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Wellness and sustainability and environmentalism, oh my. These communities have long histories of overlap with fascism, serving as breeding grounds for fascist demagogues, and fascist groups invariably have roots in traditionalism, populism, an
Brenna Quinlan is an illustrator and educator who strives to make the world a better place through her art and her actions. She lives at Australia's most well-known permaculture demonstration site, Melliodora, where she grows food, milks goats,
This episode features Andrea Herrera, who's on a mission to transform big corporations away from exploitation. Special thanks to Angelica Kross for her research. Find your slavery footprint http://slaveryfootprint.org/ Reading https://www.e
In this two-part episode, Eav and Mark explore how modern slavery is driven by the climate emergency, and how ecosystem destruction and human rights abuses go hand in hand. In this first episode we interview Bruno, who's a Marine Biologist fro
One guest - two interviews. Jimmy Halfcut has been engaged in activism, organising, and fundraising for many years. Mark and Seán, hosts of two shows on the Climactic Collective, had back to back chats with Jimmy about the story of Halfcut, and
How did a community climate action group get their city council to not only declare a climate emergency, but commit to emergency level emissions reduction measures, during a global pandemic? Coalitions, campaigning, determination and good old-
The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) is an independent non-profit which sets a standard for sustainable fishing. Mark and new Climactic member Eav talk to Matt Watson, Senior Fisheries Manager. Eav is a marine scientist by training, so has som
Harry is not just trainee General Practitioner, he's also a climate activist. So he's a great person to talk to about how to continue organising for climate action, while the COVID-19 virus understandably dominates the world's attention. Supp
First thing, Climactic has a newsletter. Sign up! Liking the show? Leave us a rating and review on Apple Podcasts here! Support us directly on Pozible! Mark and Evan met on the Project Drawdown group on Facebook, but didn't realise it at th
Mark joined Daniel Bleakley on the steps of the Victorian Parliament for a chat about the past 7 days of his hunger strike, the global XR hunger strike, his methods and self-care through this experience, and much more. From Daniel; "Day 7. S
Costa's World has been hugely popular among kids, and it wasn't hard to see why when Costa and Dirt Girl performend live at the Ballarat Begonia Festival in 2018. The Festival was a month before Climactic launched, and host Mark had the chance
Doctor Richard di Natale is many things, beyond being a general practitioner and public health specialist. He's an Australian Senator in the Federal Government, and leader of the Australian Greens Party, a powerful third party. The Greens are a
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