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Climactic is a weekly podcast covering the climate crisis from multiple perspectives. The climate crisis is the biggest challenge of our modern times, so we’re growing in response. Adding shows, and helping develop more storytellers. Our podcasters work, live and breathe solutions, but climate action isn’t happening fast enough, so we volunteer our time and expertise to bring you high quality podcasts and hope that we can inspire you to take action, or equally vital, to keep you going when you need fresh perspective.

We talk to politicians, scientists, activists, artists, psychologists, sustainable business leaders and ordinary people experiencing the effects of climate change. Over the last two years we have talked to big names such as former Greens leader Richard Di Natale, Tasmanian 2020 Australian of the Year Jess Melbourne-Thomas, Imogen Jubb the National Manager from Beyond Zero Emissions and so many more amazing people. We talk to some big names from overseas, but the Australian climate community is where we strive to find our stories.

Make Your Change acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the Lands on which we live, play, advocate, and activate.  We acknowledge their continuing connection to Country and community, and pay our respect to Elders past and present. We recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Australians.  We are committed to honouring their unique cultural, and spiritual relationship to the land, air, waters and seas—as well as their rich contributions to society. We acknowledge the sovereignty, land, and law of First Nations were never ceded—this always was and always will be the Land of First Nations people.


Global warming is not a problem we can compost and recycle our way out of. Join our mailing list to discover how to make your changes and have MASSIVE impact!

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