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.
June 1st, 2019 | 50 mins 34 secs
burnout, chronic fatigue, climate change, fatigue, psychology, self care, sustainability
This week Bronwyn interviews facilitator, artist, and musician Matt Wicking.
May 28th, 2019 | 40 mins 17 secs
almonds, climarte, climate bites, climate change, drought, milk alternatives, recycled water, ripparian, singapore, sustainability, target150, water
The first 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, water.
May 25th, 2019 | 43 mins 19 secs
agenda, auspol, city council, climate change, direct action, extinction rebellion, inner west sydney, local council, politics, sustainability, sydney
Museums & Activism: Slaying the zombie myth of institutional neutrality — ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2019 Keynote
May 18th, 2019 | 1 hr 1 min
arts, climarte, climate change, culture, festival, houston, humanities, moma, museum, museums, smithsonian, sustainability, tate, trump
This is the adaptation for the Climactic podcast of the first keynote of Climarte's Art + Climate = Change Festival.
May 11th, 2019 | 50 mins 59 secs
acrylic, art, artist, ballarat, clean energy, climate change, oil, painting, regional, renewable energy, sustainability, victoria, wind, wind turbine, windfarm, windmill
Maxine interviews regional Victorian painter Mairin Briody, about her beautiful works, and her outlook of finding positivity in the time of climate change.
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.
April 27th, 2019 | 51 mins 7 secs
#fridaysforfuture, #ss4c, auspol, australian elections, australian politics, aycc, climate change, climate crisis, climate emergency, getup, greta thunberg, parents for climate action, school strike for climate, stop adani, sustainability
Look back on the March 15th School Strike for Climate by hearing what happened in Melbourne on the day, then hear what the reaction and actions have been since the strike, and why the imminent Australian election is vital in the fight for climate action.
April 20th, 2019 | 44 mins 31 secs
animals, birds, budgies, climate change, extinction, josh cox, lizards, mass extinction, reptile encounters, reptiles, sixth extinction, snakes, sustainability
Mark has a chat with animal educator and mobile zoo operator Josh Cox, about his passion for maligned animals, educating kids about habitat loss and climate change, and creating better humans.
April 14th, 2019 | 40 mins
blue-billed ducks, climate change, dandenong creek, first friends of dandenong creek, greening knox, lake knox, sustainability
Lake Knox is a deep-water lake in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, and is the habitat of an endangered species. The community is trying to stop development plans for the lake site, and in this episode you'll learn what they are trying, why it's important, and hopefully learn some lessons about how you can take action yourself in your own area.