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Hi there! Thanks for stopping by. Check out gospel-based sermons from South Charlotte Presbyterian Church in Charlotte, NC. Every week, a new episode is uploaded for you! If you're in town, we'd love to meet you! Sundays at 10 am at 15009 Lancaster Highway, Charlotte, NC, 28277. Look for the flags and smiling faces!
 
Generation Of The Cross is a dynamic program for the youth of this world. Hosted by Pastor Gabriel Swaggart of Crossfire Youth Ministry each Saturday at 11 am, Central Time. He is joined each week by a panel of members from Crossfire as they cover a broad range of subjects and their relation with the Cross of Christ. If you are a parent, grandparent, uncle, aunt, or anyone who knows a young person make sure you have them check out this program. It will bless all who listen. To find out more ...
 
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Professor Michael Howard (pictured) from the University of Maine in the U.S., joined the Brisbane BIEN 2022 Congress virtually to talk about "Basic Income, Climate Change and the Future of Work". Prof Howard specialises in social and political philosophy and his message to the congress was clear - we must contain our consumption, particularly those…
 
Iain Middleton (pictured) has long prosecuted the idea of a Universal Basic Income in New Zealand and told his country's story at the September BIEN 2022 Congress in Brisbane, which was held at the St Lucia campus of the University of Queensland. The conference was a hybrid affair with more than 100 people attending in person and hundreds more from…
 
Josh McGee (pictured) founded and continues to orchestrate the Melbourne-based Australia Basic Income group and spoke at the opening day of the Basic Income Earth Network Congress on September 26 at the St Lucia Campus of the University of Queensland. An unconditional Universal Basic Income is in many ways closely related to plotting a course the w…
 
Climate champion and former U.S. vice president, Al Gore, was the first of many guests at a day-long Climate Forward event organized by The New York Times. Mr Gore exuded optimism during what was described as a "fire-side chat", with a senior New York Times climate reporter, Somini Sengupta. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/robert-mcl…
 
Doing what you can, just one starfish at a time. Professor David Lindenmayer was the guest at a webinar organized by the Australian Conservation Foundation where he talked about "Saving our native forest in Victoria". And a guest, just this morning (September 21) at a webinar organized by The Australia Institute was Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Youn…
 
Climate Group CEO, Helen Clarkson, opened/launched Climate Week NYC calling on people to move from commitment to action. Michael Noetel asks the question: "What do we owe future generations? And what can we do to make their world a better place?" And on Radio 3CR, Vivien Langford investigates: "The dirty truth about green optimism" and "Australia's…
 
Guardian reporter Adam Morton writes about the Australian Labor Government's idea of bringing a United Nations Conference of the Parties to Australia - "Australia’s bid to host a Cop summit could shape climate action and politics for years to come". Climate News Network tells us: "Canadian EV battery industry could hit $48 billion a year". And from…
 
Millions in Japan are urged to shelter or evacuate as super typhoon Nanmadol (pictured) closes in on the country - "Japan issues special typhoon warning as 'unprecedented' storm approaches". Again from the ABC we hear about electric vehicles and towing - "Electric vehicles that can tow your boat, caravan or horse float are coming to Australia, but …
 
Professor Euan Ritchie (pictured) compares media coverage of the Queen's death to the existential threat facing Earth in the story "Why did the Queen’s death receive saturation media coverage while the future of the Earth goes largely ignored?" And in its Editorial, the Melbourne Age says: "Australia can help steer the electric car revolution". Mor…
 
The Conversation's "Weekly" podcast features a trans-Atlantic chat between British host, Gemma Ware, and her U.S. counterpart, Daniel Merino, and guests about the inadequacy of our building stock to cope with an ever increasingly warmer world. Listen to "Keep buildings cool as it gets hotter by resurrecting traditional architectural techniques – po…
 
Dr Alan Finkel (pictured) delivered the Alan Finkel Oration entitled "Getting serious about getting to zero". The webinar was organised by the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE) enabling Dr Finkel to talk briefly about the "bad" and then at length about the "good" and within that the opportunities, he saw for Austra…
 
King Charles (pictured) is considered by some to be history's most significant environmentalist. Read the Nicole Hasham story - "‘The most significant environmentalist in history’ is now king. Two Australian researchers tell of Charles’ fascination with nature". A second story from The Conversation is: "‘Too hard to get to work’: climate change is …
 
Professor Ian Lowe (pictured) is an entertaining speaker who can even make you smile and laugh while explaining the reasons behind some of our most tragic behaviours; behaviours that are eroding almost everything that is good about our world. Prof Lowe, and his Giffith University counterpart, Professor Brendan Mackey, were the guests on a webinar -…
 
Simon Kerr (pictured) assembled the group, "Music for a Warming World" and Robin Davidson talks about Canberra's "Rebus Theatre", of which he is the artistic director. Today's (September 12) webinar was organized and presented by the Australian Earth Laws Alliance. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/robert-mclean/message…
 
The question on the minds of many is will the passion for action on climate change by Prince Charles vanish now that he is King Charles (pictured)? Stories discussing that issue can be found on The Conversation: "It would be appropriate for King Charles to remain strong on climate: Albanese" and SBS: "Will Charles as King mean an end to his climate…
 
Dr Scott Abbinga (pictured) was my first physical contact with Healthy Futures. Scott was at the recent Doctors for the Environment Melbourne conference on an information stand talking with conference attendees about the group. And check out the Benjamin Preiss story from The Melbourne Age: "‘I haven’t paid a bill since 2008’: Country towns empower…
 
Joëlle Gregis wrote the book, "Humanity's Moment", with many goals in mind, among them, helping all of us better understand the climate crisis and while it is an issue clearly impacting all life on Earth, it continues as a rubicon among people, even friends. Other climate links: "Heat and Health"; "UN chief slams climate change 'insanity' on Pakist…
 
Warwick Cathro (pictured) from the Canberra Conservation Council was a significant contributor to a workshop at the Better Futures Australia Forum early this month where the discussion revolved around making low-carbon transport accessible to all. James Whelan for Climate Action Network Australia summed up the first of the two sessions of "Making z…
 
Fiona Armstrong (pictured) founded and now leads the Melbourne-based Climate and Health Alliance. So it was natural that she reported on findings from two workshops about climate change and health at this year's Better Futures Australia Forum held in Canberra early this month. Several people gathered on the stage at the end of the two-day event to …
 
Climate scientist and author, Joëlle Gergis (pictured), talks about her new book, "Humanity's Moment: A climate scientist case for hope", with the Research Director from the Climate Council, Dr Simon Bradshaw. The discussion between Dr Gergis and Dr Bradshaw was a Climate Council Bookclub event. Dr Gergis felt she had no option but to write the boo…
 
Pastor Ray Minniecon (pictured) spoke on the opening day of the recent Better Futures Australian Forum in Canberra pleading with Australia's decision makers to listen to and work with the country's indigenous people. The powerful address by Pastor Minnniecon helped set the agenda for the two-day forum that came across as optimistic and collaborativ…
 
Kelly O'Shannassy (pictured) leads the "Australian Conservation Foundation" as one of a panel of five speakers who talked optimistically about the future at Canberra's "Better Futures Australia" two-day forum. With Kelly was the co-founder of "Zero Industrials and Sunshot Industries", Clark Butler; The Executive Director of "Original Power" and des…
 
Australian Capital Territory Chief Minister Andrew Barr (pictured) claims his government is a national and world leader in taking the jurisdiction to a serious reduction in carbon dioxide emissions. Minister Barr was the first speaker on the opening day of the Better Futures Australia Forum held in Canberra on September 6 and 7. He saw the forum as…
 
Nidala Barker (pictured) brought her music to the Better Futures Australia conference, both entertaining and inspiring people. Her appearance and the Canberra Conference was aimed at inspiring people and it most certainly did that and it was only just lunch time on the first day. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/robert-mclean/message…
 
Dr Rebecca Huntley (pictured) had a climate change epiphany about three years ago and was at the recent iDEA Conference organized by the Doctors for the Environment, encouraging medical practitioners to engage with climate issues in any way they can. The Sydney-based social researcher has described her commitment to climate change issues as somethi…
 
Heather Campbell (pictured) talked about "Living in Harmony" during the Saturday program of the "iDEA Conference", an annual event organized by the Australian arm of Doctors for the Environment. Heather, who has a long involvement in working to protect our environment, is the CEO of Bush Heritage, Australia. Enjoy "Music for a Warming World". --- S…
 
Tim Buckley (pictured) "Zoomed" into the annual Doctors for the Environment conference and using his long, impeccable and thorough research told those attending, both in person and virtually, that it was not Australia's domestic emissions that would disrupt life on Earth, instead our country's export of fossil fuels. Australia, he explained, is the…
 
Professor Judith Brett (pictured) talked about the changing political landscape on Saturday morning at the annual iDEA Conference, organized by the Australian arm of Doctors for the Environment. Professor Brett, who wrote the Quarterly Essay, "The Coal Curse", said the new Federal Opposition had almost made itself irrelevant, particular when its le…
 
Professor Brett Sutton (pictured) was the keynote speaker at the Doctors for the Environment, Australia, conference staged over three days at the Unversity of Melbourne. The iDEA conference attracted people from throughout Australia, both in person and virtually, and had the overt theme of "Time to Act". Professor Sutton is Victoria’s Chief Health …
 
Louise Hardman (pictured) watched a turtle die and realized she had to do something to help remove plastic from our waterways and oceans. It was a classic: "If not me, who, if not now, when? From those years of thinking, following the turtle's death, and years of hard work came "Louise Hardman's 'Shruder' invention recycles plastic cleaned from oce…
 
Here at Climate Conversations we are unable to comprehend why it is many people can't understand the threats implicated in climate change - is what we are seeing wilful ignorance or actual ignorance? The rush to buy the rather expensive Lamborghini sports cars must, surely, be a combination of both actual ignorance and wilful ignorance - read the s…
 
Joëlle Gergis writes about "Humanity's Moment: A climate scientist's case for hope" and the publication of that new book coincides, coincidently, with Pakistan's devastating new floods, discussed in the SBS story: "‘Climate dystopia at our doorstep’: Tens of millions battle Pakistan floods as death toll rises". Other climate crisis stories are: "‘E…
 
Tatura Transition Towns' annual Film Festival on August 27 in the town's Victory Hall had a fascinating vibe about it as about 40 people listened to an array of speakers talk about their role in helping people enjoy a more sustainable life. The City of Greater Shepparton's environment manager, Sharon Terry, explained the council's Climate Emergency…
 
Jennifer Uchendu (pictured) is the Nigerian woman behind the South African TEAP movement and here launches the program with the aid of Sarah Jaquette Ray from the Cal Poly Humbolt. Uchendu is also behind the Sustyvibes movement and Ray's latest book, "A Field Guide to Climate Anxiety: How to Keep Your Cool on a Warming Planet" discusses many of the…
 
Jonathan Barnett and Matthijs Bouw joined the Smart Growth Network to outline how adaptation and preventive measures can address climate-related threats, including flooding along coastlines and rivers, flash floods from extreme rain events, drought, wildfire, long periods of high heat, and food shortages. Between them, Barnett and Bouw wrote the bo…
 
Professor Greg Marston (pictured) from the University of Queensland is the co-chair of the 2022 Basic Income Earth Network three-day congress coming up at the university's St Lucia campus on September 26-28. A host of information can be found on the congress website - BIEN 2022 Congress. Professor Marston has urged those from beyond academia to com…
 
New Zealand's PM, Jacinda Ardern discusses the challenges of climate change in The Guardian story "New Zealand’s flood-prone areas not ready to cope with climate crisis, Ardern says". It's been 30 years since Al Gore's book, "Earth in the Balance: Forging a New Common Purpose" (pictured) was published and it's still relevant and important reading. …
 
The David Suzuki Foundation tells us that Quebec has set the standard for the world by banning all future fossil fuel developments - "Quebec climate wins". Australia's Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance has set out to help the country's journalists better report on climate change through the webinar: "Climate reporting - every journos round". Ot…
 
Cambridge University's Vice-Chancellor, Professor Stephen J. Toope (pictured), talks here about his institution's world-leading divestment plans. Other climate links for today are: "World's first 'sand battery' can store heat at 500C for months at a time. Could it work in Australia?"; "Better than Buckleys: a real plan to tackle energy prices, clim…
 
A trio of authors, James Dyke, Robert Watson and Wolfgang Knorr, wrote an award-winning piece for The Conversation that was headed; "Climate scientists: concept of net-zero is a dangerous trap". Renowned climate activist, Greta Thunberg, heaped praise on the acticle saying it was one of the most important texts she had ever read on the climate and …
 
Lisa Cliff (pictured) is optimistic about Australia's future with regard to the climate crisis and believes that optimism will be evident at next month's Better Futures Australia Canberra forum. As the Program Director of Better Futures Australia, Ms Cliff urges people to explore the program and seriously contemplate being a part of the forum, eith…
 
Eighteen-year-old Jean Hinchliffe and lead singer with "Midnight Oil" and former politician, Peter Garrett, were co-guests at the 2022 Gandhi Oration organized by the University of New South Wales. And U.S. writer, Mary Annaïse Heglar shows how white supremacy is the throughline between the gun crisis and the climate crisis. Other climate links are…
 
A critical care doctor, Anna Gunz (pictured), is exploring the emotional pressures of climate change and discusses eco-anxiety in the CBC story - "Climate change is hurting our mental health. These researchers want to help". The rise of Neoliberalism equates with the worsening of climate change and that is explored here on a "Crazy Town" podcast. O…
 
Dr. Manasa Saripalli (pictured) is a Critical Care Resident at Melbourne's St Vincent’s hospital and, along with that, the convener of the 2022 national conference for Doctors for the Environment. The conference, "iDEA 2022", will be held soon at the University of Melbourne. "We know this (climate change) is a problem, but it's a massive problem an…
 
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