Environmentality Episode 1: Flying shame, elephant deaths and Karnataka's fast depleting forest reserves
In the first episode of Environmentality, we talk about four important topics -- elephant deaths in the country, how millennials are thinking about flying lesser, Karnataka's fast depleting forest reserves and a rare Javan Rhino spotted in Indonesia.
The Coronavirus pandemic has pushed humans into taking a break from their fast-paced lives and reflect on how much we've been damaging planet earth. The Millenials, thanks to activists such as Greta Thunberg, are more concerned about the impact humans have on the environment but that hasn't deterred policy-makers and politicians from wooing companies that continue to loot the planet in the 11th hour.
In the first episode of Environmentality, Asiaville's new podcast, we talk about four important topics -- elephant deaths in the country, how millennials are thinking about flying lesser, Karnataka's fast depleting forest reserves and a rare Javan Rhino spotted in Indonesia.
As mentioned in the episode, here are some articles and videos that will help you understand these issues better.
1) Elephant issue in Kerala: Where is the grey between black and white? The death of an elephant and one-sided narratives that followed
2) Why should we fly lesser: Is it Wrong to Fly? - Glad You Asked S1
3) Greta Thunberg's Flying Shame: The Spread Of Flight Shame In Europe—Is Greta Thunberg The Reason Why?
4) Karnata's battle to save the forests: How a Karnataka district is rapidly losing lush forest cover
5) Rare Javan Rhino spotted: Rare Javan Rhino captured on hidden camera in gleeful mudbath
About the podcast:
Environmentality is a weekly podcast by team Asiaville in a bid to increase awareness on various environmental issues plaguing the planet. Subscribe to Asiaville on Youtube, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook to not miss out on this weekly podcast. We would like you to tell us what you want in these episodes so that we can make the necessary changes going forward.