Episode from the podcastClimactic

Climactic Features | Latrobe Valley's Just Transition

Released Friday, 4th December 2020
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This is a special audio documentary from Ruby Marshall. 

Join us in this podcast to hear from local residents and workers from the Latrobe Valley about the just transition away from the fossil fuel industry that is happening there right now. What is currently happening in the Latrobe Valley with their transition away from the fossil fuel industry? How is the community preparing for the closing of the coal mines, and creating new industries with jobs to replace the mines? How is the Latrobe Valley experiencing the impacts of climate change and how are they dealing with it? Listen to find out.

Earth Worker Cooperative

Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation

Voices of the Valley

Latrobe Valley Community Power Hub

Environment Victoria

Coal Hole

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Unbelievable this is a project from a new creator. Not only does it get points for ambition, with multiple interviews, an interwoven documentary style, but also nails the purpose. Living just two hours from Latrobe Valley, in Melbourne, I had no idea of the transition happening there, and steps being taken by the local community to turn the region from a coal region, to a diversified, economically sound and future-proofed community. Great job Ruby! Can't wait to hear more from you!
Such a good story of real world action on climate in coal country - and the people on the ground creating the transition - from engineers to artists.
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