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This special 2-part miniseries is from a panel held as part of ARTS1241, Environmental Advocacy and Activism, from the University of New South Wales. Mark Rudd is a political organizer and an anti-war activist. He first burst onto the politica
This special 2-part miniseries is from a panel held as part of ARTS1241, Environmental Advocacy and Activism, from the University of New South Wales. Mark Rudd is a political organizer and an anti-war activist. He first burst onto the politica
Climactic is at 250 episodes. Wow.  If you must hear it, here's where we started. But really, we've gotten much better.  And, we've helped launch many more, better shows that started much stronger than we did. You can find them all at climactic
Nourishing Matters to Chew On has launched on the Climactic Collective. Subscribe to get new episodes at Climactic.com.au, or Foodswell.  Nourishing Matters to Chew On is a podcast that takes its cue from big picture, healthy and sustainable f
This is an audio adaptation of an article written by Laura Phillips, host of Hypecast, published December 7th, 2020 on Resilience.org. It includes a short message from Dale Martin, author of the Local Government Climate Emergency Toolkit (LGCET
Our thanks to the Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife for sharing this episode with us. Find the whole series and more information about the Wildlife Heroes project.  Australia’s 15,000+ wildlife volunteers work hard, under intense cond
Ruth Bookbinder, a PhD researcher at the University of Leeds, in the UK, talks to Professor Anna Mdee and Dr Katy Roelich about their research studying the University of Leeds’ transition to net-zero carbon emissions by 2030. Their project aims
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. W
Thanks to the Women's Climate Justice Collective for sharing this event with us and allowing us to adapt it to a podcast episode. WCJC is a national collective led by women, aiming to mainstream feminist climate justice and support women in th
Thanks to the Feminist Writers Festival for sharing this excellent episode with us.  In this episode, Ecofeminism, Greens Senator Lidia Thorpe and novelist Alice Robinson chat with nature writer Inga Simpson about a feminism that centres itsel
Author Katerina Cosgrove reads aloud a recent piece of writing, published by SBS Voices.  This feature vignette was produced and sound designed by Lloyd Richards featuring music by Omer Haber.  The coverart is by @leio on Unsplash.  To get in t
This is the pilot episode of a new series on the Climactic Collective podcast network, that will be recorded live on streaming TV platform Cimpatico.tv. We're calling it 'Degree of Difference' and it's like Jerry Springer. For the climate commu
The International Organization for Migration estimates that between 25 million and 1 billion people will move as a result of climate change within the next 30 years. Toby Kent, the City of Melbourne's first Chief Resilience Officer, joins Mark
The Climactic Collective is proud to host the Clean State WA Podcast Series, by Anthony James, creator of The RegenNarration. You might recognise Dr Vanessa Rauland from the recent ABC TV series Fight for Planet A. Vanessa’s the co-founder wit
It’s Saturday, the 7th of November. November 9th, next Monday, a bill will be tabled in the Australian federal parliament. It’s called the Climate Change (National Framework for Adaptation and Mitigation) Bill 2020. Also known as the Climate
Rebroadcast of an episode of Catastrophic, with a new introduction. Sulari Gentill lives in the NSW town of Batlow, home of the Batlow apple. Her husband, Michael and son, Edmund, are both volunteer firefighters with the RFS. They have been fig
"The Long View on Environmental and Social Justice for Botany Bay: Interdisciplinary partnerships between UNSW and the community" This year's Hillier lecture will provide an opportunity to reflect on the past, present, and future of work on en
What’s the Grot? Or, what happens to form The Grot? A barely recognisable, muddy dystopia of a future? Or, a near at hand present with just a slap of mud and touch of humour? Eav Brennan explores graphic novel The Grot with author Pat Grant, a
This is the Climactic adaptation of Everybody Now, a "podmarch". "A Podcast Climate Protest March, or Climate Podmarch, if you will." First we feature some audio from the excellent new Climate Ads project, then an introduction/explanation by Cl
This is a guest episode from the Books, Books, Books podcast Rebecca Huntley on looking your children in the eye, managing eco-anxiety, and how to use emotions such as guilt, anger, fear and hope to change hearts as well as minds in the climat
This is an episode of Growing Concern by Seán Marsh. Listen to more of the show and subscribe here.  In this episode, I chat with an old friend, recent father and Qantas pilot grounded indefinitely by COVID-19. Concerned for the future, Nick T
This is an episode of Climactic Candid, honest talks with climate engaged people from across society. I'm Mark Spencer, publisher of the Climactic Collective Podcast Network. My guest for this episode is entrepreneur Sara Bell. Sara Bell found
Beyond Zero Emissions is an independent Australian research organisation developing detailed plans for how Australia can develop a zero-carbon economy. Their most recent work includes the Million Jobs Plan and their Zero Carbon Communities plat
Beyond Zero Emissions is an independent Australian research organisation developing detailed plans for how Australia can develop a zero-carbon economy. Their most recent work includes the Million Jobs Plan and their Zero Carbon Communities pla
THE GAS FALLACY: why we need a renewable led recovery for our climate, health and economy Event description Drought, floods and the recent catastrophic bushfires have brought home the reality of the climate crisis to Australia - the burning
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