Guests in The Sustainable Hour no. 395 on 29 December 2021 is agricultural economist Jim Crosthwaite and a group of four and five year olds from Kardinia International College Preschool together with their teachers.Continue reading
Guests in The Sustainable Hour no. 395 on 29 December 2021 is agricultural economist Jim Crosthwaite and a group of four and five year olds from Kardinia International College Preschool together with their teachers.
In The Sustainable Hour no. 394 on 22 December 2021 we host The Consensus Institute’s pair in Cindy Eiritz and Mark Spain.
Guests in The Sustainable Hour no. 393 on 15 December 2021 are podcaster and comedian Dan Ilic and professor Stephen Bygrave, while our co-host Tony is getting arrested.
The emerging Independent movement is sensing the very real possibility of success at the next election.
Our guest in The Sustainable Hour no 392 on 8 December 2021 is Alan Taylor, a climate coach for the international health care company BUPA.
The Sustainable Hour no. 391 on 1 December 2021 with Bruce Shillingworth from Lore Enforcement, and Gabrielle Bond and Steven Hail from Modern Money Lab.
A councillor dancing in response to a decision made at an ordinary Council meeting is a rare sight to say the least. However, there was good reason for the extraordinary reaction as it happened in Geelong on 23 November 2021
Liquid Natural Gas, LNG, is a dangerous substance. This new film from Geelong Renewables Not Gas shows just how dangerous this is and which areas of Geelong could be impacted if there is an incident with either the LNG tankers or the floating gas terminal in Corio Bay.
Our guests in The Sustainable Hour no 390 are Pat Simons and Wendy Farmer from Friends of the Earth Melbourne’s Yes2Renewables campaign.
If a majority among the 11 Geelong councillors vote in favour on Tuesday, they will approve a plan to make Geelong a carbon-neutral community over the next 14 years.