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L’Envers des Catastrophes est la version française du podcast Disasters: Deconstructed. C’est un podcast qui, à partir de plusieurs disciplines et perspectives, entend réfléchir aux causes profondes des catastrophes afin de mieux comprendre les moyens, approches, et enjeux visant à leur réduction. Dans chaque épisode, on reçoit un invité francophone qui développe des idées, critiques, analyses ou initiatives qui nous permettent d’explorer les concepts clés, ainsi que les enjeux sociaux, écon ...
 
Four NEW Episodes a week!!! Season One: My Mental Illness Journey Email peachperceptions@gmail.com to discuss if you have a mental illness and would be open to featuring via an interview followed by a discussion with me about your answers! A collection of what I wish someone told me, and stuff people tried to tell me ft my struggles with my mental illnesses. “Ashley’s Catastrophes” is a series of stories/commentary about a girl who’s learned a lot, and has a lot left to learn! If you’re ment ...
 
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Catastrophes are part of life, but many of the worst are the direct result of human error. Whether it’s poor planning, design flaws, or simply greed or hubris, we are often our own worst enemy. Join volcanologist Jess Phoenix as she explores the stories of natural disaster, failure, and calamity, and what we learn from our fascination with digging through the rubble.
 
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Pour ce dernier épisode de la saison, on a demandé à JC Gaillard, géographe et professeur à l’Université de Auckland en Nouvelle-Zélande, de venir nous parler de son dernier livre, dans lequel il questionne le concept même de ‘catastrophe’ ou plutôt le discours autour de ce terme et sa dimension normative et occidentalo-centrée. Avec lui, on a ains…
 
Dans ce septième épisode, on rencontre Mahmood Fayazi, un architecte, chercheur au Centre de Recherche et d'Innovation en Sécurité Civile du Québec (RISC) et professeur invité à l'Université de Montréal. Avec lui, on parle du concept de Résilience: on retrace son émergence, on aborde son articulation avec les concepts de vulnérabilité et de capacit…
 
Dans ce sixième épisode, on rencontre Annabelle Moatty, chercheuse en post-doctorat à l’Institut national de recherche pour l'agriculture, l’alimentation et l'environnement (INRAE). Avec elle, on parle du concept et de la phase de reconstruction post-catastrophe. On essaie de préciser comment et pourquoi cette phase diffère de celle de la réponse e…
 
Dans ce cinquième épisode, on rencontre Fernando Briones, anthropologue originaire du Mexique, actuellement adjoint de recherche à l’Université du Colorado à Boulder, aux Etats-Unis. Avec lui, on parle du concept et de la phase de réponse à une catastrophe. On s’appuie notamment sur son expérience de terrain pour aborder les problématiques associée…
 
Dans ce quatrième épisode, on rencontre Jake Rom D. Cadag, un géographe maître de conférences à l’Université des Philippines Diliman, et on aborde un concept qu’il connaît bien, celui de 'capacités'. Ensemble, on parle de l’émergence de ce concept et de son utilisation par les chercheurs, mais aussi par les praticiens et les ONGs. On lui demande de…
 
Dans ce troisième épisode, on rencontre Gonzalo Lizarralde, Professeur à l’École d’architecture de l’Université de Montréal. Avec lui, on parle du concept de vulnérabilité, de son émergence, de son importance dans le champ des études sur les catastrophes mais aussi de ses limites. On parle aussi des causes profondes des catastrophes et de la frustr…
 
Dans ce second épisode, on rencontre Christopher Gomez, géographe et professeur à l’Université de Kobé au Japon où il dirige actuellement le Laboratoire des sciences sur les risques sédimentaires (SABO). Avec lui, on parle du concept d’aléa, de sa dimension ‘naturelle’ et on aborde certains des enjeux de la collaboration entre chercheur.e.s issus d…
 
Dans ce premier épisode, on rencontre Sandrine Revet, anthropologue, directrice de recherche au Centre d’études et de recherches internationales (CERI) de Sciences Po Paris et co-fondatrice de l’Association pour la Recherche sur les Catastrophes et les Risques en Anthropologie (ARCRA). Ensemble, on prend le temps de déconstruire l’expression de ‘ca…
 
On September 18, 1998, in the early stages of Typhoon Gading, a Sulpicio Lines Ferry named Princess of the Orient approached Fortune Island in the Batangas province of the Philippines. On board were 338 souls bound for Cebu, 150 of them would never make it there. What unfolded would be a series of errors made by the captain, that would doom these p…
 
Status update on podcast and why I haven't posted a new episode. I will post notice on my Instagram @Channel_of_catastrophe when the latest episodes production is nearly complete. TLDL: I basically have been in full college mode and swamped with course work leaving little to no time to research and script write.…
 
Merry Christmas: In this Season 2 Finale, I go over the waterpark portion of Action Park, and its rides as well as the incidents that happened there. As well as (attempt to) defend the park from an enthusiasts POV. References: https://controlc.com/70c7f776
 
How do we evaluate if something rises up to a catastrophe? In this mini catastrophe, co-host Carlos Phoenix and Emilie Fournier explore computer security and threats to our global infrastructure. They explore the virus/worm Stuxnet and how the United States used it in cyber espionage and attack against Iran's nuclear enrichment plant Natanz. This o…
 
Sorry for the audio issues, part of the recording got corrupted four times during recording. I tried to fix it to the best I could but there are still some glitches, and janky transitions here and there... You have been warned. In part 2 I cover the Alpine Center including the Alpine Slide & Cannonball Loop, and some other bad ideas that sprung up …
 
Bambi and Arthur sit down with guest Softwire to talk about the good news about Canadian Thanksgiving. Indigenous people definitely don't have much to celebrate, but Canadians seem to be moving in the direction of taking action to fix that. Also, ALL HAIL THE CANADA GOOSE (and destroy any birds bigger than them). Discuss the Show at reddit.com/r/Ca…
 
How do we evaluate if something rises up to a catastrophe? This mini catastrophe explores rabies and whether its impact to humans and our pets rises to a level of catastrophe. In this mini catastrophe format, co-host Carlos Phoenix welcomes a new producer and co-host Emilie Fournier. The vaccine for Rabies has made this a non-issue for some regions…
 
After months of painstaking research, writing, and one case of corrupted recording audio, the first of my long teased Action Park episodes is finally here. Apologies for the poor audio quality, this was recorded in my mom's closet, and a bit of an echo developed. In this part I will be covering the founding of the park, and it's ski resort beginnin…
 
Cameron, Aaron, and Pseudo-Aaron watch what someone deemed an acceptable plot for a movie.Gary Oldman does some dorf nonsense instead of hiring an actual little person, usually leading to some fake doll legs while he hides in a couchThe Catastrophe Section
 
Jordan Romano is a relieving pitcher for the Toronto Blue Jays. Bambi is inspired by how human he is when preparing to play and while pitching. Discuss the Show at reddit.com/r/CatsNotPod Submit good news and satirical articles to catsnot@forestfriends.siteBambi and Friends
 
Hear the story from the family that is actively looking for her, the struggle to get help from their local police, and what you can do to help bring Ashley Morin Home Bring Ashley Morin Home Facebook Page Tipline Email Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers: 1-800-222-8477 Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers: Online form Tiki Laverdiere…
 
In the 37th podcast from CatastropheCast.com, we delve into the troubled history of the de Havilland Comet, and how the lessons learned from those crashes led to safer airplanes today, led to a better understanding of metal fatigue, and unwittingly gave rise to de Havilland's competitor, Boeing, taking the lead in jet airliners.…
 
Bambi and Archer discuss Crafting during their late-night recording. Archer is excited about the mental health effects of crafting and they both have input on their perspective of what crafting *is* and what that means for humans. Discuss the Show at reddit.com/r/CatsNotPod Submit good news and satirical articles to catsnot@forestfriends.site Find …
 
The Zoomers are okay and better at collective internet action than Millenials, apparently. Jagmeet Singh is the Best Canadian Politician™ and the hero we need. Discuss the Show at reddit.com/r/CatsNotPod Submit good news and satirical articles to catsnot@forestfriends.site Tulsa Rally has Low Attendance Nirvana (Album) Weezer Beastie Boys Tom Petty…
 
Since IDK how to create a different podcast on a new account I will post here. This is a roundup of offensive vehicle paint jobs in Forza Horizon 4. A bannable offense. I should know, I was banned for it once. Offenders in this episode are. Offensive Livery 1: MercedesMessers, Painter: Wolfarex, Reason: Pro Nazi. Offensive Livery 2: Jews, Painter: …
 
Bambi and Arthur come together to discuss protest and the ongoing push for police reform in North America. Discuss the Show at reddit.com/r/CatsNotPod Submit good news and satirical articles to catsnot@forestfriends.site Tweet at ArthurBambi and Friends
 
Bambi and Adair discuss the United Police States of America, some brief notes on COVID-19 and quarantine, time dilation, and the beautiful and definitely-not-planning-to-take-over-the-world country of Slovenia. Discuss the Show at reddit.com/r/CatsNotPod Submit good news and satirical articles to catsnot@forestfriends.site We aren't qualified to re…
 
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