10 episodes

The podcast Unpolluted on air in joint production of Radio MARŠ, Radio Helsinki and Radio Student delves into specific topics and subtopics of environmentalism and climate justice on a local, regional and global level. It is produced by young radio workers, investigative journalists and environmentalists. The podcast is a part of the international RadioActivism project.

The project is financed by the Erasmus+ programme.

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The podcast Unpolluted on air in joint production of Radio MARŠ, Radio Helsinki and Radio Student delves into specific topics and subtopics of environmentalism and climate justice on a local, regional and global level. It is produced by young radio workers, investigative journalists and environmentalists. The podcast is a part of the international RadioActivism project.

The project is financed by the Erasmus+ programme.

    #21: Fight against “toss in trash”

    #21: Fight against “toss in trash”

    This month "Unpolluted On Air" is all about food waste. Radioactivists of Radio Helsinki interviewed people who are trying to avoid the loss of groceries. We present you the food sharing points by "Together Point" and the initiative "Lebensmittel sind kostbar" of the Federal Ministry. How does contact with supermarkets and consumers work for them? A restaurant employee and a local eco-networker talk about reducing food waste as part of their job. Which projects and measures can be taken and where are barriers? How about best before date vs expiry date of yogurt? We serve you numbers, statistics and tips on how, when and what to save and eat.



    Voices of RadioActivists: Hannah, Theresa, Leonie, Maryna, Leila, Gea



    Interview Partners: David Steinwender (founder of Transition Graz, Mosaik des guten Essens and an activist for food sovereignty), Natalie Ackermann (Together Point), Christine Hochholdinger (Lebensmittel sind kostbar), Restaurant-Employee Brivy

    • 59 min
    #20: C’mon let’s put Christmas on the table

    #20: C’mon let’s put Christmas on the table

    Partner podcast revealing the Christmas time of Graz, Maribor and Zagreb. Producers of Radio Helsinki, Radio Zagreb and Radio Marš sit down at the studio of Radio Helsinki with host Gea to talk about ecological, economical as well as personal aspects of this festive time of the year. What does the city offer to the public? And to what extent does each individual even accept these offers? What is there to know about lightning, packaging and food waste during the month of December? We will not only chat about Christmas trees and the Christmas markets but reflect on how we feel during the celebrations and how we perceive the “rush” all around. This podcast gets wrapped up by some useful tips to make the upcoming festivities more environmentally friendly.



    Voices:



    Theresa, Nicolas, Leila, Maryna, Leonie, Gea (Radio Helsinki team)



    Sara P., Sara S., Ivan (Radio Student Zagreb)



    Zinedin (Radio Marš)



    Photo: Benedikt



    Editing: Benedikt



    Song: Elf Cottage Elves - Green Christmas

    • 46 min
    #19: Artivism in Croatia

    #19: Artivism in Croatia

    In the 19th episode, the crew of Radio Student discussed different kinds of artivism. They talked about radical climate activism and spilling of soup on Van Gogh's painting. Ivan and two Saras also debated about guerilla gardening, planting trees and musical activism. Sara P talked with Dora and Andrea about their activist art project called Crystal Clean Supply, a project that takes a different perspective on ecology and a sustainable way of life.

    • 42 min
    #18: Artivism in Maribor, Slovenia and beyond

    #18: Artivism in Maribor, Slovenia and beyond

    In the 18th episode of Unpolluted On Air, the Radio MARŠ team discusses artivism and its societal role in Maribor, Slovenia and beyond. Zinedin and Alja discuss various interesting cases of art meeting political activism and invite Slovenian visual and stage artist and activist Urša Rahne to an interview in the second half. She talks about her involvement in civil iniciatives and groups advocating better housing policy and in the cultural and activistic association KUD Transformator, as well as the widely used method of the Theatre of the Opressed.



    Voices: Alja, Zinedin and Urša



    Editing: Jan

    • 33 min
    #17: ARTivists of Graz

    #17: ARTivists of Graz

    The November edition of the Radioactivism podcast addresses art, activism and climate change. We take a peek into different corners of Graz and knock on the doors of artists, organisations and projects making art that has an activist impact. And because art is a broad term, we cover literature, computer installations and contemporary art.



    We ask our interviewees about the impact of making art - what are the triggers or release in them, and how it potentially affects the recipient of the artwork.



    We introduce "Writers in Climate Crisis" - climate change literature as a bridge between literature, the natural sciences and the real living space You will hear the text Oasis by Cosar Bianca (voice of the computer: Matthias Tuncel) and a talk with the co-organizer Lisa Höllebauer.



    Andreas Zingerle presents (Un)sustainable?!- annual program of mur.at that explores ecological, systemic approaches and questions of diversity and sustainability in terms of technology and digitalization.



    Hannah interviews Katharina Schmied, visual artist, singer in a punk band and chemistry student and Nora Skrabania (Mo), founder of Klub der Kreativen, member of Artists for Future, Plattform 1,5 Graz and Transition Graz.

    • 56 min
    #16: Carbon Footprint of Radio Stations

    #16: Carbon Footprint of Radio Stations

    Are radio stations eco-friendly or are they polluters? If this question never crossed your mind, you might want to listen to our new episode. We talked about the ways in which we can make our radio more sustainable. Ivan talked to our editor in chief Ivan Vlašić to find out how much of an impact our radio station has on the environment, and methods of lowering it. Sara spoke to Vito Avakumović, an expert on climate change, who had a thing or two to say about recycling and what carbon footprint really means.



    Written and produced by: Sara Panjkota, Sara Sorić and Ivan Poschko



    Photo by Sara Sorić

    • 43 min

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