We are in a dead-serious race against time when it comes to stopping our pollution of the atmosphere. Equally important is to share and spread the knowledge about how fast things are actually progressing in the right direction towards a
Guest in The Sustainable Studio on 11 October 2017 is Dan Cowdell from Geelong Sustainability. He is the project coordinator of Geelong’s first investor-financed community energy project. We also talk with Tom Hunt who is member of Citizens’ Climate Lobby,
What should the Geelong community’s ‘Zero Carbon Action Plan’ look like? Have your say! Also, write a letter to the editor of the Geelong Advertiser, and get involved on ‘Zero Emissions Day’, 21 September 2017 – the global 24-hour moratorium
From renewables procrastination and fear to action, and even a guitar and beer… Guest in the sustainable studio on 23 August 2017 is Suzie Brown from Ocean Grove who is one of the founders of Reenergise Geelong and speaker at
Today we talk community renewables, clever housing and star rating systems in The Sustainable Hour as the communities around Geelong and the Surf Coast are charging up for an energy transformation which is both clever and economical. “The key to
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.
In The Sustainable Hour on 17 May 2017 we talk with a group of international students from Dueli, the English Language Institute at Deakin University, and their teacher Kate Simpson about the excuses for our inaction on climate – and how
“[Offshore wind energy] has dropped 70 per cent in two years! The International Energy Agency thought that might have happened by 2030, 2040… It’s happened today. And that’s technology for you. That’s finance for you. That’s game over. But the
The Sustainable Hour of Power: Interviews with Peter Yacono, director of the documentary film ‘Our Power’, and Matt Purbrick, co-author of the book ‘Grown & Gathered’. Listen to The Sustainable Hour no. 160 on 94.7 The Pulse: » To open
The Sustainable Hour on 14 December 2016 looks at the rising electricity and water prices, an example of superb local sustainability leadership, climate action campaigning, plus… one of the “dumbest things” we have heard in federal politics in recent times.