Episode 2.9: Indigenous Environmental Rights: The Maya of Belize

Adam

In this episode we speak to Cristina Coc, Executive Director of the Julian Cho Society and Spokesperson for the Toledo Alcaldes Association/Maya Leaders Alliance, and Filiberto Penados, Chair, Julian Cho Society about the connections between indigenous rights and land conservation. …

Episode 2.9: Indigenous Environmental Rights: The Maya of Belize

Episode 2.9: Indigenous Environmental Rights: The Maya of Belize In this episode, we speak with Cristina Coc, Executive Director of the Julian Cho Society and Spokesperson for the Toledo Alcaldes Association/Maya Leaders Alliance, and Filiberto Penados, Chair, Julian Cho Society …

Episode 2.7: Multilateral Agreements and Institutions in Global Ecopolitics

Adam

In this episode we talk with Dr. Radoslav Dimitrov, Associate Professor at Western University to learn more about multilateral environmental agreements. How are they created? How are they enforced? Dr. Dimitrov also explains why some MEAs are essentially “hollow” or …

Episode 2.7: Multilateral Agreements and Institutions in Global Ecopolitics

Episode 2.7: Multilateral Agreements and Institutions in Global Ecopolitics In this episode we talk with Dr. Radoslav Dimitrov, Associate Professor at Western University to learn more about multilateral environmental agreements. How are they created? How are they enforced? Dr. Dimitrov …