A Regenerative Hour with Melbourne-based climate emergency campaigner Adrian Whitehead about the participant-run gathering Red and Blue
“One of the main drivers of our climate and biodiversity crisis is land use, specifically agriculture. It is a key area people need to understand – this is really important for everybody.” ~ Shane Ward, Action Ecology
The first half of this Regenerative Hour is about mangroves, seaweed and blue carbon in an indigenous perspective. The rest of the podcast digs into the topics of soil health and carbon sequestering through regenerative farming.
Mik has picked up the video camera on his phone to start ‘youtubing’ about people in his city who are reducing their ecological footprint
“My generation won’t be able to fly other than for emergencies in a foreseeable future, if we are to be the least bit serious about the 1.5 degree warming limit…”
Our guest in the second episode of ‘Regenerative Hours’ is Dr Geoff Berry for a talk about our relationship with nature, the search for 21st century ethics, and the concept of “being at home in the universe”.
Our first guest in this new series of ‘Regenerative Hours’ is Mark Dekker for a talk about deep adaptation.
“Time for politicians to act”, said the scientists three decades years ago. But politicians didn’t think it was time. As this blogpost documents, through more than half a century, we – humanity, but in particular: our elected leaders and business
Clippings from the news stream about individual action on climate change “There is research showing that climate change is happening faster than we thought. We’re in a car hurtling towards the edge of a cliff, we’ve got our foot on
“I have had a big blue fear since I heard in a speech that for Planet Earth, it was too late. I felt collapsed for 15 seconds.”~ Brice Pascal Abbey In an era of global ecological destruction, climate change is