Category Archives: climate change

Milton, Ulladulla & Wollongong

From Canberra, Isaac and I headed to the coast. Our destination: the small town of Milton and it’s larger neighbour, Ulladulla. We’d been pointed there by several NSW AYCC volunteers who had mentioned a particularly enthusiastic and talented young organiser … Continue reading

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On The Road…

Those of you who’ve been asking ‘what’s next’ after the book and documentary will have heard me talking about my vision of a road trip with AYCC volunteers traveling to communities all around Australia talking (and listening) about climate science, … Continue reading

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Talking to Australia About Climate Change

Tomorrow, I’m co-starring in a climate change documentary aiming to reach those Australians who still have questions about the science of climate change. On Friday, Melbourne University Press is releasing my first full-length book. It answers all the questions a … Continue reading

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After my depressing blog post a few hours ago, I started to clean the house. And I found these two fortune cookie messages I’d saved. Thanks, Chinese restaurant down the street! Yes, we will solve climate change – by looking … Continue reading

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Seriously, Victoria?!

I was going to write a post complaining about how awful recovering from tonsil surgery is, but I’ve been depressed about something even worse than that this week. So I’ll spare you the gory details about how tonsil scabs form … Continue reading

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Five Principles of Transformational Activism

I started writing this post in the lush green surroundings of Vermont in late spring, and haven’t been able to finish it until now, on a rainy morning six weeks later in the middle of Sydney’s chilly winter. I’m glad … Continue reading

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The Most Exciting Time of My Life

I couldn’t write this yesterday because something subconsciously in me was scared I’d wake up and it wouldn’t be real. That what happened yesterday would all be a dream. But the sun rose this morning, I went for a walk … Continue reading

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