Hanna Morris joins Don on Impact to discuss how “we can recognize and visualize Global Warming” by investigating the absence of what we cannot see and experience. Coming on the heals of the impactful environmental decisions this past year, it leaves us to seriously discuss how human civilization can possibly begin to integrate lessons from the past into our future decisions on this planet, not because we should but because we now must. Please join us in this inquisitive and insightful interview.
What do psychology and Climate Change have in common? Listen this Sat. to Impact and find out when Don jumps in with the organizers of a local social innovation hub, IdeasXchange and thought leaders from UBC connecting the dots for us.
Michael Challenger, Best Selling author, award-winning producer and director joins Don to discuss understanding how working with our fears can open up many more doors in our lives so we can live more truthfully with ourselves. His new book Don’t Let Fear Paralyze You; A Guide To Your Own Personal Freedom was launched this past October with his first book singing in Quebec on Nov. 11th.
Join us as we jump into the topic of our sea levels rising and how our city here in Vancouver is doing to get prepared with our guests John Englander, author of High Tide on Main Street: Rising Sea Level and The Coming Coastal Crisis as well as Brad Badelt, Assistant Director, The City of Vancouver’s Sustainability Group.
The first recipients of the newly created David Suzuki Foundation Fellowship feature conversations with Brett Dolter, Jerome Laviolette, and Melina Laboucan-Massimo. We are also joined by Harpreet Johal the DSF Senior Fellowship Specialist who shares more information about this program. I am looking forward to a fun and engaging conversation as we learn what this opportunity means as they dig into their individual interests around finance, transportation, and sustainability. I hope you can join us!
The first recipients of the newly created David Suzuki Foundation Fellowship features conversations with Brett Dolter, Jerome Laviolette and Melina Laboucan-Massimo. We are also joined by Harpreet Johal the DSF Senior Fellowship Specialist who shares more information about this program. This is an engaging conversation as we learn what this opportunity means to each fellow as they dig into their individual interests around finance, transportation and sustainability.
Sara Harris is a Professor at UBC. Her fields of interest include the art of teaching, climate science, climate change, oceanography, environmental science, paleoceanography, paleoclimate and science education. We discuss climate change, her book, Understanding Climate Change, as well as climate change education and a course that all of us can take.