Rainforest Rescue on ABC Radio’s Nightlife

 In Media, News

I normally spend my Sunday nights resting up and getting ready for the week ahead. So it was a welcome surprise to be invited to join Suzanne Hill, on the Nightlife Program on ABC Radio, for a brief interview on their Grassroots segment about Rainforest Rescue’s work.

Suzanne and I had a fantastic talk about the Daintree – why it’s special, what challenges it’s facing, and why we should be protecting it. She also gave me a chance to tell the listeners about just a few of our current initiatives, including the new nursery that we’re currently planning, which will help increase the footprint of the Daintree. That project is going to add important habitat and buffer for the heart of the rainforest, which is one of the best things we can do to help gird against global warming. 

I hope it was both informative and entertaining…and if you found it so, please let us know – and share it with your friends. We’re really grateful for every helping hand we get that brings more people to the cause of protecting rainforests.

You can listen to the full 18-minute audio clip right here:

Thanks to Suzanne Hill and ABC Radio’s Nightlife Program for having me!

For the rainforests,

Branden Barber, CEO, Rainforest Rescue

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