Should you talk to your family about climate change?

+ LIVE show announcement!

G’day Fearmongers,

Each month on the A Rational Fear podcast feed we deliver you a Greatest Moral Podcast of Our Generation. Long form conversations with climate leaders.

This month we feature two great brains to help you deal with talking about climate change with your family at Christmas, Sarah Wilson and Dr. Rebecca Huntley.

If you think there’s even the slightest chance you’ll need talk about Emissions Trading Schemes with your uncle that listens only to 2GB, or feel like you may have to explain to a cousin that “baseload power” isn’t a thing, or tell your sister in law that a “gas led recovery” isn’t going to make electricity cheaper, then this is the podcast you’ll want to listen to.

Both Sarah and Rebecca give great insights into how to talk to people about climate change, and how you in turn can take action yourself.

Also in this podcast Linh Do and I rip into the month of climate news, and there is a lot of it.

Cheers

Dan Ilic

F**K IT WE’LL DO IT LIVE!

We’re turning 100! Which means we’re updating our will, and we’ll add you to it if you come to our 100th episode live show. It’s going to be a 90 minute celebration of the little satirical comedy podcast that could. Featuring some new and old friends of A Rational Fear.

Alice Fraser (The Bugle, The Last Post)
Sami Shah (ABC Melbourne)
Gabbi Bolt (TikTok)
Lewis Hobba (Tony Martin Look-a-like)
Dan Ilic (Romper Room)

+ 2-3 Special (big name) guests (we will book at the last minute.)

WHERE?: Giant Dwarf
WHEN?:
February 10th, 7:30pm-9pm
HOW?:
Buy Tickets Here
WHY?:
Best to buy a ticket first, and answer this question later.

PATREON 💸:

It costs a bit of money to make each episode of A Rational Fear — . If you enjoy our podcast, funny emails and important climate change conversations chip in here like a good sovereign citizen. We want to raise enough money we can start to make a video a month. If you believe in the work we’re doing chip in — www.patreon.com/arationalfear

Thanks to:

Big thanks to The Bertha Foundation, our Patreon Supporters and RODE Mics. Jacob Round.