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A\J Issue 38.6: Education

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What is Gordie Wornoff’s worst environmental sin? How can messages of environmental justice be properly communicated? And why should southern Ontario residents be worried about current pipeline proposals? Find out on this episode of the A\J podcast. 

Daryn Caister of the Green Majority interviews Gordie Wornoff of the show Junk Raiders and cover of our Education issue. (4:04)

Clip from the Communicating Environmental Justice panel that was part of the Environmental Justice Convergence in Waterloo in August 2012. Ron Plain of Aamjiwnaang First Nation, author and activist Matt Soltys, and Victor Reyes of the Sustainability Network spoke about how to ensure messages of environmental justice are not co-opted or misrepresented by the media. (21:32)

Dan Kellar of aw@l radio and Grand River Media Collective interviews Paisley Cozzarin about the Line 9 pipeline. (30:20)

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