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 Anthropocene In 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 …

Episode 1.6: Federalism, Party Politics and Environment

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The environmental policy process in Canada is complicated. With its division of powers between provinces and the federal government, Canada’s federalist structure has tended to serve as a barrier to achieving consistent nation-wide environmental policy change. In this episode, Dr. …

Episode 1.6: Federalism, Party Politics and Environment

Episode 6: Federalism, Party Politics and Environment The environmental policy process in Canada is complicated. With its division of powers between provinces and the federal government, Canada’s federalist structure has tended to serve as a barrier to achieving consistent nation-wide …