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Veganism, nuance and climate activism

April 4, 2016
| In the last few years, there has been a surge in folks calling themselves "climate vegans." This has led to as much "bad blood" between the vegans and climate activists as not. We discuss.
Length: 53:44 minutes (49.2 MB)
Green Majority Radio

Corporations, governments and you

March 23, 2016
| We draw a narrative from a selection of news to discuss the cultural practices, who has power and why, and the rampant double standards that exist in our current system.
Length: 53:02 minutes (48.57 MB)
Green Majority Radio

Politics with courage and life without plastic

March 8, 2016
| Justin Trudeau is better than Stephen Harper, but is it enough to save us from climate change? Kevin O'Leary is put on notice by hosts, and Clark Barr talks about life without plastic.
Length: 55:13 minutes (50.57 MB)
Green Majority Radio

Seven reasons Rick Mercer got Energy East wrong

January 29, 2016
| Rick Mercer upset tons of people this week by doing a rant in support of the Energy East pipeline; we respond.
Length: 53:22 minutes (48.87 MB)
Green Majority Radio

The climate goes to court

January 16, 2016
| This week, several court decisions came down that have huge implications for the oil industry.
Length: 54:27 minutes (49.86 MB)
Photo: Equipe Integrada/flickr
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Climate change charges on unabated

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For all the nations of the world to agree to anything is remarkable enough. To have them take fright and agree to pull in their belts on climate change is as unusual as having them pull together to create the United Nations and other world institutions at the end of the Second World War.

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