Ella Plumanns Pouton is a teaching associate in Environmental Politics and Disaster Resilient Cities at the University of Melbourne. Her previous research includes the politics of carbon markets, environmental negotiations, and ecological research into the growth responses of temperate eucalypts to climate. Ella has previously worked in forest-safe paper certification, migrant support programs, and has conducted research for both non-for-profit and academia on a range of environmental issues, such as illegal logging, conservation indicators, and changes in global wilderness areas.
Ella cares about people and ‘the environment’!
September 13th, 2018 | 24 mins 47 secs
climate change, sustainability
This week Mark and Rich break down a recurring theme from our first 20 episodes. Is it enough to be personally sustainable? Or is it much more effective to put pressure on governments and systems to adapt to our new reality?