National Talkblack 190422

National Talkblack 190422

We had:

Paul Gamblin, Australian Marine Conservation Society campaigner talking about coral bleaching underway at Ningaloo-Exmouth Gulf is the warning we cannot ignore. Ocean and meteorological scientific agencies in Australia and the United States have issued alerts about higher than normal sea surface temperatures which will likely persist for weeks and move south along the WA coast, potentially bleaching corals at Exmouth Gulf, Ningaloo, Shark Bay, the Abrolhos Islands and beyond.

Ben Tyler, Charles Darwin University student talking about Bush tucker and big dreams for Bininj entrepreneurial CDU student. Territorian and Charles Darwin University (CDU) student Ben Tyler is inspiring his mob and other First Nations businesses to reclaim the native food industry in Australia with his business endeavour, Kakadu Kitchen.

Dr. Nicole Highet, Founder and Executive Director of COPE (Centre of Perinatal Excellence), talking about huge number of parents struggling with parenthood, anxiety and depression. Many people in the research said they felt alone and isolated. A number of people said they feared judgement by family, friends and health professionals. Some even feared losing their children.

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