An utterly offensive disgrace of last century’s technology that lost its social license to pollute long ago…? …or a company the city can be proud of? Viva Energy obviously thought it was worth thousands of dollars to see if they
“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
In The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse on 19 October 2016 we meet Dave Martin, a sustainable builder who started Small Giants and a concept of ‘sustainable apprenticeship’, we talk with Annie Raser-Rowland about her new book, ‘The Art
An hour’s podcast about Enviroweek and youth environmental action, plastic bag free towns, the eight million tonnes of plastic which are entering our oceans every year, and how we transition away from both single use plastic bags and fossil fuels.
Rewriting ‘The Australian Dream’ with a change of consciousness. Today we explore whether that journey to a more sustainable world which many of us would like to see our governments set out on, really must begin somewhere else: somewhere inside
…or rather, in the shell of a caravan. In a caravan camouflaged as an island, that is. A Maldivian island, threatened by rising sea water levels. Currently placed on Federation Square, the pumping heart of Melbourne. By a Dane. Confused?
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
Here is how you can contribute to build up a global map of environmental awareness. If we want to improve environmental awareness, it is important to understand the current situation: what is the level of environmental awareness in different countries