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The Indigenous Climate Action Pod (presented by Indigenous Climate Action) aims to both build up the Indigenous rights movement in so-called Canada and to connect with Indigenous Peoples, even when we cannot meet in person. For many Indigenous Peoples, access to internet is often limited and resources such as videos and websites can be difficult to access, and books can be difficult to obtain due to costs, so accessibility is the foundation upon which this show was made. The podcast team is ...
 
We know it’s alarming. Our streets and cities are flooding, our forests are burning, sea levels are on the rise. Our shared home, planet Earth, is threatened by man-made climate change. But did you also know that we already have the solutions to stop the escalating climate crisis? In this five episode podcast series we explore the solutions and dive into why the key to reaching our collective climate goals lies with the global energy sector and a systemic, swift transition from black to gree ...
 
In this series my mom and I will discuss how to feel empowered to take action on climate change. We know how hard it is to think about and work on this issue, and we believe taking small actions is a great entry point. By taking small actions we can begin to feel empowered to take larger steps, and also influence those around us. We believe small actions can create sea change. Credit to Siena Hsu for the cover art.
 
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CLIMATE ACTION SHOWProduced by Vivien LangfordFebruary 6th 2023 AOTEAROA/NZ - Climate Action beyond Ardern When I visited New Zealand before Christmas I was enchanted by its beauty and the friendly welcoming spirit in Dunedin. I met a regular listener to our podcast and several of the people who are taking constant climate action there. When I told…
 
In this episode we cross over to our 1000 Better Stories blog, and SCCAN Story Weaver Joana Avi-Lorie shares two of her favourite contributions from last year. You will hear: A trio of poems Nem, Talam, Muir (Air, Earth, Water) read by their author, Erin Rizzato Devlin, followed by a conversation with her sister and collaborator Emir Elisa Rizzato …
 
CLIMATE ACTION RADIO SHOW- January 30th 2023First broadcast July 25th 2022Produced by Vivien Langford THE STATE OF THE ENVIRONMENT REPORT "We are living like aliens in this country" Richard Swain As the State of the Environment report says " caring for Country is far more than environmental management – it is caring for Country as if land and seas …
 
CLIMATE ACTION RADIO SHOWJanuary 23rd 2023 First broadcast March 21st 2022PRODUCED BY VIVIEN LANGFORD SEEDS , SOLIDARITY AND SEATS AT THE CLIMATE TABLE GUESTS CAMILLA BECKET - Film maker of The seeds of Vandana Shiva SCREENING AT TFFThe Seeds of Vandana Shiva - A documentary film (vandanashivamovie.com)(link is external)Enquire about a screening - …
 
CLIMATE ACTION SHOW January 16th 2023 First broadcast: August 1st 2022Produced by Vivien LangfordL I V I N G W O N D E R S & MINISTER TANYA PLIBERSEK “I’m going to make a decision on any project that comes before me based on the information and the science that I have before me at the time…” Tanya Plibersek, Environment Minister . The Environment M…
 
In our last episode this year, we hear about the success story of Neighbourocracy movement in India, its promise for community driven action on climate and its current expansion into Europe. Tim Daly recorded a conversation with Joseph Rathinam, Director of International Networking and Development for the Neighbourocracy Network, during his visit t…
 
A small group of garment workers, tired of factory wage theft, organized and won passage of a law that makes fashion brands responsible for unpaid wages. Hourly pay went from a shameful $5 an hour to a minimum of $15 an hour. Now a similar bill is going to Congress.
 
Our guest host, Katie Revell, invites you to hear a sample of stories from the Soil and Soul project. The stories explore the importance of soil as a precious and threatened living resource for growing our food and how local community groups in Glasgow have worked to connect to and care for their soils. Soil and Soul was a collaboration between the…
 
CLIMATE ACTION RADIO SHOWNOVEMBER 28TH 2022Produced by Vivien Langford PACIFIC ISLAND ELDERS - ANOTE TONG and TOMMY E. REMENGESAUCourtesy of Pacific Elders Voice, Edmund Rice Centre and The Australia Institute GuestsHis Excellency Former President of Kiribati - ANOTE TONGHis Excellency Former President of Palau - TOMMY E.REMENGESAU JnrIn conversati…
 
CLIMATE ACTION SHOW NOVEMBER 21st , 2022Produced by Vivien Langford THE MODERATE FLANK and LOSS and DAMAGEGuestsMark Hertsgaard from Covering Climate Now on Loss and Damage at COP27Interviews with Nicolas Haque in Senegal and Lagipoia Cherelle jackson from Samoa. Nick Breeze from Climate Genn on "The Moderate Flank"Duscussion with professor Rupert …
 
Produced & presented by Carly Dober Webinar hosted by The Climate Council, facilitated by Dr Simon BradshawGuests: Dr Joëlle GergisShe is an internationally recognised expert in Australian and Southern Hemisphere climate variability and change who has authored over 100 scientific publications. Her research focuses on focuses on providing a long-ter…
 
Part One of a mini-series exploring potential pathways to a sustainable garment industry. We explore some routes to slow fashion: restoring regional wool production in Pennsylvania, curbside pickup of used clothes in Massachusetts, second hand clothes, and raising garment worker wages
 
In today’s episode you will hear Kaska Hempel’s interview with Gill Davies, a Manager of SCCAN’s Investing in Regional Networks Programme, which has been funded by the Scottish Government. For about a year now, she’s been recruiting and supporting regional network coordinators, working to strengthen relationships among community organisations withi…
 
CLIMATE ACTION SHOW24TH OCTOBER 2022Produced by Vivien LangfordON THE ROAD TO SHARM EL SHEIKHLOSS AND DAMAGE AND FOSSIL FUEL NON PROLIFERATION FOR COP27 The Financial Times ' Camilla Hodgsen reports that "Many developing countries, such as the low-lying Pacific island states vulnerable to sea level rise, are stepping up their demands. They want to …
 
In today’s episode SCCAN Story Weaver, Kaska Hempel, talks to managers of Climate Action Hub pilots funded by the Scottish Government. Alison Stuart is the manager of North East Scotland Climate Action Network (NESCAN) and Joan Lawrie, the Project Manager for North Highlands and Island Climate Hub and the development manager in Thurso Community Tru…
 
CLIMATE ACTION SHOW October 17th 2022produced by Vivien LangfordF.O.E. RUSSIA AND SIBERIA MELTING "The first-ever climate lawsuit in Russia has been filed by a group of activists demanding that the the government take stronger action over the climate crisis.The group wants the Russian authorities to take measures that will reduce the country’s gree…
 
CLIMATE ACTION SHOW - OCTOBER 10TH 2022Produced by Vivien LangfordECOCIDE and CARBON RATIONINGGuests Professor Danielle Celermajer - At The Australian Earth Laws Alliance event "Ecocide laws in Australia. What's Possible? Danielle said "We live within legal systems where the destruction of beings other than human is completely normalised for our po…
 
Produced & presented by Carly DoberGuests: Nadia- Blockade IMARCNadia is an activist and campaigner from Bloackade IMARC Melbourne. The Blockade IMARC Alliance fights against the mindset that IMARC represents: the mindset that disregards communities and the environment in favour of profits and growth. They believe there are alternatives to the stru…
 
In today’s episode Kaska Hempel, SCCAN Story Weaver, speaks to Alette Willis, one of the researchers involved in the Shifting The Narrative project funded by the British Academy, and carried out by researchers at the University of Edinburgh, with SCCAN as a partner. The project investigated how traditional storytelling can help communities achieve …
 
CLIMATE ACTION SHOW - SEPTEMBER 26TH 2022PRODUCED BY VIVIEN LANGFORDLOSS AND DAMAGE AND MOVING BEYOND COAL As we move towards COP 27 in Egypt the focus is on loss and damage. Since Cop 26 failed to deliver the finance to countries reeling from climate breakdown we have had more extreme events. Think Lismore floods with all its images of loss and th…
 
CLIMATE ACTION RADIO SHOW - SEPTEMBER 19TH 2022 Produced by Vivien LangfordAUSTRALIA'S GREEN EXTRACTIVISM AND SACRIFICE ZONES ABROAD? While the climate movement focusses on going beyond coal, oil and gas, big business is driving a rush for the rare earths and critical minerals needed for the transition to Renewable energy with storage. The Australi…
 
Our Story Weaver, Kaska Hempel, talks to Karen Ridgewell about year one of Scottish Climate Action Town project, delivered by Architecture and Design Scotland (https://www.ads.org.uk/) and funded by the Scottish Government. Karen shares lessons and tools for empowering communities to plan for their own climate friendly and fair future. Production a…
 
CLIMATE ACTION RADIO SHOW SEPTEMBER 12th 2022Produced by Vivien Langford THE DIRTY TRUTH ABOUT GREEN OPTIMISM I was alerted to the new gold rush for critical minerals by Gavin Mudd, Associate Professor in Environmental Engineering at RMIT University. We must not make the transition to renewable energy and electrifying everything without putting far…
 
Produced & presented by Carly DoberGuests: Emma Brown- Just Stop OilEmma is an activist and campaigner from Just Stop Oil. Just Stop Oil is a coalition of groups working together to ensure that the government commits to ending all new licenses and consents for the exploration, development and production of fossil fuels in the UK.https://juststopoil…
 
CLIMATE ACTION RADIO SHOWAugust 29th, 2022 NATURE BASED CLIMATE SOLUTIONS = INDIGENOUS LAND RIGHTS Produced by Vivien Langford and Amelia Goonerage First broadcast April 25th. Since then The State of the Environment in Australia Report shows continued massive landclearing. The new Environment Minister Tanya Plibersek needs urgently to protect the T…
 
In this episode we focus on helping children process their climate anxiety in a holistic approach using stories. One of our mini-grant recipients, Maria Barros, invites us on an immersive and interactive journey with Nefelibatas (Cloud Walkers), and SCCAN Story Weavers Kaska Hempel and Joana Avi-Lorie chat about Joana’s research and practice in usi…
 
CLIMATE ACTION SHOW - AUGUST 22ND 2022Produced by Vivien LangfordT I P P I N G P O I N T S - IN NATURE AND SOCIETY Guests:Music by Tom Hume - "Petition" and Tambah Project " Our Song"- https://environmentalmusicprize.com/ Erica Chernoweth with Shankar Vedantam - https://hiddenbrain.org/podcast/how-to-change-the-world/ August 7th Climate Rally in Sy…
 
Have you ever tried to get your head around climate models? And what they show may happen in the next 50 to 100 years to the places you where you live, places which you love and care about? What would it really mean for you or your children? Today we bring you a story behind an Outer Hebrides Storylines project aimed at exactly that. Combining crea…
 
CLIMATE ACTION RADIO SHOWAUGUST 15TH 2022Produced by Vivien Langford RECALIBRATING THE MILITARY TO DISARM THE CLIMATE HYPERTHREAT AND ITS FOSSIL ALLIES GUESTSEskimo Joe - Song "Say Something" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mtWeAspTz0gThe Singing Revolution - Music from Estonia - https://singingrevolution.com/ Dr Elizabeth Boulton, a former army …
 
Presented and produced by Carly Dober This panel discussion hosted by University of Queensland, and the UQ Mental Health in Climate Change Transdisciplinary Research Network discusses communities’ mental health affected by extreme weather events. Hear from field experts and academic researchers as they share key insights and observations. Guests As…
 
For decades university departments, liberally lubricated with fossil fuel dollars, have been turning out research that adds a scholarly veneer to the industry's policy agenda. First that was opposing the regulation of oil and gas; now it's promoting carbon capture so they can keep selling their product. Students and faculty are shining a light on f…
 
Solar coops bridge the partisan divide, raising panels on rooftops and building a broad movement to transform our energy system. Solar United Neighbors provides the technical know how, community groups do the organizing, and together they're removing the practical and political barriers to a clean energy transition. It's a movement which brings tog…
 
Join Luke Winter, one of our mini-grant recipents on his adventure to Knoydart. Stories of the land and how it has changed hands in recent history. Grants are available to anyone wanting to contribute content to the 1000 Better stories podcast or blog so please get in touch with Kaska or Joana on stories@scottishcommunitiescan.org.uk. Producer: Lor…
 
CLIMATE ACTION RADIO SHOWJULY 25TH 2022Produced by Vivien Langford THE STATE OF THE ENVIRONMENT REPORT "We are living like aliens in this country" Richard Swain As the State of the Environment report says " caring for Country is far more than environmental management – it is caring for Country as if land and seas are kin." Richard Swain, who featur…
 
Produced & presented by Carly DoberGuests: Belinda Noble- Comms DeclareBelinda is the Founder of Comms Decalre- a group of around 300 individuals and 70 organisations from the PR, marketing and advertising industries that have pledged to not promote fossil fuels, high greenhouse pollution as 'business as usual' or spin around climate science. They'…
 
In this episode we continue a conversation about how community organisations involved in climate justice work can benefit from collaborating with creative practitioners. We hear from another partnership within Creative Dundee’s CULTIVATE project - Joyce Reid from Transition Dundee and their creative partner - Jade Anderson. Their collaboration focu…
 
With federal climate policy blocked by Congress and the Supreme Court, we look at opportunities to advance climate action at state and local levels. Caroline Spears explains how the Climate Cabinet uses big data to find pivotal elections and help pro climate candidates win. Nathaniel Stinnett of the Environmental Voter Project explains why state an…
 
Climate Action ShowJune 27th 2022Produced by Vivien Langford PORT AUGUSTA, WHYALLA - GREEN STEEL AND SMART ENERGY Guests:Kurt Johnson - Journalist with Renew Economy https://reneweconomy.com.au/green-dreams-managing-the-transition-from-rust-to-renewables/ John Grimes - CEO The Smart Energy Council At the Smart Energy Conference in May, soon to be P…
 
Produced & presented by Carly DoberGuests: Bonnie from Fireproof AustraliaBonnie is an activist and campainger from Fireproof Australia- a campaign of civil resistance proportional to the existential threat we face. Why Fireproof Australia? We’ve f**king burned, our lungs have filled with poisonous smoke, our houses have been burned and washed away…
 
CLIMATE ACTION SHOW 13TH JUNE 2022 RADIOTHON - https://www.givenow.com.au/cause442THE MEDIA How did they bury climate action when most voters had it as their top concern?Produced by Vivien Langford Guests: John Grimes in Canberra - CEO of the Smart Energy CouncilDominic Geiger in Brisbane - Media Co Ordinator for Lock the Gate Alliance Fahimah Badr…
 
What did it take to get the wealthiest university in the world to break ties with the fossil fuel industry? 9 years and the combined force of students, faculty, and alumni engaged in everything from scholarly debate, to civil disobedience, to legal action. In the end, Harvard's divestment was most likely due to fear of having its own reputation bes…
 
Join Axel and Gavin in talking to Niall Mc Evoy from Pritchard & Pritchard and Chris Bridgman from Bridgman & Bridgman to discuss World Green Roof Day and Urban Greening. Topics include Green Roofs, Living Walls, Blue Roofs, Pollution Barriers and more. https://www.climateactionlive.show/world-green-roof-day-2022/…
 
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