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The award-winning environmental news program Terra Informa is always seeking new volunteers to join our team. You will get hands-on experience telling stories about science and the environment. All are welcome, from radio newbies to experienced journalists.
Every week, Terra Informa delivers a half hour of environmental news, documentary and storytelling—from tips on green living, to fascinating discoveries in the natural sciences, to the politics of climate change and sustainable development.
Join our team today. Come out to our next meeting to see what Terra Informa is all about. Let us know you’re coming by emailing email@example.com with your completed application form.
Tarek Hassan of GongfuBao and Bronwyn Steinberg (Photo credit: Brett Throop)
Jessica interviews one of the attendees after the show to ask her what she thought!
Morgana Folkmann and Chris Chang-Yen Phillips share perspectives on faith and the environment.
Trevor enjoys an awkward moment with Conservative MP Michael Chong (Photo: Chris Chang-Yen Phillips)
Jamie Pratt, filmmaker and creator of the “Girl Gone Wild” documentary series
Singer-songwriter Sierra Jamerson had something good to share with Chris Chang-Yen Phillips and the rest of the Terra Informa team.
Albert Ramos told Terra Informa stories about the Philippines’ evolving experience with typhoons like Haiyan (Photo: Trevor Chow-Fraser)
Jamie and Chris try to dazzle the crowd with a rap about the magic of 4 Degrees Celsius.
Elizabeth and Kathryn give their best “it’s cold outside” faces.
Photo Credit: Natalee Rawat
Terra Informa’s Chris Chang-Yen Phillips and Nikki Wiart walk the streets of Cold Lake First Nation, Alberta in search of residents willing to share their views on the summer oil spill.
CJSR News Coordinator Matt HIrji and our lovely volunteer graphic designer Annie came out to enjoy the show. They ended up being compelled to take all of the rest of the pictures!
The Winter Goji Berry Hunt (photo credit: Kathryn Lennon)
Scott Vaughan is President and CEO of the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD), which just took over the Experimental Lakes Area.