(This post has been re-published on the environmental blog, 1 Million Women). For the past several years, the subject of balloons has occupied a large proportion of my thoughts. It started in 2014 when I was nearing the end of my masters degree. I was doing a study on micro bats and utilising CT scanning technology. […]
Brisbane-based animal lover, Wildlife Science grad student, Angel Therapy Practitioner, aspiring minimalist, and speaker.
Entries by Carly
(This post has also been published on 1 Million Women). For years I have been interested in minimalism and the concept of pairing down one’s physical possessions and filling the vacant spaces they leave behind with meaningful life experiences. I am also attracted to one of the major side benefits of minimalism whereby where one […]
Coming to terms with the health of the Great Barrier Reef (This post has also been published by 1 Million Women under the alternate title, “Why I Won’t Give Up Fighting For Our Great Barrier Reef”) Do you ever find yourself avoiding environmental reality? For months – years – I had been tuning out to a lot […]
Hey guys! Well after a two year labour of love, we have finally almost finished production on the marine wildlife documentary Rubber Jellyfish. As most of you know, Rubber Jellyfish explores the effects of balloon release ceremonies on the environment and the lengths to which the international balloon industry has gone to mislead consumers about […]
How exciting, we have received a $1300 grant recently from the which offers seed money to change makers fighting for social and/or environmental justice. This has allowed us to bring on board a National Geographic editor to assist in our work-in-progress documentary about balloons and ocean wildlife! We are still fund raising for costs needed to […]