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Animal Safety in the Summertime, featuring encore segments on bear safety, keeping your dog cool in the summer, and the dangers of dogs in the back of pick up trucks.
In this episode, we discuss the overfishing film The End of the Line; feature an interview with investigative journalist Charles Clover, author of the book “The End of the Line: How Overfishing is Changing the World and What We Eat” and a key character in the film by the same name; and we catch up with 19 year old activist Nadia Masoudi on her plans for this year’s Animal Freedom Day and launch of her new film Don’t Eat Me.
This week we talk with Nicole from Vegan Prom YVR about the preparations she and crew have underway for the first every Vegan Prom in Vancouver, and in our feature interview, we talk to Naomi Rose, marine mammal biologist and Senior Scientist with the Humane Society International about the upcoming 63rd Annual International Whaling Commission.
Jenna McDavid tells us about the Vegan Pen Pal Project she started, and Lindsay O’Donnell of the Wake Project fame joins us for a discussion on alternatives to fishing as a way to spend Father’s Day – we’ll give you some cruelty-free alternatives instead!
For all the bears out there more menacing than the one at left, we talk to Tom Saare from the Rivers Institute about how to keep safe in the woods. Alison reviews Eco Pirate: The Story of Paul Watson, & we find out what to expect at the Animal Rights National Conference in LA.
A review of Vegan Pizza House; Top Animal Rights Film Recommendations – Part I; and a feature interview with Dr. Jodey Castricano on her Critical Animal Studies course.
Lauren Ornelas of The Food Empowerment Project about her Food Justice talk this weekend, as well as Melisser Elliot of The Urban Housewife and author of The Vegan Girl’s Guide to Life. We also announce the winner of our contest for a copy of the book Striking at The Roots by Mark Hawthorne.