(Podcast) Just Realities : The podcast that explores the concept of JUSTICE

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2020

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    Moderators : Santiago Perez and Mercedes Quesada-Embid. Wonderful participants : Amanda Stathopoulos, Christyn Williams, Dana Boyer, Elisa Borowski, Jessica Clement, Joe Frank Bozeman III, Kangkang Tong, Lisa Harseim, Maria Josefina Figueroa, Maureen Ferry, Nicholas A Hass, Oliver Heidrich, Rhythima Shinde, Shaurat S Chopra and Tom Logan.

This podcast is the first one of the outcomes (or path to action) resulting from the session "Integrations of Justice in Transdisciplinary Research: Towards New Sustainable Paradigms and Meaningful Advocacy" presented the 5th of June 2020.


Serendipitously wonderful we ended up meeting and co-organising the session (and the pre-session) with Mercedes Quesada-Embid. A couple of days after the session, we had a call and we recorded out thought about the session and we developed a bit more some of our thoughts about environmental justice and the methods and we consider useful to use to deliver it. That conversation became the very first episode of the Just Realities podcast.


You can subscribe using the following services :


Anchor : https://anchor.fm/justrealities


Spotify : https://open.spotify.com/show/4oxaULbmjCZUTes8hljh4W


ApplePodcasts : https://podcasts.apple.com/fr/podcast/just-realities-podcast-that-explores-concept-justice/id1521730198


GooglePodcast : https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy8yMjc0ZTYwMC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw==


Stitcher : https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/just-realities-the-podcast-that-explores-the-concept-of-justice


The podcast is an open platform for everybody to participate as guests, hosts, research team, tech team... please send an email to santi@sustainablesanti.com if you want to participate or want to know more about the podcast :)


The second one is a shared "live" document which serves as a repository of literature (academic and non-academic), organisations, initiatives, projects, music and many more references, shared by the participants of the session (and the pre-session). The idea is to have a "shareable database" we can use to get inspired any time we want. It consists on a GoogleDrive document you all are invited to contribute to.


Here is the link for the document : https://docs.google.com/document/d/1oqtifS259fPJ_IaYgOwb_Tz59doBr5We-Xx9wYHfyH4/edit?usp=sharing


If you have any questions, suggestions, ideas... you can contact us at santiago.perez@utt.fr and/or mquesada19@catawba.edu.


Please share the fun with friends, colleagues and family :)