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FIREKEEPERS OF KAKADU
Follow the oldest surviving culture on Earth, the Bininj people of Kakadu, as they work to maintain a 65,000-year-old culture, playing a vital role in saving biodiversity in a rapidly changing world.
These passionate and determined environmentalists held up a train in order to save their beloved endemic South West forests in the ‘90s, but now they’re back, and they need your help.
As the fashion industry desperately searches for new innovations and creative designers, people like Amanda Morglund are stepping forward with game-changing inventions we never could have predicted. Watch first-hand as Amanda Moglund – Copenhagen Youth Fashion Summit speaker, and the creative and scientific mind behind Mycelium Made – creates clothing from mushrooms.
Ever imagined eating food from bins? Meet Talitha, a non-profit sector worker who finds ways to make her dollar stretch by dumpster diving, rescuing and reclaiming unused food.
THE RIVER IS ME
Thanks to environmental campaigning, New Zealand’s Whanganui River is now legally recognised as a person, but where the river ends is up for debate.
A resilient crop-farmer endeavours to preserve his land, legacy and way of life in the face of Australia’s ongoing ‘big dry’.
PANEL SESSION Q&A
This screening includes a panel discussion with Bush Heritage Australia and land conservation panellists. See the EFFA website for more: www.effa.org.au
This session was made possible with the support of City of Darebin and Bush Heritage Australia.
Thursday 31st October