Professor Stuart Hill suggests we need to “make good things contagious” and start “living from the inside out”, as we as humans are yet to realize our potential; Sharon Wilkonson enlightens us as to threats to water in the Galilee Basin if the proposed CSG plans go ahead.
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Tim Gordon shares first hand experience with gas in water supply in Qld. Rosemary Evans asks for Tours of the Islands of Plastic as a way of awareness raising. Ben Cameron comments on the complexity of the issues we face, and suggests the need to create change in a non- confrontational way.
Noni McDevitt raises the concern that the facts are deliberately kept from us. Sue Morrison reports from the two National Days of Climate Action Events she attended. We have Vox Pops from the Blackheath Event by Marina. Shirley speaks to the organiser of the Medlow Bath Event.
Gary Stowe and Janet Saunders (with Lorraine Vogel and the Rainsong Choir) entertain us, and Shirley speaks to them via Skype on Climate Change and the fact that we all need to accept responsibility for it
From Northern Ireland: Sammy Wilson and Mark H Durkan have a tête-à-tête in parliament on Climate Change, and what should be done about it.
Music Hunter Meg Benson provides the music, as well as joining in the discussion. Says Meg, about activists: “We are the probiotics in the gut of society”.