This episode, produced by journalism students from Deakin University and Southern Cross University, hears from people who are helping others and, by extension, helping the planet.
We delve into the world of Depop to explore if the movement is helping to curb our fast-fashion ways.
We also follow Ten-Cent Tom, a guy who is building a recycling business one aluminium can at a time, with the aim of employing people with disabilities just like him.
This episode also explores the complex issues of loneliness, identity crisis and voluntary assisted dying.
Hosts: Curtis Baines and Georgia Dunne
‘Walking Away From Loneliness’ – Reporter: Jason Gunst (Deakin)
‘The Pace of Fashion’ – Reporter: Olivia Lowes (Deakin)
‘Identity Crisis’ – Reporter: Meghan Fernandes (Deakin)
‘Life Choices’ – Reporter: Naomi Newcombe (Deakin)
‘Ten-Cent Tom’ – Reporter: Lauren Munro (Southern Cross)
Audio editor: Christopher Scanlon
Executive Producer: Alison McAdam
More stories from Deakin University:
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‘Downtown Boogie’ – Bryan Teoh
'Solo Acoustic Guitar’ – Jason Shaw
‘Heartbeat’ – b-train
‘Groundwork’ – Kevin MacLeod
‘Simple Love Song’ – Sasha
‘Little Hero’ – LexinMusic
‘Remembering You’ – Equilibrio
'Wake Up' - vitaminsound