Dr Mary Graham explains aspects of the relationalist ethos and the law of mutual obligation:
“The environment looks after us, keeps us alive and keeps us human and then we are obliged to do that back. ”
Dr Michelle Maloney decolonises her own mind and has hints for others:
“What kind of culture thinks that trashing the joint and moving on is Ok ? and that’s what colonization has been”.
Dr Mary Graham a Kombu-merri and Wakka Wakka person from SE Queensland and Dr Michelle Maloney National Convenor, Australian Earth Laws Alliance are working on a book together titled: “Future Law”. How indigenous first laws, the relationist ethos and ecological governance can be a foundation for our future .”
This talk is one of the continuing Women's Climate Conversations. Their National Congress of Women is coming up in November
Adjunct Professor Dr Mary Graham (Kombu-merri and Wakka Wakka person from SE Queensland)
Thank you to Women's Climate Congress founding members Dr Janet Salisbury [also a Bee nerd] and Kirsten Anker for forming these interviews.
NEWSFLASH! Women's Climate Congress is hosting an upcoming:
National Congress of Women. Day One — Women Rising. Why Women? Why Now?
This week's show is #1317 and was produced by Bec Horridge
Megan Williams, Bec Horridge & Nicky Stott