Down to Earth
Down to Earth | Podcast
Every fortnight Associate Professor Kurt Iveson of the University of Sydney joins Alex Pye to discuss urban environmental issues and the different ways we can make our cities fairer and more sustainable places.
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First broadcast fortnightly on Thursdays 10am, as part of Mornings with Alex Pye.
16.11.17 - Sexuality In The City
02.11.17 - Sustainable Fashion
19.10.17 - Obesogenic Cities
21.09.17 - Redeveloping Industrial Areas
Associate Professor Kurt Iveson and Alex Pye discuss the potential effects of redevelopment in creative and industrial areas.
The first unofficial Down To Earth book club! We learn all about Cli-Fi or climate fiction. Associate Professor Kurt Iveson gave us his hottest recommendations including the works of Cory Doctorow and a whole bunch more.
03.08.17 - Universal Basic Income
20.07.17 - Housing Affordability
29.06.17 - Bus Privatisation
Associate Professor Kurt Iveson and Alex Pye talked all about bus privatisation and how it might impact us and they way we travel using public transport in Sydney.
15.06.17 - Solar Powered Beer
Associate Professor Kurt Iveson and Alex Pye are joined by April Crawford-Smith from community energy provider Pingala. Pingala are providing the Newtown community with access to solar energy and have also teamed up with local beer makers Young Henry's.
01.06.17 DIY Compost and Worm farming
Alex Pye and Associate Professor Kurt Iveson talk about making your own top soil from food scraps and farming worms, even in the smallest of spaces.
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