Dec. 24, 2019

#climatepodcase | All The Best — #1944 OUR HOUSE IS ON FIRE

#climatepodcase | All The Best — #1944 OUR HOUSE IS ON FIRE

This episode is a part of the first annual Climate Podcast Showcase, for more information on this visit, and for more information on this show please visit All The Best.

What Democracy Looks Like by Ryan Pemberton
In September, 4 million protesters gathered to demand action on climate change. A few weeks later, Extinction Rebellion staged a global act of civil disobedience. Who are the organisers of the movement? And what impact are the protests having?

Producer: Ryan Pemberton

Supervising producer: Zacha Rosen

Music: ‘Our Digital Compass’ by Blue Dot Sessions, ‘Copley Beat’ by Blue Dot Sessions, ‘Waterbourne’ by Blue Dot Sessions, ‘Saver’ by Podington Bear

Off-Off-Grid by Alice Allen
Some things aren’t easy to broadcast – to your nearest and dearest, or to the general public. Michael Mobbs shares how he became “The Off-Grid Guy”, and why he’s giving up the home that helped him make his name.

Note: Michael Mobbs mentions that 60-80% of food production depends on bees. Around 75% of crops benefit from pollination from bees, but don’t neccessarily depend on it.

Producer: Alice Allen

Supervising producer: Ryan Pemberton

All The Best credits:
Executive Producer: Ryan Pemberton

Victorian State Coordinator: Jordan Fennell

Episode Mix and Compile: Ryan Pemberton

Host: Maddy Macquine

Community Coordinators: Chloe Gillespie and Danni Stewart

SYN Community Coordinator: Lee Robinson

Social Media Producer: Matilda Fay

Image: Kym Chapple

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