(411) The Death of Evidence

Katie Gibbs
Katie Gibbs

Katie Gibbs is one of the founding members of Evidence for Democracy, as well as one of the lead organizers for the 2012 action in Ottawa that saw thousands come out and support their call for a renewal of science and evidence based decision-making. Katie and others cry foul at what they and many other see as the muzzling of government scientists on a range of issues but particularly climate change, as well as politics and ideology taking over science and evidence as the main driver of public policy in this country. Katie joins our expert team of part-time correspondents this week, with her third overall appearance on the show!

Check them out here: evidencefordemocracy.ca

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Hayley Lapalme

Hayley Lapalme is the Project and Workshop Manager for My Sustainable Canada, a Canadian not-for-profit that works with companies, governments and consumer to help them make more sustainable purchases for the benefit of both the and the environment. Hayley was also part of the prestigious TEDxTalks, with her talk called “How I Fell in Love with Hospital Food” which you can check out here! Unfortunately due to technical problems we didn’t get do our full interview but I have promised her an opportunity to join us on our YouTube interviews so stay tuned for a repeat appearance!

You can find out more about them here: mysustainablecanada.org

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This weeks Music:

Ndidi Onukwulu – Horn Blower & Weight

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