establishment & missINFORMED, and Kimberly Nicholas, Associate Professor of Sustainability Science …

Episode 3.1: What does it mean to be an Eco-Citizen? Intro to Everyday Ecopolitics Season Three

Episode 3.1: What does it mean to be an Eco-Citizen? Intro to Everyday Ecopolitics Season Three¬†What is eco-citizenship and what does it entail? These are the overarching questions that guide this episode’s discussions with Manvi Bhalla, Graduate Student and Co-Founder …

Episode 1.14: Corporate Social Responsibility

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Greenwashing, or legitimate Corporate Social Responsibility? Dr. Hamish van der Ven (McGill) helps us understand these concepts before walking us through two case studies.

Episode 1.13: Corporate Sustainability in Canada

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In this episode we get real about corporate social responsibility, or what Rory MacAlpine of Maple Leaf Foods calls his company’s “shared value” for all its stakeholders.

Episode 1.14: Corporate Social Responsibility

Episode 14: Corporate SOcial ResponsibilityGreenwashing, or legitimate Corporate Social Responsibility? It can be hard to tell the difference. In this episode, Dr. Hamish van der Ven, Assistant Professor at the School of Environment and Department of Political Science at McGill …

Episode 1.13: Corporate Sustainability in Canada

Episode 13: Corporate Sustainability in CanadaIn this episode we get real about corporate social responsibility with Rory MacAlpine, Senior VP Government and International Relations at Maple Leaf Foods. How do we know if corporations like Maple Leaf are dedicated to …