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This podcast provides interesting reports from across Canada highlighting people’s efforts to address climate issues. Laura Lynch is an inspiration.
This show is completely one-sided, as it lacks an understanding of the formidable challenges of the energy transition. NIMBYism is a very strong theme as the show is against (almost?) all made-in-Canada solutions for sourcing critical minerals within our borders. I listen to this show to understand what the other side is thinking and saying. This show makes me so angry. I listen to it while I exercise to as listening to it helps me increase the intensity of my workout.
I’ve listen to many episodes and find that they try to talk about Climate Change but for the most part everything sounds like a human interest story. It seems like Laura Lynch has this knack of making everything sound like she interviewing children playing at the park. There’s a total lack of appreciation for how bad the climate situation is.
One of my favourite programs along with Radio EcoShock. more
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