June 4th, 2019 | 52 mins 2 secs
bruce pascoe, charles massy, climate change, compost, dark emu, farming, food, land rights, permaculture, sustainability, waste, water rights
The second of a four-part series, recorded at the Living Pavilion, University of Melbourne. Climate Bites are lunchtime panels with experts where audience members are welcome to engage on a particular topic. In this episode, food.
May 4th, 2019 | 41 mins 39 secs
act, activism, africa, australian politics, canberra, climate change, climate election, ghana, grassroots, mattlawie, my extremely long walk, nigeria, permaculture, petition, rain, rainfall, shannon loughnane, sustainability, un, west africa
Hear from Shannon as he walks from Melbourne to Canberra to deliver the message to the Australian Parliament that far greater action is needed on climate change. Mark interviews a permaculture farmer and community educator in the Volta Region of Ghana, West Africa, Matthew Onyeanula.
November 29th, 2018 | 42 mins 42 secs
climate change, climate crisis, climate emergency, grassroots, local media, media, newspapers, permaculture, sustainability, the big fix
Rich talks to Lis Bastian, founder of community media organisation The Big Fix, about using media for good, and living purposefully, both in the face of serious illness, and in facing the biggest issues threatening our communities.
June 28th, 2018 | 44 mins 47 secs
climate change, permaculture, sustainability
This week Rich talks to Fiona Rossiter, cafe owner, business woman, author, registered nurse, mother of eight and former councillor in the Central West city of Orange, NSW. Fiona tells her own history in running Orange’s iconic Bissy’s Cafe with husband Paul; how they “discovered” permaculture and how they now apply it their businesses, family life and even mode of thinking.