From the Wildfire into the Soup Pot
What impact is climate change having on the wildfires of B.C.? And soup from compost and stone.
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Uploaded: 12 Oct, 2020
Recording Date: 25 Nov, 2019
Recording Location: Hamilton, Ontario
Topical for: Timeless
Status: Complete, Ready to Air
Copyright: Harrowsmith Magazine
Program Title: From the Wildfire into the Soup Pot
Description: A study published in Earth’s Future last year is clear: the fires that ravaged B.C. in 2017 were made terrifyingly worse by human-induced climate change. We made weather worse, whipping up winds, calling down lighting and causing the fires to burn up to 11 times more land than normal. And, things might get worse still. To understand what’s at stake, and what we can do Wayne MacPhail spoke with a western voice of reason, and a Harrowsmith magazine contributor Vanessa Farnsworth. Things get dark, but we offer hope. Hang in there.
On a lighter note ...
How do you make soup from compost and a stone? Well, you don’t, really, but the Compost Council of Canada was inspired by the fable of stone soup to fund their Plant, Grow, Share-a-Row program by hosting Soupalicious, a celebration of the earth’s bound and humans desire to share. Wayne spoke with Susan Antler of the Compost Council about the origins and intents of the delicious event.
Host(s): Wayne MacPhail
Featured Speakers/Guests: Vanessa Farnsworth - Harrowsmith Magazine contributor Susan Antler - Compost Council of Canada
Credits: Wayne MacPhail - host and producer
Yolanda Thornton - Harrowsmith publisher
Victoria Fenner - campus and community radio distribution
Theme music by David Archibald
Environment > Climate ChangeType: Interview
Environment > Agriculture
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