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Christopher Trider talks about the campaign to protect Owls Head Provincial Park in Nova Scotia.
21 Sep, 2021 | 0:28:14 |
EN | Scott Neigh | Talking Radical Radio

Christopher Trider is a landscape architect in Nova Scotia and a former provincial civil servant with experiencing in planning provincial parks. He is also a member of a grassroots group called Save Owls Head Provincial Park, which is doing its best to intervene in the fate of a small piece of land on Nova Scotia’s eastern shore, next to the...
For weeks of September 20 and 27, 2021
14 Sep, 2021 | 0:57:29 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

30 years ago in Miami, 1500 women from 80 countries came together. They held a tribunal and a think tank to plan for sustainability of life on earth, forming demands for the UN Rio Summit on Environment and Development. Now everyone seeing the disaster they predicted and may be ready to adopt the measures they prescribe.
Indigenous Women's Strategy
26 Jul, 2021 | 0:28:42 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

Mililani Trask speaks to a conference on the Gift Economy in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, in November 2004, about the economic, cultural and spiritual differences between corporations and communities. She calls for global networking among indigenous peoples and others of like practice to stop the destructive overexploitation of nature and restore reciprocal relations between humans and the planet we live...
on the origins of Kenya's Green Belt Movement
21 Jun, 2021 | 0:28:48 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

Long before she was a Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, biologist Dr. Wangari Maathai came to San Francisco to receive the Goldman Environmental Prize in 1991. There she also gave this address to the Sierra Club, in which she explains the origins, purposes, methodology and political ramifications of the Greenbelt Movement. As of 2021, the Greenbelt Movement says its members have...
Speaking of Fish with Kimberly Orren
10 May, 2021 | 0:30:00 |
EN | Ivan Emke | Fit to Eat: The NL Farm and Food Show

When you hear people talk about "local food," does the picture in your head include fish? Why do some folks talk about "fish and food" as if the two are not in the same category? Why don't we have just one basket for food - one that includes figgy duff and fat back and fiddleheads, as well as fish? Today's...
Vandana Shiva connects the present to the past
05 Apr, 2021 | 0:28:49 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

India passed three new farm bills during the COVID lockdown last fall that gave rise to a sustained farmers' strike that is perhaps the largest in history. Sustainable fashion journalist Aditi Mayer interviewed sustainable farming activist Vandana Shiva about what is going on and the history behind it. Maria Gilardin of TUC radio reports what the stock market says about...
A mode of transportation that couldn’t be more homegrown in this country if it tried - the canoe.
29 Mar, 2021 | 0:30:03 |
EN | Victoria Fenner |

Today's program is about two subjects that are naturally Canadian -- plants which have grown here for centuries if not longer. And the canoe -- an important kind of transportation throughout the history of this land. First up, Mark Cullen, our perennial, and annuals, gardening experts fills us in on how native plants benefit gardens, birds, bees and well, the...
Young Climate Feminist Leaders Talk
30 Nov, 2020 | 0:28:44 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

On September 25, 2020, WEDO (the Women's Environment and Development Organization) hosted a virtual "Radical Futures Roundtable: Young Climate Feminists in Conversation." Panelists from around the world talked about how they came by their radicalism and their expertise, and about their radical visions for the future.
Voices from Manitoba, Colombia, Brazil and east Himalayas on Hydro-power
04 Sep, 2020 | 0:59:32 |
EN | Michael Welch |

This week’s Global Research News Hour features a variety of speakers from a conference on Hydro-impacted communities hosted by Wa Ni Ska Tan. They include speakers from three Manitoba communities, Senator Mary Jane McCallum, speakers from Columbia, Brazil, and feminist political ecologist Deepa Joshi.
The work by the Qualicum Nature Preservation Society to oppose development of wetlands.
26 May, 2020 | 0:27:50 |
EN | Scott Neigh | Talking Radical Radio

Ezra Morse is a software engineer and an engineering manager. Ray Woroniak has worked as a wilderness guide and an organic vegetable farmer, and currently is a stay-at-home parent. Both live in Qualicum Beach, a town of about 9000 people on the east coast of Vancouver Island, and they are the president and vice-president, respectively, of the Qualicum Nature Preservation...
Topics: COVID-19, avian diseases, Earth Day 2020
04 May, 2020 | 0:30:15 |
EN | Julia Cameron | For the Birds Podcast

Hosted by Julia "Jules" Cameron, For the Birds Podcast is all about our feathered friends (or foes) - the birds! In this episode, we talk about the COVID-19 pandemic, avian disease, and Earth Day. *This program is recorded in-studio at Caper Radio CJBU, Cape Breton University’s campus radio station in Sydney, Nova Scotia.*
Real ways to win
20 Jan, 2020 | 0:28:49 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

The climate struggle is not hopeless - culprits are scared and already getting punished. In addition to social media, bodies blocking pipelines, climate strikes, demonstrations and civil disobedience arrests, tools include lawsuits, runs on banks that bankroll the fossil fuel industry, massive "social risk" to degrade stock values, celebrity-fuelled rallies and teach-ins, recognizing indigenous cultural leadership, and re-connecting with nature...
Topics: climate change, avian migration
19 Dec, 2019 | 0:26:09 |
EN | Julia Cameron | For the Birds Podcast

Hosted by Julia "Jules" Cameron, For the Birds Podcast is all about our feathered friends (or foes) - the birds! In this episode, we talk about the great seasonal migrations and the affects of climate change on this journey. *This program is recorded in-studio at Caper Radio CJBU, Cape Breton University’s campus radio station in Sydney, Nova Scotia.*
Topics: deforestation, forestry, woodpeckers, and Canadian songbirds
02 Dec, 2019 | 0:30:32 |
EN | Julia Cameron | For the Birds Podcast

Hosted by Julia "Jules" Cameron, For the Birds Podcast is all about our feathered friends (or foes) - the birds! In this episode, we look into Canadian forestry and the global threat of deforestation, and the woodpeckers and songbirds in Canadian forest habitats. *This program is recorded in-studio at Caper Radio CJBU, Cape Breton University’s campus radio station in Sydney,...
Topics: global ocean warming, fisheries, seabirds
07 Aug, 2019 | 0:26:36 |
EN | Julia Cameron | For the Birds Podcast

Hosted by Julia "Jules" Cameron, For the Birds Podcast is all about our feathered friends (or foes) - the birds! In this episode, we discuss the changing and warming oceans, plastic pollution, fisheries, and the seabirds. *This program is recorded in-studio at Caper Radio CJBU, Cape Breton University’s campus radio station in Sydney, Nova Scotia.
Topics: shorebirds and allies, plastic pollution, anthropogenic climate change
17 Jul, 2019 | 0:26:38 |
EN | Julia Cameron | For the Birds Podcast

This series takes a look into our feathered friends (or foes) – the birds! Hosted by Julia “Jules” Cameron (BSc. Biology/Psychology, CBU and Station Manager at Caper Radio CJBU), “For the Birds” explores different groups of avian species, their ecology, the threat of climate change, and the need for conservation. This program is recorded in-studio at Caper Radio CJBU, Cape...
Topics: Pride Month, Canada's National Bird, ducks and related waterfowl
03 Jul, 2019 | 0:29:12 |
EN | Julia Cameron | For the Birds Podcast

This series takes a look into our feathered friends (or foes) – the birds! Hosted by Julia “Jules” Cameron (BSc. Biology/Psychology, CBU and Station Manager at Caper Radio CJBU), “For the Birds” explores different groups of avian species, their ecology, the threat of climate change, and the need for conservation. This program is recorded in-studio at Caper Radio CJBU, Cape...
Topics: evolutionary history of flight, feathers, falcons, and New World vultures
19 Jun, 2019 | 0:27:12 |
EN | Julia Cameron | For the Birds Podcast

This series takes a look into our feathered friends (or foes) – the birds! Hosted by Julia “Jules” Cameron (BSc. Biology/Psychology, CBU and Station Manager at Caper Radio CJBU), “For the Birds” explores different groups of avian species, their ecology, the threat of climate change, and the need for conservation. This program is recorded in-studio at Caper Radio CJBU, Cape...
Topics: "what are birds", avian evolutionary history, conservation, extinctions
05 Jun, 2019 | 0:27:51 |
EN | Julia Cameron | For the Birds Podcast

This series takes a look into our feathered friends (or foes) – the birds! Hosted by Julia “Jules” Cameron (BSc. Biology/Psychology, CBU and Station Manager at Caper Radio CJBU), “For the Birds” explores different groups of avian species, their ecology, the threat of climate change, and the need for conservation. This program is recorded in-studio at Caper Radio CJBU, Cape...
Protecting Pollinators - Butterflies ,Bees, Bats and More
20 May, 2019 | 0:28:07 |
EN | Lawson Hunter | EarthMatters

In 'Protecting Pollinators: How to Save the Creatures that Feed Our World', beekeeper and author Jodi Helmer explores why pollinator decline has become so dire and how it can be reversed. Her book, published by Island Press, offers a hopeful vision for the future of pollinators - not just the iconic monarch butterfly and the dainty hummingbird, but the drab...
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