The UVSP started a podcast in February called Sustainabili-Tea-Time!
We have three episodes so far: Sustainable Fashion Part 1 (with co-hosts Ellie, Sarah, and Kate, and edited by Emma-Jane), Sustainable Fashion Part 2, and A Conversation on Divestment at UVic featuring UVSS's Director of Campaigns and Community Relations, Emily Lowan (with co-hosts Emma-Jane and Maya, and edited by Emma-Jane)!
All episodes are on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.
Click the links below to listen to the episodes through Spotify:
We will be releasing a podcast with Canadian politician, Elizabeth May, on how governance tie into sustainability, and a podcast on wellness during online school. We will also be recording a podcast on how food ties into sustainability!
Message us on social media if you want to be featured on or collaborate on a future podcast episode!
MARCH MOVIE NIGHT ON MARCH 13th
We will be hosting a screening of the Indigenous film Fractured Land.
"With some of the world's largest fracking operations on his territory, a young indigenous leader and lawyer confronts the fractures within his community and himself as he struggles to reconcile traditional teachings with the law to protect the land."
Screening details will be posted on our socials near the event date.
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR UVSP
The UVSP is looking for a few great charities and organizations to donate to! DM us on FaceBook or Instagram any charities/organizations that you would love to see us support!
UVSP'S MARCH FAVOURITES
We asked our board members and work studies to share with us their favourite sustainability-related educational resources. Here are some of their faves:
Rowan's Current Faves:
Rowan has been loving Brightly.eco, a platform for conscious consumers to learn about how they can make eco-friendly choices in their day-to-day! They also have a podcast called "Good Together: Ethical, Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Living"
Ellie's Current Faves:
Ellie has been partaking in Microplastic Week, a week long event hosted by Sustainibabe on FaceBook and Instagram. There are events everyday from March 1st to March 7th. Click here for their website to learn more!