“Climate Emergency: Feedback Loops.” is a 5-part documentary on scientific mechanisms at work causing climate chaos that may be irreversible
Tag: Climate Change
Spoken Word: Using Poetry and Artivism for Climate and Environment
We look into spoken word poetry artivism, art-activism on environment and climate, where words change how people envision their world and act within it.
Amazon Defenders: Rainforest Biodiversity and Big Oil with Paul Paz y Miño
Paul Paz y Miño from Amazon Watch speaks on biodiversity of Western Amazon Rainforest and protecting it from mining and drilling interests
Deadly Waters – Oil Spills & The Future of Offshore Drilling
EcoJustice Radio covers the deadly waters of oil spilling in Orange County, CA, and how to move beyond offshore drilling in the US after recent disasters. Jack Eidt from WilderUtopia and Emily Parker from Heal the Bay speak with Jessica Aldridge.
Chevron Loses Civil Case in Ecuador – Attorney Steven Donziger Goes to Jail
Human Rights Attorney Steven Donziger, fighting to make Chevron pay $9.5 billion to clean up their mess left behind after decades of oil drilling, dumping, and spilling in Ecuador, is sentenced and serving six months in jail for “Criminal Contempt.” EcoJustice Radio interviewed him on the original case and the efforts by Chevron-friendly judges to stop him from advocating for the Ecuadorian people.
The Link Between Immigration, Racism, & Climate Change
EcoJustice Radio takes a deeper look into the intersection of environmental racism and the crisis at the US Border with Dr. Miguel De La Torre of Iliff School of Theology.
No More Joshua Trees? Climate Change in the Desert
Joshua Tree is an ecological keystone of California deserts. Climate disruption threatens Joshua Tree National Park will no longer have Joshua trees. EcoJustice Radio talks with desert ecologist James Cornett about the future of our deserts in a warming world.