Sinopsis

The Green Majority is a multi-platform Canadian environment and politics news show, publishing since 2006.We do not have any funding outside of a very modest Patreon account, please support us if you can!Learn more at www.greenmajority.ca

Episodios

  • How To Be Brave (707)

    How To Be Brave (707)

    24/04/2020 Duración: 55min

    We look at fascism, racism, resistance, lobbying and a just recovery. Amara Possian of 350.org joins us for the last segment.

  • Building Something Better (706)

    Building Something Better (706)

    17/04/2020 Duración: 38min

    We talk COVID, billionaires, essential workers, food systems, Chomsky, and degrowth.

  • The Inevitable Reorganization Of The System (705)

    The Inevitable Reorganization Of The System (705)

    10/04/2020 Duración: 47min

    We talk about the crucifixion, the coming climate crises, the fossil fuel industry in times of COVID and all the environmental deregulation happening in the name of fighting the pandemic.

  • What We Need To Be Thinking About Now (704)

    What We Need To Be Thinking About Now (704)

    03/04/2020 Duración: 45min

    Something radical is happening whether we like it or not. We need the courage and determination to face it. We talk about COVID, radical organizing, oil prices and UBI.

  • Bailout for What? (703)

    Bailout for What? (703)

    27/03/2020 Duración: 43min

    We discuss the COVID crisis’s potential for catalyzing positive change, the need to help workers rather than corporations, and various ideas for environmental infrastructure.

  • Community Care from the Lazy Bedroom (702)

    Community Care from the Lazy Bedroom (702)

    21/03/2020 Duración: 51min

    We discuss physical distancing, community care, economics, climate change and UBI.

  • How Things Are Crashing (701)

    How Things Are Crashing (701)

    14/03/2020 Duración: 55min

    We talk about oil prices and COVID-19, and interview Stand Gibson of Water Docs.

  • Achieving Victory  Green Investing (700)

    Achieving Victory & Green Investing (700)

    07/03/2020 Duración: 55min

    We discuss whether Canada will finally stop lying about Indigenous peoples, also racism, authoritarianism, media narratives and climate change. The Sustainable Economist Tim Nash interviews three guests about green investing in the final 25 minutes.

  • These Protests Are Rhizomatic (699)

    These Protests Are Rhizomatic (699)

    29/02/2020 Duración: 55min

    Justin Trudeau is tasting the fruit of his misinformed, half-hearted and rhetoric-heavy reconciliation project. Let’s hope Canada is finally ready to come to the table in good faith. Emma McIntosh joins us again this week to discuss Wet’suwet’en, the Teck mine, TMX, Jason Kenney and Canadian media. Matthew Klippenstein, our EV market expert, hops on the phone to talk about capitalism and climate change.

  • Ikigai (698)

    Ikigai (698)

    22/02/2020 Duración: 57min

    We talk about the nationwide uprising clogging Canada’s economy, speak with correspondent Kevin Guyan who has been camping out at the Mohawk rail blockade in Tyendinaga, Ontario, and interview David Suzuki on his new documentary, Aging Well Suzuki Style, one senior’s look at a journey into the latter phase of our lives.

  • Shutting Down Canada (697)

    Shutting Down Canada (697)

    14/02/2020 Duración: 56min

    We discuss the Turtle Island-wide rebellion sparked by the Wet’suwet’en struggle against the theft of their land and the misinformation perpetrated by government and industry regarding the legality of our government’s invasion. We also talk about Evo Morales and the role Bolivian lithium deposits played in his ouster.

  • Actions Erupting Across the Continent (696)

    Actions Erupting Across the Continent (696)

    08/02/2020 Duración: 57min

    The RCMP is in the midst of a raid of Wet’suwet’en land, indigenous concerns have been ignored regarding TMX, the Teck Mine is still being considered, and environmental protectors across Latin America are being killed. In our last segment we sit down with Christine Nielsen to discuss her vivid new documentary Kingdom of the Tide.

  • Who Owns Our History? (695)

    Who Owns Our History? (695)

    01/02/2020 Duración: 57min

    We discuss how culture edits itself and how we’ve marginalized our own history in the context of pipelines, colonialism and Davos. We also talk about citizens’ assemblies, green taxes, the EU, Trump, Greta, climate lawsuits, big tech and renewables.

  • Revolutionary Farming  The Madness of Denial (694)

    Revolutionary Farming & The Madness of Denial (694)

    25/01/2020 Duración: 57min

    We talk about the potential of farmer’s co-ops to dismantle extractive corporate agriculture, Canadian colonialism, oceans, Trump, and the hypnotism of men in suits.

  • Envisioning Triumph (693)

    Envisioning Triumph (693)

    18/01/2020 Duración: 47min

    We imagine with Eric Holthaus what this decade could become if we actually tackle the crisis. Emma McIntosh joins us again to discuss the ongoing Wet’suwet’en struggle against the RCMP in Northern BC - also BlackRock, the Teck Frontier mine, wildfires and how weather shapes culture.

  • We Need Indigenous Knowledge (692)

    We Need Indigenous Knowledge (692)

    11/01/2020 Duración: 52min

    Our colonial contradictions continue to threaten Indigenous peoples and the environment. We talk about the Wet’suwet’en struggle against a pipeline in Northern BC, Iran, Australian fires, Indonesia, India and corporate feudalism.

  • Welcome to the 20s (691)

    Welcome to the 20's (691)

    03/01/2020 Duración: 56min

    We look back at 2019 and the 10’s and look forward to the 2020’s in the world of environmental justice. We also play a 20-minute sound art piece put together from YouTube videos to illustrate our climate conundrum.

  • COP25 (690)

    COP25 (690)

    21/12/2019 Duración: 53min

    We talk about COP25, a Canadian Green New Deal, India, climate litigation, greenwashing and Christmas.

  • Climate Targets, Ideology  The Green New Deal (689)

    Climate Targets, Ideology & The Green New Deal (689)

    13/12/2019 Duración: 56min

    We discuss Canada’s climate commitments both federal and provincial, the piles of cash ripe for investment in the Green New Deal, and the consumerist ideology that paralyses public power. We’re joined by the National Observer’s Emma McIntosh and The Logic’s Famita Sayed .

  • Citizens Assemblies  Labour Movements (688)

    Citizens' Assemblies & Labour Movements (688)

    07/12/2019 Duración: 57min

    We outline the contemporary role of citizens’ assemblies in widening democracy and their potential for addressing the climate crisis. We then look at Jane McAlevey’s ideas about organizing, a scientific warning about tipping points and two new developments in green tech.

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