“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
The Danish energy company SE has produced six for an energy company rather unusual – sometimes emotional, sometimes humourous and a bit silly – short-films about climate change, climate despair and climate solutions, asking: “WTF DO WE DO WITH CLIMATE” “Please give
Some January 2017 notes with links and contemplations as we enter a new year and are confronted with governments’ increasingly absurd lack of response to the dangerous climate change disruption – the Great Turning, collapse, catastrophe, apocalypse or whatever you want
“We need each other more than ever.” Phil Baulch – in The Sustainable Hour “Less is a new more.” Simon Mulvani – in The Sustainable Hour Triggered by the epically stupid plan to build a toxic coal complex in the
Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 30 November 2016 – woooohooooooo! Show no 150 – are: Gilbert Rochecouste, managing director of Village Well (at 6:45–16:00), ABC RN radio journalist Gretchen Miller (20:45–37:15), and filmmaker David Lowe (37:30–50:25). And Rusty reports on
[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.
Climate change can be linked to increase in Australia’s suicide rates, a study shows. In this the 29th edition of The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse, we talk about what a city’s councillors could and should be doing in