April 11th, 2019 | 31 mins 44 secs
act, activism, australian politics, canberra, climate change, climate election, grassroots, my extremely long walk, petition, shannon loughnane, sustainability
Shannon is a young man who'd had enough with Australia's lack of action on climate change, and has made the decision to walk up to the counter to complain. And by counter, we mean the capital. And by walk, we mean walk. 700 kilometers.
April 4th, 2019 | 1 hr 3 mins
climate change, electric cars, elon musk, ev, fully charged, plug me in, sustainability, tesla, top gear, wiebe wakker
Climactic celebrates it's half-century with a fun, fascinating chat with Wiebe, a young man from the Netherlands who travelled through thirty-three countries in a decade-old electric car, using only the generousity of others.
March 28th, 2019 | 45 mins 29 secs
burnout, climate change, fatigue, holly hammond, mental health, overwhelm, plan to thrive, plan to win, sustainability
Bronwyn talks to Holly Hammond, and of course the conversation turns to self-care, but this time Bronwyn is able to learn from a self-care expert, and self-described "care bear" of the activist community.
March 25th, 2019 | 49 mins 4 secs
al gore, brisbane, climate change, climate reality, climate reality project, sustainability
The Climate Reality Project Australia and Al Gore are headed to Brisbane to train people like you, yes you, in the Climactic community, to #LeadOnClimate.
March 21st, 2019 | 39 mins 41 secs
auspol, australian greens, climate change, greens, personal sustainability, politics, richard di natale, stop adani, sustainability, systems thinking
This episode sees Mark sit down with the leader of the Australian Greens Party, Doctor Richard di Natale, in his office, to talk about how he is facing the climate crisis personally and politically.
March 13th, 2019 | 41 mins 10 secs
#fridaysforfuture, #ss4c, aycc, climate change, climate crisis, climate emergency, getup, greta thunberg, parents for climate action, school strike for climate, stop adani, sustainability
Friday, the 15th of March, 2019, will see 50 school strikes across Australia, and many more across 78 countries. They're shaping up to be the largest united protests in history. So, in this special we hear from the organizers of these historic strikes, and from the wider community about what these strikes mean.
March 7th, 2019 | 45 mins 26 secs
climate change, geelong, recycling, small business, social license, sustainability, the sustainable hour
This episode is a great chat with a Geelong businesswoman, Jackie Matthews, who's business Scrap Solutions is confronting the recycling crisis head-on. Learn more about how the world of recycling works, at this vital time where we need a fix to how we treat waste.
March 5th, 2019 | 14 mins 8 secs
climate change, damien cole, equinor, fight for the bight, oil drilling, oil rig, patagonia, surfrider, sustainability
Norway's state oil company Equinor has the greenlight to drill in the Great Australian Bight, in some of the world's roughest seas, and at extreme depths. The locals and lovers of the Australian coast have said no, and sent strong messages of their disapproval with events all over the country. Here's an on the ground report from the Paddle Out at Torquay.
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.
February 21st, 2019 | 43 mins 4 secs
climate change, climate grief, kooyong, letter writing, lighter footprints, psychology for a safe climate, self care, sustainability, victoria, victorian politics
New member of the Climactic Collective, Bronwyn Gresham, brings us this week's episode. An interview with Carolyn Ingvarson, founder of influential Melbourne residents group Lighter Footprints, on how the group came about, her approach to leadership, activism, and the climate crisis, and valuable lessons for other groups on how to be effective.