The Ripple Effect from The Clean Collective / Conversation 5: Ocean conservation and aboriginal culture with Madison Page

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"Turtle populations are declining and they’re becoming mainly female. What happens to cultural knowledge then? That’s something I want Murriyan to let people know - the environment’s degrading, that’s happening, but also what’s the effect of that on our First Nation people. Because we’d be losing culture."

What were you doing when you were 21? Madison Page was starting a non-profit to promote ocean conservation, tackle climate change and the cultural divide between aboriginal and colonial Australia. Dayum lady! Pretty awesome. 

In this episode, Roland chats with Murriyan founder and all-round legend Madii Page about tackling climate change and bridging the cultural divide between aboriginal and colonial Australia, as well as movies, food, marine biology and The Wiggles. Intrigued? You'd better give it a listen. 

Read Madii's open letter to Gladys Berejiklian HERE

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