How do we redefine environmentalism so that it includes everyone? How do we embed justice and belonging into our relationship to the natural world? How can we include cities and modernity in our definitions of nature? What is the role of our ancestors in environmentalism and activism?
These questions are explored in a conversation between Chúk Odenigbo, a Founding Director of Future Ancestors, and Reseed host Alice Irene Whittaker. Chúk is an expert in climate justice, oceans, anti-racism, public health, and decolonization.
This beautiful conversation about big ideas and complex intersections delves into using our power and influence to dismantle oppressive systems, while planting seeds that grow a vibrant and just world.
Read the transcript and show notes at reseed.ca.