Podcast, Environmental Justice
The Climate Imaginary: Earth Ethics, Spirituality, and Social Justice — with Karenna Gore
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On the seventh and final episode of The Climate Imaginary, a Below the Radar series, Am Johal is joined by Karenna Gore, the founder and executive director of Center for Earth Ethics at Union Theological Seminary.
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- Center for Earth Ethics
- Union Theological Seminary
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About Our Guest
Karenna Gore is the founder and executive director of the Center for Earth Ethics at Union Theological Seminary in New York.
She previously worked at the legal centre of Sanctuary for Families, which serves victims of domestic violence and trafficking, and had authored the book, “Lighting the Way: Nine Women Who Changed Modern America” (2006). Karenna graduated from Harvard College, earned her law degree from Columbia Law School, and a Master’s in Social Ethics from Union Theological Seminary.
CITE THIS EPISODE
Johal, Am. “The Climate Imaginary: Earth Ethics, Spirituality and Social Justice — with Karenna Gore.” Below the Radar, SFU’s Vancity Office of Community Engagement. Podcast audio, December 13, 2022. https://www.sfu.ca/vancity-office-community-engagement/below-the-radar-podcast/series/the-climate-imaginary/198-karenna-gore.html.
ABOUT THE SERIES
As we navigate our future within the ongoing climate emergency, we seek different frameworks to help guide our learning and our actions. In Below the Radar’s The Climate Imaginary series we touch on disinformation, links between the arts and climate activism, and the challenges in making real environmental change.
To visualize a better future, Below the Radar invites guests from across artistic and academic disciplines to discuss ways of working in solidarity amidst the climate crisis. We feature conversations that range from the unique power of creative works to mobilize people, to the importance of collaboration and interdependence across fields.
The Climate Imaginary and Below the Radar are recorded on the territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh peoples.
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