“If you want to join us in striking, you could walk out of school, like us, in November and go and sit outside a politician’s office with your own climate strike sign,” writes Harriet and Milou, who – inspired by
Are you watching? There is a European youth uprise unfolding. Its impact is still modest and ‘under the radar’ among Australian youth, but it is making headlines and front cover stories in Europe. You can follow it on social media
The world is changing fast. If we don’t keep track of the changes, we lose out on the opportunities we have right in front of our nose to transform, transition, change and improve our city, our homes and our lives.
“…and this is why I am calling on civil society and young people in particular to campaign for climate action.” ~ Antonio Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations, 10 September 2018 “What is still missing is the sense of
“If grown-ups don’t give a shit about my future, I won’t either.” ~ Greta Thunberg “I don’t care if I get into trouble at school. I believe that one person can make a difference.” ~ Greta Thunberg, 15-year-old Swedish student
We had planned to present you with an hour about regenerative farming practices, healthy soils and carbon drawdown solutions. But then the Swedish teenage-oracle Greta Thunberg stepped into our lives, and The Sustainable Hour on 5 September 2018 morphed into
We have entered September in the year 2018, and as these warming stripes illustrate, the climate which has been a steady backdrop to life on our planet for thousands of years, is beginning to change. If you are among those
In August 2018, a global heat shock wave saw media turn a notch on the climate change apocalypse beat [Climatic clippings post no 6 in 2018] Some of you will think you are too busy to pay attention to this.
Video recording of the first part of the interview with professor John Agar in The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse on 8 August 2018 In this live radio interview, professor John Agar is for the first time bringing his
Climatic clippings of July-August 2018 Death Valley in California has just set a scary record for “hottest month ever recorded on our planet”. The last months have brought massive wildfires and record numbers dying from heat stress. But here is something