We are now living in the Age of Water. Water is the new “gold”, with individuals, corporations and countries positioning themselves around this precious resource. Water is changing everything. We cover anything of interest from breaking environmental news to evergreen material. This also includes human interest stories, readings of eco-literature, discussion of film and other media productions of interest.
We join award-winning Finnish author Emmi Itäranta in the UK, where she talks about her eco-fiction including The Memory of Water and how her childhood in Finland helped shape her own activism.
March 2020 Episode
Emmi Itaranta holds an MA in Drama from the university of Tampere, Finland, and worked as a columnist, theatre critic, scriptwriter after graduation. In 2007 she enrolled in a post-graduation program with the university of Kent where she began writing her debut novel, Memory of Water, nominated in 2014 for Philip K. Dick and Arthur C. Clarke awards. She also wrote a second novel called, The Weaver.
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