Uncle Bob Randall speaks out about our suicidal civilization in the new independent activist film, Surviving Earth. Alongside a distinguished cast including Prof. Tim Flannery, Ian Dunlop, Prof. Ian Lowe, Prof. Roger Short, Prof. David Lindenmayer, David Holmgren and the surprising Bindi Irwin among others. Directed by Peter Charles Downey. A United Natures Media and Peter Erb Media production. Coming in October 2014.
Some in the mainstream media have begun sharpening their knives ahead of the release of, Surviving Earth featuring Bindi Irwin (daughter of the late Steve Irwin - crocodile hunter) as the voice of youth among a scholarly cast including, Prof. Tim Flannery, Ian Dunlop, Prof. Ian Lowe and Uncle Bob Randall. Directed by Peter Charles Downey and made in Melbourne, Australia by United Natures Media and Peter Erb Media the independent movie style documentary brings environmental and humanitarian activism to mainstream.
How universal suffrage entrenches vested interests, and what to do about it — by Gavin R. Putland.
Does Tony Abbott expect to win votes by promising to give away Australia's mineral resources more cheaply than Kevin Rudd? No, he expects to win material support from the mining industry, which in turn will help him to win the election on other issues, with the result that the mining industry gets the policy it wants.