In this episode, we chat with the architectural and engineering team from the LA CITÉ RÉSILIENTE project, including Jacob Komar, Principal Engineer with Revolve Engineering, Trina Larsen, Principal at Larsen Engineering, and Shafraaz Kaba Principal Architect with ASK for a Better World.
In this episode, we talk to the organizational team from the La Cité Résiliente: A Decade in Transition project, including research coordinator Danika Jorgensen-Skakum, intern and public outreach coordinator, Laurence Mailhiot, and Executive Director of La Cite Francophone, Daniel Cournoyer. To learn more about the La Cité Résiliente: A Decade in Transition project, visit: https://www.justpowers.ca/projects/la-cite/… Read more
This episode features a conversation with Charles Richmond, coordinator for Sierra Club Canada Foundation’s Edmonton chapter and champion of active civic engagement in good governance and empirically-based environmental advocacy in public life.
This episode features a conversation with Rocky Feroe, a retired physician and Board Director & Co-Founder of the Solar Power Investment Cooperative of Edmonton (SPICE).
This episode features a conversation with Cody Sharphead, archeologist and consultation co-ordinator with Enoch Cree Nation.
This episode features a conversation with Davide Dodge, environmental journalist, energy transition advocate, and host and producer of Green Energy Futures.
In the first episode of this series, Just Powers lead Dr. Sheena Wilson and producer Jessie Beier introduce the what, why and how of deep solarities.
This episode features a reading of Chapter 2 from Keller Easterling’s 2014 book Extrastatecraft: The Power of Infrastructure Space, published by Verso Books. In this book, Easterling offers an understanding of infrastructure as the hidden substrate — or binding medium — through which standards and ideas are shared between bodies. For Easterling, then, the notion… Read more
In this episode we read Ara Wilson’s article “The Infrastructure of Intimacy”, published by Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society in Winter 2016. Bringing together intimacy and infrastructure, this article explores the ways in which infrastructures are involved in social relations and, in many cases, shape the conditions for relational life. “This essay… Read more
In this episode we read Selena Savic and Stefanie Wuschitz’s article “Feminist Hackerspace as a Place of Infrastructure Production”, which was published in 2018 by Ada A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology (issue number 13). In this article, Savic and Wuschitz approach the question of infrastructure by taking a critical stand towards feminist… Read more