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A continuous conversation about climate change - news, views and interviews.

    Dinny Adem - 'born, bred and dead here' - wants another term on the City of Greater Shepparton Council

    Dinny Adem - 'born, bred and dead here' - wants another term on the City of Greater Shepparton Council

    Dinny Adem (pictured) was born and bred in Shepparton and although not eager to advance the conclusion, he will die here - he's an enthusiast of Greater Shepparton.

    And just a few months ago, it was Dinny who moved a motion, bringing on a spirited debate among councillors that was finally resolved on the casting-vote of the then-mayor. Cr Seema Abdullah, to see the city formally declare a climate emergency.

    Dinny again wants a place on the council to ensure the climate emergency concept is firmly embedded in council procedures.

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    • 19 min
    Lucy Manne, 350.org.au CEO, talks with Climate Conversations

    Lucy Manne, 350.org.au CEO, talks with Climate Conversations

    Lucy Manne (pictured), 350.org.au CEO, talks with Climate Conversations about the global body that is taking on the world's fossil fuel industries around the world.

    America's Bill McKibben and some university mates created 350.org and Lucy was inspired to do something about our deteriorating climate when she heard the world's foremost climate activist speak in Melbourne in 2008.

    Lucy's journey to the top job with 350.org in Australia really began to take shape when, as a young girl, she joined the Australian Youth Climate Coalition.

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    • 23 min
    'Fund our future, not gas!' - demands School Stike for Climate Action

    'Fund our future, not gas!' - demands School Stike for Climate Action

    Covid-19 has changed everything, including the School Strike for Climate, but people of all ages are still be encouraged to support the "strikers" in any way they can.

    That broad support was illustrated just recently when 17-year-old Melbourne school girl, Sophie Chiew (pictured), was given a few minutes to talk about the School Strike for Climate during a recent webinar set up to allow author and reporter, Paddy Manning, to talk about his new book, "Body Count".

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    • 9 min
    Mark Carter talks about Flight Free Australia

    Mark Carter talks about Flight Free Australia

    Mark Carter (pictured) is the Chewton-based spokesman for Flight Free Australia and in this conversation explains how the fledging group evolved, what it's goals are and also talks about the impact flying has on the climate crisis.

    He, and those with him on the Flight Free Australia "flight crew",  believe that a decision not to fly is the most significant action individuals can make if they are to reduce their carbon footprint.

    Once people make the decision not to fly they can make a public statement about their intent, by making a pledge on the group's website, downloading and printing the pledge, taking a "selfie" holding pledge, return it to Flight Free Australia and then having it published to tell the world.

     

     

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    • 1h 2 min
    Geoff Dobson wants your vote to give him chance to make use of his experience to benefit Shepparton

    Geoff Dobson wants your vote to give him chance to make use of his experience to benefit Shepparton

    Geoff Dobson (pictured) has a rich and long experience in municipal affairs and rather than sit home in retirement, the former Mayor of the City of Greater Shepparton again wants a seat at the council table.

    Leadership, Geoff argues, is critical to enable Shepparton to navigate the present climate crisis; leadership, he believes, he has already demonstrated and is ready and willing to bring back to the city council.

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    • 30 min
    Andrew Bock cares for everyone, but is free of vested interests - he's independent

    Andrew Bock cares for everyone, but is free of vested interests - he's independent

    Andrew Bock (pictured) wants to be a part of the City of Greater Shepparton council as he sees wonderful potential for the area and he is eager to see his ideas and those of the broader council implemented.

    Andrew has had a long interest in the world governmental administration and believes he can bring his clarity in thinking about those issues to the Shepparton council and sois seeking endorsement from city residents on Saturday, October 24.

    More information on Andrew can be found at his website.

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    • 21 min

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