Can an entire region transform to being self-supplied by 100 per cent renewable energy in less than ten years? Yes, explains Søren Hermansen from Denmark who spearheaded his island’s efforts to become energy independent and even a clean energy exporter.
The Danes are not the happiest people on the planet because they cycle as much as they do, and on a daily basis. What makes them so satisfied with their lives is that they live in a society which values
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
“Let’s make sustainability fun!”. “It’s got to be about action!” These were two of the numerous suggestions by four speakers who gave inspriring presentations at the event ‘Sustainability in schools – preparing the next generation’ in Geelong on 28 May
On 27 April 2014, 94.7 The Pulse broadcasted live – powered by a biogas generator – from the Renew Geelong Picnic 2014 in Geelong’s Eastern Park, where over 150 citizens gathered to celebrate Earth Day and its Green Cities theme of
Could Geelong become Australia’s ‘cleantech capital’? Or the ‘green roof capital’? Already there are a couple of initiatives happening in the city in regard to cleantech technologies and green roofs, and the potential is there, we learned from the speakers
On Wednesday 28 August 2013, around 90 sustainability-minded citizens of Geelong met for a ‘green drink’ at Beav’s Bar. Councillor Andy Richards was the keynote speaker, while Suzette Jackson introduced the ‘Smarter Homes Meetup & Seminar’ Cr Andy Richards launches
On this page you can listen to each of the speakers as well as the public debate at the Geelong Cycling Forum which was held at Beav’s Bar in Geelong in southern Australia on 15 June 2013. • Introduction by