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A weekly Science and Medicine podcast featuring Mark Spencer, Simon Moore and Beth Spencer
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A quick catch-up from Mark, and then an episode of the fantastic daily Climate Quick Links from Robert McLean's Climate Conversations.  Subscribe to the show for more from here. Support the show: https://www.climactic.fm/p/support-the-collect
Hello! I'm back, huge thanks to Eav Brennan for guest publishing for the last 4 weeks! Check her out on Instagram if you don't already where she does super important science communication using super approachable comics! This week I'm sharin
In this episode, we discuss misinformation and disinformation on climate change, what it is, how it is manufactured, its impacts, and how you can identify and protect against it. Misinformation and disinformation may be one of the most influent
Get inspired and get involved in ‘Working Together’ to heal country. Listen in to this episode, Part 1, of a two-part great conversation with Craig Aspinall, who is the Community Aboriginal Engagement Officer, with Landcare NSW. It’s an Austral
This is a conversation with Andrew, the Solarpunk Anarchist from Trinidad and Tobago behind the YouTube channel 'Saint Andrewism.' Topics Discussed What is Solarpunk? Solarpunk Anarchism? The problem with Greenwashing How to talk about the cli
This episode is an interview from climactic member and artist Eav Brennan. Eav's spent the last year interviewing some climate leaders and making upcycled portraits of them. In this episode, Mark and Eav run through the portrait subjects and th
Find more of Nourishing Matters to Chew On here. Tilth, glomalin, exudates … luscious words from the world of soils and a great conversation with Matthew Evans and Sadie Chrestman about Matthew’s new book Soil – The incredible story of what ke
Find more and subscribe to The Overview Effect here. I have a treat for you today. This episode is the final live headline conversation from Renew Fest in May, with living legend, esteemed author, thinker, and Co-Originator of the permacultur
Recorded in November 2019 for Raising the Bar, an event series from the City of Melbourne.  We're so grateful to the RTB team for allowing us to share this audio, from past guest and collaborator Dr Jen Rae. Raising the Bar is "for curious mi
What's the Climactic Collective? Well, that's in a state of development and flux.  How our collective of independent shows work with and support each other is changing and morphing, but where it's now is shared in this episode.  Also, hear an
Congratulations on reaching double digits - Talking In This Climate! Feeling anxious about climate change? Reflect and recharge with this unique episode where we explore emotional responses to climate change with Dr. Blanche Verlie, member of
The Women's Climate Justice Collective and One Woman Project warmly welcome you to come along to our poetry night celebrating intersectional feminism and climate justice. WCJC is a national collective aiming to mainstream intersectional femini
Full notes available from the Centre for Climate Safety. Thank you to the Sustainable Hour for sharing this episode with us.  The threat, the solution and the plan. Here's the why, the who and the how. This podcast episode is dedicated to the
The Climactic Collective is the podcast network by and for Australia and NZ's climate community.Curation is the monthly audio magazine show that highlights the best of the network – and the broader community.This curation is focused on climate
Follow This Climate Businesshere.  Transport represents almost half of CO2 emisisons in NZ. In Auckland, its higher, at 67%. After agriculture with our burbing cows, transport is the most imporant sector to decarbonise. Yet the just published
Subscribe and listen to the Sustainable Futures Report here.  Anthony Day helps you plan a sustainable future with expert guests and reports on green technologies from across a warming world. We're halfway through our July Solutions Showcase.
How does the profession of facilitation relate to the climate crisis, and how might it be a potential solution? Find out in this bonus episode where Mark talks to showrunner of the new podcast from the Groupwork Centre, Jim Buckell, about the n
Listen to the series here. Giant corporations are retooling their business models, setting their sights on the climate problem and hoping to capitalize on offshore wind. But some of these corporations — including BP and Shell — are the same co
Climactic's July Spotlight on Climate Solutions Week 1 This episode of Robert McLean's Climate Conversations is a perfect way to start this month's solutions focus. If you have a recommendation please just drop us a line: [email protected] M
Subscribe to the newest show on the Climactic Collective from https://www.climactic.fm/show/regenonomics-downunder-podcast/ Why Regenomics Downunder? RE - because the best solutions are REgional GEN - because the best solutions  reGENerate (n
It's another changing of the guard at PEN Pod as Cam Kaufman prepares the pass to the keys to the next steward of the Postgraduate Environment Network podcast. In this episode she speaks to the founder and lead staff at Climate for Change.  In
The Magnitude of All Things is a cinematic exploration of the emotional and psychological dimensions of climatechange. When Jennifer Abbott lost her sister to cancer, her sorrow opened her up to the profound gravity of climate breakdown, draw
This is an episode of PCAN, you can find more here (www.climactic.fm/show/pcan-podcast). In episode three we talk to two key players in the PCAN story, Andy Gouldson, Professor of Environmental Policy at the University of Leeds, and Polly Cook
Sci Fight (www.scifight.com.au/) is a quarterly Science Comedy Debate where scientists and comedians come together to debate serious issues in a ridiculous manner. This round's topic: Scientists go to heaven. Scientists do God’s work. They se
Special guest host Amruta Nargundkar from Heckin' Concerned (www.heckinconcerned.com).  Inconceivable is a film that recently ran on ABC Compass. Amruta and I speak to the director Jayde Harding about the making of and response to the film, he
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