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A show focused on recording speakers in and around Penticton. Our goal is to allow for a collective of people to record and contribute to this show. Potential events include book readings, artist talks, philosopher cafes and other interesting local speaking events.
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Episode 8 - Chris Turner - Meadowlark Festival 2015 Keynote Posted: June 26, 2015 - 29 minutes - 56.6 Mb -
Chris Turner is a well known journalist from Calgary, who for the past 10 years has specialized in covering sustainability. Chris has travelled all over the world seeking out ways that other jurisdictions have found to reduce their environmental footprints while maintaining a modern lifestyle. In this lecture he presents some of his discoveries: workable ideas about how societies can live using renewable energy.
Episode 7 - Frock Off: Living Undisguised Posted: April 1, 2014 - 59 minutes - 56.7 Mb -
This presentation, by author Jo Dibblee, was recorded at the 2014 "Women Front and Centre" luncheon, hosted by The South Okanagan Women in Need Society (SOWINS).
Episode 6 - Climate Change and the Water Cycle: Part 4 Posted: February 11, 2014 - 29 minutes - 27.8 Mb -
Robert Sanford discusses local and Provincial priorities to adapt to threats caused by climate change and answers a series of questions from the audience.
Episode 5 - Climate Change and the Water Cycle: Part 3 Posted: February 4, 2014 - 29 minutes - 27.8 Mb -
Robert Sanford discusses current and upcoming threats from predicted changes in the water cycle.
Episode 4 - Climate Change and the Water Cycle: Part 2 Posted: January 28, 2014 - 29 minutes - 27.8 Mb -
Scott Smith speaking on the effects of climate change and water in the Okanagan Valley and Robert Sanford begins his talk on the upcoming threats from changes in the water cycle.
Episode 3 - Climate Change and the Water Cycle: Part 1 Posted: January 7, 2014 - 29 minutes - 27.8 Mb -
Scott Smith speaking on the current landforms and hydrology of the Okanagan Valley.