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Climate Walk, Climate Talk

Climate Walk, Climate Talk

By Wanderers of Changing Worlds

This podcast is part of and accompanies the Climate Walk project, organised by the "Wanderers of Changing Worlds". With this podcast, we share voices from along the way; voices, that remain often unheard, about how people perceive climate change and changing climates, to show that it affects everyone of us. We also discuss topics surrounding climate change and conflicts in an everyday context.
Find out more about the Climate Walk on: www.climatewalk.eu .
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#0 Willkommen zum Climate Walk

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#5 Energy, Reindeers and the North
#5 Energy, Reindeers and the North
While the Climate Walk team spends several months hiking through Norway, they have encountered few people, many reindeers and occasionally a bear or a moose. With the people living in the most Northern parts of the Scandinavian peninsula, our Wanderers talked about changing weather conditions, expanding energy industries and what that means for their lives. They shared these impressions with us and we share their voices with you. Timeline: 00:00 teaser + Intro Song 02:18 Welcome 04:12 the Wanderers’ experiences in the first weeks of hiking in Norway 09:03 changing weather conditions 15:17 consequences for reindeer herding 18:44 contribution versus effects on climate change in the North & traditional livelihoods 25:31 land use & energy industry 28:22 Alta controversy 31:29 wind energy 34:57 profits versus consequences 38:49 green colonialism 43:42 human rights reputation & indigenous rights 46:13 emotions about climate change 52:27 mining in Gâllok 55:02 about Sámi music and Yoiking 57:03 music as activism: demonstration song against mining — “Bures Boahtin Sápmái / Välkommen Till Sameland” by Max Mackhé
01:03:23
August 08, 2022
#4 Starting Point
#4 Starting Point
The European Climate Walk is on its way, and we reflect at this starting point on what we will do in the next few months: as a project, but also what is ahead for this podcast. We hear how the first hikers have prepared themselves for their journey in Northern Norway and talk with Gabriel Baunach from Climaware about the role of science communication in times of the Climate Crisis. Finally, we listen to the band Krafetzka and their song “No Planet B”. Podcast timeline: 0:00 Teaser 1:40 Wanderers Song 3:12 Introduction 5:34 Markus & Anna on their way to the North Cape 9:25 Interview with Gabriel Baunach about Science Communication 36:00 Follow-up talk 40:44 Krafetzka If you have comments, questions, suggestions or if you want to hike with us across Europe, let us know through our Social Media contacts or our website. The discussion around science communication, especially in the face of the Climate Crisis, is way more extensive than we could cover in our podcast. Therefore, we listed some other podcasts we can recommend, that deal with this topic in more length and depth, if you are interested in hearing more (the ones on the list are in German): Climaware — Klima Wissen Wandel (Gabriel Baunach, One Pod Wonder) 1,5 Grad — der Klima-Podcast mit Luisa Neubauer (Spotify & Luisa Neubauer) POD STEH UNS BEI (STUDIO BUMMENS & K2H) Alles Gesagt? vom 23.07.2020 “Mai The Nguyen-Kim, rettet Wissenschaft die Welt?” (ZEIT ONLINE) If you have more recommendations of good podcasts about this topic, especially in other languages, let us know and we will list them here! Since the message from Krafetzka in the episode is spoken in German, we have an English transcript here: Hey lovely people, whether you are out hiking or listening from home: I'm Annie from Krafetzka and we're really happy to be here today and think it's very important to put in our two cents and make our contribution. Maybe you can hear a nice storm raging in the background and that fits frighteningly well with the fact that we are just about to share our frightening and formative experiences of nature within the band. Quite a lot came up and together and we came up with some situations quite directly. Something like the blooming meadows from childhood, now dried out and almost without insects, or seeing the former childhood and home forest now cleared. I would like to tell you a bit more about how our song “No planet B” came about. It was in March 2018, I think on a Thursday, when we were invited by the local Fridays for Future group in Witten to play at the demo the next day. Afterwards it was clear, that we had to come up with a suitable song somehow and then “No Planet B” came into being, in a very nice night and fog action. I would like to share a quote from a song by another band that fits the theme: "Music alone may not be a solution, but it is a thorn in the ear. And so, with our music we somehow try to contribute, to change something, we try to point out issues and we try to give the people who are working on solutions maybe at least one or two liberating dance evenings. We know that writing songs, making music, and talking talking talking alone is of course not enough but, hey people, we also know we can change something. We can change something now and we can change it together and we are conscious and strong together and we hold ourselves strong. We go this way together with you and we want to infect as many people as possible with it.
48:41
June 08, 2022
#3 We're coming home: Austria
#3 We're coming home: Austria
Der Austria Walk ist zu Ende und wir unterhalten uns mit den Wanderers über die Höhen und Tiefen des Weges, das Heimkommen, das Lernen unterwegs, die Unterschiede von Landschaften und Menschen, Hoffnung, und die Vorbereitung für den European Climate Walk… Zum Schluss begleitet von dem Lied “Trees for the Wood” von Manu Delago.
39:18
November 14, 2021
#2 Was hat der Klimawandel mit Tourismus zu tun?
#2 Was hat der Klimawandel mit Tourismus zu tun?
Was in dieser zweiten Folge passiert: Wir unterhalten uns über Ihre und unsere Arten zu reisen, werfen einen Blick auf das beliebte Reiseziel Alpen und die Veränderungen und Probleme denen sie ins Auge blicken, wir sprechen mit Christian Baumgartner über nachhaltige Tourismusformen und wir hören Musik von der Band Nelio. Weitere Informationen und unsere Kontakte unter: https://www.climatewalk.eu/ .
01:09:16
September 03, 2021
Wanderers of Changing Worlds - The Song
Wanderers of Changing Worlds - The Song
This Bonus Episode introduces to you our title track for the Climate Walk. Enjoy listening, sing along, play it, copy it, feel it!
03:26
August 10, 2021
#1 We’re walking (and eating)!
#1 We’re walking (and eating)!
Der Geh’n ma Austria Walk ist nun endlich gestartet. In der ersten Episode von Climate Walk, Climate Talk möchte Nina alles zum Thema Ernährung wissen: Bio? Oder doch lieber regional? Vegetarisch? Vegan? Was kommt bei Greta auf den Tisch? Denn die wandert mit Anna und Martin aus dem Kernteam durch Vorarlberg und Tirol und hat dabei Menschen am Weg zum Thema Ernährung und Klimawandel befragt und dann auch noch gleich zwei ExpertInnen zum Thema interviewt: Hannah-Heidi Schindler vom WWF Österreich und Prof. Markus Schermer der Uni Innsbruck. Dazu hören wir Musik der Band Souldja. Hinweise: wir nennen verschiedene Produkte und Marken in diesem Podcast— das ist keine Werbung, sondern Teil der Diskussionen. This podcast has been produced with the financial support of the European Union and the Eat4Change Project. The opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union.
01:07:03
July 19, 2021
#0 Willkommen zum Climate Walk
#0 Willkommen zum Climate Walk
Let's talk about the Climate! In dieser Vorstellungs-Episode stellen wir das Climate Walk Projekt vor und unterhalten uns mit zwei Kernteammitgliedern, Julia und Martin darüber, wie Umwelt und Konflikte in Zusammenhang stehen, wie die Ideen zum Climate Walk entstanden sind und über die Pläne für die "Geh'ma, Austria"  Wanderung durch Österreich im Sommer 2021.
54:25
June 22, 2021