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We're on a fall break! This is an archive episode from June 2019.
We're on a fall break! In this archive episode, we're revisiting an episode from September 2019 about Canadian curriculums and youth organizing for climate change.
We've got your end-of-summer roundup of environmental news headlines you might have missed!
What's more comfortable than leggings? Sustainability! This week we’re speaking with Dr. Anne Bissonnette, a professor and fashion historian currently based at the University of Alberta, about sustainability in the fashion industry especially with regards to fast fashion and athleisure.
Join us this week as we discuss Dr. Suess' The Lorax, resource extraction, and hope in environmental children's stories.
Climate change doesn't communicate itself. This week, Terra Informers Sonak Patel and Elizabeth Dowdell trace the evolution of climate change language and discuss how to meaningfully communicate the climate crisis.
Do you believe in Bigfoot? The Ogopogo? The Loch Ness Monster? This week, Terra Informers Curt Blandy and Sofia Osborne dive into the world of cryptozoology to see how the hunt for cryptids could potentially help real-life conservation.
Get your monthly environmental news update for July 2021!
This episode we visit past Terra Informer Dylan Hall for a honeybee hive inspection and to talk about the impact of high heat events on beehives and other important pollinator insects.
This week, we're bringing you a CSL documentary by Nhu Ho and Bethany Godreau. The pair take a deep dive into the wide world of insect protein and investigate how producers are working to bring these proteins closer to home.
Have you been getting out for a daily walk during Covid? For many people, these "pandemic walks" have been a salve in a time of constant upheaval and uncertainty. This week, we investigate how getting out into nature helps mental health, especially in these troubling times.
We're back from our break with your monthly environmental news roundup for the month of June.
We're still on a break - today we're revisiting an episode from 2020 about environmental racism in Nova Scotia.
June is Bike Month! During this archive break we are celebrating bike month with a revisit of an episode from 2020, talking about the environmental benefits of cycling and some of the challenges to keeping roads bike ready year-round.
This week we’re bringing you a documentary where CSL students Brook Kelela and Ashley Krehut explore the significance of outdoor gardens in our communities. Listen in for discussions of food security, food sovereignty, and more!
This week, we round up environmental news headlines from the month of May.
Have you planted a garden yet this spring? This week, we're talking about seeds, seed saving, and how these tiny little packages can create a deeper connection to our food, the process of growing it, and who grows it.
As the days get longer and the time to sit out on the patio (at least in pre-covid times, please enjoy at home) starts, here at Terra Informa we are talking (and drinking) beer.
This week on Terra Informa we talk water, rights, and relationships (human-environment) with Dr. Leila Harris, UBC!
This week we explore the life-altering impacts 1.5 and 2 degrees Celsius of warming will have on our blue planet, based on the 2018 IPCC Special Report.
This week the Terra Informers bring you April's environmental news headlines.
On this episode of Ghost Hunters... got you! It's Terra Informa. This week we were inspired to learn more about the elusive and enchanting Ghost Orchid, a rare species of orchid that grows in the swamp forests of Florida.
This week we explore the calming and restorative effects of all things green, from houseplants to public green spaces.
A mysterious tape has been found in the woods, and this week, we're playing it for you. Get ready for some shocking insights into how life on this planet may have began.
The Terra Informa team covers environmental news you may have missed from the month of March.
This week we are continuing the conversation on Indigenous-led fisheries management in Canada with a look at K'atl'odeeche First Nation fishers and the Great Slave Lake commercial fishery.
This week on Terra Informa we investigate Indigenous-led approaches to fisheries management and the case of the Sipekne'katik First Nation moderate livelihood fishery.
In this episode, we learn all about urban beekeeping with expert hive manager, David Whitaker.
This week on Terra Informa, we recap some of the most notable news stories of adversity and resilience from across Turtle Island.
This week we revisit The Energy War Room: A Deep Dive into the Canadian Energy Centre Ltd (February 3, 2020).
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