Living Herstory Episode 4

Added by | 10 yearss ago


This programme's theme: women and the environment. What is eco-feminist and its connection to the environment, do environmental issues have a special relationship to women? Are there benefits to growing your own food and is there any potential of wind power in Northern Ireland? Pollution effecting children and family life such as from the George Best airport extension come under scrutiny. Cycling, the dangers, seven out of eight people injured in cycling accidents are women, what is the link between mental health, processed food and green spaces? Finally 'Available in kids size' is a new campaign asking restaurants to offer kids size portions from the main menu....down with chicken nuggets and chips!
Guests are Louise Higgins:Belfast Feminist Network, Rebecca Vollet: Eco Life NI & Available In Kid Size Campaign, Adam McGibbon: Green Party.
Music: Women's Drum Circle.


Related tags: Cynosure , Cynosure Enterprises , Al B Romano , Dana Keith , Luiz Rodriguez , Miami , Miami&Beaches , Water Conservation , Environment , Film Festival , Video , hops , climate , Wisconsin , beer , world , San Jacinto , climate change , Mountain Yellow Leg Frog , Southern California Mountains , Idyllwild , forest , bark beetle , bees , honeybees , documentary , environment , agriculture , michael pollan , EPA , pesticides , ellen page , pesticide , organic , biodynamic , clothianadin , colony collapse disorder , CCD , ecology , ga ,

comments powered by Disqus

TerritorioScuola. Some rights reserved. Informazioni d'uso