TGoG Podcast 053 – A Gen Y’s Perspective of Sustainable Living with Amy Webber

TGOG podcast logo new 1400 v2It is great to get a different perspective from the younger generation. Today we talk to Amy Webber who last appeared in Episode 10, some four years ago.

Since finishing university, she pursued a career as a high school teacher and heads up the Humanities department of a local school and is passionate about educating kids.  I am very proud of her.

She has a very interesting view of Gen Y and the Millennial generations with respect to climate change and energy descent.

My daughter also makes me blush during this episode when she tells me that she is very excited to see me finally present at the Sustainable Living Festival, and proud of all the things I have done.  Enough to make this old bloke tear up.

On a side note, this post is #1500.  That is quite an personal achievement, which I am quite proud of.  Who would have thought when I started it, that this blog would grow so large!

 

Amy and Ben at Armageddon

Amy and Ben at Armegeddon – Melbourne 2013

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Until next time, stay green and keep keen!

 

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