This episode of the Green Flame is an interview with Kim Hill, a permaculture design teacher based on the South East coast of New South Wales, and Joanna Pinkiewicz, a women’s rights activist and environmental activist, based in Tasmania. We discuss the Australian bush fires, the role of fire in the landscape, indigenous land management practices, land defense, grief rituals and nature connection, and the likelihood that corporations and developers with backing from the government will open up fire-affected land to development and mining. Two of DENNI’s songs are included with permission: Trees and Wise Ones.
- Naomi Wolf speaking about the Aus/NZ/US firefighting agreement and disaster capitalism the wake of the fires https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=i6lsD8MyHCM
- Mutual Aid Disaster Relief, a network and resources for organising autonomous response to disasters: https://mutualaiddisasterrelief.org/
- Kim’s articles on the corporate influence on the climate movement: https://firstname.lastname@example.org/unpacking-extinction-rebellion-part-i-net-zero-emissions-5a5eed68d9ce
DENNI’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/denni420/
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The Green Flame is a Deep Green Resistance podcast offering revolutionary analysis, skill sharing, and inspiration for the movement to save the planet by any means necessary. Our hosts are Max Wilbert and Jennifer Murnan.