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Archive: Farming in Canada's North

This week, we're airing an archive episode from April 2018.

Archive: Investigating in Alberta

This week, we're airing an archive episode from January 2019.

Archive: Reframing

This week, we're airing an archive episode from July 2019.

Archive: Words, Words, Words

This week, we're airing an archive from February 2017.

Archive: Canadian Curriculums in the Face of Climate Change

We're taking a fall break! This week, we revisit an archive from September 2019.

A little update from the team

We're taking a break! Catch you October 12 with a brand new episode!

Speak for Trees

This week, we ask; when trouble arises, who speaks for the trees?

News Roundup August 2020

Terra Informa's roundup of positive environmental news and stories.

Lichen, Caribou, & Science Communication

This week, Andrea Miller debuts her news training piece. She sits down with Ashley Hillman to discuss her research on lichen and how it is an essential part of the ever elusive and endangered woodland caribou. Tune in to hear more!

Alberta's Orphan Wells

This week, Terra Informers Sonak Patel and Skylar Lipman, joined by two special guests, discuss orphan wells in Alberta. What are they? How do they happen? Why are they a problem?

What's your conservation inspiration?

Critical thought on the idea and history of conservation, and some reflections on our own personally significant places and species.

News Roundup July 2020

Terra Informa's July news roundup of energy-themed headlines.

There’s Something in the Water - A Dive into Environmental Racism in the African Nova Scotian Diaspora

Recently, some of the Terra Informers watched the documentary “There's something in the water”.

History of the Edmonton River Valley Part II

Terra Informers Sonak Patel and Elizabeth Dowdell discuss the history of the Edmonton River Valley and discuss its future. Part 2 of 2.

History of the Edmonton River Valley Part I

Terra Informers Sonak Patel and Elizabeth Dowdell discuss key points in how the Edmonton River Valley came to be what it is today, shedding new light on the old valley. Part 1 of 2.

From the Archives: Revisiting Indigenous Resistance

This week we’re taking a journey into our archives to be reminded of the devastating impacts of resource extraction projects on Indigneous communities here in Alberta and around the world - and the resistance to that colonial and unlawful extraction.

Queerness and the Environment

This week, we are exploring the relationship between queer people and the natural environment. Kevin McBean will share with us his experience as a gay man, an outdoor enthusiast, and a member of the board of directors of Camp Maskepetoon.

The Whale and the Raven Film Discussion

The Terra Informa crew discusses the 2019 film "The Whale and the Raven."

News Roundup June 2020

A deep-dive into recent environmental news headlines from Alberta and introduction to the relationship between racism and environmental issues.

Cycling and the Environment

Happy Bike Month! This week we're talking about the environmental benefits of cycling and some of the challenges to keeping roads bike ready year-round.

The Green New what?

This week Terra Informers Amanda Rooney, and Carter Gorzitza talk about what the deal is, with the Green New Deal. In order to get some insight, we hear from both Emma Jackson, an organizer with Climate Justice Edmonton and 350, doing local work on a Green New Deal right here in Alberta, and Demond Drummer a civic innovator whose work in Chicago has been recognized by many large institutes and is currently the co-founder and executive director of New Consensus, a leading organization, with an economic focus, shaping the Green New Deal in the United States.

Welcome to the Anthropocene Part 2

Part 2 of Dylan and Amanda's series on the Anthropocene deals with our expression (and suppression) of emotions surrounding climate change and the Epoch we are living in. How do we cope in a time of loss and grief? Tune in and hear all about the Epocholytic Emotions we are experiencing.

Welcome to the Anthropocene Part 1

Whats in a name? This week, Amanda and Dylan dive in and explore the term being used to describe our current geological era - the Anthropocene. Why was this term chosen for our epoch, and why do some people contest this idea? Tune in to find out!

Spring Confessional

This week several Terra Informers reflect on the changing seasons, and what spring means to them. Listen in for some great ambient spring sounds and grateful reflections on the warmer air around us.

Revisiting Literature in the Face of Climate Crisis

This week on Terra Informa, we revisit a great episode from our archives that originally aired on May 5, 2019. In this episode, Sofia Osborne interviews Dr. Carolyn Sale, an associate professor in the department of english and film studies at the University of Alberta, who taught a course on Shakespeare and ecological crisis. Then hear Terra Informer Sydney Karbonik read a paper she wrote about storytelling and environmental activism.

Revisiting The Unseen Environment

This week on Terra Informa, we revisit a beloved episode from our archives that originally aired on March 18, 2019. This episode's format is a round-table discussion, in which the each member of the team brought something different to the table- something related to The Unseen Environment. Mysterious.

Revisiting the perils and responsibilities of science communication

This week on Terra Informa, we revisit discussions some of the world’s big problems, like climate change and antimicrobial resistance, and how the communication of information about them can either be motivating or discouraging.

Revisiting Sustainable Menstruation

Revisiting an episode that first aired in April of 2019, and continues to be an important environmental and equity issue - menstruation.

Terra Misinforma 2020: Conspiracy Edition

At Terra Informa, we know that climate change affects us all... and that includes our conspiracy theory communities.

Memes & Decolonization

Have you ever thought about the connection between the dank memes you consume and the process of decolonization? Or about how the power of meme to restructure or recreate the reality we know? For this week's episode, Terra Informer, Carter Gorzitza, got to sit down with Nigel Henri Robinson (@nazoonigel), to discuss his own meme practice and the deeper context behind memes that slap.

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