The Green Blues Show
'Unwilling or Unable' – a radical new theory for justifying military interventions. As Earth warms, a billion people may soon be exposed to mosquito-borne viral diseases. And, trawling the oceans for plastic.
Farmers, dyers and fabric producers from a single watershed, woven together into a fibreshed. Is ethnic cleansing a charitable enterprise? The Canada Revenue Agency will soon pronounce on this matter. And, on the 25th anniversary of little Rwanda’s hun...
Formerly abundant insects have vanished from a lush Puerto Rican rainforest. In tiny Gaza, under crushing Israeli military siege, antibiotic-resistant microbes infect high-velocity sniper wounds. And a big green dream: Endless clean energy from a tiny ...
What’s going on in Venezuela? I speak to someone who’s just returned, with an alternative view on the turmoil. Carbon taxes versus regulation. What works best? Both, it turns out. And – as if over a decade of crushing Israeli military siege weren’t eno...
A conversation with jailed Palestinian feminist and legislator Khalida Jarrar. And deep carbon – unimaginably huge numbers of microbes living deep beneath us.
The flu virus. the human rights situation in occupied/colonized Palestine. And, attributing extreme weather to climate warming.
In the wake of the worst wildfires in California history, thoughts from an expert in fire dynamics. And, forest and atmosphere. Two tightly coupled systems, both in high peril.
In today's edition of the Green Blues Show: Latin American migrants: climate change refugees? And a safe ecological operating space for livestock production. Have we wandered out of bounds?
Billions of viruses lurk in the animal wilderness, threatening to hop over to humans and trigger the next pandemic. Scientists are mapping them. And, an increasing number of observers have concluded that Israel is a settler-colonial apartheid state.
Scientists warn that Earth may soon slip into hothouse mode. An update on Palestine’s case against Israel at the International Criminal Court, and air pollution from Alberta’s tar sands threatens to acidify lakes across the region.