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Zali Steggall

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UTS 4 Climate | After the Fires: Bob Carr in conversation with Zali Steggall and Martijn Wilder

Climactic

Climactic thanks the Impact Studios team for allowing us to share this five-part series with you. The devastating effects of the 2019-2020 bushfires saw Australian communities ravaged by the impacts of climate change. Many viewed the tragedy as a long overdue wake-up call, and one that should spur rapid action to address the ecological challenges facing us. But as the ash settles, what will the next steps for climate policy look like in an Australia reeling from a catastrophic fire season? In this not to be missed conversation, hear from UTS industry professor Bob Carr who is joined by Independent MP for Warringah, Zali Steggall OAM, elected in 2019 on a platform of pursuing national climate action. Zali is joined by Martijn Wilder, a world leader in climate law and sustainable investing who believes Australia could lead the way in the race to decarbonise. UTS 4 Climate is a five-part podcast series bringing together leading thinkers from politics, economics, science and journalism to continue the conversation on climate change. This audio series creates a space to explore climate change from all angles and find practical answers to what we can do to address the climate crisis and secure our futures. The series is hosted by marine science student Erika Wagner, who works at the Institute for Sustainable Futures. Erika introduces listeners to a range of fascinating conversations held in 2020 by Professor the Honourable Bob Carr, NSW’s longest-serving Premier, former Foreign Minister of Australia and UTS Industry Professor of Climate and Business. Hear from a diverse range of guests on where Australia has gone wrong on our approach to climate, opportunities to reduce carbon emissions, how to talk about climate in a way that makes a difference, and what it will take to achieve a sustainable future. This podcast was made by Impact Studios at UTS in collaboration with the Institute for Sustainable Futures.Support the show: https://www.climactic.fm/p/support-the-collective/

37mins

6 Feb 2021

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#23 Zali Steggall - Olympics to politics and action on climate

The Fair Food Forager & Friends Show

Zali Steggall OAM now an independent MP for the seat of Warringah on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. Winning the seat from from former Prime Minister Tony Abbott in 2019. Zali is also Australia's most successful alpine skier, winning bronze in slalom at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, plus a World Championship gold medal in 1999. She is Australia's first individual medalist, first female medalist, and only medalist in alpine skiing. With a BA in communications and media Zali then studied law, becoming a solicitor. She was then admitted to the NSW Bar as a barrister in 2008.As this podcast was being edited Zali was introducing the Climate Change (National Framework for Adaptation and Mitigation) Bill 2020, A Net Zero emissions target by 2050 The Act will enable Australia to make an immediate, positive and nationally supported response to the risks, challenges and opportunities of climate change. Please give it your support.https://climateactnow.com.auhttps://www.zalisteggall.com.auhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPvD6iax9GbBDvJp4DazIKwhttps://twitter.com/zalisteggallhttps://www.instagram.com/zalisteggall/https://www.facebook.com/Zali4Warringah/#fairfoodforagerapp - @zalisteggallHelp us make the showSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/fairfoodforager)

1hr 11mins

19 Nov 2020

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Better Than Yesterday, with Osher Günsberg

Zali Steggall is a former World Champion skiier and Olympic Medalist, who is the current Independent Member for Warringah in New South Wales.She will be presenting her Climate Change Bill to the House on November 9.Please support this vital bill by contacting your local MP and urging them to vote for it, and add your name to the nearly 100,000 Australians in support at www.climateactnow.com.auSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1hr 9mins

1 Nov 2020

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Zali Steggall on the EPBC Act & Climate Act

Environmental as Anything Interviews

Federal Member for Warringah Zali Steggall hasjust returned from a sitting fortnight in parliament where the Scumo  regime rammed its gutting of the Environmental Protectiona and Biodiversity Protection Act under cover of the Covid19 pandemic. She speaks to us about the flaws in the new act and the process and about her proposed amendments which were not even debated. She also explains how the proposed Climate Change Act can ensure there are equitable, transparent and science-based plans to address the impacts of climate change, prevent worsening consequences and take advantage of economic opportunities. https://climateactnow.com.au/ Music Mick Daley "In the Right Place at the Right Time" (Accoustic Demo)--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/environmental-as-anything/message

26mins

5 Sep 2020

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2040 | "Rebuilding with Climate in Mind" - with Zali Steggall

Climactic

Recently 2040 director Damon Gameau and Independent MP Zali Steggall for Warringah shared a livestream. They explored how we can ensure government accountability during COVID-19, how we #BuildBackBetter, and the importance of a Climate Change Act for Australia. Thanks to the 2040 team for allowing us to share this adaptation of the webinar with you.  www.climateactnow.com.au https://whatsyour2040.com/ https://www.facebook.com/2040Film/videos/1182373688809818/ https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/climactic-657824/episodes/2040-x-climactic-school-strike-49009706 https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/climactic-657824/episodes/the-regennarration-2040-with-d-42543972Support the show: https://www.climactic.fm/p/support-the-collective/

50mins

30 May 2020

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The role of climate action in rebuilding after the pandemic with Zali Steggall

Follow The Money

In this episode we talk to Zali Steggall, the independent member for Warringah, about the role of climate action in rebuilding after the pandemic, with Richie Merzian the director of the Australia Institute's Climate & Energy program. Visit tai.org.au for all our latest research and analysisHost: Ebony Bennett // @ebony_bennettGuests:Zali Steggall // @zalisteggallRichie Merzian // @RichieMerzianProducer: Jennifer Macey.Theme music is by Jonathan McFeat from Pulse and Thrum

59mins

21 May 2020

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Zali Steggall: The goal that will define Australia’s next century, Net Zero by 2050

Good Future

Zali Steggall is not your usual politician. She defeated ex-Prime Minister Tony Abbott to take office last year, and now she’s shepherding a Climate Change Bill through parliament that has the potential to define Australia’s next century.Her Bill doesn’t define policy or technology, instead it acts as a roadmap. At its core, it has the goal of getting emissions to Net Zero by 2050.She’s garnered support from all sides, and for business, it offers stability and certainty that has been sorely lacking, and which is vital for making long-term investment and capital decisions.Zali Steggall is the Federal member for Warringah, she’s independent so she’s not beholden to any party. Zali is a lawyer, but before that she was in fact an Olympic skier. In Nagano she won a bronze medal, Australia’s first individual winter Olympic medal. She’s clearly no stranger to winning, but she may still have her biggest challenge ahead of her. You see, Zali is taking a new Bill to parliament, it’s called the Climate Change Bill. This conversation was originally organised as part of the RIAA Conference, that’s the Responsible Investment Association of Australasia. But, like so many other events, it was postponed in the wake of the covid-19 crisis. Zali talked a little about how her community is handling the Corona virus, as well as how frustrated she is by the conduct of some commentators. We talked about the need to address climate change after a lost decade of political inaction, and she explained that this issue has increasing support from members on both sides of the parliament, from business, land holders and greenies alike.This is about cleaning up our environment, but it’s also about catching-up, across innovation, renewable power, productivity and efficiency. Things that are already proving to define this new decade. All the show notes are on my website www.Johntreadgold.comEnjoy

36mins

23 Mar 2020

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Zali Steggall on getting to zero net emissions – Australian politics live podcast

Australian Politics

Independent MP for Warringah, Zali Steggall, is seeking bipartisan support for a climate change bill aimed at transitioning Australia to a decarbonised economy. Katharine Murphy sits down with Steggall to discuss her adjustment into politics, whether the bill can pass the upcoming conscience vote, and if modern Liberal voters are willing to embrace climate policy

32mins

28 Feb 2020

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Zali Steggall took on the patriarchy and won

Finding Fearless with marie claire

Zali Steggall first burst into the Australian psyche back in 1998 when she became the first ever Australian to win a medal at a Winter Olympics - winning a Bronze in the slalom at Nagano. Fast forward 20-years and she came back to public life with a bang as the woman who famously toppled ex-Prime Minister Tony Abbott from the electorate seat he had held for 25 years. Now the Abbott-slayer is on the verge of becoming the face of climate change in our federal parliament, and she joins marie claire to talk about all of it...See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

28mins

24 Jan 2020

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Grant addresses his take-down by New Idea, Zali Steggall talks overthrowing Tony Abbott and two of Sydney’s biggest Game Of Thrones fans “experience” the finale with a twist…

2DayFM Breakfast with Grant, Ed & Ash!

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56mins

21 May 2019

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