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You can also access the discussions on YouTube or wherever you listen to your podcasts by searching on “Voices of Community Intergenerational
Conversations on Climate

A while back, in the summer of 2022, we embarked upon a project aimed at bringing together the youth of province and senior citizens from the same geographical neighbourhoods to discuss the similarities and differences between the two age groups as it relates to how we view climate crises. Our Intergenerational Conversations on Climate series encapsulated in its 12 episodes ways that we can combat the effects of climate change in our area and beyond, as each topic discussed was relevant to any community. Our podcast was listened to by hundreds of people not just from around the corner, but around the globe spanning countries in Asia and Europe. We invite you to use the link at the top of the page to listen to each episode for yourself and be entertained and informed. With the project at a close, we think it’s important to bring to you an informative primer to empower you to perhaps contribute by producing a podcast of your own.
  1. How-To: A Podcast Primer
  2. Episode 12 – The Grand Finale Roundtable with Reagan, Conner, Luciel, and Bella
  3. Episode 11 – Bob and Reagan
  4. Episode 10 – Clair and Brayden
  5. Episode 9 – Bella and Paul

Inform – Topics below will be updated to reflect the most recent science. Click to download.

Climate Refugees by Bruce Langhus, PhD given as part of the Great Decisions class – Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Oklahoma State University, March 2023.
Bruce standing with tool in front of his hand-carved butternut wood mask of Chief Eagle Eye.

Our art activities – Wood Carving and Quilt Repairing

Orchardist Marian celebrating the new porch and the donation of one ton of apples to the Fredericton Food Bank.

Videos – Reflections by Marian

Presentations by Marian

Marian used dry spaghetti to demonstrate earthquake magnitude followed by a description of the Turkey/Syria earthquake of February 2023 compared to potential California earthquakes.

New Climate Guides Providing Leadership as We Face Climate Crises

3 responses to “New Climate Guides Providing Leadership as We Face Climate Crises”

  1. I just read about this site in our Laudato Si’ group and am excited to explore it! Kudos! Bravo!

  2. Thanks, Liz! you are the first person to leave a comment on our new site! Thanks! I plan on making posts and additions often!

  3. Looking forward to your essay on becoming spiritual is like becoming a cook.

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