Tune in to 3CR Breakfast from Monday 16 November to Saturday 28 November between 8-8:30am for regular reports, interviews and commentaries in the lead up to the People's Climate March (Friday 27 November, State Library, 5.30pm) and COP21 (the UN conference on climate change in Paris on 30 November).
Produced by the author of the How To Make Trouble and Influence People: Pranks, Protests, Graffiti & Political Mischief-Making From Across Australia book and regular contributor to 3CR's Seeds of Dissent calendars, this 2016 diary features 366 radical dates in Australian history as well as dozens of images and stories. Just $15 here. All profits go to 3CR and Ecuador's Los Cedros Biological Reserve.
This week Lost In Science explores groundbreaking work on parasitic diseases of the developing world. Engineer, Dr. Nicky Eshtiaghi, discusses her investigation into new ways to use human waste genereated by our cities. And have you ever wondered why silver is only ever second prize when it's so useful? Find out Here.