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In partnership with Future Earth & , the Worlds We Want is a new podcast exploring cutting-edge research, projects and people working for positive transitions in the Anthropocene. Can hope trump apocalypse?

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About

The Show

In partnership with Future Earth & , the Worlds We Want is a new podcast exploring cutting-edge research, projects and people working for positive transitions in the Anthropocene. Can hope trump apocalypse?

The Worlds We Want is a monthly podcast show which airs on CJLO 1690AM the last Wednesday of every month. It will soon be available on various podcast directories such as iTunes and Spotify. The first episode aired the 27th of September 2017 with guest appearances from Future Earth and has since explored many themes such as documentary-making, futurism, and collective action through fascinating projects and people.

Please write to us with comments, feedback and/or ideas about who or what we should look into, as we're eager to find ways to engage with our growing and dedicated audience.

The Hosts

               

Cheryl Gladu is an Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Candidate at Concordia University (Management and Design). Cheryl has many years of experience related to the promotion of sustainability, as an activist, entrepreneur, educator, and academic. She’s involved in a variety of collaborative projects ranging from community development to bee-keeping.

Tristan Masson is a B.A. Candidate in Political Science and Sustainability Studies at Concordia University. He's interested in all things related to media, technology, climate change, and sustainability, which he pursues through research and writing, as well as in his civic engagement. 

Joel Odjick proudly hails from Quebec’s Kitigan Zibi Algonquin community. Joel studies Biology and Ecology at Concordia in order to pursue a career in conservation. He has represented his community as an elected band councilor, worked in forestry and silviculture, and is an avid outdoorsman. He co-wrote a short story in the 2015 “Moonshot: The Indigenous Comics Collection” published by Toronto’s AH Comics.