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.
February 28th, 2019 | 45 mins 20 secs
abc, audio features, bbc, climate change, gretchen miller, radio, rescuers, rn, storytelling, sustainability, the silent forest, trees ive loved
In her first episode of Climactic, host Georgia Sheil interviews Gretchen Miller, a twenty year ABC radio feature creator, audio artist, and Climactic's own special advisor. Hear beautiful excerpts of Gretchen's work for the ABC, RN, and BBC, and her perspective on how to make change, and how to live well in the time of climate change.