These podcasts aim to highlight the concrete actions in favor of the climate that are implemented within universities as well as the good practices from which university communities could draw inspiration for their climate action. The podcasts are produced by an editorial committee composed of student members of the Network, and renewed periodically. The final assembly is carried out by a partner organization. Each editorial committee is responsible for producing a series of podcasts (4 or 5 episodes per year) on a given subject. The podcasts are then made available on the Network’s website as well as on other distribution platforms.
Discover the podcasts
These podcasts are exclusively in French at the moment. You can find them here:
Épisode 1: The place of local and indigenous knowledge in climate change adaptation policies(Alice Miot-Bruneau (Qc), Sophie Schiever (Qc) et Mouhamadou Niang (Senegal))
Épisode 2: The “guardians” model of the territory to ensure the mobilization of local knowledge in the face of climate change (Laetitia Marc (Qc), Dieynaba Ba (Senegal) et Aicha Sagna (Senegal))
Épisode 3: Traditional and indigenous soil restoration methods for climate resilience? (Julien Malard-Adam (Qc), Fatoumata Tall Sow (Senegal) et Madoule Lo (Senegal))
Épisode 4: Decolonizing Science: Valuing Indigenous Traditional Knowledge in Climate Negotiations (Part 1) (Mathilde Boucher (Qc), Laure Gosselin (Qc) et Adjara Fall (Senegal))
Épisode 5: Decolonizing Science: Valuing Indigenous Traditional Knowledge in Climate Negotiations (Part 2) (Mathilde Boucher (Qc), Laure Gosselin (Qc) et Adjara Fall (Senegal))