Episode seven is about water. Our panel is Sharon Wilkinson, Geoffrey Smith (Blue Mountains City Council), Noni McDevitt, Melinda Turner and Susan Girard. Also, Baglady reacts to reports that if we even try to keep global warming with 2ºC, by reducing fossil fuel use we could cause a new global economic crisis. From Northern Ireland, Deborah Girvan, Alliance Councillor for Newtownards, on her second local clean-up at Comber. And, rubbish on the coast at Larne: teacher Sandy Lindsay and students at Larne High School, with some follow-up by Baglady.
Also: Geoffrey on events surrounding the tragic pollution incident at Jamieson Creek, Wentworth Falls last July, with tips for people to minimise the chance of polluting waterways; Sharon on toxic spills and chemicals getting intro groundwater with Coal Seam Gas; Noni on alternative energy, and Melinda on Thirst.
Listen to Deborah Girvan below:
Listen to Sandy Lindsay below: