Terra Informa

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Summary

When you think of an environmentalist, what kind of person do you imagine? Does gender, race, or income influence this image? Is it all about eating organic avocado toast?

Terra Informer Dylan Hall had the chance to investigate the complex and social ways we understand environmentalism and environmental practices by  interviewing Dr. Emily Huddart Kennedy, sociology professor at the University of British Columbia. We hear a snippet of a talk given by Dr. Kennedy in February at the University of Alberta’s International Week, followed by a deeper investigation and interview with Dylan.

Show Notes

When you think of an environmentalist, what kind of person do you imagine? Does gender, race, or income influence this image? Is it all about eating organic avocado toast? Terra Informer Dylan Hall had the chance to investigate the complex and social ways we understand environmentalism and environmental practices by  interviewing Dr. Emily Huddart Kennedy, sociology professor at the University of British Columbia. We hear a snippet of a talk given by Dr. Kennedy in February at the University of Alberta’s International Week, followed by a deeper investigation and interview with Dylan.

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What is Terra Informa?

A weekly environmental news program covering issues from across Canada & around the world.