The rolling disasters of drought, fire, flood and pandemic are still propagating through Australian communities. Hosted by environmental educator Eav Brennan, this podcast interviews experts, professionals and survivors about how they’re recovering from the Black Summer.

Jun 23 • 17 min
In this episode, Eav interviewed her neighbour - Angus MacFarlane - about his experience of the fires and how he and his family were faring in March 2020. Further Reading…
Jun 15 • 54 min
This is an episode of Feeling the Change with Bronwyn Gresham where Eav talks about what a trauma-informed approach to climate change would look like to her. CW this episode discusses suicide, so please listen with care. If you need support contact Beyond…
Jun 8 • 25 min
This episode features Jo Dodds of Bushfire Survivors for Climate Action and Elaine Johnson of the Environmental Defenders Office. They talk Eav through the basis for their case against the Environmental Protection Agency, to compel them to mitigate…
Jun 1 • 28 min
Eav talks to Shona Whitton, the National Coordinator of Recovery and Psychosocial support of the Australian Red Cross. This episode explores what disaster recovery support the Red Cross is providing and how COVID19 is impacting the ‘usual’ recovery…
May 25 • 27 min
In this episode Eav talks to Dr Jody Gunn of Bush Heritage Australia Jody talks Eav through the effort that Bush Heritage, Parks and Wildlife and local communities went to help ecosystems during the fires. She talks about how Bush Heritage Reserves are…
May 18 • 25 min
Let’s start at the very beginning. Plants are critical to all life on land, and they are the organisms most acutely impacted by fire. In this episode, Eav talks to Dr Brett Summerell of the Royal Botanical Gardens in Sydney about how Australian plants are…
Introducing Aftermath
May 8 • 3 min
Aftermath is an exploration of the ongoing repercussions of rolling disasters after the Black Summer in NSW. Environmental educator Eav Brennan hosts experts and survivors to share their knowledge of life after the fires. Support the show.