Nov 27, 2023
The war in Gaza has been going on all month, so we talked most about it. Shane Steinman, Alan Haber, Paul Werbos all want a solution that does not involve exclusive sovereignty. Andre Sheldon and Alastair Farrugia both promote changes in process. For the video, audio podcast, transcript and comments:
Nov 22, 2023
Both Konstantin Samoilov and Andre Kamenshikov have left Russia because of their opposition to the war. Jill Carr-Harris is a Gandhian leader in India. We discuss the possibilities and risks of producing educational forums about nonviolence to millions of expatriate Russians. For the video, audio podcast, transcript...
Nov 10, 2023
Aaron Wolf is a geography professor at Oregon State University. He heads a program teaching graduate students to work out treaties and other agreements among countries with transboundary disputes over water – mainly rivers that run through their lands. For the video, audio podcast, transcript and comments:
Nov 9, 2023
Leila Harris is a professor in British Columbia who studies the political and social aspects of water. She began with a dissertation on the methods of irrigation in Turkey and more recently has spent time in African townships, seeing how the access to abundant clean water affects the social relationships...
Nov 6, 2023
Cynthia Rosenzweig is a professor at Columbia University who studies the connections between food security and climate change. She reports that the number of hungry people has markedly increased since the Sustainable Development Goals were promulgated, promising to reduce it. For the video, audio podcast, transcript...