Kri is one half of Seasters, a show that was incubated amongst the Climatic Collective. She is an avid dreamer, marine conservationist and passionate environmental warrior who yearns to empower women and those passionate about women in the Oceans space.
In November 2019 I caught up with an old friend and fellow conservationist, Jimmy Nails. This throwback episode meanders through conversations from the role of the NGO in multilateral governance, to dealing with the insurmountable grief that the knowledge of climate change brings, to tough decisions about how we move forward in our careers and passion projects. Jimmy’s invigorating stories and contagious laughter are the perfect diversion away from the eeriness felt across the globe this week.Support ClimacticSupport the show: for privacy information.
Climactic host and Global Voices youth delegate for Australia to COP25 Kri McNamara sends in interviews with other youth delegates about the progress of the conference, and the confronting reality of being from a country seen as hostile to responsible action on the climate emergency. Liking the show? Leave us a rating and review on Apple Podcasts here! Support us directly on Pozible! Vote for the Climactic Episode of the Year - Listeners' ChoiceSupport ClimacticLinks:Cop25 Bulletin: 'Our own pace'As COP25 goes into the night, Guterres calls for more climate ambition | UN NewsMadrid Climate Conference COP25 enters overtime as many countries raise lack of ambition amid blockers | Climate CitizenSupport the show: for privacy information.
Kri, one of Global Voices youth delegates to COP25, and a member of the Climactic Collective, recorded this chat with one of her professors before heading to Madrid. It's a great explainer on COP, the history until now, and also gets into some of Sam's work on traditional bushfire management in Australia and Africa. Liking the show? Leave us a rating and review on Apple Podcasts here! Support us directly on Pozible!Special Guest: Sam Johnston.Support ClimacticLinks:John Englert on TwitterSupport the show: for privacy information.
Liking the show? Leave us a rating and review on Apple Podcasts here! Support us directly on Pozible! Climactic Community Corner Southeast MP Engagement Group, next meeting 6pm, Tuesday, 10th December, Port Phillip Ecocentre, St Kilda. Email, or visit Climate for Change - Take Action Better Buds 2020 - Rally for Life - November 28th, Victorian Parliament Steps 'The gap is larger than ever' according to the United In Science report published earlier this year. The current national emissions reduction targets set under the Paris Agreement needs to be increased fivefold to maintain the temperature rise below 1.5Β°C - a widely accepted goal that would avoid potentially irreversible consequences of climate change. The lack of progress achieved in the recent United Nations Climate Summit puts even more pressure on the members of the 25th Conference of Parties (COP) meeting later this year in Chile. Monash Energy Club (MEC) is hosting a seminar to discuss the topics that will dominate the COP25 agenda, including international carbon markets and the need for resource mobilisation to ensure the transition to a low-carbon economy. While the countries are expected to raise their ambition, some are still struggling to follow their current Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) under the Paris Agreement. The latest emissions data will show whether Australia is on track to meets its emissions reduction target, and what role we expect Australia to play in the years ahead. The Panel Anna Malos, Policy Analyst - Climate Works Australia John Connor , CEO - Carbon Market Institute Erwin Jackson, Policy Director - Investor Group on Climate Change Chloe Munro AO, Professorial Fellow - Monash UniversitySupport ClimacticSupport the show: for privacy information.
Share Profile
Are you Kri? Verify and edit this page to your liking.


Share This Creator

Recommendation sent

Join Podchaser to...

  • Rate podcasts and episodes
  • Follow podcasts and creators
  • Create podcast and episode lists
  • & much more

Creator Details

Mar 2nd, 1993
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Episode Count
Podcast Count
Total Airtime
3 hours, 31 minutes
Podchaser Creator ID logo 739262