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AMplify: Episode 16, Trailblazers Talks live – Gaby Kenndard
Aviator Gaby Kennard recorded live at the Australian Museum as part of the Trailblazers Talks series presented by Australian Geographic.
AMplify: Episode 15, Phil Gordon
Australian Museum CEO and Executive Director Kim McKay in conversation with the AM's Aboriginal Heritage Project Officer.
AMplify: Episode 14, Paul Flemons
The AM's Digital Collections and Citizen Science manager speaks about the world-leading digitisation project, DigiVol.
AMplify: Episode 13, Trailblazers Talks live – Tim Flannery
An evening with celebrated explorer, scientist, communicator and former Australian of the Year.
AMplify: Episode 12, Mark McGrouther
To the Collection Manager of the fourth largest type collection of fishes in the world, Sydney Harbour is a marine jewel.
AMplify: Episode 11, Dr Richard Major (part two)
Our podcast this week features the AM's ornithologist discussing citizen science projects Hollows as Homes and Wingtags.
AMplify: Episode 10, Dr Jodi Rowley part 2
The AM's amphibian biologist discusses rainforest expeditions, frogs that sing like birds and the crucial role they play in the ecosystem.
Live at the AM podcast: HumanNature 2019 – Tony Birch
Listen to Aboriginal poet and novelist Tony Birch as he explores how First Nations ecological knowledge could help mitigate the impacts of climate change.
Live at the AM podcast: HumanNature 2019 – Lesley Green
Lesley Green (University of Cape Town) considers how environmentalism squares with anti-racism and social justice in the sourcing of `green’ commodities from the sands of South Africa.
Live at the AM podcast: HumanNature 2019 – Craig Santos Perez
Experience the award-winning eco-poetry of Craig Santos Perez from the University of Hawaiʻi, as he reflects on the vital role of Pacific literature in the environmental movements of Oceania.