Survival Matters

Survival Matters

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Most of us expect that children born today, will live peaceful, prosperous lives to a ripe old age, but on our current trajectory this seems highly unlikely. This podcast series considers ten imminent threats to human survival, and what we can do to stop them. It has been developed by Australia21, a non-partisan, non-profit think tank for the public good. CREDITS: Lights by Sappheiros https://soundcloud.com/sappheirosmusic Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b… Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/-lbbHQbZNKg


5: The need for urgent political action
Apr 23 • 26 min
Survival Matters is a podcast series produced by Australia21: a non-profit think tank for the public good. In this episode we speak with Ian Dunlop, an Australia21 Director, former international oil, gas and coal industry executive, chair of the…
4: The impact of consumption on health
Apr 23 • 22 min
Survival Matters is a podcast produced by Australia21: a non-profit think tank for the public good. In this episode we speak with Professor Fiona Stanley, a maternal and child health epidemiology and public health expert, and 2003 Australian of the Year.…
3: Young people and climate change
Apr 23 • 14 min
Survival Matters is a podcast produced by Australia21: a non-profit think tank for the public good. In this episode we speak to Hannah Ford, the Campaigns Coordinator of the Australian Youth Climate Coalition, and the 2018 ACT Young Environmentalist of…
2: The ten threats to human survival
Apr 23 • 21 min
Survival Matters is a podcast produced by Australia21: a non-profit think tank for the public good. In this episode we speak with science writer Julian Cribb about ten interacting threats that are putting the future of humanity at risk: ecological…
1: Anthropocentrism and our culture
Apr 23 • 14 min
Survival Matters is a podcast produced by Australia21: a non-profit think tank for the public good. In our first episode, we speak with Emeritus Professor Bob Douglas, a retired public health academic and a Founding Director of Australia21, about the need…