3.1 Conscious Lee: Otters & River Habitats

 

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Conscious Lee is a podcast to help people value and protect their rivers. This first episode explores otters in Cork rivers and discusses the importance of water habitats, and how we can respect them. It has contributions from Gill Weyman of Cork Nature Network, activist Chris Moody, Jude Sherry of Anois, and Cork city Councillor Lorna Bogue, see links below. It also uses Sustainable Development Goal 15, Life on land, to show the importance of rivers, waterways, wetlands, and lifestyle choices you can make to help address our climate and biodiversity crisis.

Conscious Lee is produced by students of Creativity and Change, a course in Munster Technical University’s Crawford College of Art & Design. Colette Mulholland, Ann Lambe, Flo Whitworth, and Richard Scrvien narrated, and the field recordings were made by artist Vicki Langan and Richard. It is released through Littoral Space, a podcast by Dr Richard Scriven. This work is shared under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International Licence.

Conscious Lee webpage: www.creativityandchange.ie/conscious-lee
Conscious Lee Instagram: www.instagram.com/consciousleecork

Cork Nature Network: corknaturenetwork.ie
SaveOurBrideOtters: saveourbrideotters.com
Anois: www.anois.org
Councillor Lorna Bogue: twitter.com/LornaBogue

Littoral Space webpage: liminalentwinings.com/littoral-space-podcast/
Twitter: twitter.com/LittoralSpace
Instagram: www.instagram.com/littoralspaces/
Dr Richard Scriven tweets at: twitter.com/RichardScrivGeo

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