Mik Aidt’s presentation at the Geelong Green Drinks on 24 August 2016 » Suggestion: Start the player and listen while you take your time to browse through the photos below An audio recording of a ten-minute group workshop at the end
You can’t judge climate sceptics as if they are all the same. They come in various sizes and shapes, with different motivations, and we need to be able to distinguish sceptics from deniers, trolls from laggards. We have seen their
Climate change has become a national debate. The science agrees, yet many people still remain in doubt. The evidence is there; it seems that some of us just chose to ignore it. Weather records are being broken. 50°C degree heatwaves
[CLIMATIC ROOT TREATMENT] is a series of blogposts seeking to uncover and understand the deeper roots of society’s problems with taking appropriate action on the climate emergency, and to explore the advantages we could see once the action sets in.
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The Sustainable Hour visits the Pilliga forest in New South Wales where a group of activists are protesting against the company Santos which wants to extract gas there with the use of the controversial ‘fracking’ method. Whether we should allow
Listen to Bethany, Heather and Maria in The Bicycle Show on 14 November 2015 on 94.7 The Pulse as they interview Mik Aidt, 53 – a cycling Viking, or an exiled ‘Biking’, as he moved from Copenhagen to Geelong, Australia
Climate misinformation thrives in Australian media. The Australian Press Council has a stake in this. Along with other regulators and authorities, the Press Council fails to understand that the fatal climate crisis caused by an ongoing build-up in greenhouse gases
Check out Alex’s and Matt’s new solar-rap! It’s a ‘busker song’ to raise money to get solar panels up on their school’s roof to have the sun finance new sustainability education programs at the school in the next 20 years.