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If we're headed down a path that's leading us to environmental degradation, dehumanization, and disconnection from the things that matter most, simultaneously endangering our Earth's clean water, clean air, and biodiversity, then we must ask: What for? Green Dreamer with Kamea Chayne is a podcast that curiously and critically explores our paths to collective healing, ecological regeneration, and true abundance and wellness for all. Subscribe now and get inspired by conversations featuring Th ...
 
From prisons to protests, immigration to the environment, Peabody Award-winning Reveal goes deep into the pressing issues of our times. The Atlantic says “the experience of each episode is akin to a spoonful of sugar, even when it’s telling a story about Richard Spencer’s cotton farms or a man’s final days as a heroin addict.” Reveal is a project of The Center for Investigative Reporting and is co-produced with PRX. The show is hosted by Al Letson and partners with reporters and newsrooms ar ...
 
A social justice podcast combining hard-hitting journalism and interviews with hip-hop music and original lyrics from independent artists. Each episode delves into an important issue with an alternative take to widely accepted narratives, arming listeners with knowledge and insight they won't hear from mainstream media outlets.
 
Sustainability Defined is the podcast that defines sustainability, one concept (and bad joke) at a time. Hosts Scott Breen and Jay Siegel explore a new topic each episode with the help of an expert in the field. Each concept falls into one of seven sectors -- Energy, Cities, Natural Environment, Transportation, Business, Policy, and Social -- and is visually represented in a Sustainability Tree found at www.sustainabilitydefined.com.
 
Speaking for the Trees is about environmental issues from two environmental engineers’ perspectives, in laymen’s terms. If you always wanted to learn more about environmental issues and don’t know where to start, why not give us a listen (or read)?Ellie and Lauren both worked in environmental consulting after their grad program in environmental engineering. They were looking for ways to continue their education in environmental justice topics they care about when they realized: hey wait a se ...
 
Workplace Justice is a podcast discussing workplace issues. We cover topics and examples of various matters in employment law including pregnancy discrimination, how courts define a hostile work environment, whistleblowing, and everything in between. Workplace Justice is brought to you by the New York City employment and civil rights law firm Nisar Law Group. To talk to an employment lawyer at Nisar Law Group, visit http://www.nisarlaw.com or call 212-600-9534 for a free case evaluation.
 
The Climate Front Line Podcast is a space where Alfredo engages with leaders through the sustainability, social justice, and environmental sectors. These critical conversations shift the narrative of how we understand climate change by centering those who are closest to the front line. Discover how the narrative changes through finding common language, keeping a critical eye on the outcomes, building role clarity, and developing transformational relationships. Listen in at the Climate Front ...
 
This bi-weekly podcast from the Institute for Local Self-Reliance shares powerful stories of local renewable energy, from mayors discussing their city’s commitment to 100% renewable energy to tales of innovative community owned solar to questions about the the best rooftop solar policy. Join host John Farrell, the director of the Institute’s Energy Democracy Initiative, as he asks if the 100-year-old monopoly market structure for electricity delivery makes sense in an on-demand, distributed ...
 
As clergy and laity from a variety of backgrounds, our commitment to justice is expressed in differing ways dependent upon our faith tradition and our personal understandings of God. We will not always agree on issues, rather find ourselves surprised when we do. The manner in which we negotiate the differences amongst ourselves is in itself part of our commitment to justice. We believe that God wills shalom; peace, justice and well-being for all people, all nations, and for our planet. God’s ...
 
Five Degrees of Change is the new energy and environment podcast series from the Business Post. Host Daniel Murray will explore how we can all make the necessary changes to reduce our impact on the environment at this critical time. He’ll be asking some of the most influential experts in politics, business and academia to propose three big environmental policy changes they would make if they had the opportunity, and to let us in on two small personal changes they have made to contribute to a ...
 
EcoJustice Radio presents environmental and climate stories from a social justice frame, featuring voices not necessarily heard on mainstream media. Our purpose is to amplify community voices, broaden the reach of grassroots-based movements, and inspire action. We aim to educate on and provide solutions for social and environmental justice and climate issues that challenge human health and wild landscapes across the USA, and around the world. Our co-hosts Jessica Aldridge and Carry Kim prese ...
 
Amplifying ideas that fly below the radar. We talk environmental and social justice, arts, culture, community-building and urban issues with featured guests. This podcast is produced by SFU’s Vancity Office of Community Engagement as a part of our Knowledge Democracy Project @ 312 Main — encouraging the meaningful exchange of ideas and information across communities. Hosted and produced by: Am Johal Alex Abahmed Fiorella Pinillos Kathy Feng Melissa Roach Paige Smith Visit our website for arc ...
 
EHS on Tap is an environmental, health, and safety podcast by BLR. On each episode of EHS on Tap, host Justin Scace will discuss emerging legal, regulatory, and policy issues with industry experts and the impacts to everyday environmental and safety professionals. EHS on Tap runs the gamut of contemporary environmental issues including water, air, and waste as well as covers a wide variety of safety issues.
 
Here, we explore what it means to practice embodiment, which is practicing home inside our own selves and also within our wider body which is the Earth. These spiritually and artfully minded conversations center healing, magic, astrology, intuition, art, wellness, creativity, social and environmental justice as the practices that help us witness more relationship, meaning and purpose.
 
Background Briefing goes far beyond the headlines and deep under the radar to bring forward truths unheard elsewhere in American media. Background Briefing features international and national news, expert guests, policymakers, and critics offering analysis and insight on national security, foreign and domestic policy, political, cultural, and social issues. backgroundbriefing.org/donate twitter.com/ianmastersmedia facebook.com/ianmastersmedia
 
Tufts University and Shareable.net present Cities@Tufts, a special eight-session series exploring community innovations in urban planning. The live discussions are moderated by professor Julian Agyeman and the podcast is hosted by Shareable's Tom Llewellyn. The sessions will focus on topics such as Environmental justice vs White Supremacy in the 21st century; Sacred Civics: What would it mean to build seven generation cities; Organizing for Food Sovereignty; From Spatializing Culture to Soci ...
 
Welcome to Nick and Katies social justice warrior happy hour! Enjoy some political correctness gone ridiculous from inner-city raving lunatics. We discuss current events and political issues from a progressive perspective that is pro-animal liberation, anti-racist, pro-feminist, pro-queer, pro-environment and anti-capitalist. Our podcast gives a voice to Left, progressive and anarchist voices and ideas that are neglected in the mainstream media. The show includes discussion, interviews, soun ...
 
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In celebration of Earth Day, we invite you into a very special dialogue with Juan Macias, tribal chairman and hereditary chief of the Carrizo Comecrudo Tribe of Texas, Mary Aguilera with the Ohio Poor People’s Campaign, and Sylvia McKenzie with the Louisiana League of Conscious Voters. These front-line leaders dive deep and wide into the heart of t…
 
Why fracking is a tricky issue for Senate candidate John Fetterman. An environmental justice leader says vacant land in communities of color is "an environmental emergency." A citizen science project for the whole family can help save frogs. Plus, syrup for your pancakes doesn't only have to come from maple trees.…
 
The News Beat podcast presents “This Week In Social Justice,” streaming live Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET. on Facebook, YouTube and Twitch. Join us on this interactive program to share your thoughts on recent news and ongoing issues as we welcome special guests, break down important issues, and sprinkle in our unique brand of Hip Hop-fueled journalism a…
 
In the first few weeks of the Biden-Harris Administration, we’ve seen an unprecedented environmental justice (EJ) campaign platform develop into far-reaching executive actions. But even before the Biden-Harris campaign brought EJ to the federal spotlight, states were starting to implement ambitious, history-making EJ-focused legislation, a trend th…
 
Joe Biden promised he would return America to a top leadership position on climate. At his own climate summit, President Biden announced the ambitious climate goal that the environmental world had been waiting for. But wait, there’s more! POLITICO’s Zack Colman, on all the news from the day-long climate meeting. Zack Colman is an energy reporter fo…
 
Sarah Glynn backgrounds a notorious show trial in Turkey that could send 108 leading members of the Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) — the third largest party in the Turkish parliament — to life imprisonment. See also: https://www.greenleft.org.au/content/kobane-case-turkish-show-trial If you like our work, become a supporter:https://www.greenleft.o…
 
Plans for a breakaway super league rocked European football this week as fans, politicians and the game’s governing bodies united in fury. After two chaotic days, the whole scheme had collapsed. David Conn looks back on a week of humiliation for football’s richest clubs. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus…
 
Putin Warns the U.S. About Red Lines as He Puts the Squeeze on Belarus | How Will Erdogan Respond to Biden Recognizing the Armenian Genocide? | Earth Day's Virtual Summit on Climate Change and the Author of Overheatedbackgroundbriefing.org/donatetwitter.com/ianmastersmediafacebook.com/ianmastersmedia…
 
Water is life. It cleanses us, sustains our bodies, and connects all living beings and the planet. Our bodies are 70% water and 70% of our planet home is covered with water. Every faith tradition has some sort of sacred water ceremony. Water grows our food and keeps our grazing animals alive. In this episode, we explore all that water means to Eart…
 
Mary Grace walks us through transits for the remainder of April 2021 including: Venus + Mercury squaring Saturn, Mars entering Cancer, the Scorpio Full Moon and Sun conjoining Uranus. She also shares a channeled message for the energy of the next two weeks that reminds us of the courage to feast on all that we love in life and to be gracious with w…
 
A decade ago, China beat America in the race for dominance in solar energy technology. Now, China is lapping the US again, this time in another key component of the green energy transition: battery production. Today, POLITICO’s Gavin Bade and Eric Wolff explore Joe Biden’s plan to catch up, and the environmental challenges along the way. Anthony Ad…
 
Al Etmanski interviews Victoria Maxwell, the Bipolar Princess. They discuss the role of art and creativity in the process of change, the dramatic increase in antidepressant prescriptions and the fact that depression is the number one source of disability in the world today. They also speak to the need for universal mental health care. Victoria expl…
 
Heather McTeer Toney stumbled into environmental justice work as the Mayor of Greenville, Mississippi. After moving on as EPA administrator and now as a Senior Adviser at Mom’s Clean Air Force, Toney talks about how to wrap climate justice around social justice and how her faith is inextricably woven into her work fighting climate change. Support t…
 
Oliver Laughland, the Guardian’s US southern bureau chief, covered the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin, who was found guilty of the murder of George Floyd on Tuesday – a landmark moment in US criminal justice history. Oliver looks at what the verdict means for America. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus…
 
In Response to BLM Protests, Republican Laws Now Criminalize Protest in 45 States | The DOJ Investigates the Minneapolis Police Department for Over-Policing and Under-Protecting | White Supremacists Are "The Most Persistent and Lethal Threat to the Homeland''backgroundbriefing.org/donatetwitter.com/ianmastersmediafacebook.com/ianmastersmedia…
 
The potato famine saw a Dublin barracks turned into place where starving people were given six minutes to eat their soup in silence. Tom Scott-Smith researches humanitarian relief and his Essay takes us from the father of the modern soup kitchen in 1790 Bavaria and the meaning of "to rumfordize" to Boston, America a hundred years later and a recipe…
 
Mainstream media has gradually begun to recognize the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two-Spirit People (MMIWG2S) epidemic across North America, but only after constant attention and pressure from Indigenous communities, advocates, and organization - still, much needs to be addressed as there continues to be serious misrepresentat…
 
Munir Virani is a world-renowned raptor biologist and the executive vice president of the Peregrine Fund. We talk with him about growing up in Nairobi, Kenya, his inspiration to begin studying birds of prey, and how he helped solve a continent-wide mystery about the source of a mass-poisoning event that wiped out more than 95% of India’s vulture po…
 
Friendship, domestic violence, power dynamics in the home, and debates about the ethics of war - all topics we can find in the dramas of Shakespeare. Scholars Emma Smith, Patrick Gray, and Emma Whipday share insights from their research, with Lisa Mullen.Professor Emma Smith is the author of This is Shakespeare. She has presented the Radio 3 Docume…
 
Thursday, April 22nd is Earth Day, and, due to the pandemic, most celebrations will be virtual this year. Still, the idea of Earth Day has endured since it all started with a series of teach-ins at the University of Michigan in 1970. U-M Civil and Enviromental Engineering Professor Glen Daigger was there and joined WEMU's David Fair to discuss thos…
 
Lowering emissions may not be enough to prevent the worst consequences of climate change. To meet the most ambitious climate goals, technologies that absorb the carbon from the atmosphere will need to be developed and rolled out en masse. And POLITICO’s Ben Lefebvre reports that’s where Exxon wants to take action. Anthony Adragna is an energy repor…
 
This episode is a trip. Despite audio being a little unprofesh, you WILL laugh at this one. Asian carp are an invasive species in the United States and the lengths conservationists are going to get rid of them are....well, they're a lot. So sit back, relax, grab your favorite beverage, and enjoy this week's episode all about the Asian carp!…
 
Three Guilty Verdicts in the Trial of the Murderer of George Floyd | Why Does the U.S. Support the Drug-Dealing Leader of Honduras? | The Agreement by China and the U.S. to Work Together Against Climate Changebackgroundbriefing.org/donatetwitter.com/ianmastersmediafacebook.com/ianmastersmediaBy Ian Masters
 
Blousy chrysanthemums pattern the cotton dress, designed for wearing indoors, that a pregnant Sophie Oliver found herself owning. It helped her come to terms with motherhood. In this Essay, the New Generation Thinker reflects upon the daydreams of Jean Rhys, the way she tried to connect with her daughter Maryvonne through clothes and examples from …
 
SFU Mathematics professor Caroline Colijn joins host Am Johal to talk about the role of data modelling in the response to COVID-19. Caroline holds the Canada 150 Research Chair in Mathematics for Infection, Evolution and Public Health, and works at the intersection of mathematics and public health, with a particular focus on the spread and evolutio…
 
Cities contain an infinite number of stories, case studies, and tangents that we could never do justice on a podcast series, let alone a single episode. But today, we’ll begin to scratch the surface with a conversation between Kurt Kohlstedt, co-author of The 99% Invisible City and a producer of the 99% Invisible podcast and Lily Linke, the creator…
 
In conversations about workplace safety and health, too often a certain category of business is left out of the conversation: Nonprofits. Yet these organizations, often heavily staffed by dedicated volunteers, share similar vulnerabilities as any other for-profit organization. On today’s podcast, we’re sitting down with Jack Geissert, the founder a…
 
For more than a century, coal mines across the country’s heartland fueled a growing nation and created thousands of jobs. But as the energy world shifts to cleaner sources of power, helping the once-booming coal country adapt to a changing world is shaping up to be one of the Democrats’ biggest challenges. POLITICO’s Zack Colman, on how Democrats a…
 
What if neither the Green New Deal nor the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals will help us address ecological breakdown? Why do frontline Earth activists say that the green movement has lost its way? In this episode, we're joined by Max Wilbert and Lierre Keith, co-authors of Bright Green Lies: How the Environmental Movement Lost Its Way…
 
Kay Taylor is an evolutionary astrologer, author, and teacher who has been integrating soul-centered astrology with a range of healing wisdom for over 35 years. Author of Soul Path Way, Kay runs the Soul Path School to train individuals in intuitive mastery, psychosynthesis, and astrology. She maintains a thriving full-time consulting practice base…
 
How to Screen Out Racist Cops Who Join Anti-Government Militias | With a Leader of the Oath Keepers Cooperating With Investigators, We Should Learn More About Who Planned the Assault on the Capitol | Paralysis at the U.N. Caused by China and Russia Allows the Slaughter of Ethiopian Civilians to Continuebackgroundbriefing.org/donatetwitter.com/ianma…
 
Claude Mackay the Haarlem poet wrote about his experiences of an earthquake in Kingston in 1907. Twenty years earlier the city was putting itself back together following a devastating fire set off by a disgruntled employee. New Generation Thinker Christienna Fryar has been reading through diaries and archives and her Essay suggests that there are l…
 
Latin waves host Sylvia Richardson speaks with Darren Lund, author of The Great White North? Exploring Whiteness, Privilege and Identity in Education. They speak about humanizing education so that it sustains learners in times of chaos. Resilience and hope are cultivated by actions. Likewise a world with justice is co-created daily by our commitmen…
 
Since the signing of the Paris Climate Agreement in 2015 many countries and big companies have ramped up their commitments to lower their emissions, while the U.S. under former President Donald Trump rejected the global effort. But no more: On Thursday — Earth Day —President Joe Bien convenes a virtual summit with dozens of world leaders, putting t…
 
Last August, Bob Pape and his family went on a city break to Birmingham, making the most of the chancellor Rishi Sunak’s ‘eat out to help out’ scheme. The day after he arrived home, his Covid symptoms began. Guardian writer Sirin Kale looks at the links between the scheme and the rise in Covid numbers. Help support our independent journalism at the…
 
On April 4 an ecosocialist party, Inuit Ataqatigiit, won a snap election in Greenland in what was a virtual referendum campaign on a proposed uranium and rare earth mining project by an Australian company, Greenland Minerals Ltd. Peter Boyle spoke to Niels Henrik Hooge from Friends of the Earth Denmark and Søren Søndergaard a MP from the Red-Green …
 
Finally the "Smoking Gun" of Collusion Mueller Was Looking For Emerges | "Liberty" in the U.S. Now Threatens Life and the Pursuit of Happiness | Fox's Tucker Carlson Mainstreams the Charlottesville Nazi Chant "The Jews Will Not Replace Us"backgroundbriefing.org/donatetwitter.com/ianmastersmediafacebook.com/ianmastersmedia…
 
Climate urgency spawns more pledges to disrupt using non-violent civil disobedience. Sergei, Greg and The Treason March supporters are walking from Sydney to Canberra along the edge of the Hume Highway. " Their signs say: " Climate Crisis: We Will Starve @LASTGENERATION " " We are F%U£ED, We are young. We are coming" "Climate Criminals Kill Kids" T…
 
The News Beat podcast presents “This Week In Social Justice,” streaming live Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET. on Facebook, YouTube and Twitch. On this episode: Killer cops; Driving while Black; Police junk science. Our special guest: Joshua Budhu, Neuro-Oncology Fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital, the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and Brigham and Wom…
 
Sixteen-year-old Myon Burrell was sent to prison for life after a stray bullet killed an 11-year-old girl in Minneapolis in 2002. Amy Klobuchar, who was Minneapolis’ top prosecutor, brought first-degree murder charges as part of a national crackdown on gang violence – a crackdown that engulfed young men of color. Burrell maintained his innocence fo…
 
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