15 episodes

End Game is about grappling with the climate crisis from the inside out. From the vantage point of a country town in Australia, the podcast tracks the connections between big and small things to look at how the crisis is re-shaping our relationship to ourselves, each other and the world.

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End Game is about grappling with the climate crisis from the inside out. From the vantage point of a country town in Australia, the podcast tracks the connections between big and small things to look at how the crisis is re-shaping our relationship to ourselves, each other and the world.

    Close to home | FINALE

    Close to home | FINALE

    Embracing the cactus - what stops us from taking the climate crisis into our hearts and hands - and what can happen when we do?
    You are not alone if you are worried about climate change but feel it’s too big a problem for you to do something about. 80% of Australians are concerned about the crisis - and here we all are; like kangaroos in the headlights.
    We risk peering into the dark and seeing the light - to dive into moments that ‘changed everything’ about how someone sees themselves in a climate changed world, we also hear from social researcher Dr Rebecca Huntley on what shapes public opinion about the crisis, and track our small town’s struggle to acknowledge we’ve got a climate problem.
     
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    • 47 min
    Hope and coffee

    Hope and coffee

    What hopes do we hold for a climate changed world - and can hope be trusted to guide our way? Kyla Brettle turns on the coffee machine, opens the books and tackles this head on. [more]
     
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    • 6 min
    Breath

    Breath

    Wakka Wakka First Nations elder Uncle Paul Gilralido Chapman plays and teaches the didjeridoo - helping young people to learn about themselves and to listen deeply to the world.

    • 1 min
    One hundred years

    One hundred years

    Terry White and Neil Barrett are old friends and have a hundred years of climate action between them. They speak with Rob Law about the long game of climate advocacy and what gives them hope.[more]
     
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    • 6 min
    An ocean of plastic

    An ocean of plastic

    Audio Postcard from the domestic fringe. Scenes from a supermarket isle

    • 4 min
    When you know a place

    When you know a place

    Listen to an invisible world that parallels our own. Allow yourself to be inspired by insights gleaned over twenty-five years of deep listening to natural ecologies - with bioacoustic landscape recordist, Andrew Skeoch.

    • 9 min

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