A little while ago [I mentioned that I was interviewed](http://green-change.com/2009/04/23/my-first-podcast-interview/) for a podcast by Tim Denshire-Key.
Tim is a student from RMIT who has been travelling around Australia, checking out sustainability initiatives and interviewing people. He’s finally back home and working his way through the 50+ interviews he recorded. What a huge job!
Well, my turn has come and [my interview has been posted](http://upyourjumper.wordpress.com/2009/08/14/8-up-your-jumper-super-challenge-illawarra/).
I think Tim has done a pretty good job of editing my hour-plus of guff and waffle down to a tight 10-minute recording.
Please let me know what you think!
Congrats and great interview! I found it to be informative and entertaining (originally when I read it was 10 minutes long I thought it might be a bit long…but because the content and interview was interesting, it flew!)
Good on you!
Thanks Chrissy! I wish Tim could follow me around in real life and edit my waffle down on-the-fly! 🙂
Hi Darren Good to see u back blogging hope your mother in law is better now.. talk soon..
Thanks, Donna. She’s improving, but still has a long way to go. They still haven’t really diagnosed what’s wrong with her.
Sounds like you are doing some really good stuff Darren. Love to hear how the freezer / fridge conversion works out for you – was that inspired by the renew article about a year ago?
@Richard: The chest fridge is going well. It’s hardly using any power (about 0.3 kWh/day) and keeping everything perfectly cold. I’ve known about the chest fridge concept for a few years, but I did read that Renew article. Also the Mt Best site had some good info. In the end, though, it’s really just a simple matter of plugging it into a temperature controller and placing the temperature probe inside. Incredibly simple!
Darren thanks for your comment on my blog! I’m listening to the interview now and it is great!
Darren, wow, you’ve turned into a celebrity in the podcast! By the way, you looks great and the interview is awesome. Keep it up, my friend.
Fantastic to have you back blogging Darren – sorry to hear your mother in law has been unwell, we send her wishes of health 🙂
Your interview was just brilliant!!!! How I wish I could play it from the roof top of Council…it means so much to the project team to hear how much Sustainable Illawarra has meant to you and your family on your sustainability adventures…thank you!
Tims certainly been an an inspiring adventure of his own around Oz for his up your jumper project – we’ll have to keep checking out his site as he uploads his material.
Ally and Rich
@Ally and Rich: Thanks! It’s been a very hectic time, but it’s starting to settle down now. Maybe just email the interview to the Council managers (and also Shellharbour and Kiama Councils) :-). It is a great initiative, and I’d love to see more Councils around Australia do similar things. It’s certainly a model that should work anywhere. I’d also love to see it get some funding to continue locally.
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