SOLITA WORK FROM THE WEST KOOTENAY CYCLING COALTION GUEST CO-HOSTS TO TALK ABOUT TRANSPORTATION, BIKES, BUSES AND MORE. PHOTO BY: WIES VAN WETTEN LISTEN OR DOWNLOAD HERE: Solita Work from the West Kootenay Cycling Coalition co-hosts for a special show looking at transportation. Nelson City planner Matt Kuziak talks about active transportation corridors in Nelson, … Continue reading January 31, 2023. Solita Work co-hosts on transportation, Rosemont active transport corridor. Netherlands to Nelson… transport differences!
CLIMATE TOWN ON YOUTUBE, WITTY LOOK AT COOKING WITH GAS. LISTEN OR DOWNLOAD JANUARY 24 ECOCENTRIC HERE: The danger of gas stoves is raising quite a stink in the US and everywhere right now. To find out more we talk with Dr. Melissa Lem, president of the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment. BC's … Continue reading January 24, 2023. Real story on gas stoves. BC courts says government failure to report on climate targets is “disappointing” and local woman shares about COP 15 in Montreal. And cutting edge with the phone in your pocket!!!
DENIZEN OF DEEP KOOTENAY FOREST: THE WESTERN TOAD. LISTEN OR DOWNLOAD HERE: Local people gathered up above Slocan Lake at the Enterprise Creek hairpin corner to protest old growth logging this past Sunday. Enterprise Creek resident Theresa Smed tells us why they are concerned. Fox Forest from Last Stand West Kootenay was at the gathering … Continue reading January 17, 2023. Local voices for forests on Enterprise Creek
IS NELSON MAKING THE BEST USE OF THE LAKESHORE: GARBAGE DUMP, AIRPORT, MALL PARKING LOT? LISTEN OR DOWNLOAD SHOW HERE: Nelson At Its Best is running a large scale public discussion about our city’s 'public spaces’. We talk with George Chandler about why they want to learn and about the survey you can take part … Continue reading January 10, 2023. Discussing “public spaces” in Nelson. Premier Eby says forests “exhausted”. Scientist Rachel Holt discusses the options.
THE FRECCIAROSSA 100, ITALY'S 400 km/hour TRAIN DOWNLOAD OR LISTEN HERE: Linn Murray our former co-host here on the show is back from six months working in in Guatemala. Public transportation is going to be a big deal in 2023, after being on the back burner for generations. How’s it going to work? \ Dr. … Continue reading January 3, 2023. Linn Murray on Guatemala, planes, trains, buses and catastrophes… little planning for transit in Canada
BEAUTIFUL SNOWY DAYS IN THE MOUNTAINS. HAPPPY HOLIDAYS! LISTEN OR DOWNLOAD THE DECEMBER 20th SHOW HERE: Back at the end of February this year the IPCC, the intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released the second of three reports in its 6th Assessmen. Julia Levin, Senior Climate and Energy Program Manager with Environmental Defence in Toronto, … Continue reading December 20, 2022. Repeat show, IPCC report in 2022, Carl Sagan on climate in 1985, Jason Hickel on Degrowth.
FIRST NATIONS ACTIVISTS INTERRUPT TRUDEAU AT MONTREAL CONFERENCE. STOP INVADING THEY POINT OUT. DOWNLOAD THE SHOW OR LISTEN HERE: Bari Precious in Nanaimo has for months been supporting Fairy Creek Old Growth defenders going through court. She has an amazing story about the twists, turns and police violence in Canada’s largest civil disobedience protest in … Continue reading December 13 2022. Fairy Creek trials continue. BC lakes continue to be invasive mussel-free. Seymour River old growth faces logging threat.
"Big Lonely Doug," the second-largest Douglas fir tree in Canada and the only survivor of a clearcut outside of Port Renfrew (Photo by Ancient Forest Alliance). LISTEN OR DOWNLOAD DECEMBER 6 2022 SHOW: The UN Conference on protecting biodiversity starts December 7th in Montreal. Protecting biodiversity and habitat is a big issue in nature loving … Continue reading The importance of biodiversity preservation. Protecting Kootenay landscapes and wildlife. BC Climate Emergency Campaign gives BC climate action a grade of: FAIL.
LISTEN TO WEEKLY SHOW OR DOWNLOAD HERE: Across BC more and more communities are looking at the expansion of methane gas pipelines and delivery as one thing they can control. We hear from Margaret Holm in Penticton how a community group in the Okanagan is working to stop methane gas expansion. COP 27 is over … Continue reading November 29 2022. Stopping gas delivery to BC homes, the cop-out at COP 27, what’s the COP future?
JOSH WAPP TAKES US FOR A RIDE IN THE NEW LOW-SPEED ELECTRIC VEHICLE AT CARSHARECOOP.CA. COP 27 wrapped up this week with another sad compromise on fossil fuels. But there were some good results too. For an over view we chat with Aly Hyder Ali from Environmental Defence in Ottawa. The BC Environmental Film Festival … Continue reading November 22, 2022. What came out of COP 27, BC’s environmental film festival, riding with Josh in the new lime green low speed vehicle