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George Monbiot: Transcending Feast, Famine, and Frenzy

A talk on food security by author and activist George Monbiot and a review of the film Petropolis


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Length: 0:29:03
Uploaded: 10 Nov, 2009

Recording Date: 10 Nov, 2009
Recording Location: Edmonton, AB
Logsheet: none
Language: English
Topical for: 1 Week
Status: Complete, Ready to Air
Copyright: Creative Commons: Attribution-Noncommercial

Program Title: George Monbiot: Transcending Feast, Famine, and Frenzy
Description: This week we bring you excerpts from a fantastic talk by author and activist George Monbiot. In it he draws ties between food shortages in the developing world and over-consumption in the West, as well as biofuels production and food colonialism. We also have a review of Petropolis, a new film about the Alberta tar sands.

Host(s): Jade Gregg
Featured Speakers/Guests: George Monbiot

Credits: A production of CJSR Radio in Edmonton, Alberta.

Contributors: David Prodan, Jason Melnychuk, and Rebekah Rooney

Producer: Steve Andersen

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Health > Food and Nutrition
Environment > Climate Change
Regional > Africa
Regional > Canada > Alberta
Regional > Europe
Environment > Agriculture
Regional > Canada
Environment > Pollution
Type: News Reports

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