The podcast where better is definitely better than bigger.
Do you think growing infinitely on a finite planet is an oxymoron? If the answer is yes, then this podcast is for you.
In each episode of the Post-Growth Australia Podcast (PGAP), host Michael Bayliss talks to experts to unpack the notion of post-growth societies and what this means for us, for future generations and for the planet.
Each episode will also play an environmental themed song from local artists.
PGAP is made possible by the support of Sustainable Population Australia (SPA).
September 16th, 2020 | Season 1 | 51 mins 55 secs
anitra nelson, degrowth, post-growth, retrosuburbia, shared living, town planning rebellion
Degrowth? What does it mean? Is it about austerity and deprivation? Or is it about community, collaboration and unshackling ourselves from the matrix of the growth economy into a world that is more equitable, liveable and sustainable? According to Anitra Nelson – definitely the latter!
September 4th, 2020 | Season 1 | 44 mins 30 secs
For the 06th episode of Post Growth Australia Podcast, we thought it was prime time to connect with the Post Growth Institute (PGI) themselves. After all, no post-growth advocate worth their salt should go through life without connecting with this wonderful, tireless hub of connectors and game changers at some point. Being the incredible international net workers they are, PGAP had the opportunity to speak with their Partnerships Manager, Kenyan born and raised Robert Wanalo.
August 20th, 2020 | Season 1 | 47 mins 27 secs
counting backwards, derrick jensen, earth overshoot day, post-growth
Well the good news is that Earth Overshoot Day arrived later this year on August the 22nd than it did in 2019 on July the 29th. The bad news is that this is due to COVID, not because of much concerted effort on part of the dominant economic paradigm. Earth Overshoot Day is always a sobering, soul-searching time for host Michael Bayliss, so what better way to go about it than to soul-search with one of the most thoughtful and articulate (and famous) environmentalist and authors of our time, Derrick Jensen?
August 5th, 2020 | Season 1 | 37 mins 53 secs
aela, anthropocentric, ecocentric, michelle maloney, nena, population, post-growth, shock octopus
Since colonization, the human race has been blinded by the delusion that we are separate, above and beyond all other species to whom we share the planet. As we enter the decade of consequence, PGAP interviews Dr Michelle Maloney, who has dedicated her life to unpacking these myths and provides some insight into what an earth-centred society might look like.
July 18th, 2020 | Season 1 | 50 mins 14 secs
dave gardner, joao abegao, jude perl, post-growth, world population balance, world population day, wpd
World Population Day has passed but its legacy continues! In part B of our world population day special, PGAP travels (virtually) to the USA to speak with Dave Gardner from World Population Balance and to Portugal to talk with the academic João Abegão. We are also serenaded by the song 'Let's Hang Out' by child free comedian Jude Perl.
July 10th, 2020 | Season 1 | 44 mins 8 secs
8 billion angels, bob carr, chase africa, ian lowe, katharine betts, paul collins, world population day
For world population day 2020, PGAP interviews game changers from across the globe who advocate for population sustainability and for women's choice and empowerment.
July 2nd, 2020 | Season 1 | 56 mins 48 secs
What is the steady state economy why is it better than the growth economy we already have?
For the first episode of Post-Growth Australia Podcast, host Michael Bayliss is joined by Jonathan Miller (steady state ACT) and Martin Tye (CASSE) who explain why the steady state economy is every bit as interesting and dynamic as what we have now, just MUCH better for the future of the planet.