In this episode we will discuss renewable energy colonialism, impact on local communities, and the NIMBY rhetoric.
Tag Archives: Environmental Justice
A Just Energy Transition for India
In this episode we discuss a just energy transition for India with a focus on socio-cultural aspects, limits of technology-centered approaches, and exploitation and employment in the renewable energy sector.
Energy poverty in Eastern Europe
In this episode we discuss energy justice, the consequences of not having energy needs satisfied and how it relates to other environmental issues such as air pollution and environmental degradation.
Traditional knowledges of Indigenous peoples and environmental challenges
In this episode we discuss the traditional knowledges of indigenous peoples and their relevance and importance to mitigating and adapting to climate change and environmental challenges in general.
Environmental Justice in the US (part 2): Anatomy of a movement
This is the final half of a two-part interview with Mustafa Santiago Ali in which we discuss Environmental Justice in the United States.
Environmental Justice in the US (part 1): Fighting the good fight
In this episode we discuss Environmental Justice (EJ) in the United States and our guest Mustafa Santiago Ali’s 24 years working at the US Environmental Protection Agency. This is the first half of a two-part interview.
Fighting air inequality, one dataset at a time
In this episode we discuss how open data on air pollution can lead to actions towards cleaner air.