Robert McLean's Podcast

From small 'p' to capital 'P', Bill Chandler chances his arm in Kooyong

May 11, 2019 Season 2 Episode 118
Robert McLean's Podcast
From small 'p' to capital 'P', Bill Chandler chances his arm in Kooyong
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Robert McLean's Podcast
From small 'p' to capital 'P', Bill Chandler chances his arm in Kooyong
May 11, 2019 Season 2 Episode 118
Robert McLean/Bill Chandler
Bill Chandler discusses the reasons behond his nomination for Kooyong
Show Notes

Bill Chandler had never considered politics with a capital P, but became so disillusioned with the poor performance of Australia's coalition government, particularly in relation to climate change, or global warming as he prefers to call it, he decided to nominate for the Melbourne seat of Kooyong, which is presently held by the treasurer, Josh Frydenberg.
Climate change has long been on Bill's radar and he played-leading role in creating and setting up the climate activist group, Lighter Footprints.
He brings many skills to the role, among them sustainability, which he learned about and applied through his profession of urban design, which is something if applied correctly will help our communities address the rigours of global warming.



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