Mark Spencer has hosted 73 episodes.
I love podcasting. I love this planet. Now I'm working on projects at the intersection of media and climate change.
Rich Bowden has hosted 25 episodes.
A freelance writer, podcaster, environmentalist and curious soul, Rich is always -- yes always -- willing to learn.
Maxine Bazeley has hosted 6 episodes.
Maxine has a professional background in recruitment and has volunteered on community radio for almost a decade. She walked the walk and left the city to live in Torquay, near Melbourne on the Surf Coast then quit her day job to pursue her goals of personal and environmental sustainability. She has recently taken on her most important role yet as a parent and is even more determined to keep up her volunteer roles with the Surf Coast Energy Group, Torquay Commerce Board and her local council’s Renewable Energy Taskforce. Her agency, Teal Collaborative aims to work with climate conscious clients and she will always be Climactic's favourite first guest. And, Climactic's first new interviewer to join the network!
Georgia Sheil has hosted 4 episodes.
As an engineering student I never felt very like my peers, so I latched onto the one thing I loved and was good at... food. Spending four years as a food blogger working in hospitality I learnt a lot about the food systems that sustain us. It was only when I realised that the challenges facing our food systems were so big, bigger than any person could solve in one lifetime, that I fell back on my degree and made the conscious choice to make change happen from the inside out. So I guess I’m a problem solving, food-styling, latte-sipping environmentalist doing what I can to turn the tides of change.
Goal with Climactic: Driven by an innate curiosity for the world and its complexity I want to connect with people who are helping to solve some of the most perplexing problems of our time. I envisage creating a citizen storytelling mini-series on farmer's stories of climate change, told in their own voice. I also intend on doing many interviews and would be open to attending/arranging live podcasting events for the show.
Areas of focus: Leadership, the true seat of power, the 4th Industrial Revolution, addressing poverty in the name of climate action and regenerative agriculture are all areas of interest that I will delve into.
Bronwyn Gresham has hosted 3 episodes.
Bronwyn comes to Climactic with a passion for sharing stories that highlight the diverse ways we are engaging with climate change, and exploring the ways we can make that engagement personally sustainable for us.
Clinical Psychologist by day, mum and partner by night, podcaster and everything else in between, she hopes to spread the word about what we all know to be true. To engage with climate change means feeling it. And feeling it, because it can feel painful, requires tender loving care. In technical terms: compassion. And then, as if climate change and feeling it weren’t enough, we also have to figure out what we can do! This journey ''of doing'' can be fraught with challenges, opportunities, frustrations and fruitful endeavours. Sometimes all in the one day. So, as a psychologist she became interested in how we can be resilient, connected and ultimately nourished in this work. Her episodes hope to give space to sharing some of the personal emotional challenges we face, as well as engaging the collective wisdom around self-care.
The General Assembly has hosted 14 episodes.
The General Assembly's music is a soundtrack for new landscapes. Rich, layered songs map the dark corners of our relationship with ourselves and the rest the of the living world. The band features Matt Wicking's evocative voice and powerful songs with a talented line-up of collaborators. More at www.generalassembly.com.au.
Simon Moore has hosted 1 episode.
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Reece Gray has hosted 1 episode.
Reece, one of Climactic’s editors, does a lot of this and that: environmental things, media things. His shifty little eyes belie a natural friendliness. His fingers are stubbier than you’d expect.