Quiet activism: the new way of fighting climate change
The IPCC report launched this month has brought a conversation about climate change, and different ways of fighting against it.
While some decide to protest publicly, some others decide to do it with small actions in their households, better known as quiet activism. These actions include gardening, avoiding plastic, among others, to have a long-term impact on climate change.
Produced By: Tom Mann, and Zoe Kounadis
Featured In Story: Donna Houston – Associate Professor at the School of Social Sciences from Macquarie University, and Jason Byrne – Professor of Human Geography and Planning at the University of Tasmania
First aired on The Wire, Friday, 27 August 2021