Climate Fringe Podcasts
Episode 7: Faith and Climate
In this episode we explore what faith communities bring to climate campaigning and action. With discussions ranging across Sikh, Muslim, Baháʼí, Christian and Jewish faith perspectives, this podcast explores commonalities, shared perspectives and the motivations of our contributors. Tami, Kat and Manish invite Ravinder Nijjar chair of UK women of Faith Network, Linsay Taylor of Muslim Engagement and Development and chair of Interfaith Scotland, and Maureen, three women from three different faith traditions to the virtual studio. I hope you enjoy the wide ranging, fascinating, personal and meaningful discussions as a listener as much as we enjoyed making this podcast.
Episode 6: Uncertainty of COP and lessons from Chile
This Climate Fringe Stories podcast explores what uncertainty means for COP and civil society and the lessons we can learn from Chile. Tami and Kat from SCCS chat with Manish Joshi, a seasoned COP attendee and Civil Society organiser on their experiences of COP over the last decade. We then meet with Paula Tassarra from Cultura Planeteria to find out what lessons she learnt from the COP being moved from Chile.
Episode 5: Why have young people been so effective in communicating the urgency of the climate crisis?
Why have young people been so effective in communicating the urgency of the climate crisis? And what is it that motivates these activists? Tami Pein of SCCS speaks to Scottish Youth Climate Striker, Dylan Hamilton, Catrina Randall of Youth FoES, and Seonaid Knox of Scottish Prophetic Activists
Episode 4: Riders On The Storm: Alastair McIntosh Book Launch
Listen back to the Book Launch to celebrate the publication of Riders on the Storm: The Climate Crisis and the Survival of Being by Alastair McIntosh.
Alastair will be in conversation with Professor Alison Phipps, holder of the UNESCO Chair in Refugee Integration at Glasgow University.
The launch is hosted in partnership with the Centre for Human Ecology.
Episode 3: Art and Climate
Kat Jones of Stop Climate Chaos Scotland, talks to Artist and Activist Fadzai Mwkutuya and Academic and Artist Inge Paneels about Artivism, their own experiences of art and climate campaigning, and why art and culture need to be central to COP26. Fadzai is the founder of www.climatechangecreative.com, a collaborate network for artists who explore the issues of climate change through art.
Episode 2: Food for Good Coalition
Tami talks to Food for Good Edinburgh about their work ensuring no-one is isolated from good food during the covid-19 crisis and the connections between food, community, resilience in a crisis and climate justice.
On the podcast you’ll hear from Kirtsy Haigh, Johnny Briggs and Simon Kenton-Lake. With a special shout out to SCCS’s Nick Cullen who is a key coordinator in the Coalition.
To find out more about their work visit: https://foodforgoodedinburgh.org/
Episode 1: ÙNA Festival
Climate Fringe Stories ÚNA Festival – Uniting Scotland and South America through arts, film, music and storytelling
For our first episode of the Climate Fringe Stories Tami is in conversation with ÚNA festival organisers, Isabella Noero and Cameron Mackay. The episode delves into their motivations to put on ÚNA TraDigital Festival 2020. Touching on the power of storytelling, myth and education within climate arts.
To find out more visit: https://unafest.com/una-fest-2020
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