The suburb that rose to the climate emergency challenge

Adrian Whitehead in The Sustainable Hour no 225


An hour about the Melbourne municipality that rose to the challenge of overcoming climate change – and what happened next

Our guest in The Sustainable Hour on 18 July 2018 is climate action campaigner Adrian Whitehead who co-founded Beyond Zero Emissions, the political party Save the Planet, and Community Action for the Climate Emergency (CACE). He has been part of the group of local residents in the Melbourne suburb Darebin who have inspired and helped its City Council create the world‘s first local government Climate Emergency Plan. In September the first Climate Emergency Conference is held in Darebin.

Over the phoneline to Perth, Rebecca Prince-Ruiz explains how we can become more clever and thoughtful about the ways we use plastic. As a local government waste educator she started off the amazingly succesful Plastic Free July campaign, launched together with two colleagues in 2011. 40 people in Western Australia participated that first year. This year, 3.3 million people joined her vision of “a world without plastic waste” – in 159 countries.

Re: Plastic Free July: Geelong Sustainability’s Green Drinks on Wednesday 25 July has Plastic Free Living as its theme – starting at 5:30 at Beav’s Bar in Lt Malop Street.

Colin Mockett shares a global outlook on various countries’ percentages of renewable energy in the electricity grid; we play a Youtube clip with speakers from the We Don’t Have Time conference, ‘These people speak the truth about the urgency of the climate crisis!’, featuring the American economist Jeffrey Sachs; a Youtube clip produced by the Victorian government about ‘Victorians concern about climate change’; and we play the song ‘Erosion’ with peer-reviewed rapper Baba Brinkman.


“The climate emergency message will be unstoppable”

“In Darebin, we’ve got a climate emergency response for the first time rolling out at government level. We are getting a momentum and actual, real change happening. But we need to start getting other councils to do the same. Because once that communication starts pumping out from Darebin, once we start reaching out to the ethnic groups and the churches, through volunteers from the community working hand in hand with council to get a combined approach, I think the climate emergency message will be unstoppable.”
~ Adrian Whitehead in The Sustainable Hour



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Content of this hour

Links, excerpts and more information about what we talked about in this Sustainable Hour

A listener sent us this summary of the content of the hour:

“Dramatic climate change!
Most of us are ready to cut our emissions.
But our governments still want to buy coal.
And at election time, climate policy is not on the agenda.
A world-renowned economist says: “Oil corrupts politicians”.
“We are in a race against time. We don’t have time but we do have a way!”
Memories from the Copenhagen 2009 climate agreement.
The temperature graph has started a scary steep rise, growing exponentially when seen in a 100,000-year perspective.
What do we do about it??
In Victoria four out of five want to act on climate – and want their government to act.
Campaign in Perth started a worldwide movement in 159 countries to reduce single-use plastic.
Should we campaign for ban of plastic?
A rap song to Donald Trump.
One finger points towards politicians, but three fingers point towards yourself: Start locally.
Another song: ‘Summertime’ – for Be the Change!”

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If you’d like to let us know what you heard, send us an email about it.

Below you will find some more notes and details with videos and webpages mentioned or played in today’s show:


“If you are spending more money on coffee or hair dressing than acting on climate change, take a good hard look at yourself. Get a grip!”
~ Adrian Whitehead in The Sustainable Hour


 #CLIMATEEMERGENCYPLAN: 

Adrian Whitehead: “We have a plan”

– and it begins with local government

Councils in Banyule, Moreland, Yarra and Port Melbourne, as well as in New South Wales and Western Australia are currently taking steps to follow Darebin City Council’s lead.

In the interview, Adrian Whitehead mentions Philip Sutton who is the co-author of Climate Code Red and who authored the ‘Local First Implementation’ strategy that the American climate action group The Climate Mobilization is heavily utilising for their City by City strategy.

Adrian Whitehead organised and hosted a seminar about how Darebin City Council adopted a community-wide climate emergency plan at the Sustainable Living Festival in Melbourne in February, where Philip Sutton, two councillors from Darebin and Adrian’s partner Bryony participated in the panel.

You can listen to the presentations and read more about the event here:

Councils respond to the climate emergency




At the same event, Adrian also hosted a seminar about Drawdown for a Safe Climate:

Drawdown for a safe climate




The Sustainable Hour interviewed Darebin City Council mayor Kim Le Cerf about the plan in April 2017:

Thought leadership: How local councils crunch the climate stalemate



“Climate change is pretty much like cancer”

Adrian Whitehead has been working with climate activism since 2003. Mik interviewed him in September 2013, just before the Federal Election, where Tony Abbott took over government, winning on the slogan ‘Stop the boats and scrap the carbon tax’:

Report from a Carbon Front Line: Australia

“Climate change is pretty much like cancer: by the time you are feeling the impacts it has taken hold. However just like many serious cancers we can still treat it if we act fast.” (…) “If we fail there will be death and destruction”
~ Adrian Whitehead in 2013


Darebin Council’s Climate Emergency Conference

Darebin Council is convening a Climate Emergency Conference which will bring together people and organisations with shared concerns for our environment to demonstrate leadership in climate emergency action. The aim of this conference is to identify strategic action and opportunities for collaboration in addressing the climate emergency.

The climate emergency conference will also create opportunities to build collaborations for advocacy and influence across government, industries and organisations that have the greatest power to take urgent and appropriate action to respond to the climate emergency.

The conference will include a series of plenary addresses focusing on scientific understandings, social dynamics, learnings from disaster management and corporate responsibility, and will build a detailed and complex picture of the challenges we face.

Through the themes of communication and engagement and taking action, the conference will also explore issues of how we communicate and identify innovative ways to engage and empower people to take meaningful and long-lasting action in response to the climate emergency.

Your participation will significantly contribute to the development of a collective understanding of climate emergency, and the range and scope of advocacy and practical responses required to restore a safe climate. It is only through a collaborative, partnership approach that we can collectively scale up our action and advocacy to the degree required to avoid catastrophic climate change is required.

A full program of events will be available soon on Council’s website.

Tuesday 11 September 2018 at 8:30am to Wednesday 12 September at 5:00pm
Northcote Town Hall, 189 High Street, Northcote, VIC 3070, Australia

» Book ticket

» Facebook event page






 #USA #CLIMATEEMERGENCY: 

Council target: reduce emissions by 80 percent by 2027

Montgomery County Council in Maryland, USA, that it has declared a climate emergency and intend to dramatically cut greenhouse emissions in the coming years. Under a resolution approved by the council, Maryland’s most populous jurisdiction now aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 80 percent by 2027, and 100 percent by 2035:

Click on image to read the resolution

That’s the kind of municipal climate leadership that gives us new energy at Centre for Climate Safety, because just like Colin Mockett does it on a weekly basis with his global outlook in The Sustainable Hour, this shows us what is possible – that, yes, it is actually possible to be a group of community leaders who takes the appropriate and responsible action on the increasingly alarming news that we receive from climate science departments and meteorological bureaus and say, “In 17 years from now, our community will be powered 100 percent by clean, non-polluting and climate-safe energy.”

When a municipality in the United States can do it, and when Darebin City Council in Melbourne can do it, so can we. Geelong Sustainability recently suggested it in its budget submission to Geelong Council, and as expected it was politely ignored. But this kind of behaviour is only possible because we, the community, remain strangely silent on the topic.

 #RESEARCH: 

Victorians concerned about climate change

Speaking of history, this is what Victorians told their government 16 years ago.

Already then, 75 per cent of Victorians supported a phase out of coal-fired power stations, but even now, 16 years later, the Coalition parties believe they can win the next state election with a promise to keep them running, and even build new ones.

In 2002, 60 per cent of Victorians believed the government should introduce new laws to ensure people become more energy efficient.

The figures of today have recently been gathered by Wallis Research, a Victorian-based company with a strong reputation for expertise in conducting social and government research. A total of 3,333 Victorians took part in the survey. “The survey sample was carefully designed and controlled to provide results that can be projected to the broader population with confidence. The survey estimates have a high level of statistical reliability. At the 95% level of confidence, the margin of error associated with the sample of 3,300 is plus or minus 2.5%.”

» View the full report at: www.sustainability.vic.gov.au/socialresearch


VIC state election: 24 November 2018

New analysis shows that we will soon be generating enough wind and solar for all 2.5 million homes in the state! Read The Age’s story here

Victoria’s Renewable Energy Target is driving investment in cheap clean energy, creating jobs, and is supported by 84% of voters. Yet the leader of the Victorian Liberal Party, Matthew Guy, says he would still scrap it if elected.

According to the latest ReachTEL poll for The Age, climate change and the environment are not election issues. And yet, with starkly different policies, Mark Wakeham, CEO, Environment Victoria believes,

“The state election in November this year will determine whether Victoria rises to become the climate and environmental leader the world so urgently needs, or returns to being a laggard fuelling our sustainability crises.”

While Geelong Sustainability is an apolitical organisation, it advocates for effective laws and wants to:
• ensure voters know the facts about parties’ policies and
• put climate change, renewable energy and the environment on the election agenda.

Will you get involved and join Geelong Sustainability’s election task group? If yes, you can connect here: www.geelongsustainability.org.au/contact


 #HISTORY: 

Two headlines with six years in-between

» The Guardian – 25 April 2012:
Governments failing to avert catastrophic climate change, the International Energy Agency warns

» The Guardian – 16 July 2018:
UK politicians ‘failing to rise to the challenge of climate change’

 #HISTORY: 

Heatwave killed 70,000 people in 2003

“Europe was hit by a scorching heatwave in 2003. About 70,000 people, mostly very young or very old, died. Given the inexorable rise in global temperatures, suspicions naturally fell on climate change: it is well-established that as greenhouse gas emissions push the mercury up, weather extremes of all types will become more frequent. But it took more than a year for rigorous science to confirm the hunch. Climate change had made the odds of an event of that magnitude at that time at least twice as likely.”

» New Scientist – 4 July 2018:
Heatwaves show global warming is not just a future threat
Better climate models and fast computers are helping us see how our carbon emissions are already causing severe weather events


Climate policy procrastination’s 30 year anniversary

The story about how CSIRO and the Australian Government planned to reduce carbon emissions back in 1988

More climate change history on

Time for citizens to act


July 2018 update: Where we are at with the climate today

Climatic clippings increasingly ‘crimatic’: critical, criminal and dramatic

Mik compiled this separate ‘climatic clippings’ blogpost about the climate change topics we talk about in The Sustainable Hour today:
Climatic clippings increasingly ‘crimatic’: critical, criminal and dramatic



 #CLIMATEEMERGENCY #UN: 

UN security council considers ‘cycle of conflict and climate disaster’

“Fragile countries are in danger of becoming stuck in a cycle of conflict and climate disaster. Where resilience is eroded, communities may be displaced and exposed to exploitation.”
~ Amina Mohammed, UN deputy chief and a former environment minister for Nigeria

More about what each country representative in the Council said at the UN meeting on www.reliefweb.int

» Climate Change News – 12 July 2018:
UN security council considers ‘cycle of conflict and climate disaster’
“Sweden chaired the influential body’s first session focusing on climate change in seven years, calling for international coordination to address the risks.”


 #CLIMATEEMERGENCY #FAITH: 

Act now to avoid turning our world into chaos

The Pope’s War on Carbon

Pope Francis, top leader of the Catholic church, hosted the climate conference in Vatican City last week, ‘Saving our Common Home and the Future of Life on Earth’, and once again he called for climate action: “We must act now if we want to avoid turning our world into chaos,” he told the attendees.

It is not the first time we hear this – find much more on the topic of Catholic inaction and failure to lead the community in this blogpost: www.climatesafety.info/catholicwakeupcall – but new reports now confirm that the struggle to save our civilisation is a tight race against time.


 #CLIMATEEMERGENCY #ECONOMY: 

“Oil corrupts politicians”

‘We Don’t Have Time’ was also the relevant title and theme of a ‘carbon-free’ Internet conference in April 2018.

In The Sustainable Hour today we play this youtube-clip with excerpts of the presentations at the conference:


“Turning to renewables for new power generation is not simply an environmentally conscious decision, it is now — overwhelmingly — a smart economic one.”
~ Adnan Z. Amin, Director-General, International Renewable Energy Agency, IRENA


 #CLIMATECRIME: 

The American carbon barons poured $2 billion into lobbying since 2000

“Humanity is largely to the blame for our deteriorating environment and worsening climate change. Yet for years, congress has killed any meaningful attempt to course correct. And according to a new study, their obstructionism had been highly lucrative. Climate action is being drowned by a devastating flood of money from the fossil fuel industry — nearly $2 billion in lobbying since 2000 alone.”
» Think Progress – 19 July 2018:
Fossil fuel industry spent nearly $2 billion to kill U.S. climate action, new study finds
“Industry has out-lobbied environmentalists 10-to-1 on climate since 2000.”




“If industry and society don’t change, we’re headed down a dark path”

“If industry and society as a whole don’t change, we’re headed down a dark path. Curious exactly where that path leads? Researchers around the world are analyzing just that — analyzing current data to put together projections of future greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and their impact on the climate.

Using estimations on future population levels, technology, economic activity, and social values, analysts try to reasonably predict “Shared Socioeconomic Pathways” (SSPs) and create carbon budget, global temperature, oil usage and energy demand, sea level rise, and carbon bubble scenarios. Here, we’ve created a list of important scenarios and what researchers say we should expect if we don’t make a drastic change.”
» CleanTechnica – 17 July 2018:
Climate Change Scenarios: An Updated Summary Of Climate Change, Sea Level Rise & Carbon Bubble Predictions


 #SOLUTIONS: 

Milestones in the climate fight

“Humanity is in a race against time. Our planet is warming. We are witnessing a scorching summer on a global scale. The Arctic is melting. Oceans are the hottest ever recorded. The evidence is irrefutable. However, the world is waking up to this new reality. And change is happening. Countries are gearing up to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions…”

» Below2C.org – 18 July 2018:
Milestones In The Fight Against Climate Change



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 #SOLUTIONS: 

Cities Power Partnership climate action program

The Cities Power Partnership program was launched by Climate Council to “supercharge cities and towns” across Australia to take action on climate change. 70 councils and 250 towns and cities representing eight million Australians have signed up to it.

» We wrote more about this program here



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 #GLOBALOUTLOOK: 

Colin Mockett’s Global Outlook #7

More global outlook episodes by Colin Mockett:

Colin Mockett’s global outlook






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 #PLASTICFREEJULY: 

Rebecca Prince-Ruiz: Initially ‘Plastic Free July’ was just for ourselves

Rebecca Prince-Ruiz is founder of the ‘for-purpose’ Plastic Free July Foundation, a not-for-profit that brings the public and business together with the vision of a world without plastic waste. While raising awareness is essential, it’s only the first step; people want to be part of the solution. It’s this drive that has seen the Plastic Free July challenge grow to a two-million-strong community across 159 countries.



Aside from heading up company operations, Rebecca has 25 years of experience in environmental and waste management, community engagement, and sustainability behaviour change. She has attended plastic pollution research expeditions in Queensland, the Cocos Islands, and the North Atlantic Ocean and worked alongside internationally renowned organisations during a recent Churchill Fellowship. “These expeditions were crucial to observe what global and local solutions are being implemented and how these initiatives can be applied elsewhere,” Rebecca writes in her profile on linkedin.com

One of Rebecca’s current projects is helping to structure the Western Australian plastic bag ban – which comes into effect on 1 July 2018 – working with the Boomerang Alliance, the state government’s community partner.

» Rebecca can be contacted at princeruiz@iinet.net.au

» Profile on www.linkedin.com/in/rebeccaprince-ruiz

» Plastic Free July’s home page and Facebook page



Baba Brinkman: ‘Erosion’



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Climate change related events in the pipeline

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8 September: Rise for Climate – global event
Glen from 350.org wrote: “By mobilising on 8 September 2018 we will set the bar for what local commitments need to deliver: an immediate end to new fossil fuel projects and a fast, fair and just transition to 100% renewable energy. We don’t need to wait for national governments to act. Rise For Climate is bringing together hundreds of partner organisations, and local organisers from all corners of the globe. This is what our movement is great at – local action, everywhere. 
Organise a Rise For Climate action in your town on 8 September, and demand that local leaders commit to building a fossil free world for all. 
We look forward to working together for a massive 8 September!”  

         


11-12 September: Darebin’s Climate Emergency conference
in Northcote Town Hall, Melbourne

12-14 September: Global Climate Action Summit in California
» Website: www.globalclimateactionsummit.org
» Affiliate events
Virtually attend the summit: Live stream the summit program on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter

14 September: Pathway to Paris concert
in San Francisco, California

13 September: Victorian Anti-Fracking Forum



21 September: ZeDay – Zero Emissions Day
www.zeroemissionsday.org

18-19 October: Cities Power Partnership National Summit
in New South Wales
Climate Council will be bringing councils together for their first ever national summit on 18-19 October 2018, Kiama, New South Wales. The Partnership program is now powered by 70 councils and 250 towns and cities representing 8 million Australians.



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Calendar – coming events 2018

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Geelong Sustainability’s Green Drinks: Plastic Free Living
Wednesday 25 July at 5:30 at Beav’s Bar in Lt Malop Street

» Read more on www.facebook.com/events


Schools Tree Day Friday 27 July
National Tree Day Sunday 29 July


Facebook Live: Is your business clever and creative?
Hear four inspiring stories of how Oishi-M, Rip Curl, Sage Farm and Geelong Mums are running their businesses in sustainable ways.
They’ve become more energy and waste efficient, installed renewable energy systems, and educated their customers along the way.
Dr Niraj Lal, presenter for ABC Sciency and MC extraordinaire facilitates the Q&A session where you can post questions directly to the panellists.

Tuesday 28 August at 10:30am to 11:30am. Cost: Free

» Book here
» Read more on www.festival.business.vic.gov.au

» See also: www.facebook.com/EcoDevGeelong






Sun Bear Children’s Festival
The family wildlife Sun Bear Children’s Festival is celebrating its fifth anniversary this year. They have found an exciting new location that they hope will “foster a deeper connection for the whole family to our local natural environment — the Anglesea Shark Park — located next to the river mouth and with access to the dunes and beach.” The activities are nature-based and community-focused. And to make the celebration even more special, the festival has added a Twilight Program the night before to kick off the festival with a special Indigenous Ceremony and nocturnal program.

Program:
• Saturday 13 October
5:30-7:00pm: Community Picnic
BYO picnic to gather in the spirit of the festival and in anticipation of the Twilight Ceremony
7:00-7:30pm: Twilight Ceremony
7:45-8:45pm: Spotlighting and Stargazing

• Sunday 14 October
10am-2pm: Wildlife and nature-focussed games, activities, talks & walks, young musicians and animal poetry on stage, kangaroo-whistle fitting etc.
2:30-3:00pm – Endangered Wildlife Parade

» Tickets on sale on www.eventbrite.com.au


Geelong Community Solar Program – replacing big energy with community solar
Get access to exclusive bulk-buy discounts on solar and battery systems.  
Cut your electricity bills by up to 90% with new solar and battery technology.

» Go to bit.ly/GeelongCommunitySolar to access exclusive bulk-buy discounts on solar and battery systems – until 31 July 2018  






 ADDITIONALLY: 

In other news

From our notes of this week: news stories and events we didn’t have time to mention but which we think you should know about


Clean energy’s share is shrinking

“Despite clean energy’s meteoric growth, a new global assessment from the International Energy Association shows that fossil fuel projects are growing even faster. The money going to fossil fuel projects accounted for 59 percent of all energy investments last year. Sorry to say but clean energy’s share is shrinking.”

» Grist – 19 July 2018:
New evidence shows we’re still way too addicted to fossil fuels














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Acknowledgement

We at The Sustainable Hour would like to pay our respect to the traditional custodians of the land on which we are broadcasting, the Wathaurong People, and pay our respect to their elders, past, present and future.

The traditional owners lived in harmony with the environment and with the climate for hundreds of generations. It is not clear – yet – that as European settlers we have demonstrated that we can live in harmony for hundreds of generations, but it is clear that we can learn from the indigenous, traditional owners of this land.

When we talk about the future, it means extending our respect to those children not yet born, the generations of the future – remembering the old saying that…



The decisions currently being made around Australia to ignore climate change are being made by those who won’t be around by the time the worst effects hit home. How utterly disgusting, disrespectful and unfair is that?




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