What does it take to unite politicians of all parties in a parliament to start working on finding real climate solutions? Ask New Zealand, because they have done it. While the Australian parliament has turned into a coal-clown circus of
“What arts can do is create a climate where action becomes necessary,” says festival director Guy Abrahams of the ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE festival which opened in Victoria, Australia, on 19 April 2017. In The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse, he explained
“Time for politicians to act”, said the scientists three decades years ago. But politicians didn’t think it was time. As this blogpost documents, through more than half a century, we – humanity – have chosen to ignore the warnings about global
16-minute radio interview with Sustainable Living Festival director Luke Taylor about his ambition for the festival that dares to mingle with “the mother of all issues” – the climate emergency. The interview was broadcasted in The Sustainable Hour on 8
Philip Sutton calls for a campaign to end all further climate damaging investments. Did anyone see the recent ABC Catalyst program on Coral Bleaching? “This summer, large parts of the Great Barrier Reef saw the hottest sea temperatures and the
Submission from Centre for Climate Safety to the Australian Government’s Joint Standing Committee on Treaties, Parliament House in Canberra, regarding the Paris Agreement treaty being considered, and regarding the actions the government must take to drive emergency-speed emissions reductions in
How do you get an entire school to talk about composting and waste with excitement and big smiles? How do you get kids started on the journey to become sustainability and energy literate – and towards an environmentally conscious behaviour?
On 8 April 2015 on 94.7 The Pulse, we move into unchartered waters asking questions about the choices we make in our daily lives. How do we live responsibly in a technological age? How do we make the best choices?
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“I want to do something for Geelong. Its got a great infrastructure. The facilities are all available here, the skilled labour is available. And of course, the cost of setting up something here is much lower than in Melbourne and