ABC Television Q&A Forum: Climate, Welfare and Religious Schools

Monday 15 October, 2018

Climate, Welfare and Religious Schools

Excerpt from Jeffrey Sachs:   He’s bizarre, let’s face it. I mean, let’s be honest about this – he’s absolutely the weirdest president we’ve ever had. And dangerous also. But he’s also representing more than that. He’s representing the corruption of the American political system.… Continue reading

The Elders, Climate Crisis and the Long Walk to Freedom

I think many feel to act now as it is urgent.  We have to work together for a future that benefits everyone.  We have to learn how to live on this planet (not go off and colonise other planets) but face the problems we have collectively created and CHANGE what doesn’t work. … Continue reading

Defence White Paper Stated Fears of Dependency on Asian Fuel Imports or Strategic Access to Oil and Gas?

These reflections have taken me a long time to navigate through as I found it quite illogical to read.  It is a 2016 ABC post but feels relevant today.  I felt to explore the message in the article from a peace perspective asking questions in my global agora as the public are never… Continue reading

Union of Concerned Scientists Inform on Climate Impacts in the US

What is the Australian Politics of Clean Energy?

 I recall all the rhetoric around nuclear as clean.  The renewables are the clean energy as there is minimal impact on the environment.  Coal burning we all know contributes to climate change, you would have to be from a primative planet to believe that this is the way forward, or at least… Continue reading

Microcosm of Mass Extinction Events – Britain

I  felt inspired to change the name of my post.  These are the signposts.

I felt intuitively to follow up on this.  It is a sign of our imbalance with nature. I think of all the unresolved conflicts where we can’t even work out simple problems of sharing, caring, revealing and healing.… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“God has no religion”