Interview with author Mark Lynas about his new book, ‘Our Final Warning’
Today I did something I’ve never done before. I did an angry podcast, and put myself in front of the microphone most of the way. My mood was triggered by a couple things.
Citizens’ Climate Conventions – also known as citizens’ assemblies on climate – are emerging as the new norm for legitimate and quality decision-making in many democratic forums around the world. Is the climate movement paying attention?
Guest in our 22nd Regenerative Hour is Tom O’Connor, a former Geelong councillor, swimming coach and an active local community organiser, who lives in Drysdale on the Bellarine Peninsula. He will run for the Geelong Council election in August 2020.
Clippings from the newsstream and research about what a ‘green recovery’ means – and how it can improve our quality of life
Can we turn the 2020s into ‘The Regenerative Decade’? In this series of interviews about what that would imply, we talk ecology, deep adaptation, grief, compassion and passion, connecting with nature, resilience, revitalisation, restoration, revolution… – the bigger picture, in
Guest in our 19th Regenerative Hour is Tim Hollo, Executive Director of the Green Institute. An hour about how we can build a better world once we are coming out of the Covid tunnel, and about what it will take to start the transformation.
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Sara Schmude from Impact Ag Partners talks about the growing impact of regenerative agriculture in Australia and around the world.
Clippings from the newsstream about the links between corona and climate