VIEWPOINTS on the CCRC Radio/Podcast offers unique perspectives on contemporary and global issues. Each session brings people together from different worlds to offer their stories, their experiences, their questions and their gathered insights, on a specific topic. Engaging, provocative, informative, and entertaining, VIEWPOINTS is as much about listening as it is about offering.
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EP.2 THERE ARE MANY OTHER WAYS TO SEE, TO SPEAK, TO KNOW.
Hosted by Byron Flekke with Indigenous guests from around the world, VIEWPOINTS episode two will explore Indigenous perspectives on climate.
Is infinite growth on a finite planet possible? How do we get involved beyond the blue box in dealing with climate change? There is technology that is helping and there is work going on that you might not be aware of.
Come to Indigenous perspectives on climate on June 24th and learn how traditional knowledge is impacting the climate crisis on our one and only home. You will be joining guests from across Canada, from Finland and Peru who will let you in on the environmental work they are doing. The thoughts may change the way you get involved in leaving the campsite better than you found it for future generations. Comments and questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
VIEWPOINTS on INDIGENOUS perspectives on CLIMATE
June 24th @ 8pm-9:30pm ET
Join us on Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/91441322243
EP.1 EVERY SNOWFLAKE IN AN AVALANCHE PLEADS ‘NOT GUILTY’
FASHION and its connection to the CLIMATE CRISIS
The first VIEWPOINTS podcast is about the Fashion Industry and is moderated by Yuddha Maharaj and produced by the CANADIAN CENTRE FOR RURAL CREATIVITY. The episode is called EVERY SNOWFLAKE IN AN AVALANCHE PLEADS ‘NOT GUILTY.’
You will be a part of a conversation that looks at how we got to where we are at, and where we go from here. From the historic, to the contemporary, from the ethics of fashion, to how you can make a difference, this interactive session will have you meeting informed guests from different parts of the world. Nigerian writer Ben Okri said: Change your story and you might very well change your life.
Come to VIEWPOINTS and listen to some unique stories that might have you thinking about changing your own story when it comes to your relationship with your clothes. Comments and questions can be sent to email@example.com.
VIEWPOINTS on FASHION and its connection to the CLIMATE CRISIS
May 27th @ 8pm-9:30pm ET