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Saturday 29 August 2020
Footprints Online is offering panel discussions, videos and activities on sustainability issues relevant to Inner West residents.
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This is the program for Footprints Online that premiered on Saturday 29 August.
Welcome and Acknowledgement of Country by Aunty Deb Lennis
Podcast 1: Climate talks
Radio National journalist and presenter of Hot Mess podcast Richard Aedy in conversation with author of How to talk about climate change Rebecca Huntley and NSW lead national organiser of School Strike 4 Climate Jean Hinchliffe.
- Reverse Garbage community showcase
- The Bower community showcase
Cornersmith - Sustainable cooking demonstration
Led by Alex Elliott-Howery, co-author of Use it All: The Cornersmith guide to a more sustainable kitchen.
Podcast 2: Sharing in the local Inner West economy
Emma Daniell from Inner West Council's Green Living Centre in collaboration with Inner West Libraries, in conversation with University of Wollongong PhD candidate Inka Santala, founder of Inner West Tool Library Amy Croucher and founder of ShareWaste Eli Bramborova.
Podcast 3: Sustainable food systems
Emma Daniell from Inner West Council's Green Living Centre in conversation with Costa Georgiadis from ABC Gardening Australia, Patrice Newell author of Who's minding the farm? and Manu Prigioni from Farm it Forward.
Live Q&A discussion
Join the live conversation on the topics of the day with Costa Georgiadis from ABC Gardening Australia.
Find details on how to join or watch the Q&A and discussion here
Plus! Don't miss Inner West Library's Storytime on Monday 24 August with a special environmental focus.
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Page last updated: 29 Aug 2020