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Hosted by Grace Nosek, Planet Potluck combines personal storytelling and interviews to explore stories of hope, joy, and community in the climate movement. After telling her own story of finding joy and fulfillment in climate work after personal tragedy, Grace interviews the friends she’s made through her years as a climate activist—students, professors, organizers, lawyers, activists on the front lines, engineers, and more. What emerges is an intimate look at the grief and joy of leaning in ...
 
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Grace chats with Nina and Uma, teen climate activists in Vancouver, British Columbia, about speaking at City Hall, centering justice and intersectionality in the climate movement, and discovering the courage to speak up. They talk about how the movement has been a space to grow and connect outside of typical social constraints.…
 
Grace chats with Kate Higham, the inaugural Coordinator of the University of British Columbia Climate Hub and a longtime human rights advocate, about the vital connection between human rights and climate change, how corporations might be held legally accountable for harms arising from climate change, and what strategies the Climate Hub has used to …
 
Grace chats with Kelsey Skaggs, lawyer and Executive Director of the Climate DefenseProject, about suing Harvard for its failure to divest from fossil fuels while still a lawstudent and the growing momentum around the climate necessity defense. They talkabout the decades-long campaign by members of the fossil fuel industry and their allies tounderm…
 
Grace chats with Lindsay Borrows, lawyer, author, and linguist. Lindsay is a member of the Chippewas of Nawash First Nation. Her love for the land, water and story-telling inspire her to explore law as a way to strengthen relationships between humans and non-humans in the spaces we call home. Lindsay talks about her new book, Otter’s Journey throug…
 
Grace chats with Jacqueline Lee-Tam, a climate justice organizer and university student, about her collaboration on a national youth campaign to condemn the Canadian government’s decision to purchase the Trans Mountain pipeline. Jacqueline speaks about how she begun engaging with the climate movement in high school, how she has found community in t…
 
Grace Nosek, host of Planet Potluck, shares how an injury drives her climate work, how a hopeful climate talk changed the course of her career, and how she's found community and joy by leaning into climate activism.โดย Grace Nosek
 
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