The Lismore floods showed Dee "We cant rely on the government to come and help us. "

Sunday, 24 July 2022 - 11:00am to 11:30am
Dee in her kitchen

Dee Mould tells how she clambered  into a boat and rescued people through windows and from rooftops during the dark night the Lismore floodwater kept rising . 

She lost almost all her things to the filthy flood water. To protest against government inaction to reduce CO2 and climate chaos, Dee travelled to Sydney and  dumped flood damaged possessions outside Scott Morrisons house .

Dee has found her activist community to be a key source of support as she first cleaned and rebuilt her own house,  and now helps others get a warmer home with the Insulate Lismore community project. 

Contributions to Insulate Lismore can be made here: Fundraiser by Dee Mould : Insulate lismore (

Music :  Kryatjurr of Desert Ahd   "Unbearable Nightmares of Heat and Desertification " albumn

               the track: "Ghosts of Rotting Ecosystems Haunt our Refuge ".

               find them  on Bandcamp at :

             Soundbed: Blossum Collumn. Bass guitar:  Richard Ploog, Vocals: Bec Horridge.

Earth Matters  #1358 was produced by Bec Horridge

A banner that's painted in the aboriginal flag colours. The banner says Always Was Always Will Be
Sunday 11:00am to 11:30am
Local and global environmental issues from grassroots, activist perspectives with a strong social justice focus. Distributed nationally on the Community Radio Network.


Megan Williams, Bec Horridge, Nicky Stott, Eiddwen Jeffery, Judith Peppard & Jacob Gamble.