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Custodians of the Planet is an interdisciplinary podcast dedicated to being the voice of the environment and nature. Each episode will provide news, interviews, and narration on a wide range of environmental issues. The platform aims to reveal the tensions and harmony of human activities in a changing climate and invites listeners to tune in to nature. Through innovative storytelling, immersive interviews, and a critical analysis of current environmental news Custodians of the Planet will bl ...
 
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This episode is an interview with Professor Lesley Head, the President of the Australian Academy of the Humanities. We explore Australia's public perception of environmental issues (e.g bushfires and the concept of wilderness) and tipping points for social change in the last 25 years. We also discuss what goes on behind the scenes of academic work …
 
This episode is an interview with Broderick Floyd who was a funeral director of Mark J. Floyd Funeral Services in Euroa, Victoria. Our conversation explores holistic ways to rest in peace that includes psychological, environmental and ethical dimensions of ceremonies. If you wonder what it is like to be a funeral director, don't miss this episode. …
 
This episode is an interview with Deborah Lupton who is a SHARP Professor and leader of the Vitalities Lab. We explore the risk discourse and how risk understandings have changed over time. Deborah takes us on a journey where we follow a face mask and examine the changing meaning. Credits: - Bonnie Perris - Script Editor - Taylor Coyne - Graphic De…
 
Most of us agreed on the need for change, yet we still don't know how. This episode is an interview with Joe Brewer who is a change strategist, cognitive scientist, and complexity researcher. We explore notions such as bioregionalism, regeneration, and designing culture. For more: https://earth-regenerators.mn.co/ Credits: - Bonnie Perris - Script …
 
Custodians of the Planet explores different 'ways of being and ways of thinking' on environmental issues through audio portraits. This episode is Custodians of the Planet's launch event and the live panel discussion on regenerative futures with Associate Professor Tema Millstein (UNSW), Professor Chris Riedy (UTS), Kristen Junor of Reverse Garbage …
 
This episode is an interview with Alice Gorman who is an archaeologist, heritage consultant, and a space archeologist. We talk about mining activities on Earth and later we head off into space to explore the solar system and space mining. Credits: - Bonnie Perris- Script Editor - Krisjoe Fuertes- Tech…
 
This episode is an interview with Leonardo Guida who is a shark scientist and shark advocate at the Australian Marine Conservation Society. Our conversation is dedicated to changing one's negative perception of sharks to appreciation. Our conversation also includes topics like their diet; whether we're on their menu, why sharks are threatened, by w…
 
This episode is an interview with Helen Amanda Fricker who is a glaciologist and professor at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California, San Diego where she is a director of the Scripps Polar Center. Our informative conversation focuses on how and why glaciers lose/ gain mass and how it affects surrounding ecosystems and c…
 
The structure of how we build, design and inhabit cities has been changing during the Covid 19 pandemic. In this episode, we have an intriguing conversation with Rory Hyde who is Designer and Curator of Contemporary Architecture and Urbanism at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Our conversation covers how Covid 19 may affect the way we design and inh…
 
This episode is an interview with Professor Daniel Robinson who is a researcher at UNSW and works on various projects with the International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD). This episode helps listeners to engage with the complexity and diversity of Indigenous knowledge and intellectual property rights. Credits: - Bonnie Perris…
 
Have you ever wondered what the number inside the three arrow triangle really means at the bottom of a plastic?In this episode, we get to know plastic and its impact on a deeper level with AJ Linke who is the CEO and founder of Seaside Scavenge. AJ shares awesome tips on how to reduce plastic waste and progress towards a plastic-free living. Our co…
 
We’re excited to share with you an hour of discussion with The Routledge Handbook of Ecocultural Identity editors and authors Tema Milstein, Jose Castro- Sotomayor and John Carr. In this episode we review the Handbook and explore dominant understandings of who we are and how our ways of identifying have implications on Earth. Book description: "The…
 
This episode is an interview with Munir Sadiq who is a PhD at the Materials Engineering Department of Monash University and scientist at CSIRO. Munir explains his exciting study that has set a new record carbon for dioxide capture.Our conversation includes the characteristic of the industry and touch upon issues related to its benefits and harms. C…
 
This episode is an interview with Dr Jim Everett who is a social and moral psychologist at the University of Kent. We talk about different types of prejudice and discriminatory behavior and where they come from. Credits: - Bonnie Perris- Script Editor - Krisjoe Fuertes- Tech ♪Better days
 
This episode is an interview with Dr Charlie Veron who is the first full-time researcher on the Great Barrier Reef . Our conversation covers all fundamental things that you need to know about coral reefs. Credits: - Bonnie Perris- Script Editor - Krisjoe Fuertes- Tech ♪ Pompidou - Portico Quartet
 
Frances Moore Lappe reveals the fundamental truth of our interbeingness and fires up the spirit within us. We talk about living democracy, ecomind, and other intriguing concepts in order to live in a sustainable world. Credits: - Bonnie Perris- Script Editor - Krisjoe Fuertes- Tech ♪ Liam Bailey - When Will They Learn…
 
This episode is an interview with Bryan Norton who is a pioneer in environmental pragmatism. We talk about foundational concepts and considerations in environmental ethics and environmental philosophy. Later on, the conversation includes Covid-19 and its signals about the way we are living. Credits: - Bonnie Perris- Script Editor - Krisjoe Fuertes-…
 
This episode begins by examining the first Earth Day in 1970 and critiques the ongoing process till 2020 with Catherine Ingram. Catherine is currently a dharma teacher and journalist. Grief is part of life even at the best of times so we acknowledge grief on 2020's Earth Day.We discuss different levels of acceptance on the predicament and talk abou…
 
In this episode, we interviewed Bernadette Vötter who works at the Institute of Psychology, University of Innsbruck. Her PhD thesis focuses on meaning in life among highly gifted. First, we explore how humans find meaning in life and discuss how the human psyche can evolve and adopt the current circumstances. The conversation includes threats and o…
 
We’re back with Season 2! This week on Custodians of the Planet, we are reflecting on the 2019-2020 summer hellscape. Join us in conversation as Scott, John, Guy, and Deniz discuss different aspects of bushfires. The conversation starts with discovering the relationship between climate change and bushfires, followed by the impact on wildlife and la…
 
This episode is a conversation with Issy Philips who is a comedian and writer. We talk about finding effective ways to communicate climate change and how using humor can engage the public on climate action. Credits: - Rachel Raymond- Script Editor ♪ Warning bells warning bells by Musicians for Climate Change https://www.facebook.com/musiciansforcli…
 
This episode is an interview with Carlos Nobre who is a climate scientist, a leading expert on the Amazon and climate change. In the aftermath of Amazon fire, this episode broadens our understanding of interconnected system in Amazon including politics, economy and biodiversity. Credits: - Rachel Raymond- Script Editor ♪ Amazonia by The Tree Farers…
 
This episode is an interview with Peter Owen, Director of Wilderness Society in South Australia. We talk about the Great Australian Bight where is in high demand by oil companies. We conclude this episode with Equinor's statement, as we contacted them to comment on the exploration drilling and ongoing process. Credits: - Bonnie Perris - Script Edit…
 
This episode is an interview with Dean Walker who is one of the representatives of 'Deep Adaptation'. Deep adaptation is a framing that acknowledges a near term societal collapse is inevitable due to climate change. We talk about existential scale set of challenges and ways of approaching it. Credits: - Rachel Raymond - Script Editor ♪ Edge of Eter…
 
This episode is a confession based on an overseas trip. We cognize our carbon footprint and get down to the nitty gritty of carbon offsets with Wayne Wescott, CEO of Green Fleet. Links to check out : https://www.footprintcalculator.org/ Credits: - Bonnie Perris- Script Editor ♪ Get a move on - Mr Scruff - Krisjoe Fuertes- Tech…
 
This episode is an interview with climate strikers and a discussion of what this strike really means. Credits: Rachel Raymond- Script Editor ♪ We shall overcome- Paul Morton References https://newsroom.unsw.edu.au/news/social-affairs/why-attending-climate-strike-can-change-minds-most-importantly-your-own https://www.notbusinessasusual.co/ https://g…
 
This episode is an interview with John Kinsella who is a poet and non-violent activist. Kinsella explains the role of language and poetry in justice movements & activism and shares their views on the intersectionality of justice issues. Credits: Bonnie Perris- Script Editor ♪Grace Behind the Curtain - Silent Partner…
 
I this episode I discuss what happens when we are not Custodians of Ourselves We feel: - overwhelmed - isolated and - stressed - The Benefits of Being Custodians of Ourselves We have: - more time - more money - more energy - I also talk about the Psychological Roles and Archetypes that stop us being Custodians of Ourselves - And I share a short med…
 
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