Need some inspirations on your morning commute? These are the climate related podcast episodes keeping us company at the moment!
Add these to your listening list:
Why Women Can Save The Planet, with Natalie Isaacs
The Wellness Collective
Our Founder Natalie Isaacs jumped on The Wellness Collective podcast with Nat Kouringoudis to share her story and to talk about how women are set to become the most affected by the climate crisis but how we have an incredible opportunity to come together and be the agents of change needed in this critical decade!
What If Our Best Times Are Ahead Of Us?
Outrage And Optimism
Our favourite podcast is celebrating 4 years with this episode with two incredible women as their guests: Mary Robinson (First woman President of Ireland and former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights; Chair of The Elders) and Hafsat Abiola (President, Women in Africa (WIA) Initiative)
We appreciate the depth of discussion and experience that Christiana Figueres, Paul Dickinson & Tom Rivett-Carnac bring to the mic every week!
You don't need to quit your job to work in climate
That's Hot by Project Planet
If you've ever sat in your office and thought, "I wish my boss or my company would take stronger action on the climate crisis", then strap in because this episode is for you!
Project Planet chat to Laure Legros from WorkforClimate, a not-for-profit that's growing a movement of influencers from inside companies, to help their organisation lead the way on climate!
Saving the Franklin (6 part mini series)
Dig Podcast by the ABC
Sometimes you've got to look back to see forward! In Saving The Franklin, revisit the biggest environmental movement Australia has ever seen: the 1982 Franklin River Blockade. There's more to this riveting story than you think. Hear the voices of a bunch of fantastic women as it unfolds.
Host Jo Lauder investigates how this movement beat the odds and came to inspire a new generation of environmental activists that have shaped Australian politics through to today. We can see how the legacy has continued on, in movements like the Stop Adani and Move Beyond Coal for example!