Talking In This Climate
Talking In This Climate
An exploration of climate language, metaphors, framing, trust, emotion and misinformation, this podcast is dedicated to empowering listeners with mindfulness about the way they communicate climate change and environmental issues. We would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the lands on which we gather, learn and communicate -  the Gadigal people, the Jagera people as well as the Wurrundjeri and Boonwurrung peoples of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. We would like to acknowledge the pivotal role that First Nations Peoples have taken in caring for Country, fighting for climate justice and sharing knowledge. We would also like to acknowledge that treaty was never ceded. We would like to acknowledge that our work - sharing knowledge through storytelling - is a traditional First Nations' practice and has been happening on these lands for over 70 000 years.  We have a lot to learn, and are open and seeking to include First Nations' perspectives on climate communication. We endeavour to approach this podcast by actively listening more deeply to and learning from and through First Nations Peoples' perspectives and knowledges. We will also embrace the discomfort that comes with the learning process, and continue to reflect and make changes as we go. Join the Facebook group to comment, ask questions and provide feedback: For more great podcasts on similar topics, visit the Climactic Collective website:
Talking In This Climate
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