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Sept. 22, 2020

Rob Priestly brings good governance and an understanding of sustainab…

Rob Priestly (pictured) and his brother, Phil, have built a successful business around many things and one of them is sustainabil…

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Sept. 21, 2020

Sam Spinks explains why her election to Shepparton City council will …

Sam Spinks (pictured) felt fundamental values close to her heart had not been sufficiently explored by the City of Greater Sheppa…

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Sept. 19, 2020

Angus Taylor's 'tripe' makes me feel ill

Angus Taylor (pictured) is influential and yet ill-informed and the tripe he served up during a recent ABC radio interview with h…

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Sept. 16, 2020

Angela Frimberger talks about Veterinarians for Climate Action

Angela Frimberger (pictured) cares deeply about all aspects of the environment, particularly animals and is a founding board memb…

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Sept. 12, 2020

Professor Ian Lowe, who wants to leave this a better world, chats wit…

Professor Ian Lowe (pictured) has committed himself to do all he can to make this a better world.

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Sept. 9, 2020

Driven by the need to do something about the climate crisis, Juan Bej…

Juan Bejjani is an honourable fellow for so eager was he to do something about the climate crisis that he went and became a TEDx …

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Sept. 8, 2020

Mark Spencer talks about his 'baby' - the Climactic Collective

Mark Spencer (pictured at Melbourne's 2019 Sustainable Living Festival) convinced that collective action is essential if humanity…

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Sept. 6, 2020

Migrating Climate Conversations to the Climactic Collective

After nearly two years with the American-based Buzzsprout, I (Robert McLean - pictured) have elected to migrate Climate Conversat…

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Sept. 4, 2020

Paddy Manning tells real stories about real people in 'Body Count' to…

Concerned that the facts of climate change were alienating people and so distancing them from the real human tragedy of this exis…

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Aug. 29, 2020

Lauren Rickards dreams of us all being climate crisis researchers

Lauren Rickards (pictured) is the co-leader of the Climate Change Transformations research program for the Centre of Urban Resear…

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Aug. 26, 2020

Drawing a long-bow: considering the conflation of power and ideology

Barack Obama (pictured) discussed America but leads us to consider what is, or what isn't happening here in Australia.The former …

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Aug. 26, 2020

Will helps us understand Market Forces and what it is doing to combat…

Will van de Pol (pictured) joined Market Forces in 2015 with the aim of doing something positive for society and do what he could…

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Aug. 19, 2020

John Grimes talks about the Smart Energy Council and its 59th annual …

John Grimes (pictured), the Smart Energy Council's CEO, talks about the council and its annual Smart Energy Conference, the 59th …

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Aug. 17, 2020

Australia's Climate and Health Alliance celebrates its 10th birthday

The Melbourne-based, national climate organization, the Climate and Health Alliance (CAHA) is a decade old.A former nurse, who re…

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Aug. 15, 2020

Will, 13, has declared himself an environmentalist and talks with Cli…

Will Howe (pictured) has taken a new interest in the environment.At just 13, Will is in his first year of secondary studies on Qu…

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Aug. 14, 2020

Communications Professor considers the climate crisis and reporting

Matthew Ricketson (pictured) began his reporting career as a cadet journalist and is now the Professor of Communication at Deakin…

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Aug. 11, 2020

Rebecca Huntley: 'How to Talk About Climate Change in a Way That Make…

Rebecca Huntley (pictured), a Sydney-based social researcher, has written several books and her latest: "How to Talk About Climat…

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July 31, 2020

Eager to help farmers share their stories, Karin Stark organized Aust…

Serendipity led me to talk with Karin Stark (pictured with her daughter) about her, and her partner's endeavours to reduce the en…

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