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Fighting for Life (785)
We discuss the biodiversity conference, climate talks, banking, neocolonialism in Canada, and Washington's mad failure. Stefan interviews Kenzie Harris and Sophie Krouse, organizers with Banking for a Better Future, about their coming actions.
The Difficulty with Scope 3 Emissions (784)
People talk about 'scope 3 emissions', but what do they mean? We discuss scopes and various environmental headlines, and Stefan interviews Laura Bowman from Ecojustice about the Bradford Bypass highway.
Oiligarchies, Priorities & Petitions (783)
We discuss Enbridge, pipelines, Chevron, protests, and the next steps Canada needs to take on climate. Stefan interviews Dylan Penner from The Council of Canadians about their immediate week of action.
Enbridge Thwarts Democracy, China Moves On From Coal (782)
We discuss China, Enbridge, the ozone hole, and banks’ assets being threatened by climate change. Stefan interviews Eric Bachman again about capturing carbon with trains.
The School Strikes for Climate are Back (781)
We discuss election results and Stefan interviews Megan Breau, Sigfried Hemming and Allie Rougeot, organizers with Fridays for Future TO.
Comparing Election Platforms, Trans Mountain Woes & Carbon Tech (780)
We compare the parties' climate ideas, talk about news and TMX, and Stefan interviews Eric Bachman from Co2Rail about their efforts to capture carbon pollution using trains.
Pushes a hateful agenda under the guise of “environmentalism”
The hosts and guests are pretty rabid and hateful, always looking for ways to harm regular people and alleviate their white guilt. These guys are basically fake environmentalists that push a hateful agenda while claiming it’s done in the name of the environment
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