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CANIE Climate Dialogues

CANIE Climate Dialogues

By CANIE
International Education is both an important global force for good and a contributor to the climate emergency. Join CJ Tremblay as she discusses what's happening at the intersection of climate action and international education and speaks with administrators, researchers, policy makers, students, and more for solutions on transforming our industry. If you want to start affect change in the business of international education as we work towards a more carbon-conscious and emissions-neutral industry, then this podcast is for you.
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Advancing the SDGs through Education Abroad - Ep8
Big news in the move towards a more sustainable International Education Study Abroad sector and we’re here to break it down! In this episode of the pod, CJ is joined once again by CANIE Co-Host Adrienne Fusek to talk about the new guidelines that aim to align the Standards of Good Practice for Education Abroad with the UN SDGs. CJ and Adrienne are then joined by two members of the committee that developed the guidelines - Daniel Ponce-Taylor from IOI and Ravi Raj from Authentica - to dig into the framework, some applications, and how you, our listeners, can start using them today to work towards a more sustainable study abroad program.
58:09
April 1, 2021
Conference Perspectives: CBIE and IOHE - Ep7
The 2020 pandemic has forced international education to change in many ways, including the overnight change from the much-beloved in-person conferences to virtual. In this episode, CJ is joined by CANIE Co-host Evelien Renders, Information Manager in internationalization at Radboud University, to talk to two associations: the Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE) and the Inter-American Organization for Higher Education (OIHE) about their organizations' views on climate justice and action, and the benefits and challenges of virtual, bi-annual, and annual conference models. We listen to Larissa Bezo, President and CEO of the Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE), Melissa Payne, Director of Membership, Research and Learning (CBIE), and Luis Kauachi (IOHE) discuss the future of conferences and networking and finally - how practitioners can play active roles in shaping these changes. The presenting sponsor for the CANIE Climate Dialogues is the University of Auckland's International Office.
01:12:55
March 16, 2021
Sustainability in Business School Mobility: EM Strasbourg Business School - Ep6
Jumping from our previous episode of online collaboration to traditional mobility, CJ Tremblay is joined by CANIE Co-host Michelle Avelena to tackle the issue of becoming better at international mobility, specifically student exchanges. In this episode, CJ takes listeners close to the initiatives started by Kevin Mac Gabhann, Director of International Relations at the EM Strasbourg Business School, University of Strasbourg on ways that the school prepares its exchange students to be aware of green initiatives at their exchange destination. We tackle some of the frequently asked questions on starting green policies at institutions, to the importance of creating climate-aware global leader. Finally, we learn from Kevin on his vision of mobility: achieving carbon net-zero. Presenting Sponsor: Auckland University
01:06:04
February 26, 2021
Intro to COIL - Ep5
COIL, short for Collaborative Online International Learning, is a hot topic of conversation. In this Episode, CJ is joined by CANIE Co-Host, and CANIE Summit [Europe] Presenter, Simone Hackett - senior lecturer and head of internationalization at The Hague University in The Netherlands. Simone has worked with COIL since 2012 and in a surprise twist that CJ did not expect, also worked with guest Keiko Ikeda, Professor in the Division of International Affairs, and KU-COIL Coordinator at Kansai University on a COIL collaboration! In this episode Simon and Keiko introduce the topic of COIL, the opportunities it presents for internationalization at home, subject matter well-suited to COIL, as well as best practices for getting COIL embedded in an institution. Simone and Keiko also discuss how COIL has changed as a result of COVID and why it presents an opportunity for sustainable internationalization.
01:03:29
February 16, 2021
Climate Justice and International Education: Making Connections - Ep4
On this episode of the pod, Adrienne Fusek once again joins CJ as CANIE Co-Host to talk about an upcoming CANIE Live "Climate Justice and International Education" discussion series. They chat with series moderator Ine Williams, a CANIE board member and Melissa Lee, CEO of The Green Program and a panelist for Part 1 of the series. Ine and Melissa share their journeys and drivers to explore and discuss the intersection of racial justice, climate justice, and their work and our work as a sector.
01:14:49
February 6, 2021
Sustainability in Higher Education with AASHE and ACTS - Ep3
In our third episode, CJ is joined by CANIE board member Adrienne Fusek in her first appearance as CANIE Co-Host! CJ and Adrienne speak with two leaders from prominent sustainable campus associations on the opposite sides of the world: Meghan Fay Zahnisher, the Executive Director at the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) in North America and Corey Peterson, the current President of Australasian Campuses Towards Sustainability (ACTS). Megan and Corey reflect on the impact their organizations have had in their decades of work in higher education, address the commonly asked question on how international offices can work with sustainability offices, and their vision for a more sustainable international education sector. Finally, we discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic impacts sustainability work and the road to sustainable recovery.
01:17:11
January 23, 2021
Meet The CANIE Founders - Ep2
What the heck is CANIE? In this second episode, we talk to our two co-founders: Ailsa Lamont and Pii-Tulia Nikula on the 5W of their Climate Action Network. Who are they? When and where did they start CANIE? Why climate change? The conversation continues to the growing international education community's interest towards climate action, and the network's vision, plans, and challenges today and the future. Finally, we discuss the various ways our listeners can get involved with CANIE.
52:41
December 18, 2020
Getting Real about Climate Change - Ep1
In the inaugural episode of the CANIE Climate Dialogues, CANIE Co-Founder Ailsa Lamont pops in to talk about the recent International Education Climate Action Summit [Europe] and what's next for our grassroots organization. Then we kick off our dialogue with Linh Do, a Climate Reality Leader and all-around impressive climate communication expert from Australia, to discuss what we’re up against with the Climate Crisis. We get real about the Climate crisis but, in a surprise twist for the year 2020, the discussion turns hopeful!
54:06
November 24, 2020
CANIE Climate Dialogues - Trailer
International Education is both an important global force for good and a contributor to the climate emergency. Join CJ Tremblay as she discusses what's happening at the intersection of climate action and international education and speaks with administrators, researchers, policy makers, students, and more for solutions on transforming our industry. If you want to start affect change in the business of international education as we work towards a more carbon-conscious and emissions-neutral industry, then this podcast is for you.
02:10
November 11, 2020