Changing the climate conversation

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Our first episode will be out in April! 

The message that we need to act now on climate change is falling flat, even in the face of extreme climate-driven crises like the recent Australian bushfires. We explore why with leading social researcher, Rebecca Huntley, who has spent the past 15 years listening to people from all walks of life and their views on climate change.

How can communicators change the climate conversation?

As an Australian based company, we recently experienced with horror as the worst bushfires in living memory engulfed an area the size of Belgium across our country. Climate change is clearly fueling these fires and many other extreme and devastating weather events worldwide. Yet, climate action is nowhere near ambitious enough to avoid dangerous global warming.

Through a series of podcasts featuring leading thinkers, scientists, communicators, optimists, advocates and activists, we explore where the climate conversation is at today. We examine how to get past the ideological war stifling climate action and try to understand how mis and dis-information campaigns work. We look at how to resist apathy and acceptance of a ‘new normal’ climate, as well as the power of optimism and hope.

Ultimately, we want to know how communicators everywhere can help inspire a more constructive dialogue, and spark greater action by governments, the private sector, communities and individuals. What we learn will be distilled into a handbook for communicators and concerned people that want to change the climate conversation today for a better future tomorrow.

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Episode 1

Reviving the Art of Printmaking in Thailand

As a young fine arts student in Chaing Mai – the creative capital of Thailand – Kitikong Tilokwattanotai first discovered his passion for printmaking.

Episode 2

Reviving the Art of Printmaking in Thailand

As a young fine arts student in Chaing Mai – the creative capital of Thailand – Kitikong Tilokwattanotai first discovered his passion for printmaking.