Dr. Peter Victor, EUC Former Dean, Founder and the first President of Canadian Society for Ecological Economics discussed with Tim Hampton, EUC IT Director about his book titled “Escape from Overshoot: Economics for a Planet in Peril.” Listen and find out what we can do to balance our consumption and our damage to the environment.
Environmental Studies PhD student nashwa lina khan hosts the podcast, Habibti Please, exploring issues in in politics, pop culture and beyond.
Environmental Studies PhD student Melvin Chan is a member of the “Unboxing Social and Emotional Learning” podcast, where he brings a multispecies, critical environmental, and decolonial lens to discussions on learning.
Queer Lit is a podcast about LGBTQIA+* literature and culture. In this episode, Cate talks about leafing through the herbal archives at Kew Gardens, the role of storytelling in understanding ecologies, and about discovering female forests
In this episode of Green Dreamer, Cate Sandilands discusses "Botanical Colonialism and Biocultural Histories".
In this episode of Cumberland Lodge’s podcast titled "Life Perspectives” Cate Sandilands discusses the subject of queer ecology: where it came from, and what influence it has in our world today.
This episode of The EcoPolitics Podcast features Martha Stiegman (EUC, York University) and Sherry Pictou (Dalhousie University) discussing two documentary films they created together: In Defense of our Treaties, and We Story the Land.
The Aunties Dandelion is a media arts organization and a transformative space informed by traditional Onkwehon:we (original peoples’) teachings. We are a collective of storytellers who are co-creating and revitalizing an expansive global community through stories of land, language and relationships. The collective includes Environmental Studies PhD student Kahstoserakwathe Paulette Moore.
Justin Podur brings you the Anti-Empire podcast, featuring discussions on how Empire works today, and who is resisting it. The focus is on the global south - Venezuela, Colombia, the DR Congo, Israel/Palestine, Afghanistan, India, Pakistan, Iraq.
In this episode of the SPRING Project podcast at the University of Ottawa, Biftu Yousuf (PhD candidate in Geography) discusses the contribution of family-linked sponsorship in Canada's refugee program.
Paleolimnology is the science (and art) of reconstructing the past environments of fresh water systems. Join Adam Jeziorski and Josh Thienpont as they wade through the wide variety of topics covered by this interdisciplinary field. Whether you are already an expert at collecting sediment cores and microscope identifications, or you simply have an interest in environmental issues such as acid rain, eutrophication, and climate change, this podcast will help make the natural records that surround us as clear as mud.
The Changemakers podcast is run by the Environmental and Urban Change Students Association (EUCSA) and hosted by Ashraf Hutchcraft, Kaylea Peres, and Seth Pollak. The podcast aims to delve deeply into some of the most pressing ideas of our time: climate change, racism, climate justice, urban development and the like.
The Urban Politics podcast channel delves into contemporary urban issues with activists, scholars and policy-makers from around the world. In this episode, Professor Roger Keil is a panelist discussing the new book: How Cities Can Transform Democracy
Conversations in Atlantic Theory is dedicated to conversation with authors and editors of books from and about the Atlantic world. In this episode, Andil Gosine introduces his new book Nature’s Wild: Love, Sex and Law in the Caribbean.
CoHearence brings together voices to explore the relationship between cultural practices and our environment. In this episode, we explore the history of melancholia and why it’s important with Peter Timmerman and Cate Sandilands.
Conversations with WLI is a series of episodes from the Women's Leadership Institute hosting leaders in the real estate, development, design and city building industry. We sit down today with Laura Taylor to discuss career path evolution, setbacks, developing resilience and finding your purpose.
The Unusually Well Informed podcast examines trends in technology, innovation and how we can all contribute to an abundant and just future. In this episode, Dr Lina Brand Correa discusses the ways energy impacts human wellbeing and the environment.
Terry Moore from Planet Haliburton investigates sustainable solutions to the ecological issues of today from Haliburton County! In this episode, Ted Spence and Bruce McClennan discuss the impact of climate change on the Trent Severn Waterway.
In this episode of the EcoPolitics Podcast, we talk with Dr Andil Gosine about the ways in which racism is woven throughout Canadian environmental history and its impacts on Canadian environmental policy and research.
A great interview with Kean Birch, an expert in technoscience and professor at York University. We take a deep dive into the Facebook effect, the rise of the data economy, and how private data changes the game of capitalism. Listen on Prv8 Podcast.
Crash Course is inviting global experts to break down complex issues in lay terms and make them accessible to all. In this first Crash Course episode of our series, with Professor Kean Birch, we take a bird’s-eye view before we dive into more specific issues in the episodes to come.
What On Earth is on a mission to move and challenge you to think about climate change in new ways. In the episode, Professor Sheila Colla discussed how to help shellfish survive extreme heat with Indigenous knowledge and western science.
#NoMowMay is an international movement persuading gardeners to stop mowing their grass during the month of May. A laudable impulse, but Dr. Sheila Colla of York University discusses why this isn’t the best means of fostering native pollinators in North America. On Growing Greener.