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Alana Mountain FoEM forest campaigner and Eva Davis Jones citizen scientist and forest activist chat about the power of the mass action for forests on the weekend and the incoming state budget announcement of an early end to native forest logging.
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On today's episode of Dirt Radio, Elyse spoke to Pat Simons and Gem Romuld who joined a rally on Saturday 7th May 2023 at Port Kembla on Dharawal Country, NSW. The rally was in opposition to a proposed nuclear submarine base as part of the federal government's AUKUS deal. Community, union groups and activists joined together to say no to nuclear subs, and yes to peace and climate justice.
Check out ICAN here: https://icanw.org.au/
Check out WAWAN here: https://www.facebook.com/WollongongAgainstWarandNukes/
Check out FoE's Yes to Renewables collective here: https://www.melbournefoe.org.au/energy
In the wake of the latest IPCC reports, Alana Mountain from our forest collective sat down with lead IPCC author Dr Joelle Gergis to discuss her new book, 'Humanity's Moment - A Climate Scientist's Case for Hope'.Read more
Tune in to hear an update on FoE's Strzelecki Koala Campaign and new findings of poor water quality in the NT.
Find out more about the Strzelecki Koala Campaign: https://www.melbournefoe.org.au/koalas
On today's show, we talk all things Victorian State Election with Cam Walker. What stance do the parties have on the key environmental issues of Gas and Forests for the upcoming election? We also talk about all things community response and positive pathways from fossil fuels.
Don't forget to donate to Friends of the Earth's Bring the Noise (link is external)to help support FoE for another year.Read more
On today’s two-part Dirt Radio episode Nathalie Farah sits down with Dr Jen Sanger (The Tree Projects(link is external)) and Chris Schuringa (Victoria Forest Alliance) to discuss the new Victoria Forest Carbon Report that has been co-authored by Dr Jen and the VFA.
This report highlights the current emissions from native forest logging and the legacy left by their delayed release into the atmosphere. But, do not lose hope! The incredible propensity of these ecosystems to absorb carbon can be utilised if we can just learn to nurture and protect them. For the full Victorian and Tasmanian report read through the FoE Melbourne Media Release.
Keep the donations rolling in for Bring the Noise (link is external)to help Friends of the Earth collectives moving.Read more
On today's show Jupiter McIntire discusses her new report - Northern Waters: Uranium in Drinking Water in the Northern Territory. The report, due to be released later this week, looks at the heightened levels of Uranium in the drinking water of remote communities in the NT, the detrimental health effects and social issues that are driven by careless Uranium mining in the territory.Read more
On today’s show Michelle Baxter of the Strzelecki Koala Action Team (SKAT) talks with Dr. Steve Phillips and Mel Darer about the Strzelecki Koala.
Dr Steve Phillips of Biolink(link is external) provides vital support to the SKAT collective on their surveys of the Strzelecki Koala and talks about the new Areas of Regional Koala Significance (ARKS) surveying technique that will be released to citizen science in the coming months.
Mel Darer of Mel and the Menagerie(link is external) and VFA member who has been organising a Strezelecki Koala Festival in Gippsland that will be coming your way on Sunday 16 October 22 at Old Gippstown, Moe. For more info on how you can get involved contact [email protected](link sends e-mail)
Keep up to date with all things Strzelecki Koala at the SKAT collective's page.
On todays episode Anna Langford (Friends of the Earth) is back to talk with Professor Lauren Rickards and Dr. Todd Denham (RMIT) on the new collaborative report 'Climate Impacts at Work', the background of the report, and an overview of findings and how they affect workers.
Access the entire Climate at Work report to expand on the pressing issues discussed in this episode.