Stories of Change Episode 8 - We all have a role in making the changes we need, regardless of our expertise, employment or power.
In this final episode of season one, we meet the ever-inspiring Maggie Cowling who comes to us from Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung country. She works as a translator and painter and is a mother of two teenagers. She has been facilitating climate conversations since 2019 and has hosted 43 conversations with a collective impact of having reached 300 people! Join Kirtana and Maggie for an informative conversation, filled with practical tips on how you can join in on climate action.
"It has been such a rewarding experience with a supportive, fun bunch of people from all over Australia."
Maggie is a translator and painter and mum of 2 teenagers. She's always had a love of our natural world, clean air and healthy environment. When her children were just babies, she took them on climate rallies in Melbourne and hoped this massive global problem would be resolved on a massive global scale. A decade or so later, still no solutions, and she realised we all have a role in making the changes we need, regardless of our expertise, employment or power. Having attended a friend’s hosting of a C4C conversation and read Drawdown, she felt really positive about joining a group that had a sound philosophy, and a role she felt capable of filling as a volunteer facilitator.