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We aired Part 2 of the Canadian Youth Delegations first podcast, which is composed of recordings gathered at the Power Shift Conference in late October. This piece features activist Naomi Klein, and reflections with delegate member Alanna Westwood.
An inter-faculty debate was organized by the Green Business Awards Project, EnActUs McGill and the David Suzuki Foundation. Listen to Part 1 of the debate when the participants respond to the question:
Do you think government, societal movements or businesses will be most effective in implementing sustainability in the future?
Finally, throughout the show we air some of the new songs produce by local Montreal reggae artists Auresia. Some of our collective members had an opportunity to sit down with her and discuss how environment issues play a role in her music.
Auresia will be playing a show at Les Bobards on Thursday, December 13th!
Debaters: Holly Dressel, Michelle Holiday, Jonathan Glen Cross, Caroline Begg
Show credits: Irene Dambriunas, Melissa Fundira, Nadia Kanji, Isabel Carey and Elizabeth Shebell
Music: Yo La Tengo