#1331 A look into our frightening, fiery future (Australia Bushfires)

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Air Date 1/25/2020

Today we take a look at the climatic, political and social dynamics at play that have helped set the country of Australia ablaze both literally and figuratively

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SHOW NOTES

Ch. 1: My Brother Fled Australia’s Climate-Fueled Inferno Part 1 - The Mother Jones Podcast - Air Date 1-8-20

Australia’s grim warning to the world: our dangerous, climate-altered future is here, right now.

Ch. 2: Listener connections to the Australia Fires Part 1 - The Brian Lehrer Show - Air Date 1-14-20

Umair Irfan talks about the environmental and human costs of the fire, its connection to climate change, and why any Australians are frustrated with how their politicians are responding to the disaster.

Ch. 3: Massive Australian Wildfires And The Consequences Of Climate Change Part 1 - Diane Rehm On My Mind - Air Date 1-7-20

Diane talks with David Wallace-Wells, deputy editor at New York Magazine and author of “The Uninhabitable Earth.”

Ch. 4: My Brother Fled Australia’s Climate-Fueled Inferno Part 2 - The Mother Jones Podcast - Air Date 1-8-20

Michael Mann on Australia’s grim warning to the world: our dangerous, climate-altered future is here, right now.

Ch. 5: Climate Change, News Corp, and the Australian Fires - On the Media - Air Date 1-15-20

Damien Cave is the New York Times bureau chief in Sydney, and he recently wrote about "How Rupert Murdoch Is Influencing Australia's Bushfire Debate."

Ch. 6: Australian Fires and the Culture Wars - Behind the News, Jacobin Radio - Air Date 1-13-20

Writer Jeff Sparrow on the Australian fires.

Ch. 7: Massive Australian Wildfires And The Consequences Of Climate Change Part 2 - Diane Rehm On My Mind - Air Date 1-7-20

Diane talks with David Wallace-Wells, deputy editor at New York Magazine and author of “The Uninhabitable Earth.”

Ch. 8: The Green News Report - Air Date 1-14-20

Australia’s catastrophic bushfires cause $2 billion in damages; 2019 was the second hottest year ever recorded globally; PLUS: 150 arrested at Jane Fonda’s ‘Fire Drill Fridays’ climate protest

Ch. 9: Listener connections to the Australia Fires Part 2 - The Brian Lehrer Show - Air Date 1-14-20

Umair Irfan talks about the environmental and human costs of the fire, its connection to climate change, and why any Australians are frustrated with how their politicians are responding to the disaster.

Ch. 10: Commentary Australia On Fire & Stopping Green Colonialism - The Michael Brooks Show - AIr Date 1-14-20

The crisis in Australia & moving toward a GND.

VOICEMAILS

Ch. 11: Hacking your home screen - Annonymous from Connecticut

Ch. 12: Liberals and Progressives need to be a united front - Heather from Colorado

FINAL COMMENTS

Ch. 13: Final comments on why any coherent theory of change should bring progressives and Democrats together into a unified force

MUSIC (Blue Dot Sessions):

  • Opening Theme: Loving Acoustic Instrumental by John Douglas Orr
  • Milkwood - The Cabinetmaker
  • Denzel Sprak - CloudCover
  • Waltz and Fury - Macrame
  • The Spinnet - Castle Danger
  • A Path Unwinding - K4
  • One Dirty Sleeve - Wax Museum
  • Nuthatch - Feathers
  • Rafter - Speakeasy
  • Chrome and Wax - Ray Catcher
  • Voicemail Music: Low Key Lost Feeling Electro by Alex Stinnent
  • Closing Music: Upbeat Laid Back Indie Rock by Alex Stinnent

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