Liberating Sustainability

Liberating Sustainability - Disability

av Liberating Sustainability | Publicerades 11/24/2020

Liberating Sustainability is an intersectional take on the climate emergency. In each episode, field-leaders from student liberation movements and academia deconstruct the exclusivity of sustainability activism and education. From plastic straws to packaged foods, where are disabled people excluded from sustainability? Are they stereotyped as unproductive or social burdens? And is it fair that non-disabled people define what is acceptable sustainable behaviour? Unpacking these questions are Dr. Gregor Wolbring, Associate Professor in Disability Studies at the University of Calgary, and Malak Mayet, former NUS Disabled Students' Second Place. Producer, Editor, Presenter: Jelena Sofronijevic (@jelsofron) Producer, Presenter: Hatty Ruddick (@hattyeru) Graphics: Hannah Robinson Music: Organisms // Chad Crouch Commissioned by Students Organising for Sustainability (SOS-UK) and the National Union of Students (NUS). FULL TRANSCRIPT: drive.google.com/drive/folders/1lQEgzwshy2S_H74eWleZVR75vpRBAfqT?usp=sharing

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Liberating Sustainability is an intersectional take on the climate emergency. In each episode, field-leaders from student liberation movements and academia deconstruct the exclusivity of sustainability activism and education. Producer, Editor, Presenter: Jelena Sofronijevic (@jelsofron) Producer, Presenter: Hatty Ruddick (@hattyeru) Graphics: Hannah Robinson Music: Organisms // Chad Crouch Commissioned by Students Organising for Sustainability (SOS-UK) and the National Union of Students (NUS). FULL TRANSCRIPTS: drive.google.com/drive/folders/1lQEgzwshy2S_H74eWleZVR75vpRBAfqT?usp=sharing