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Roots of Resilience Episode 2: Struggle and Hope

Roots of Resilience Episode 2: Struggle and Hope


In this episode of Roots of Resilience, we hear that not only is change possible, but it is already happening.

We speak with activists in Brazil and Uganda on the resistance to false solutions such as carbon capture projects and the negative impacts they impose on communities, particularly women in all their diversities.

As well as first-hand information on the destructive nature of these projects, we also hear inspiring stories from the ground on paths to resistance and an equitable, just, and sustainable future for all.



Tune in to listen, and please share widely amongst your networks #RootsOfResilience

Available now on the following platforms and more…


Spotify              Podbean            Buzzsprout          Deezer




Transcripts: English | Spanish | French



Chithira Vijayakumar, host, co-producer

Coraina de la Plaza, co-producer

Ismail Wolff, editor, co-producer

Cover Art: Ismail Wolff


  • Maureen Santos, Federation of Organizations for Social and Educational Assistance (FASE), Brazil
  • David Kureeba, Friends of the Earth International, Uganda

Audio credits:

‘Black Catbird’ by the Garifuna Collective

Licensor: Stonetree Records

Link & creative Commons license details: 

Release date:

16 August 2023

16 Aug, 2023
Posted in Podcasts