25 GenZ-ers in 5 minutes: Youth Climate Perspectives from Across the Spectrum
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by Arielle
2M ago
I interviewed dozens of teens at my high school about their opinions and emotions surrounding the climate crisis. The audio clips you’re about to hear are diverse and polarizing–I featured many students whose perspectives align with mine, and others whom I fundamentally disagree with. However, the most common response I recieved was unexpected--and its frequency tells an important story in and of itself...Anyway, without further ado, here are the voices of Gen Z-ers contemplating the climate crisis.  ..read more
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Seeds of Change: How an Indigenous Farming Practice Fights Urban Hunger and Climate Change
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by Arielle
4M ago
Learn about agroforestry, a 2000-year-old indigenous farming technique that can simultaneously mitigate the impacts of climate change on low-income urban communities, and remedy food insecurity. Plus, learn about how racist policies in our nation's capital are not a relic of the past--their impacts manifest today as climate change applies disproportionate pressure to historically exploited communities.    ..read more
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Edible Gold: The Story of Biopiracy and a Supernatural Plant
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by Arielle
5M ago
In this episode, we travel to a tiny indigenous village in Oaxaca, Mexico. What we find there seems too good to be true--it could be the solution to a worldwide agricultural crisis. But who does this treasure truly belong to? We're not just going to loot it...right?  ..read more
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Girls Gotta Run: Climage Change, Food Security, Running, and Girls Education in Ethiopia
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by Arielle
6M ago
Listen in for a fascinating conversation with Ms. Arbora Johnson, the Executive Director of the Girls Gotta Run Foundation, based in Ethiopia. You'll learn about how the organization uses running to empower Ethiopian girls to pursue education, become stronger athletes, and follow their dreams--all while building climate resilience.  ..read more
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Palette for The Planet: The Intersections of Art and Climate Justice
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by Arielle
7M ago
Join us on an audio journey to the Climate Museum in NYC, to experience the End of Fossil Fuel Exhibit. In one of our most engaging episodes so far, you'll hear my conversation with the Museum's Founder and Director, Ms. Miranda Massie; and award-winning artist and author, Mr. Gregory Christie. Mr. Christie speaks about the 40-foot mural he created for the End of Fossil Fuel exhibit, and how art can articulate the toughest subjects and inspire positive change. Ms. Massie gives us insights into her take on art for climate justice and opens our eyes to the legacy of deception and discrimination ..read more
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The Great Honeybee Delusion: Dr. Nicholas Dorian says, ”We’re Saving The Wrong Bees”
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by Arielle
10M ago
Warning: This episode will make you question the very nature of reality...or at least, the reality of nature. Everything you knew about the "honey bee crisis" is false. According to Dr. Nick Dorian, honey bees don't need saving--and they aren't the heroes we make them out to be. Flying under the radar are 4,000 other bee species that desperately need our help. In return, they can help us mitigate climate change and food insecurity. Listen in for a revelatory and utterly captivating conversation with pollinator expert, Dr. Nick Dorian. Prepare to BEE amazed! Dr. Dorian is a Ph.D. candidate at T ..read more
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Don’t Worry About The A.I. of The Future. Doomsday Is Today.
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by Arielle
11M ago
I recently read a New York Times article titled, Inside The White Hot Center of A.I. Doomerism. It struck me, because the literal "white hot center" of doom isn't some future sci-fi dystopia. It's right next door, burning Canada to a crisp. The irony burns me up. Listen in to learn more--plus a special opportunity to publish YOUR climate story ..read more
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Profile of A Climate Hero: Hussain, Berber Hiking Guide in Morocco’s High Atlas Mountains
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by Arielle
1y ago
Some of the most impactful climate heroes are the ones you've never heard of. For four days, Hussain of the Ourigane Ecolodge guided my family and me through the craggy High Atlas Mountains in Morocco. Hussain is an outspoken environmentalist in his rural village; climate change threatens his livelihood and the land his ancestors have treasured for millennia. Learn about how many Berber communities in the High Atlas Mountains are returning to the sustainable ancient farming methods of their nomadic ancestors, and abandoning modern irrigation systems that deplete Morocco’s precious groundwater ..read more
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Nowhere Left to Roam
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by Arielle
1y ago
Wandering is a way of life for the nomadic tribes of Morocco. But where do they go when droughts and food shortages are always one step ahead? Their identity is changing quickly as the climate. Learn about how Morocco’s Amazigh people are fighting a terrifying and unexpected axis of evil: climate change, the ripple effects of colonialism, and food insecurity ..read more
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Moroccan Women Fighting Climate Change: Part 1
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by Arielle
1y ago
How does climate change disproportionately affect women? Morocco is a global role-model in the fight against climate change, but the nation's girls and women bear the brunt of the environmental impacts. Hear from Ms. Amina El Hajjami, the program director at the Moroccan non-profit High Atlas Foundation. Her cooperative empowers women to take the fight against climate change into their own hands. Plus, explore how Morocco is adapting to the novelty of climate change by returning to ancient agricultural practices; and learn about how Moroccan women navigate a patriarchal society, climate change ..read more
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