Chris joined host Rose Aguilar and Globe and Mail European bureau chief Eric Reguly to discuss the recent G7 Summit in France and the root causes of the fires in the Brazilian Amazon. You can listen here.
Chris joined Helen Mann on As It Happens, the CBC’s national current affairs newshour, to discuss the international reaction to the recent outbreak of fires in the Brazilian Amazon. You can listen here. (The segment begins at 26:00.)
Chris visited the World Affairs Council in San Francisco to discuss Brazil, Bolsonaro and the Amazon. Watch his conversation with Terry Vogt.
Chris spent an hour talking with Francesca Rheannon about The Third Bank of the River. “It’s a sweeping investigation of crime and corruption in the Amazon, all the more relevant now that the extreme right-wing politician Jair Bolsinaro has been elected President of Brazil. We originally spoke with Chris Arnold before the election, but were able to get a post-election update from him to add to the program.”
You can listen to the entire interview here.
Chris joined Rose Aguilar on KALW San Francisco's One Planet program to discuss some dark chapters in Brazilian (and Californian) history—and the darkness presently unfolding on the southern U.S. border. You can hear the full conversation here, or watch the video below.
Chris sat down with Jonathan Capehart to discuss The Third Bank of the River on Midday on WNYC.
"He takes a close look at the war over the Amazon River, as activists, locals and indigenous tribes struggle to save it from the threat of loggers, drug lords, and corrupt cops and politicians."