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?
An hour around The People’s Solar and ‘green teams’ from two schools in Geelong. Guests in the studio: • Alex Houlston, Energy for the People • Aaron Lewtas, Surf Coast Energy Group • Alex Aidt, 9 years, member of the
Our guests in the 65th Sustainable Hour were Rob Gell and Christine Couzens. “The Chinese understand. We are laggards in Australia in our understanding. The media in particular. Journalists have really not chosen to inform themselves. There are very few
“We are putting climate change back on the agenda in Victoria”, climate minister Lisa Neville declared at the Australian Coastal Councils Conference last week, promising to make the Victorian state a national and international leader on the issue. In the
In the 63th Sustainable Hour we learn that the core of sustainability is just as much about connecting with your local community, having fun and living well as it is about protecting the environment and caring about our carbon pollution.
A Sustainable Hour about the advantages of “building green” when renovating old homes and building new houses, storing energy with thermal mass, learning about the latest research, about benefits of energy efficiency, finding out what is happening in the building
The 61st edition of The Sustainable Hour is coloured by the Sustainable Living Festival which currently runs in Geelong and Melbourne with more than 80 events. Dave Kerin gives us an update about the launch of the first Earthworker factory
Today, we look at a grand, green vision for the transition of a town of 210,000 residents and thousands of businesses to 100 per cent renewable energy – ‘REEnergise Geelong’. And we learn in detail about the ‘Sustainable Living Festival
The Sustainable Hour would like to thank everyone who supported our radio show in 2014. It was very much appreciated. Since we started broadcasting in October 2013, over 200 people have contributed to making The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The
A revolution is happening under our noses: We’re watching a bright green coalition begin to build a future that makes sense in our lifetime. Wind energy is now cheaper than coal. The only thing standing in the way for a