Earth Day is this Saturday and we’ve spent the week talking about our earth and environmental related interviews! Monday we spoke with Naomi Oreskes. She is considered one of the world’s experts on climate change and wrote the forward to the Encyclical by Pope FRANCIS.
Eric Peterson CEO of the Hakai Institute joined us to discuss their research in climate change and the recent discovery of a 14,000 year old village which is way cool. Andrew Nikiforuk, award-winning journalist, and contributor to the TYEE talks with us about his latest findings of what happens to our groundwater when we frack, and whether or not Trump signals a changing world order.
Torrance Coste, Campaign Organizer for the Wilderness Committee about what the key environmental issues will be this election period has much to consider along with Barb Burrows who is participating in her second Ride to Conquer Cancer benefiting the BC Cancer Foundation, Stephanie Williams, General Manager of Better Environmentally Sound Transportation (BEST), to talk about how much has changed in active transportation options since they started and what is available And Dr. Judith Orloff, author of “The Empath’s Survival Guide: Life Strategies for Sensitive People” we will talk about the Earth empathy and how sensitive people deal with the political and earth changes in our world today.
The week wraps up with Chris Hatt lawyer from ECOJUSTICE Canada’s only national environmental law charity. Please join us on air and online