POPULAR MEDIA AND PODCASTS
Articles in popular media are publications published through sources within mass media with the general public as the intended audience.
Interviews, including podcasts, are recorded exchanges where the host draws on the knowledge of the interviewees expertise within a given theme or topic through conversation.
Gustavsson M. (2021, April 28). Mot en rettferdig og bærekraftig blå økonomi? [Towards an equitable and sustainable Blue Economy?] Nationen. Faglig Snakka. Norwegian rural national newspaper. https://www.nationen.no/motkultur/faglig-snakka/en-rettferdig-og-baerekraftig-bla-okonomi
Searle, Aimee. APC’s 24th Annual Fisheries Conference & Awards Banquet and Ceremony. Mi’maq Maliseet Nations News. https://www.mmnn.ca/2023/03/apcs-24th-annual-fisheries-conference-awards-banquet-and-ceremony/
Slawinski, N. & Smith, W. (2020, May 26). Fogo Island shows how social enterprises can help rebuild communities post-coronavirus. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/fogo-island-shows-how-social-enterprises-can-help-rebuild-communities-post-coronavirus-138182
Slawinski, N. & Cranston, J. (2020, April 30). The role of social enterprise in a post-pandemic N.L. The Gazette. https://gazette.mun.ca/campus-and-community/well-positioned/
Smith, W. & Slawinski, N. (2020, April 16). What can the COVID-19 crisis teach us about the importance of geographical communities to enable human connection? Responsible Research in Business and Management. https://www.rrbm.network/what-can-the-covid-19-crisis-teach-us-about-the-importance-of-geographical-communities-to-enable-human-connectionwendy-smith-natalie-slawinski
Broadcast and Podcasts
Aastrup, M.L & Pilgrim, R. (2022, October 23). PLACE Dialogues in Norris Point [Radio Interview]. Voice of Bonne Bay.
Best, A. (2022, August 26). Radio interview with David Lane & participants of Gros Morne Puppet Workshop and Residency. Voice of Bonne Bay.
Bradshaw, D. (2021, July 8). Corner Brook gallery hosts unique art exhibition. [Video Broadcast; Marc Losier, Alli Johnston & Emily Anderson]. NTV News. http://ntv.ca/corner-brook-gallery-hosts-unique-art-exhibition/
CBC (2021, August 2). Interview on Here & Now with Marc Losier & Candace Roberts Curlew about Picturing Community exhibition. CBC Here & Now. https://youtu.be/SQ3idG-mTuM [Video Broadcast; segment starts at 10:45minutes]
Crocker, D. (2021, August 1). Long-term care residents featured in outdoor photo exhibit in Corner Brook. [Text; Marc Losier]. CBC. https://www.saltwire.com/atlantic-canada/news/long-term-care-residents-featured-in-outdoor-photo-exhibit-in-corner-brook-100618812/
Furst, B. (2021, December 12). How a St. John’s willow tree sparked an exploration of urban forests, and personal histories. [Text; Carissa Brown]. CBC. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/under-the-willow-tree-bojan-furst-atlantic-voice-1.6263988
Grudić, J. (2021, August 8). How a student photography project brought a community lens to long-term care. [Text; Marc Losier]. CBC. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/picturing-community-corner-brook-1.6127242
Hillier, Bernice. (2022, October 14). The PLACE Dialogues in Norris Point, Part 1. [Radio Interview; Natalie Slawinski]. CBC Newfoundland Morning https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-210-cbc-newfoundland-morning
Hillier, Bernice. (2022, October 14). The PLACE Dialogues in Norris Point, Part 2. [Radio Interview; Joan Cranston]. CBC Newfoundland Morning https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-210-cbc-newfoundland-morning/clip/15942403-more-chance-yarn.-well-hear-the-place-dialogues
Holmes, K. (2022, September 28). MUN Climatologist on the devastation Fiona has left behind. [Broadcast and Text; Joel Finnis]. CBC St. John’s Morning Show. https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-56-st-johns-morning-show/clip/15939201-mun-climatologist-devastation-fiona-left-behind
Jackson, P. (2022, September 27) ’Record-breaking’ post-tropical storm Fiona should be a wake-up call for action, climatologists say. [Text; Joel Finnis]. Saltwire News. https://www.saltwire.com/atlantic-canada/news/hurricane-fiona-should-be-a-wakeup-call-for-action-climatologists-say-100777021/
Knott, C. (Host). Thinking through fishy feminisms with Dr. Madeleine Gustavsson (Episode 1). [Audio Podcast Episode]. Fishy Feminisms.
Knott, C. (Host). Insights on the past and the future of fishy feminisms with Dr. Barbara Neis (Episode 2). [Audio Podcast Episode]. Fishy Feminisms.
Knott, C. (Host). Fish, feminisms, and equity & justice on the ground with activist Kerri Neil (Episode 3). [Audio Podcast Episode]. Fishy Feminisms.
Knott, C. (Host). Fishing, feminism, & community with Kimberly Orren (Episode 4). [Audio Podcast Episode]. Fishy Feminisms.
Knott, C. (Host). Feminism & Human relationships with the sea - Annet Pauwelussen (Episode 5). [Audio Podcast Episode]. Fishy Feminisms.
Knott, C. (Host). Feminism and Ocean Governance in the Arctic - Tahnee Prior (Episode 6) [Audio Podcast Episode]. Fishy Feminisms.
Knott, C. (Host). Feminism, Environmental & Climate Justice, & the Law with Sara Seck (Episode 7) [Audio Podcast Episode]. Fishy Feminisms. https://www.fishyfeminist.com/podcast
Knott, C. (Host). Indigenous Feminism and the Sea with Sherry Pictou (Episode 8) [Audio Podcast Episode]. Fishy Feminisms. https://www.fishyfeminist.com/podcast
Mullin, M. (2022, July 21). NL is getting hotter. As Europe bakes, experts paint a picture of climate change at home. [Text; Joel Finnis]. CBC NL News. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/nl-hot-summer-climate-1.6526560
Roberts, D. (2022, August 15). Climate change impacts at the fore for south coast communities after central Newfoundland fires [Text; Joel Finnis]. CBC NL News. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/st-albans-miawpukek-climate-change-1.6550001
Roberts, D. (2021, October 16). Expo aims to help newcomers feel at home in St. John’s. [Text; Julia Christensen & Siyi Zhou]. CBC. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/st-johns-expo-newcomers-1.6213318
Sharvendiran, R. (2022, January 13). Urban forests. [Radio Interview; Erin Pearson]. CBC. https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-56-st-johns-morning-show/clip/15888867-urban-forests
Sharvendiran, R. (2021, October). Housing experiences of immigrants, refugees, and temporary residents living in Newfoundland and Labrador. [Radio Interview; Yolande Pottie-Sherman] St. John’s Morning Show.
Smellie, S. (2022, August 11). Newfoundland wildfires could be a sign of what climate change has in store for the province. [Text; Joel Finnis]. Toronto Star. https://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2022/08/11/newfoundland-wildfires-could-be-sign-of-what-climate-change-has-in-store-for-province.html
In February 2021, CBC Halifax’s Information Morning and CBC PEI contacted FOCI WP6 for radio interviews on the Perceptions of Environmental Change survey. Dr. Karen Foster was interviewed to introduce and promote the Perceptions of Environment Change survey.
Natalie Slawinski, Community leaders were in Norris Point this past October 2022 for a conference, The PLACE Dialogues. The topic of discussion; what makes strong, resilient communities in Newfoundland and Labrador. (On location in Norris Point) Learning about what makes communities survive, AND thrive. Academic research is focusing on the resilience of communities here in Newfoundland and Labrador | CBC Newfoundland Morning with Bernice Hillier, Martin Jones | Live Radio | CBC Listen
Natalie Slawinski, Community leaders were in Norris Point this past October 2023 for a conference, The PLACE Dialogues. The topic of discussion; what makes strong, resilient communities in Newfoundland and Labrador. (On location in St. Anthony)
Joan Cranston, With increased visitation to Norris Point, community leaders and social entrepreneurs came together this past October 2022 to share and discuss experiences, lessons learned and moving forward. More than just a chance to have a yarn. We'll hear what "The Place Dialogues" conference in Norris Point is all about, and what community leaders and social entrepreneurs will be doing over the next few days | CBC Newfoundland Morning with Bernice Hillier, Martin Jones | Live Radio | CBC Listen
Stokes, C. (2022, July). To hot? NL might have to get used to it. [Interview; Joel Finnis]. CBC NL News. https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/2055407683536
Thompson, S. (Host) Designing Safer Maritime and Coastal Infrastructures for Atlantic Canada with Doctoral Candidate Khaled Helal (Episode 5). [Audio Podcast Episode]. FOCI Podcast Series.
Thompson, S. (Host) Foresighting Sustainable Coastal Infrastructures and Collaborating with Communities in Newfoundland with Dr. Umme Kulsum (Episode 4). [Audio Podcast Episode]. FOCI Podcast Series.
Graham (Thompson), L. (Host) Knowledge Mobilization and Transdisciplinary Research with Interdisciplinary PhD Candidate and FOCI Knowledge Mobilization Coordinator (Episode 3). [Audio Podcast Episode]. FOCI Podcast Series.
Thompson, S. (Host) Climate Change in Atlantic Canada and the Arts: Melody and the Fishes with playwright with Sharon King-Campbell (Episode 2). [Audio Podcast Episode]. FOCI Podcast Series.
Thompson, S. (Host) Newfoundland: Outport Infrastructure and Architecture in the Face of Changing Climate with Dr. Robert Mellin (Episode 1). [Audio Podcast Episode]. FOCI Podcast Series.
VOCM (2022, July 21). European heat waves becoming more frequent due to climate change says MUN climatologist. [Radio Interview; Joel Finnis]. https://vocm.com/2022/07/21/european-heat-waves-becoming-more-frequent-due-to-climate-change-says-mun-climatologist/
VOCM (2022, September 28). MUN Climatologist says storm should force discussion on climate change. [Radio Interview; Joel Finnis]. VOCM Radio. https://vocm.com/2022/09/28/mun-climatologist-says-storm-should-force-discussion-on-climate-change/
Wilhelm, H. (2022, January 28). Blowing a gale: Two NL geographers on provincial wind records and what they tell us. CBC [Broadcast and Text; Joel Finnis]. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/nl-geographers-provincial-wind-records-1-6328075-1.6328075