An existential Sustainable Hour with James McLennan, education program manager at The Farmer’s Place and ResourceSmart Schools coordinator, talking about climate change, leadership, kids with ‘nature deficit disorder’, the idea of taking fossil fuel executives bushwalking and how 60 out
Our guest in The Sustainable Hour on 6 September 2017 is Mark Dekker, who is an urban planner, organic farmer, youth outreach worker and Transition Street mobiliser. We also play a short excerpt from a speech held by the Victorian
Guests in the studio: Daniel ‘Sully’ Sullivan, Sarah Hathway and Lois Newman. Prerecorded interview: Tim Flannery, author. More info below. Listen to The Sustainable Hour no. 136 on 94.7 The Pulse: » To open or download this programme in mp3-format,
Climate change has become a national debate. The science agrees, yet many people still remain in doubt. The evidence is there; it seems that some of us just chose to ignore it. Weather records are being broken. 50°C degree heatwaves
How do you get an entire school to talk about composting and waste with excitement and big smiles? How do you get kids started on the journey to become sustainability and energy literate – and towards an environmentally conscious behaviour?
Check out Alex’s and Matt’s new solar-rap! It’s a ‘busker song’ to raise money to get solar panels up on their school’s roof to have the sun finance new sustainability education programs at the school in the next 20 years.
“Tell everyone we have a plan” UN Global Goals advertisement Listen to The Sustainable Hour no. 92: » To open or download this programme in mp3-format, right-click here (Mac: CTRL + click) » Subscribe to ‘The Sustainable Hour’ podcast —
On 23 September 2015, The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse follows the sun and the way the wind currently blows, which is in the direction of better understanding of the benefits of cycling, wind energy, new forms of energy
In The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse on 16 September 2015 we report from the Second Sustainability Party at Sydenham-Hillside Primary School. We have interviews with the Climate Guardian Angels from ClimActs, who are taking kids’ letters to the
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.