Pamela Cook is an Author living on the South Coast of NSW. Her daughter, son in law and 2 year old grandson all live and work on her pr...
Pamela Cook is an Author living on the South Coast of NSW. Her daughter, son in law and 2 year old grandson all live and work on her property in Milton. The young family run their business out of that property, it is how they earn a living. Not anymore. This Christmas saw them lose that business and very nearly lose their home. The town of Milton is decimated, people have lost everything and they aren't out of the fire season yet. This is Pamela's story.
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Catastrophic is a dual podcast and political protest.
Catastrophic tells the tales of the Australian bushfires and calls for all-partisan political action around Climate Change. Each episode of Catastrophic features an Australian talking about their experience of living through the bushfire crisis, what their fears are now and for the future and what they would like to see done about it on a government level.
But it doesn’t end when the episode goes out. We at Listen Up Podcasting are taking every story we gather, every episode we release of the Catastrophic podcast and putting them together into one big audio file and sending it to ALL the politicians. The LNP, the ALP, The Greens, One Nation and all of the Independents - both state and federal goverment. We will also be alerting the media organisations every time the file goes out to keep the pollies honest.
These are our demands: They are the same demands people have been protesting about and calling for over the last few years:
No new coal, oil and gas projects, including the Adani mine and the Wallarah 2 coal project.
100% renewable energy generation & exports by 2030
Fund a just transition & job creation for all fossil-fuel workers & communities.
Hand over land conservation management to First Nations Australians
Start preserving our water and treating it as a precious resource not a commodity.
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