Dr. Lori Marino (Blackfish; The Sanctuary Project; The Kimmela Centre for Animal Advocacy) on seeking sanctuary, captive orcas (Corky, Lolita … Continue reading Dr. Lori Marino on Blackfish in Captivity
New online video project underlines the remarkable resurgence of the ocean-going canoe. Continue reading Sacred Journey video series celebrates the resurgence of the Indigenous canoe
BC’s farmed salmon are the only genetically modified animals for sale in Canada according to guest, Aube Giroux. Mark Leiren-Young … Continue reading BC fish farms and Frankenfish?
Canadian federal Green Party leader, Elizabeth May (@ElizabethMay), talks to Mark Leiren-Young about saving orcas and right whales; stopping Kinder … Continue reading Green Party Leader Elizabeth May talks Orcas, Right Whales & #Stopkm on Skaana Podcast
An Eco-Friendly Christmas Carol… Continue reading Eco-Christmas Tree!
The BC Sierra Club has been at the forefront of eco-activism for almost 50 years. Mark Leiren-Young talks to their campaigns director, Caitlyn Vernon, about protecting the whales, the oceans and her award-winning book about the Great Bear Rainforest. Continue reading Podcast: Caitlyn Vernon on the Great Bear Rainforest, the secret origin of Sierra Club BC & listening like an orca
Alexandra Morton (@alex4salmon) is one of Canada’s most famous eco-activists. The best-selling author’s fight to save the west coast’s wild … Continue reading Podcast: Alexandra Morton on wild salmon, sick salmon & the Sea Shepherd
When we set out to launch the Skaana podcast there were 83 Southern Resident orcas in the Salish Sea. Today … Continue reading Podcast: Orca Update: SOS & RIP Sonic
The BC Maritime Museum launched a new series of “Nautical Nights” with Skaana host, Mark Leiren-Young, talking about the secret origins of The Killer Whale Who Changed the World and his documentary The-Hundred-Year-Old Whale which premieres this month at Planet in Focus in Toronto. Continue reading Podcast: Moby Doll & Granny (The Hundred-Year-Old Whale)
Today Norway is one of only three whaling nations in the world, but the country’s whaling operations used to be worldwide. Dag Ingemar Børresen of Sandefjord’s Whaling Museum (Hvalfangstmuseet) on Norway’s whaling history and the market for Minke meat. Continue reading Podcast: Norway’s Whaling Ways: Sandefjord’s Whaling Museum (Hvalfangstmuseet)