Making Waves is an independent podcast series seeking to amplify lesser heard perspectives on water.
For First Nations People, water is a sacred source of life. The rivers are the veins of Country, carrying water to sustain all parts of our landscape. The wetlands are the kidneys, filtering the water as it passes through the land. At the most fundamental level clean water is a basic need for healthy humans, animals, plants and aquatic environments. There are so many interesting (and sometimes competing) demands for water. This podcast explores water from a range of diverse perspectives - amplifying lesser heard voices.
The five episodes highlight the importance of water for First Nations people, identify some valuable resources available that are helping to change the way water is managed in Australia, and give an insight into the incredibly rich history and water knowledge that First Nations people have developed over thousands of years.
Listen to the podcast series on Sound Cloud:
Visit the Making Waves Podcast website here.
With thanks to: Greater Western Water, Hunter Water, Icon Water, SA Water, Sydney Water, TasWater, Unitywater, Water Corporation and Yarra Valley Water who supported production of the series.
The Making Waves podcast was created over a 2 year period spanning mid 2020 to mid 2022. The views and perspectives presented are those of the individuals speaking. They do not necessarily represent the views of the organisations associated with individuals or the funders and supporters.
Making Waves Launch