Welcome to the Climate Justice Central Podcast

Welcome to the Climate Justice Central Podcast

The climate crisis touches all areas of our lives. It is the role of climate journalism to explain this crisis and to show the causes, consequences, and solutions. In this podcast, journalists from the Global South meet interviewees from the Global North. Together they address the most important question for journalists at the moment: How can critical journalism help tackle the climate crisis?
August 12, 2022
Gender and Climate Change – Meeting Shirin Choudhary
The Imperial Mode of Living – Meeting Markus Wissen
Centextualizing Degrowth – Meeting Nina Treu
Images of Climate Change – Meeting Birgit Schneider
Climate Justice Now – Meeting Katja Voigt
Reporting the Climate Crisis
No Easy Walk to Water in Harare
Energy Poverty in Zimbabwe: A Snapshot
A Passionate Case for Small-scale Farmer-led Seed Systems
Aïssatou Keita on COP: So Much Talk, So Little Progress
Drought clips wings of small-scale farmers in Tanzania
When the water came for us
No Beach No Livelihood: The Case of Cape Town
Stories from Cyclone Idai: An account of Pain and Recovery
 Visiting Africa’s First Certified Green School
‘Catching them young’: The story of teaching sustainability
Smart Agriculture Reduces Climate Change Vulnerability
Malawi youth demand to be heard as climate change bites
Cape Town smallholder farmers bet on agroecology to beat the effects of climate change
Using marine zooplankton to track climate change in Namibia
"Rich Nations Should Start Paying up for Loss and Damage"
Food Sovereignty Project Gives Hope to Drought Hit Namibia
Namibia's Punishing Drought
Dorah Marema: On Climate Change, we have to do more.
Consolidating Climate Change in Senegal
Fighting Climate Change in Casamance
Water Crisis in Hammanskraal
Adapt or Die
How the MV Wakashio Oilspill fuelled Popular Ecology in Mauritius
Community seek to bring order to their municipality
We have abundant sunshine, but it does not bring us any good - all it brings is famine
San Fight for Right to Indigenous Land in Namibia
UPM's Fight for the right to water in Makhanda
Confront neoliberalism with feminist climate justice approaches to end the climate crisis
Why Molepolole demand for water rapidly increases as supply dwindles
Wetlands Structure Demolitions: Much Behind the Smokescreen
No Fish, No Jobs
 Environmental activists in Zimbabwe’s capital city up in arms with authorities over an unsustainable solution to water problems
Coal-affected but also coal-dependent: Mpumalanga, the coal-mining hotspot
Time for an Agriculture Green New Deal in South Africa (Part two)
Time for an Agriculture Green New Deal in South Africa
The Solution for Namibia’s drought problems? Animals for Sale!
A catch 22 for Daveyton coal users and its effects on the environment
Temba Water Woes - People Can’t Drink Sludge
Climate Change and Human Interference: A Threat to Marine Life
Unchecked Poverty Worsens Climate Crisis
Warming temperatures not Rooibos farmer’s cup of tea
Tears Of Rain
Drought-resilient Crops: A Ray of Hope for Small-holder Farmers in Zimbabwe
Regenerative Agriculture: A Lifeline for Livestock Farming
Malawi’s dry spells - The tale of an “irreversible” curse
Sea level rise is destroying coastal communities in Senegal
Birth of the West African Climate Justice Movement
Cyclones in Mozambique – Blueprint for Climate Change
How Decentralized Solar Power Grids Empower Remote Areas
The role of rich, developed countries during an ecological crisis
"As long as people are trying to make money with food, hunger will still exist"
"Renewable energy can offer forms of employment that did not exist before"
The Intersectionality of Climate Activism
"Climate change is just a myth"
Cyclone Idai: A Wake Up Call from nature for Mozambique
Death toll shoots up as people and wildlife go thirsty in Hwange
Black gold, black lungs
A Parched Continent … but still no United Front against Climate Change
Drought pushing smallholders out of farming… and devastating cities too.