Lizz from Wild Mountains chats with Geoff, Dave and Issy about her 6,000km (is that 6Mm?) trek from the Border Ranges on the East Coust, to the Ningaloo Reef on the West Coast to connect communities to nature. There is a launch event at Griffith University’s EcoCentre on January 25th, and more information at #trek2reconnect Continue Reading →
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Geoff Interviews Professor Sarah Pink about her latest book, Life at the Edge of the Future. The premise is that we are always at the Edge of the Future, change is uncertain, unpredictable and so we cannot examine it as we examine the past. Instead, as an anthropologist Professor Pink describes herself as being in research. She Continue Reading →
Water, water everywhere, and not a drop to drink Coleridge, The Ancient Mariner Predictions that the Global North would cynically turn its back on Climate refugees as drought, heatwaves and floods decimate the population of the Global South this week appear both reasonable and prescient. As I write this in my comfortable home in the Continue Reading →
Howard Whelan is an Antarctic Tour Guide and past editor of Australian Geographic. He put together this sound package with Geoff Ebbs over a number of shows.
The big wet has Brisbane renters tearing apart sharehouses, burning leather clothing and scrubbing walls with clove and tea tree oil, mixed with vinegar and warm water in a battle with an unwanted, microbial, housemate; mould. Christine Schindler wrote in Westender last week “The mould ripened, it invited friends and propagated indiscriminately on brick and Continue Reading →
Professor Jeffrey Sachs addressed NATO this month, begging European nations not to blindly follow the US into a global war with China and Russia. He says US is no longer a global leader, and is in denial about this, leading the West into a dangerous and futile global war. He points out that successive US Continue Reading →