Nov. 30, 2020
Federal Government Minister, Keith Pitt (pictured), along with his Ministerial compatriot, Angus Taylor, are mounting a personal campaign against me, it seems.
Nov. 28, 2020
Dr Oksana Tarasova (pictured) mentally transported me back about a decade today when she was interviewed by Julian Morrow on Radio National's Sunday Extra, and she used the image of a bathtub to illustrate how carbon dioxide continues to worsen Earth's climate crisis.
Nov. 27, 2020
Dr Lara Stevens (pictured) talks about feminism, or "feminisms", Val Plumwood and Mother Earth, and why it's not "Father Earth".
Nov. 26, 2020
Sydney's Willoughby City Council gave us all the chance to again hear the sounds of Music for a Warming World, even despite the restrictions of the Covid-19 crisis - the council gave us a special live online showing of the Melbourne-based band.
Nov. 24, 2020
One of those deeply involved with the climate change conversation at RMIT, Dr Lauren Rickards (pictured), was among the speakers at a recent webinar - "Education institutions in a changing climate: action, leadership and activism".
Nov. 22, 2020
Melbourne's David Spratt (pictured) took advantage of the city's Covid-19 lockdown to assemble the facts to produce the "Climate Reality Check 2020".
Nov. 18, 2020
Dr Joëlle Gergis (pictured) has adhered to her science but allowed emotion to intrude as she wrote a powerful and beautiful piece for The Guardian entitled "The great unravelling: I never thought I'd live to see the horror of planetary collapse".
Nov. 15, 2020
Jane Hunter (pictured) was one of the guests on a recent virtual event organized by the University of Queensland.
Nov. 12, 2020
Australia's Energy and Emissions Reductions Minister Angus Taylor (pictured) plays so fast and loose with the facts that he frequently ruins my early morning walks in that his attitude to facts and his gross deception of the Australian public leaves me actually feeling ill.
Nov. 10, 2020
Dr Joëlle Gergis (pictured) is another of those climate scientists unafraid to call-out those of insufficient character who are not prepared to address the climate crisis for what it is - profoundly difficult and challenging in the extreme.
Nov. 5, 2020
Kate Raworth (pictured) created the idea of "Doughnut Economics" and was one of the early speakers at recent day-long conference entitled 'Scotland's Countdown to COP26".
Nov. 2, 2020
Alex Spathis, a retired electrical engineer, sees the light electric vehicle as just one of the many things we must adopt if was we are to negotiate the climate crisis.
Oct. 31, 2020
Environment Victoria's Health Rivers campaigner, Tyler Rotche, is leading a bunch of enthusiasts through a five-week profgram of workshops known as "Rivers Storytelling: why stories matter".
Oct. 28, 2020
Joëlle Gergis came into my orbit in 2009 when I first heard Professor David Karoly speak at the University of Melbourne's Festival of Ideas.
Oct. 24, 2020
Sally Gillespie (pictured) has a background as a Jungian psychotherapist and through her book, "Climate Consciousness" helps people better understand the reasons they feel the way they do about the climate crisis.