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Nov 10, 2018

Research into the future of Australia’s great Southern Reef shows that our kelp forest habitats are in trouble. Even under the most optimistic scenarios, ocean warming is likely to case substantial kelp loss by 2100. What does this mean for the fish, invertebrates and other marine life that depend on kelp forests...


Nov 3, 2018

Over the last week some of the world’s heavy hitters in marine conservation gathered at the 2018 ‘Our Ocean’ Conference in Bali, where a very exciting announcement was made that our own Wilson's Promontory Marine National Park was awarded a Platinum Global Ocean Refuge status. We’ll speak with Parks Victoria...


Oct 27, 2018

Over the last week folks around the world have gone a bit ga-ga over extremely rare footage of a creature known as the ‘headless chicken seamonster’. The Australian Antarctic Division says this is the first time the unusual variety of sea cucumber has been filmed in the Southern Ocean, and only the second sighting...


Oct 7, 2018

Anote Tong is the former president of Kiribati (pronounced ‘Kiribas’), a nation in Micronesia on the brink of disappearing from continually rising sea levels. Now an acclaimed environmental campaigner, Anote Tong fronts an international campaign to highlight the impending catastrophe for his nation. His...


Sep 23, 2018

We cross live to our Baykeeper Neil Blake for a live-on-location report and update from the Moonee Ponds Creek Paddle Against Plastic below the Bolte bridge.
Then Darren Cottam from EPA Victoria joins us to talk about ‘Drain Detectives’, a new program where you can play a role in monitoring beaches in Sandringham,...