Program 54: Climate change and Anangu land (part one)

Posted on 16 July 2012 under Radio Programs.
Tags: animals, climate change & land management
Radio Program 54

On today’s program, we play the first part of an extended interview with Leonard Cohen from Canopy, an organisation that helps people measure, manage and reduce carbon emissions. In this part of the interview, Leonard explains what carbon is and how it’s released into the atmosphere. He also discusses some of the activities Anangu could undertake to reduce carbon emissions, including the culling of feral camels.

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