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Fossil fuels, intensive farming, deforestation, waste disposal, overconsumption, pollution, the 6th mass extinction, climate change is all on everyone’s mind. But what can we do? How do we make a difference? What do we have to change now? The How to Be Good podcast asks these questions. Join Gareth and Anca as we speak to specialists, scientists, activists, providers and more, and ask what we can do in our everyday lives to make a difference and debunk many of the myths and misinformation.
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In this episode, we interview each other about what we have learned from our amazing guests, their effects on us, and how it has changed our lives. All the people we would like to thank that have helped us on this journey and continue to do so: Erin RhodesAdam Brancher Oliver Grimaldi Noah Godfrey Tamara MumcuogluJohn Grimes Lindsay Lorusso Emma Hurst Heath Greville Dan Richardson Thomas Mortlock Laura Hamilton-O'Hara Dr Bergur Sigfusson Pollyanna Darling Hannah Churton Andy Straisfeld Dr Shahir MasriHow to be good Socialwww.howtobegood.com.auInstagramFacebookLinkedInIf you like what we do and want to help us continue, please help us out by donating via Patreon; with two of the membership levels, we will also plant 3 or 5 trees monthly in your name. Email or contact us on:gareth@howtobegood.com.auGareth - LinkedIn - Instagramanca@howtobegood.com.auAnca - LinkedIn - InstagramPLEASE FOLLOW/SUBSCRIBE AND GIVE US A REVIEW - ALSO TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT THE SHOW; THE MORE WE SPREAD THE WORD, THE BETTER FOR US ALL.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/howtobegood)
 Dr Shahir Masri is an assistant specialist in air pollution exposure assessment and epidemiology at the University of California, Irvine where he works on air pollution exposure modelling as well as climate change communication research. He is also an adjunct faculty member at the Schmid College of Science and Technology at Chapman University where he teaches courses on environmental health and pollution, and an adjunct faculty member at National University where he teaches online graduate and undergraduate science courses.He is the author of the book Beyond Debate: Answers to 50 Misconceptions on Climate Change, which has been acclaimed by Citizens' Climate Lobby founder Marshall Saunders, among prominent scientists at MIT, UCLA, and elsewhere.He is also a co-founder of the project “On the Road for climate action” which is an effort to raise awareness about climate change by organizing educational climate events and giving public presentations across all 50 American States.We interviewed him in an effort to learn from his wealth of knowledge and experience with regards to the anthropogenic climate acceleration we are all experiencing, its causes, its symptoms and the solutions that are out there, at arms reach for us all.  Links and info https://shahirmasri.com/ His Book: Beyond Debate  Instagram How to be good Socialwww.howtobegood.com.au Instagram Facebook LinkedIn If you like what we do and want to help us continue, please help us out by donating via Patreon; with two of the membership levels, we will also plant 3 or 5 trees monthly in your name. Email or contact us on: gareth@howtobegood.com.au Gareth - LinkedIn - Instagram anca@howtobegood.com.au Anca - LinkedIn - InstagramPLEASE FOLLOW/SUBSCRIBE AND GIVE US A REVIEW - ALSO TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT THE SHOW; THE MORE WE SPREAD THE WORD, THE BETTER FOR US ALL.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/howtobegood)
In this episode, we talk to Andy Straisfeld, Chief Strategist for LifeCycle Revive. Located in Brantford, Ontario, LifeCycle Revive is Canada's first polypropylene Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) waste recycler, diverting tons of medical waste from landfills. A fantastic start-up idea that has received Canadian Government funding to scale. Some facts about medical waste:About 85% of medical waste is non-hazardous.About 3% of all drug costs come from drug wastage. In the US alone, this translates to over $1 billion a year.In the US, almost 5000 acute hospitals are generating about 7000 tons of waste every day. About $10 billion is spent each year to dispose of it all.Andy and his team have developed a way to recycle a vast amount of this waste and divert it from landfill. Links: LifeCycle Revive Webpage LifeCycle Revive Facebook How to be good Socialhttp://www.howtobegood.com.au/ Instagram Facebook LinkedIn If you like what we do and want to help us continue, please help us out by donating via Patreon; with two of the membership levels, we will also plant 3 or 5 trees monthly in your name. Email or contact us on:gareth@howtobegood.com.au Gareth - LinkedIn - Instagram anca@howtobegood.com.au Anca -LinkedIn - Instagram PLEASE FOLLOW/SUBSCRIBE AND GIVE US A REVIEW - ALSO TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT THE SHOW; THE MORE WE SPREAD THE WORD, THE BETTER FOR US ALL. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/howtobegood)
This week is International Compost Week, and composting is something that we can all do to make a difference.A series of events and information highlighting the need and benefits of composting - Sunday 2nd May - Saturday 8th May 2021Some factsOver 1.3 billion tons of food is wasted each year.Wasted food amounts to over $1 trillion of loss and wastage annually.A total of 3.3 billion tons of CO2 is produced by food waste yearly.So to talk to us further about food waste and composting, we were delighted to be joined by Hannah Churton. She is the founder of The Worm Monger, an educational platform dedicated to helping people better manage food waste in their own homes.Linkshttps://www.thewormmonger.com/Centre for Organic Research & Education (CORE) National Organic Week Australia (NOW)National Food Waste StrategyHow to be good Socialwww.howtobegood.com.auInstagramFacebookLinkedInIf you like what we do and want to help us continue, please help us out by donating via Patreon; with two of the membership levels, we will also plant 3 or 5 trees monthly in your name. Email or contact us on:gareth@howtobegood.com.auGareth - LinkedIn - Instagramanca@howtobegood.com.auAnca - LinkedIn - InstagramPLEASE FOLLOW/SUBSCRIBE AND GIVE US A REVIEW - ALSO TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT THE SHOW; THE MORE WE SPREAD THE WORD, THE BETTER FOR US ALL.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/howtobegood)
In this episode, we are delighted to talk to Pollyanna Darling, the Head of Community Engagement & Strategy for TreeSisters. TreeSisters is a UK registered social change and reforestation charity that places tropical forest restoration into everyone’s hands. Through individuals and businesses that give back to Nature every month, TreeSisters has so far funded the planting of over 15 million trees across 12 locations in Brazil, Borneo, Cameroon, India, Kenya, Mozambique, Madagascar, Nepal and West Papua. The Vision: To envision a world in which it is normal for everyone to protect and restore themselves and their world. The Mission: To rapidly accelerate tropical reforestation by inspiring and channelling women's Nature-based feminine leadership into local and global action. Pollyanna, a vital part of the team, talks about how she got involved, what she is doing and the need for effective change, restoration and reforestation.  She also explains why climate change is going to have a more significant effect on women than men. We also discuss how we have partnered with them to grow the How To Be Good forest, a challenge that we would love you to join us in.  By becoming a Patreon you help us plant trees and help us continue bringing you these podcasts. With two of the membership levels, we will also plant 3 or 5 trees in your name. We will also give you a mention in one of the shows.  LinksTree Sisters Tree Sisters StoreHow to be good Socialwww.howtobegood.com.au InstagramFacebookLinkedInIf you like what we do and want to help us continue, please help us out by donating via Patreon; with two of the membership levels, we will also plant 3 or 5 trees monthly in your name.  Email or contact us on: gareth@howtobegood.com.auGareth - LinkedIn - Instagram anca@howtobegood.com.auAnca - LinkedIn - InstagramPLEASE FOLLOW/SUBSCRIBE AND GIVE US A REVIEW - ALSO TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT THE SHOW; THE MORE WE SPREAD THE WORD, THE BETTER FOR US ALL. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/howtobegood)
In this episode, we talk to Dr Bergur Sigfusson, Head of CO2 Capture and Injection at Carbfix. Bergur is a geochemist. He has many years of experience in commissioning, operating, and monitoring new methods and technologies related to CO2 capture and injection and geothermal power plants. Carbfix, the company that Bergur works for, is using a natural and permanent storage solution turning co2 into stone underground in less than two years. Bergur tells us more about this unique technology and how it can be a game-changer in the climate crisis. LinksCarbfixCarbfix in documentaries Meltdown Down to EarthIce on FireHow to be good Socialwww.howtobegood.com.au InstagramFacebookLinkedInIf you like what we do and want to help us continue, please help us out by donating via Patreon; with two of the membership levels, we will also plant 3 or 5 trees monthly in your name.  Email or contact us on: gareth@howtobegood.com.auGareth - LinkedIn - Instagram anca@howtobegood.com.auAnca - LinkedIn - Instagram
Laura Hamilton-O'Hara From growing up in South Africa, studying law, working in Taronga zoo Sydney to CEO, we talk to Laura Hamilton-O'Hara about her journey. Her passions, the future of sustainability in building, and the Living Future Institute's role. The Living Future Institute Australia (LFIA) is part of a powerful network of informed and active global citizens committed to redefining humanity's relationships with the ecosystems we inhabit. Together, they seek to redirect our future towards a socially just, culturally rich and ecologically restorative society. LinksLiving Future Institute of Australia Taronga Zoo SydneyHow to be good Socialwww.howtobegood.com.au InstagramFacebookLinkedInIf you like what we do and want to help us continue, please help us out by donating via Patreon; with two of the membership levels, we will also plant 3 or 5 trees monthly in your name.  Email us on: gareth@howtobegood.com.auanca@howtobegood.com.au
Thomas is Senior Risk Scientist at Risk Frontiers where he leads the development of physical climate risk modelling services and Risk Frontiers' coastal, flood and tropical cyclone catastrophe loss models. He has worked for over 12 years in the fields of climate science, catastrophe risk and insurance, resilience, and coastal and flood modelling. Thomas is a Chartered Engineer and an Adjunct Fellow at Macquarie University. He holds a PhD in the field of Coastal Geoscience.In this episode, we find out more about peoples and businesses risks due to climate change..LinksRisk FrontiersMark Carney: Breaking the tragedy on the Horizon - Climate Change and Financial StabilityCSIRO - climate change models and research How to be good Socialwww.howtobegood.com.au InstagramFacebookLinkedInIf you like what we do and want to help us continue, please help us out by donating via Patreon; with two of the membership levels, we will also plant 3 or 5 trees monthly in your name.  Email us on: gareth@howtobegood.com.auanca@howtobegood.com.au
Part 2From rescuing abandoned dogs in Romania to rehoming a lion cub in South Africa, actor and Born Free Patron Dan Richardson is a compassionate voice for animals everywhere.Dan has a lifelong love of animals and an unrivalled dedication and commitment to Keep Wildlife in the Wild."My position as an actor with a public profile, albeit a relatively small one, affords me the great privilege of being able to get actively and directly involved with more conservation projects than might otherwise be possible," Dan says. "As long as there's cruelty and exploitation being inflicted on animals, I will be motivated to do everything I can to end it."In July 2018, Dan was a member of the Born Free team who relocated King the lion cub from his temporary home in Belgium to its big cat sanctuary in South Africa."King became a bit of a Born Free poster boy because the details of his tragic start in life affected us all so deeply," Dan explains. "The international collaboration that followed in conjunction with Natuurhulpcentrum in Belgium, Kenya Airways, Shamwari Private Game Reserve and others, is exemplary of how Born Free can operate and get the job done in the most complex and challenging circumstances."Beyond Born Free, Dan is also a Patron of Voice For Asian Elephants Society and Naturewatch Foundation and an Ambassador for the International Aid for the Protection & Welfare of Animals.Dan: "I know there are a huge number of people who share my passion for the cause. The only difference between them and me is that I'm in the public eye. They are just as much a hero as me or anyone else, and more importantly, without them and their continued efforts, we couldn't do this."LinksBorn FreeInternational Aid for the Protection & Welfare of AnimalsThe bitter Bond: Award-winning Short Film by Born Free FoundationBlood Lions FilmNarikos Voyage / Film Claws Out Please help with Dan's 20 X 50 challenge - and keep posted as we look to put together some challenges here in Perth too.  If you want to volunteer - Pod Volunteer - these people help make sure it's inspiring and ethical.How to be good Socialwww.howtobegood.com.au InstagramFacebookLinkedInIf you like what we do and want to help us continue, please help us out by donating via Patreon; with two of the membership levels, we will also plant 3 or 5 trees monthly in your name.  Email us on: gareth@howtobegood.com.auanca@howtobegood.com.au
Part 1From rescuing abandoned dogs in Romania to rehoming a lion cub in South Africa, actor and Born Free Patron Dan Richardson is a compassionate voice for animals everywhere.Dan has a lifelong love of animals and an unrivalled dedication and commitment to Keep Wildlife in the Wild."My position as an actor with a public profile, albeit a relatively small one, affords me the great privilege of being able to get actively and directly involved with more conservation projects than might otherwise be possible," Dan says. "As long as there's cruelty and exploitation being inflicted on animals, I will be motivated to do everything I can to end it."In July 2018, Dan was a member of the Born Free team who relocated King the lion cub from his temporary home in Belgium to its big cat sanctuary in South Africa."King became a bit of a Born Free poster boy because the details of his tragic start in life affected us all so deeply," Dan explains. "The international collaboration that followed in conjunction with Natuurhulpcentrum in Belgium, Kenya Airways, Shamwari Private Game Reserve and others, is exemplary of how Born Free can operate and get the job done in the most complex and challenging circumstances."Beyond Born Free, Dan is also a Patron of Voice For Asian Elephants Society and Naturewatch Foundation and an Ambassador for the International Aid for the Protection & Welfare of Animals.Dan: "I know there are a huge number of people who share my passion for the cause. The only difference between them and me is that I'm in the public eye. They are just as much a hero as me or anyone else, and more importantly, without them and their continued efforts, we couldn't do this."LinksFood for Thought DocumentaryBorn FreeInternational Aid for the Protection & Welfare of AnimalsThe bitter Bond: Award-winning Short Film by Born Free FoundationBlood Lions FilmNarikos Voyage / Film Claws Out Please help with Dan's 20 X 50 challenge - and keep posted as we look to put together some challenges here in Perth too.  If you want to volunteer - Pod Volunteer - these people help to make sure it's inspiring and ethical.How to be good Socialwww.howtobegood.com.au InstagramFacebookLinkedInIf you like what we do and want to help us continue, please help us out by donating via Patreon; with two of the membership levels, we will also plant 3 or 5 trees monthly in your name.  Email us on: gareth@howtobegood.com.auanca@howtobegood.com.au
Our guest today is Extinction rebellion Member Heath Greville. She is a Public Health Researcher at UWA. Throughout her career, she was involved in setting up a housing cooperative in the mid-1980s; her first degree was in Chinese and Communications studies, then became a teacher and worked at the Centre for Aboriginal studies for most of the 1990’s in the Aboriginal Community Management and Development program. She worked in public health also and the Mental health Commission.She lived in China between 2014 and 2017, helping to start up a charity devoted to improving educational opportunities for children in rural villages using music and English language teaching. For 18 months, she lived in the province of Ningxia, which had recently re-located half a million people who were recognised as displaced off their farmlands due to climate change. That area has heated 2.6 degrees C above the pre-industrial average already. This is when the reality of climate change hit her.Moving back to Perth, WA, she joined Extinction Rebellion to continue her fight against climate change.To find out more about Extinction Rebellion, follow the link to the main page. You will also be able to find out if there is an extinction rebellion group close to you.LinksExtinction Rebellion Please read the Climate Health Report that Heath has recommended.If you live in Australia, please join us on the 22nd March and be a Rebel for Life. How to be good Socialwww.howtobegood.com.au InstagramFacebookLinkedInIf you like what we do and want to help us continue, please help us out by donating via Patreon; with two of the membership levels, we will also plant 3 or 5 trees monthly in your name.  Email us on: gareth@howtobegood.com.auanca@howtobegood.com.au
Today we have are very excited to have a member of Parliament join us.Soon after she was elected a Member of Parliament, Emma established and chaired a NSW Parliamentary Inquiry into the Use of Battery Cages for Hens in the Egg Production Industry, recommending a phase-out of battery cage hen farming in NSW. Emma has now established a second Inquiry into the Exhibition of exotic animals in circuses and the Exhibition of cetaceans in New South Wales, where she will serve as Deputy Chair.During her time in Parliament, Emma has also been a frequent opponent of Australian ag-gag laws, speaking out against the NSW Government's Right to Farm Bill and increased biosecurity legislation.Currently, Emma is spearheading a campaign against puppy farming and is writing legislation that will ban puppy farms in NSW. She has also been advocating for stricter penalties for acts of animal cruelty and for animals to be recognised as domestic violence victims in their own right.Products & services we discussed in this episode:  BooksOperation Sustainable by Chris MacdonaldHow not to die by DR Michael GregerHow to Survive a Pandemic by Dr Michael GregerAustralian Politics For DummiesHow to be good Socialwww.howtobegood.com.au InstagramFacebookLinkedInEmail us on: gareth@howtobegood.com.auanca@howtobegood.com.auSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/howtobegood)
Lindsay Lorusso, CEO and Founder of Nudnik. Her lifestyle and work revolve around circular economy and sustainability.She worked for 15 years in waste management & brought this vast knowledge to set up a no waste- upcycle- sustainable company with her twin sister. An active speaker & thought-leader on circular design and waste diversion.Nudnik transforms 100% organic cotton off-cut fabrics, end-of-roll threads and trims into contemporary kidswear that can be composted at the end of life.Fashion FactsIn most countries where garments are produced, toxic wastewaters from textiles factories are dumped directly into rivers; these contain substances such as lead, mercury, and arsenic. These are incredibly harmful to aquatic life & the health of the millions living by those rivers banks. The contamination also reaches the sea,  eventually spreads around the globe. Water contamination in fertilizers for cotton production, heavily pollute runoff waters & evaporation waters.It can take up to 200 tons of freshwater per ton of dyed fabric. Every time we wash synthetic garments, about 1,900 individual microfibers are released into the water, making their way into our oceans. Scientists have discovered that small aquatic organisms ingest those microfibers are then eaten by small fish, which are later eaten by bigger fish, introducing plastic in our food chain.A family in the western world throws away an average of 30 kg of clothing each year. Only 15% is recycled or donated, and the rest goes directly to the landfill or is incinerated. Synthetic fibres are used in 72% of our clothing and can take up to 200 years to decompose.The apparel industry accounts for 10% of global carbon emissions.Every year, thousands of hectares of endangered and ancient forests are cut down and replaced by plantations of trees used to make wood-based fabrics such as rayon, viscose, and modal.Products & services we discussed in this episode:  NudnikThe Paddy wax candles that Lindsay mentioned and that we fell in love with and ordered.Amazone link: Paddy Wax Candles The band Lindsay mentioned collaborating with: The Tragically HipAustralian Circular EconomyGIVEAWAY how to enter: Subscribe to our podcast Like and share: Nudnik Facebook Page How to be good Facebook or follow and tag a friend on How to be Good Instagram  and Nudnik InstagramWinner to be randomly drawn two weeks post-episode publish. How to be good Socialwww.howtobegood.com.au InstagramFacebookLinkedInEmail us on: gareth@howtobegood.com.auanca@howtobegood.com.au
In this episode, we spoke to John Grimes, CEO of Smart Energy Council.He has been a pilot and officer in the Royal Navy, Later working as a diplomat representing the Australian government overseas, has founded companies and developed them to the point of being ASX listed. Now for the past 13 years, he has been the CEO of the Smart Energy Council, the national voice for smart energy. Where he and his team work with Federal and State Public Policy Makers in Australia, Renewable Energy Industry Regulators, Manufacturers and Contractors, Not for Profit Industrial Bodies, Investors, Media and training Organizations He is so very passionate about his work and what needs to be done to save this planet. For further details on the Smart Energy Council www.smartenergy.org.au Recommended Book Australian Politics for DummiesHow to be good Socialwww.howtobegood.com.au InstagramFacebookLinkedInEmail us on: gareth@howtobegood.com.auanca@howtobegood.com.au
Concrete is the second most used substance on earth after water, and for this reason, it has a significant environmental impact. If it were a country, it would rank third for emissions after China and the US putting out roughly 8% of the worlds CO2. But let's not make concrete the bad guy. It is an incredibly versatile material. Civilisation was built on concrete, without it; we could not build our bridges, tunnels, infrastructure, or even homes. In this podcast, we have someone that is doing something about it.She is an environmental engineer, an inventor, and an entrepreneur. The owner and founder of several companies, working on notable projects such as the Dead Sea Preservation, water and wastewater infrastructures, developing wind energy high-efficiency harnessing devices and now working on a Patent pending technology activating waste for reuse in concrete production.Welcome, Tamara Mumcuoglu!For further details on EVA Ltd or to contact Tamara, please contact us. How to be good Socialwww.howtobegood.com.au InstagramFacebookLinkedInEmail us on: gareth@howtobegood.com.auanca@howtobegood.com.auSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/howtobegood)
In this episode, we interview Noah Godfrey from RePurpose Global. A global coalition of purposeful people and companies dedicated to empowering innovators on the frontlines of reducing waste, reviving lives, and restoring nature’s balance and the World’s First Plastic Credit Platform. Here are some of the links to aspects we talked about: https://repurpose.globalhttp://aplasticocean.movieDon't forget to follow and subscribe.How to be good Socialwww.howtobegood.com.au InstagramFacebookLinkedInEmail us on: gareth@howtobegood.com.auanca@howtobegood.com.auSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/howtobegood)
In this episode, we interview Oliver Grimaldi an Environmental Sustainable Design specialist running the Cundall office in Perth, Western Australia. Talking about the ways in which buildings are changing, what needs to be done and if we are doing enough. Here are some of the links to aspects we talked about: https://www.hempcrete.com.auhttps://living-future.org.au/living-building-challenge/aus-projects/https://living-future.org/lbc/https://www.climatecouncil.org.au/bhutan-is-the-world-s-only-carbon-negative-country-so-how-did-they-do-it/Don't forget to follow, rate, and subscribe.How to be good Socialwww.howtobegood.com.au InstagramFacebookEmail us on: gareth@howtobegood.com.auanca@howtobegood.com.au
In this episode, we are lucky to interview Adam Brancher from The Southern Ocean Carbon Company. Adam has started The Southern Ocean Carbon Company as a need to offset the carbon emissions of its sister Company.  Adam is an Accredited Marine Surveyor and also a marine Engineer.  After a life in the military and many sea-going jobs, he set up in Hobart, Tasmania where he and his team are working on this amazing project to sequester carbon through the growth of Kelp and other seaweed. Links: ·      https://southernoceancarbon.com/            https://www.instagram.com/southernoceancarbon/https://www.facebook.com/southernoceancarbon/ Indiegogo fundraiser  - please donate or purchase one of their merchandise or experiences!!!!! Reports and publications: National Seaweed Industry Blueprint  By Jo Kellyhttps://www.abc.net.au/catalyst/can-seaweed-save-the-world/11017106Can Seaweed Save The World? By Tim Flanneryhttps://www.australianseaweedinstitute.com.au/australian-national-seaweed-industry-blueprint-report-agrifutures ·       Don't forget to follow and subscribe.How to be good SocialInstagramFacebookEmail us on: gareth@howtobegood.com.auanca@howtobegood.com.au
In this episode, we are lucky to interview Erin Rhoads. Erin has been writing about her zero-waste journey since 2013. Her blog, The Rogue Ginger, quickly became one of Australia’s most popular eco-lifestyle websites, and Erin is now a prominent commentator on zero-waste living. She divides her time consulting with businesses on waste reduction, sharing skills and ideas at workshops and talks for kids and adults around Australia, and participating in environmental action groups.  Erin was a consultant on Australia’s War on Waste and is a regular contributor on ABC Radio. She has been featured on BBC World, The Project, Sunrise, The Age, The Guardian, The Australian Women’s Weekly, Marie Claire, Peppermint magazine, and many more.  Erin’s Books: ·      Waste Not      ·     Waste Not Everyday   Movies and TV shows mentioned in the podcast: ·      The Clean Bin Movie·      War on Waste ·      Bag It·      A Plastic Ocean Apps·      OLIOEX The Right to Repair Submission in Australia - please sign this!!!!!Don't forget to follow and subscribe.How to be good Socialwww.howtobegood.com.au InstagramFacebookLinkedInEmail us on: gareth@howtobegood.com.auanca@howtobegood.com.auSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/howtobegood)
In this episode, Gareth and Anca are asking the kids from Bold Park Community School in Western Australia a couple of simple questions – What do you feel about climate change? & What do you think should be done about it? Their mature and emotional response is remarkable https://www.boldpark.com gareth@howtobegood.com.auanca@howtobegood.com.au🌍 🌳 💚 🌏 🌳 💚 🌎
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