The BZE Radio Community Show is a one hour podcast focusing on climate solutions across society locally, regionally and around the globe and goes live every Monday at 5pm. The show aims to provide up-to-date news about community climate solutions and events from around Australia, including interviews with scientists, community and business leaders and economists just to name a few.
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This BZE Radio episode was broadcast on Monday 10th July 2017
This BZE Radio episode was broadcast on Monday 3rd July 2017
Thank you to our guests:
Sherri is a former Pentagon and US Dept of Defence official, now heading up the Consortium for Ocean Leadership and getting military minds to understand climate change.
This BZE Radio episode was broadcast on Monday 5th June 2017
This BZE Radio episode was broadcast on Monday 29th May 2017
We could consider earth as a rental property. God comes down to do an inspection and he/she says ”What are all these holes in the property? Why is all my coral bleached? What have you done with all the trees? …. ?” I can tell you. You won’t get your bond back. #StopAdani Roadshow MC
Films demand and bring out our human and emotional responses and that’s no less true when the subject is the climate crisis and climate solutions.
This BZE Radio episode was broadcast on Monday 22nd May 2017
This week BZE is chewing over food security and climate from a global perspective, as BZE Radio’s Vivien Langford interviews Clare Westwood in Penang and Alan Broughton – Vice President Organic Agriculture Association, with special guest Robin Laurie aka Professor Pym.
Thank you to our guests:
- Clare Westwood – Clare is a researcher for the Third World Network and Penang Peace and Justice Commission
- Alan Broughton – co-author of “Sustainable Agriculture v Corporate Greed”
- Robin Laurie – Robin, aka Professor Pym, with a lively radio drama about the incongruity of food as fuel for cars
This BZE Radio episode was broadcast on Monday 15th May 2017
“One of the common misconceptions is that a lot of the ERF money is for planting trees” Jess Panegyres The Wilderness Society
- Prof Brett Bryan – from Deakin University
- Gregory Miller – Film Director of Cultivating Murder
- Gerard Wedderburn-Bisshop – BZE Land Use Report author