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The climate crisis touches all areas of our lives. It is the role of climate journalism to explain this crisis and to show the causes, consequences, and solutions. In this podcast, journalists from the Global South meet interviewees from the Global North. Together they address the most important question for journalists at the moment: How can critical journalism help tackle the climate crisis?
 
Under The Weather is a monthly lecture series on climate activism and research brought to you by CKUT 90.3 FM, McGill University's Sustainability Projects Fund, and Climate Justice Montreal. For more information on the project, visit http://undertheweather.ckut.ca/ For more information on CKUT, you can visit http://ckut.ca/c/
 
This podcast will explore perspectives on climate action from women in Scotland and around the world. Our aim is to outline the current struggles of local communities and build solidarity and awareness of women's rights within climate justice. We will bring together community leaders resisting environmental destruction and promoting collective change. With these discussions, we hope to inform environmental and social policy and widen engagement in the themes of gender and climate justice. Co ...
 
Join Youth Host Dani as she explores issues of Climate Justice through the reflections of young people and many more, across Scotland and Malawi. Dani seeks to find out what climate justice means in both contexts of Scotland and Malawi, and how we might use these insights in defining our climate and social justice efforts looking to the future. • What does Black Lives Matter means for a Malawian working in rural groundwater sustainability? • How empowered does a teenage climate activist in S ...
 
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Can the national budget advance adaptation efforts and climate justice?The need to mitigate and adapt to the realities of the climate crisis in these and other sectors has become increasingly apparent. This episode will focus on the adaptation pillar of climate action. Climate change adaptation means anticipating the adverse effects of climate chan…
 
Climate change affects us all. On this episode,African journalists Tumelo from Botswana and Florence from Malawi tag team to get an insight on the work of the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung in their combat against climate change and their fight for climate justice. The expert on the matter is Katja Voigt. Head of Department for International Politics and …
 
What is your role in the face of the climate crises? As journalists from the global south meet with one in the global north it makes room for a controversial discussion on how reporting is done by those who face the brunt of the climate crisis in Southern Africa versus those in a high emissions country like Germany. Southern African journalists' Te…
 
Climate change impacts men and women differently because of differences in their traditional roles, societal expectations, and livelihoods. While this is the case, the vulnerability of women from the global south and women from the global north is also different due to different factors such as education levels, levels of income and access to credi…
 
Professor Markus Wissen, who co-authored a book with Ulrich Brand, titled, “The Imperial Mode of Living: Everyday Life and the Ecological Crisis of Capitalism”, visits the CJC podcast studio to speak with Southern African journalists Onke Ngcuka and Alexandre Nhampossa. In the discussion, Professor Wissen explains to the audience that the lifestyle…
 
Tafadzwa Ufumeli, a visual storyteller from Zimbabwe, and Lerato Mutsila, a journalist from South Africa sat down with Nina Treu, co-founder and coordinator of the Laboratory for New Economic Ideas in Leipzig, Germany to unpack the concept of Degrowth and uncover what place such a movement has in an increasingly globalised world. Can shrinking the …
 
What comes to your mind when you think of images? Arguably the most likely answer would be photographs taken on a smartphone. But what happens when art history, climate change and cartography come together? We speak to Professor Birgit Schneider from the University of Potsdam about the history and importance of maps in communicating climate change …
 
An analysis of the Climate Change Bill for activists.The tabling of the Climate Change Bill before parliament represents an important moment in tackling climate change, the most severe crisis facing the future of humanity and the planet. As impacts of the climate crisis are especially keenly felt by the Black working class, and marginalised groups …
 
A people's tribunal putting the government on trial for its crimesGuests: Cleopatra Shezi (United Front) In this special episode of Just Us and the Climate, we take you to a live People's Tribunal, entitled the People of South Africa versus the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE). We hear stories from people across the country about h…
 
Seismic surveys on South Africa's east and west coastsGuests: Nonhle Mbuthuma (Amadiba Crisis Committee) Sinegugu Zukulu (Sustaining the Wild Coast) Wilmien Wicomb (Legal Resources Center) Christian Adams (Steenberg Cove Small Scale Fishers Community) Dr Mnqobi Ngubane and Moenieba Isaacs (Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies)Big corpor…
 
In the seventh episode of the Connecting Women’s Voices podcast, host Georgia Seiti speaks with Linda Abrahm, Natalia Equihua and Dr Angela O’Hagan about gender-based violence and the environment, climate change and the need for legal recognition of the term femicide. For more information on the topics discussed in this episode, please visit: https…
 
In the sixth episode of the Connecting Women's Voices podcast, host Hélène Hajek speaks with Karen Hackenberg and Nicole Dextras about women's voices on the role of art and activism and the impact of art on raising the awareness on the environmental and climate crisis. Karen Hackenberg and Nicole Dextras are both multi award-winning environmental a…
 
Can climate finance unlock South Africa's just energy transition?Guests: Nina Callaghan (Centre for Sustainability Transitions) Dr Emily Tyler (Meridian Economics) In this episode, we dive into the details (or lack thereof) surrounding South Africa's major R130 billion climate finance deal announced at the COP 26 UN Climate Summit in Glasgow. Nina …
 
An exploration of how extractivism creates environmental, social and climate justice.Host: Robert.Krause (Researcher: Environmental Justice | Wits)Guests: Nomakhosazana Precious Nomnqa (Women Affected by Mining United in Action – WAMUA) Ramabina Mahapa (Land and Accountability Research Centre – LARC) Patrick Bond (Professor of Sociology, University…
 
At UN House Scotland, we work with partners, schools and universities to achieve meaningful youth engagement and get young people inspired about the world around them. As COP26 gets underway, we are very excited to begin our series on Youth Voices in Climate Action with RSPB's three Youth Delegates, Oluwaseyi Moejoh, Milly Hayward and Ruairi Brogan…
 
In the fourth episode of the Connecting Women's Voices podcast, host Grace Broad speaks with Dr. Kerstin Danert and Fadzai T. Munodawafa-Bhurabhura about their careers and their motivations for working with water and sanitation, the challenges they have faced and the hopes they have for water, sanitation and climate in the future. Dr. Kerstin Daner…
 
Catriona Spaven-Donn of UN House Scotland's Climate and Gender team sits down with members of Glasgow Caledonian University's Centre for Climate Justice to discuss adaptation, resilience and women's empowerment in the face of a changing climate. The Centre's Programme Leader Karin Helwig introduces the Centre's world-leading action research and com…
 
In the second episode of the Connecting Women's Voices podcast, host Catriona Spaven-Donn speaks with Carolina Salazar Daza, Sofie Quist and Abi Mordin about the important relationship between food, gender and the climate. Carolina is a feminist researcher and citizen activist based in Ecuador. Sofie is a project officer at Nourish Scotland. Abi Mo…
 
In this inaugural episode of the Connecting Women's Voices podcast, host Catriona Spaven-Donn speaks with May East and Isadora Cardoso about the connection between gender and climate. May is a sustainability educator, spatial planner and social innovator. Her work spans the fields of cultural geography, urban ecology, and women's studies. Isadora i…
 
The project “Connecting Women's Voices on Climate Justice” will explore perspectives on climate action from women in Scotland and around the world. During this year of COP26 in Glasgow, our aim is to outline the current struggles of local communities and build solidarity and awareness of women's rights within climate justice. We will bring together…
 
Guests in this episode:James Irlam (PHASA)Thandile Chinyavanhu (Greenpeace Africa)Thomas Mnguni (groundWork)With three exciting and considered guests and hosted by SECTION27, this episode is in conversation about the impact of climate change on health, honing in on the consequences of poor quality air on population morbidity and mortality. The asso…
 
With Mandy Rambharos (Eskom | Head of the Just Energy Transition Office)In this episode Mandy Rambharos, head of Eskom's Just Energy Transition office, speaks to Dr Alex Lenferna, the secretary of the Climate Justice Coalition and campaigner with 350Africa.org.The episode focuses on Eskom, the biggest polluter on the African continent, and how it p…
 
Brenda Martin (Director: Careers Service at University of Cape Town)Just transitions have featured regularly in national-level conversations in South Africa around its energy transition plans and climate change policies and commitments. In this episode, with climate policy expert Brenda Martin we unpack “Climate Policy in a Developmental State” and…
 
Join Youth Host Dani as she explores issues of Climate Justice through the reflections of young people and many more, across Scotland and Malawi. Dani seeks to find out what climate justice means in both contexts of Scotland and Malawi, and how we might use these insights in defining our climate and social justice efforts looking to the future. Wha…
 
What happens when conflict arises from depleting natural resources?Thando Lukuko (Mansa advisory | Director)Rev. Oscar Siwali (SADRA | Director)This episode looks at the impacts of climate change policy decisions for frontline communities across southern Africa. We explore what climate science predicts for the region and what it means for the popul…
 
Exploring gender and climate justiceAlex Lenferna (350Africa.org)Mpai Nkali (Women Affected by Mining United in Action)Francina Nkosi (Waterberg Women's Advocacy Organisation)Join us as we explore climate, environmental and gender justice for women on the frontlines of extractive and polluting industries. Francina shares her experiences and insight…
 
Climate Justice now! - Young climate justice activists want schools to teach about climate changeBoitumelo Masipa (Section27)Raeesah Noor Mahomed (Parktown Girls)Awande Duma (SA YCCC )Liyema Saliwa (Equal Education | Equaliser)In this episode, we explore the intersection between the right to basic education and climate. Speaking with three young cl…
 
Unpacking the impact of South Africa's water woes on womenJennifer Wells (Amnesty International | Campaigner)Nabeelah Mia (Centre for Environmental Rights | Attorney)Tatenda Muponde (Centre for Environmental Rights | Candidate Attorney)In this episode, Jennifer Wells talks to an all-star female line up as she welcomes guests Nabeelah Mia and Tatend…
 
Ndi mini, na hone iri kwama hani?Khodani Mulaudzi (WWF South Africa | Research and Project coordinator)Vhalinavho Khavhagali (Palladium | South Africa Country Facilitator - Climate and Environment)Pfunzo Mudau (British High Commission | Policy and Campaigns Officer - Climate Change and Energy)The episode conducted in Tshivenda, presents the basics …
 
Is climate justice taken seriously in South Africa?Tumi Masipa (section27.org.za)Alex Lenferna (350Africa.org)Caroline Ntaopane (Womin)General Moyo (Makause Community Development forum)In this episode, we speak with few members from the Climate Justice Coalition (CJC) who tell us more about the work about the CJC and share a glimpse into upcoming e…
 
To recover from COVID-19 activists are calling for a just recoveryAlex Lenferna (350Africa.org)Sonia Phalatse (Institute for Economic Justice)Carilee Osborne (Institute for Economic Justice)In this episode Sonia Phalatse and Carilee Osborne from the Institute for Economic Justice talks to Climate Justice Coalition secretary Alex Lenferna about the …
 
"Wake up, Ohio, resurrection time is coming!"This year's LAST episode of Climate Justice Radio. Along with some great rhythms & tunes, the show will be featuring voices from an anti-pipeline rally in Medina including that of Oberlin student Alex Chuang, Sofia Smith-Hale on a film project on fracking in Youngstown, Reverend Monica Beasley-Martin pre…
 
Interview with the incredible Children of the Wild, an ensemble of five artist-activists with the mission of making "original works of theatre and film that further the rewilding of industrial spaces and the human spirit as part of a common struggle for social and environmental justice."Introduction4:15 - Excerpt from "The Wastelands" trailer5:45 -…
 
Starting with some news updates on NoDAPL, Leonard Peltier, and ecological resistance in Latin America, we then move on to an interview with Sharon Pearson on the Oberlin Project and the relationship between the college and the community.Introduction1:00 - News3:30 - "Himno Zapatista," los Nakos5:00 - "Political Prisoner," Immortal Technique7:30 - …
 
“Nothing better illustrates the heartless and mechanistic nature of our system than modern day gold mining.”Sakura will give an overview of the gold mining industry, from environmental and human rights impacts to an overview of many communities resisting its abuses. She will also talk about the complicity of the Canadian government in collaboration…
 
CKUT 90.3 FM, QPIRG Concordia, No One Is Illegal, The Anti-Colonial Solidarity Collective, Climate Justice Montreal, and Submedia.tv present The 7th Edition of Under The WeatherDefending the Land: Indigenous Resistance to Extractionfeaturing MEL BAZIL, indigenous Gitxsan and Wet’suwet’en organizer, sovereigntist, and anarchist of the Unist'ot'en Ac…
 
This is the 6th edition of Under The Weather, featuring Joanna Petrasek MacDonald of the Climate Change Adaptation Research GroupA Necessary Voice: Youth Engagement in Climate Change Policy, Research, and ActionShe is currently completing her Master’s thesis at McGill on the impacts of climate change on the mental health and well-being of Inuit you…
 
March featured a special in-studio edition of Under The Weather. The focus was on urban sustainability. We interviewed Kevin Manaugh of the McGill School of Environment and the School of Urban Planning and then sat down for a round-table discussion with Julia Freeman and Marieve Isabel of the Montreal Urban Sustainability Experience at McGill Unive…
 
The Soil Connection: Eating Meat For the Good of the Planeta lecture by HOLLY DRESSELBest-Selling Author, Teacher, Environmentalist and ResearcherBest-selling author and researcher, Professor Holly Dressel of McGill’s School of the Environment is one of Canada's most recognized names in teaching, environmental studies, health care, economic concern…
 
This is the fourth edition of Under The Weather, featuring Dr. Timothy Merlis of the McGill University department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences. Timothy Merlis´s research focuses on modelling climate sensitivity, tropical cyclones, and atmospheric circulation. Listen to this podcast to hear about climate modelling and the challenges of resear…
 
Visionary Organizing in an Age of Climate Crisiswith Detroit organizer Charity HicksMany people feel we live in ecologically destructive, highly unequal and spiritually toxic economies. They crave an alternative. But what should it look like? And how will we get there? Detroit is a city on the front-lines of neoliberal and ecological devastation. I…
 
In October, the National Energy Board met in Montreal to make its final arguments regarding the reversal and expansion of Enbridge Line 9b, a pipeline running from Montreal to Sarnia. This edition of Under The Weather was a panel featuring three climate justice organizers and their takes on the National Energy Board meetings.The panelists featured …
 
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