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Hollowing out the Liberals

Geoff Ebbs /25 May, 2022

The rise of the Green-Teal tide on the weekend speaks volumes about environmental politics.Geoff Ebbs reflects on the implications for the Liberals and the Greens The destruction of the Liberal Party by Scott Morrison has many dimensions including integrity, misogyny, gender wars, culture wars and climate wars. Both the Teal independents and the Greens benefited Continue Reading →

Indigenous Systems Thinking @ SA Uni

Geoff Ebbs /18 May, 2022

Shoulda Been There: There are always more interesting events than hours in the day, but every now and then there is an event that is so interesting, rewarding and inspiring I cannot resist saying, “You should’a been there”. This time, you should’a been at the University of South Australia, or online like I was, to Continue Reading →

Bushcare Round-Up 30th April – 1st May

Dave Whitfield /27 April, 2022

Landcare Saturday – 30th 14:00-17:00 – Bushcare Working Bee – End of Sunshine Ave, Tarragindi Sunday – 1st 07:30-09:30 – BUSHCARE AT LITTLE GUBBERLEY CREEK – Katunga Street Park Site, Kenmore 08:00 – Crosby Road Bushcare working bee – Crosby Rd Park, Bartley’s Hill Reservoir in Hamilton 08:30-10:30 – Bennetts Bush Defenders Working Bee  – Bennett’s Bushland Continue Reading →

David Whitfield in the field

Bushcare Roundup – March 11-13 2022

Geoff Ebbs /8 March, 2022

Rally to save Ferny Forest, FRIDAY FROM 16:00-18:00 – Pioneer Park, Caloundra St, Landsborough Friday 11th March 08:30-11:00 – Mackenzie Bushcare Group Working Bee – Mt Petrie Road Park, Mackenzie Saturday 12th March 15:30-17:30 – Lagonda Park Bushcare Working Bee – Lagonda Park, Fairfield Sunday 13th March 08:30-10:30 – Bushcare working bee – Eugene Street Continue Reading →

EcoRadio News – Wednesday March 9, 2022

Geoff Ebbs /8 March, 2022

In this bulletin Liberals turn on market forces to protect coal Women cautiously celebrate International Women’s Day Truth is the first casualty as Australia toes US line on Ukraine PM leaps into action as climate emergency reaches Cronulla Reef grief competition heals despair with creativity Liberals turn on market forces to protect coal Once a Continue Reading →

Decoupling, degrowth and the SDGs

Geoff Ebbs /22 February, 2022

Like the Rings that rule Tolkein’s Middle Earth, the challenges of implementing the SDGs are manifold but there is one challenge that ‘binds them all’. That challenge is our addiction to economic growth. Here’s Dick Smith talking to me in 2008. There is a longer version of that interview on this site. In the longer Continue Reading →