Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Down to Earth Podcast on Urban Environmental Politics

For the past few months, I've been co-hosting a fortnightly segment on FBi Radio 94.5FM, based here in Sydney, called Down to Earth. It's a segment about stuff we can do to make cities fairer and more sustainable. So far we've talked about a bunch of things, from the recent re-emergence of green bans in Sydney (of course!), to disposable coffee cups and plastics waste, urban beekeeping, driverless cars, the public transport experience, and smart phones (their production, consumption and recycling...).

It's been heaps of fun putting these segments together, and Alex Pye has been an awesome person to work with. We're on every first and third Thursday morning of the month at 10am.

I'm happy to say Down to Earth has now been made into a podcast: you can access it here, for iTunes and Android. Yay! Thanks to Andrew and the team at FBi for getting this up and running, and for getting a bunch of the past episodes up online...


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