Listen to an interview with Anne Petermann and Orin Langelle from the Global Justice Ecology Project recorded live on Free City Radio on CKUT fm in Montreal. In this interview Anne and Orin offer / outline critiques on the corporate influence over the UN process surrounding climate change, looking specifically at carbon trading and genetically modified trees as examples of the way that corporate oriented “solutions” to climate change are not addressing the roots of the climate crisis as rooted in capitalism.
In this exchange we also hear critiques of Liberal politicians in Canada and Democratic politicians in the US who speak to climate change but do little to fundamentally address the actual crisis and the foundational influence that the corporate sector sustains in creating the conditions for climate change.
Orin also speaks about a current photography exhibition at the ¡Buen Vivir! Gallery in Buffalo New York that outlines protests against both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions in the US dating back to 1972.
info on Orin’s photography at : photolangelle.org
info on the Global Justice Ecology Project : globaljusticeecology.org
this program includes music by Amir Amiri @amiramiri and The Loop Pilots a project via Lou Piensa @lou-piensa & Dr. Mad @docmad feat. on this track @spirodon on piano, who is also the producer of Free City Radio, info freecityradio.org
From Wednesday 10 August with host Stefan Christoff (The show starts five minutes after music)