There is only one train, and that is the green train

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If you haven’t jumped on board yet, the 48th Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse on 22 October 2014 is for you. It is about things we can all do to save money while at the same time taking personal action on climate change.

Guests: Heidi Fog from Balanced Sustainability, an expert in energy audits, Graeme Stockton from Surf Coast Energy Group, organiser of ‘Growth! Is Bigger Better’ in Torquay on 16 November, and the Pacific Warrior Seia Mikaele Maiava, known as Mika.



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“There is only one train, and that is the green train. If you are not on that train, you will be left behind on the platform,” said Lars Aagaard, CEO of the Danish Energy Association, recently.


Lars Aagaard lives in a country where wind energy covered 100 per cent of its electricity demand last weekend. Geelong appears to be just about getting ready to jump on that same green train, which Lars Aagaard talks about – with a decision in Council to reject gas mining last week, and with the launch of a new, ambitious Environment Management Strategy next week.

And how about yourself – or your workplace? If you haven’t jumped on board yet, the 48th Sustainable Hour, which was broadcasted on 94.7 The Pulse on 22 October 2014, is for you, because it is about things we can all do to save money while at the same time taking personal action on climate change.

We introduce you to Heidi Fog from Balanced Sustainability who is an expert in energy audits and who consults families, kindergartens and schools to help them save money and reduce carbon emissions. We ask her for some concrete advice on how we reduce our carbon footprint.

We also talk with Graeme Stockton from Surf Coast Energy Group who is the organiser of the forum ‘Growth! Is Bigger Better’ and who has assembled a prestigious line-up of guest speakers to talk about the big issues of the 21st century at the forum in Torquay on 16 November 2014.

And we talk with one of the Pacific Warriors, Mika, (Seia Mikaele Maiava) from Tokelau who has been spearheading a busy week of climate campaigning in Australia.

You will find more information about these topics below.


Guests in the studio:
Heidi Fog, Balanced Sustainability, phone: 0400 846 566
Graeme Stockton, Surf Coast Energy Group

Pre-recorded interview:
Mika, Pacific Warrior from Tokelau

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Mika, interviewed by Anthony Gleeson

Seia Mikaele Maiava, or Mika as he is fondly called by friends, was born and raised in Nukunonu, Tokelau. He is of mixed heritage with roots tracing back to Samoa. He grew up in Tokelau until he was 16 years old when he was offered a scholarship to further his education abroad. He lived and worked overseas until he was 32, then moved back home to his island paradise. Mika prides himself on the fact that Tokelau is a nation leading the world in renewable energy. Solar energy provides the country with all their electricity needs.





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Topics we talked about in The 48th Sustainable Hour:



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Future powered families

Want to learn how to save lots of money on your power bills? Future powered families is a government funded project to help parents save energy and so save money.

If you’re a new parent you could take part by:

• Having another parent visit your home to give some free well-informed advice on easy ways you can save energy

• Getting some free training in how to visit other parents homes – Environment Victoria will pay you $50 for every home you visit.

» For more information or to sign up, visit Environment Victoria’s website


NB: Funding requirements mean that only some people are eligible to take part: You must be a parents whose oldest child is 15 years old or younger, living in or near Melbourne, Geelong or Central Victoria. You must also have a household income of $78,000 or less, or be on a Health Care Card or Pensioner Concession Card. Unfortunately, people who live in public housing aren’t able to take part. If you don’t meet these criteria, you can still find lots of energy saving advice here:

» Stay comfy, save money – draught proof and insulate
“People used to working in temperature controlled buildings can be amazed once they spend more time at home with their baby how hot or cold they can be. As a result energy bills can skyrocket.”



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Small Green Steps

Small Green Steps is a cost-effective online sustainability resource specifically developed for early childhood education and care services in Australia.

» www.smallgreen.com.au


The give grid

The Give Grid is a live source of energy saving ideas co-created by you. Use thegivegrid.org for sharing and supporting Good Energy Stories as we tackle energy efficiency together.

» www.thegivegrid.org



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Free energy savings breakfasts for community service workers

The Give Grid is partnering with the City of Greater Geelong to bring free energy savings workshops to Geelong:

Tech Talk Breakfast
Learn how to conduct a basic lighting and electricity audit, and calculate annual appliance running costs in your workplace.
When: Wednesday 12 November
Where: Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Geelong

Behaviour Change Breakfast
Learn best practice approaches for engaging your organisation in energy savings, cost cutting and other sustainability initiatives.
When: Tuesday 18 November
Where: Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Geelong



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Green Electricity Guide

To name and shame dirty energy businesses, Total Environment Centre has teamed up with Greenpeace to bring you the Green Electricity Guide.

You’re doing your bit for a clean energy future and your energy retailer assures you they are equally clean and green. Chances are though, they are living a double life, playing around with fossil fuels behind your back, with token green initiatives and huge investments in coal and gas generation. To name and shame dirty energy businesses, Total Environment Centre has teamed up with Greenpeace to bring you the ‘Green Electricity Guide’.

The Green Electricity Guide shows which retailers are investing in coal seam gas or burning native forests, which ones own lots of fossil fuel generators and which ones are lobbying to close the Renewable Energy Target, and ranks them to make it easier to know which ones to avoid. The guide is not meant to be a one-stop shop for finding an energy deal: shop around and read the fine print if you want the best deal for solar, and watch out for retailers marketing anything other than fully accredited GreenPower.

» To find out how your retailer rates, visit the Green Electricity Guide

» Green electricity guide helps rate retailers

 


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Universities’ green guide

– an inspiration for @Deakin or for @GeelongCats?

Here is a guide which consists of nine chapters that address key areas for sustainability at universities. These range from laboratory design to managerial and organisational aspects.

The guide can either be read comprehensively from beginning to end – which will give the reader an integrated picture of how to work with sustainability at universities – or the reader can choose to focus on specific areas and individual chapters. Each chapter consists of five elements:

• Introduction, outlining why the theme is important.

• Challenges and opportunities, presenting some of the key factors to address and giving suggestions for important approaches and tools.

• Hurdles and solutions, outlining suggestions and providing inspiration for key questions about the area.

• Cases, showcasing actual examples from IARU universities, and rated in difficulty from 1 (very easy) to 5 (very difficult).

• Quick tips, further reading, and links for where to find more information

» Download the guide (148 pages, PDF):

» Article: www.climatenewsnetwork.net



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» Ferret – 21 October 2014:
LED future: new materials, human effects, performance and control
Article about emerging global trends in LED lighting, by Isaac Leung

 

Much more about how to reduce your carbon footprint

» Practical advice to what we all can do



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Geelong Calendar:

• This afternoon at 5:30pm: Green drinks. The 10-day local food challenge

• 29 October at 7pm: The philosophy and psychology behind moral attitudes to climate change at The Barking Dog in Pakington Street. » www.paideiaaustralia.org.au/cafe

• 2 November at 12:30pm: Home Energy Kit – smarter living workshop in Armstrong
More info: Future Proofing Geelong

• 16 November: Growth Forum in Torquay (More info below)

 

 



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Forum: ‘Growth! Is Bigger Better’

As we move through 2014 an extra million people are added to the planet every fourteen and a half days. Yet, here in Australia we’re used to hearing politicians; particularly those in cabinet who have the role of Treasurer wax lyrical about the benefits of growth. But what if there is a downside? – a really big downside?

The SCEG forum “Growth! Is Bigger Better” has assembled a prestigious line-up of guest speakers to talk about the big issues of the 21st century.

Emeritus Professor Ian Lowe will challenge us to think about Ecological Economics as the 21st century pathway for economic development without physical growth. Speaking of growth, let’s talk about soaring carbon emissions and climate change.

Professor David Karoly, a lead author with the IPCC will reflect on the latest science regarding anthropogenic climate change with reference to coal extraction on our Surf Coast.

And Geoff Carr, senior botanist with Ecology Australia and with many years of field experience in the Geelong and Surf Coast area will talk about the relentless and tragic growth of extinction rates in nature here and globally.

This will be followed by Q&A for the candidates from the South Barwon electorate.

Doors open at 1pm for those wishing to be inspired by our local native wildlife from paintings produced by highly respected Surf Coast artist Mark Trinham. More displays will compliment Mark’s work in the foyer.

Seating is limited. Don’t be late.

Venue and date: Sunday 16 November at the Quiksilver Auditorium, 27 Baines Crescent, Torquay. Forum starts at 2pm.
» More info info@sceg.org.au – ph: 0425 752 648



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Johan Rockström, Director of Stockholm Resilience Centre, gave this presentation at a conference in Copenhagen on 22 October 2014:
‘World Development on a Stable Planet: The scientific quest for a safe operating space within planetary boundaries’



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» National Journal – 31 October 2014:
Condoms Fight Climate Change, but Nobody Wants to Talk About It
“The equation seems fairly simple: The more the world’s population rises, the greater the strain on dwindling resources and the greater the impact on the environment. The solution? Well, that’s a little trickier to talk about.”



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The Pacific Warriors’ fight against climate change

The good news this week from climate science: “We find that a rise in sea levels of more than 2 metres is improbable.” They say that “Sea levels this century will rise by a maximum of 1.8 metres”

Danish-led researchers at the Centre for Ice and Climate at the University of Copenhagen have looked at all the projections and satisfied themselves that, at the very worst, sea levels this century will rise by a maximum 1.8 metres.

Now that is still bad news for the many millions of people who live at the sea – or near sea level – which includes the inhabitants of the Pacific Islands. But the immediate threat of climate change on the islands is actually not sealevel rise as much as it is draughts and food crisis.

Some of the campaign news on 21 October 2014 were:

• In Canberra 10 people were arrested for peacefully occupying the offices of the Minerals Council.

• In Perth residents were peacefully occupying the offices of Buru Energy, two people were arrested.

• Also in Broome, protesters, including traditional owners, demanded Buru not frack the Kimberley.

• Sydneysiders occupied the office of Whitehaven Coal to stand in solidarity with Pacific Islanders whose Islands are suffering the impacts of fossil fuel expansion.

 

All events werre in support of Pacific Island Climate Warriors who, after decades of failed political lobbying, have come to Australia to stand up to the fossil fuel industry.

 

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Grey radicals

Bill Ryan, 93-year-old war veteran, standing with the Pacific Climate Warriors. He has returned safely to shore and is being questioned by police. Bill Ryan protests because in the years he has left, he wants to make a stand for the future.

“When I see young children like my great-granddaughter [aged 4] I think, what sort of a world are we leaving for them?” Bill Ryan said.

Bill Ryan and mates like him are called “Grey Radicals” – people of mature vintage like Bill Ryan who are taking to the streets in protest, often for the first time, because they have lost faith that governments are acting in the public interest, and that assessment processes give community concerns enough weight.

Will you #StandUpForThePacific? Show Australia’s fossil fuel industry that the Warriors are not alone?

» Sign the petition here: www.act.350.org/sign/pacific_solidarity_petition

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» Photos that tell their own story: www.flickr.com

» Article on www.theherald.com.au

 


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Divestment news:

• Sweden’s Andra AP-fonden has just divested U$116 million from fossil fuel companies – the first national pension fund in the world to do so.
» More info: www.heraldonline.com

Video from Saturday’s divestment event.

Mik: “It felt almost like in a ritural or ceremony of some kind – in front of numerous video cameras (Channel 7 News, Channel 9, etc): Goodbye to accounts with fossil fuel funding banks, and hello and welcome to a new world investing in renewable energy, 100%. Great feeling. Can recommend it.”

See you for the first Global Divestment Day in February 2015.

 

• Find out if your superannuation is being invested in fossil fuels:
www.superswitch.org.au

 



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Denmark powered on 100 per cent wind

Wind energy covered 100 per cent of Danish electricity demand this weekend.


USA: “Offshore wind power isn’t usually associated with lower-cost energy, at least not in the public imagination. But it turns out that installing 54 gigawatts of offshore wind power off America’s coasts can cut the cost of electricity in the U.S. by an astounding $7.68 billion a year. That’s right: $7.68 billion annually.”

» Offshore Wind Power Can Save U.S. Billions On Electricity, Recent DOE Study Finds
» National Offshore Wind Energy Grid Interconnection Study – Executive Summary (PDF)



India has upped its solar target big time aiming for 15GW by 2019. To put that in perspective, it’s around five times the amount of installed solar in Australia.





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Climate temperature rise

Warming Earth heading for hottest year on record. Earth is on pace to tie or even break the mark for the hottest year on record, federal meteorologists say. That’s because global heat records have kept falling in 2014, with September the latest example. Associated Press

2014 Looking Like The Hottest Year Ever:  With a number of record-breaking months this year, 2014 is on track to be the warmest year in history. (The GuardianAPClimate CentralSlateRYOTInhabitatReporting Climate ScienceMSNBCUSAT)

Canada, Australia’s climate change record: From leaders to deniers. Canada once had a shot at being the world’s leader on climate change. Australia, too, was briefly a success story. Today, the two countries are outliers again – for all the wrong reasons. New Republic


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Report: Impacts of climate change on public health in Australia

Recommendations for new policies and practices for adaptation within the public health sector – by Deeble Institute for Health Policy Research

» Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association

» Download report (PDF)

 


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Legal liability of climate change: “Polluters must pay!”

New report from Canadian think-tanks says elements are in place to allow for civil action: Canadian oil and gas companies could be liable for billions of dollars of damages for their contribution to climate change, according to the new study.

Climate change is already causing about $600 billion in damages annually. Canadian oil and gas companies could soon find themselves on the hook for at least part of the damage. For as climate change costs increase, a global debate has begun about who should pay.

Most people are generally supportive of the “polluter pays” principle – the idea that those who cause pollution should pay for the harm.

The study from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives argues that, with attribution and causation increasingly clear for different climate change effects, companies with high levels of carbon emissions are at risk of being held liable for climate change damages.

The authors predict that shareholders and companies will be susceptible to civil action suits and foreign judgements as the costs of climate change continue to grow.

» Why climate litigation could soon go global

» cbc.ca: Climate change may create legal liability for Canadian energy firms

» ThinkProgress: How International Lawsuits Could Punish Carbon Emitters Even If Governments Don’t

» policyalternatives.ca: Payback Time? – What the Internationalization of Climate Litigation Could Mean for Canadian Oil and Gas Companies’

» Download report (PDF)

 



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Wind power is leading the global energy transition

“Wind power could supply nearly 20 per cent of global electricity, creating over 2 million new jobs and reducing CO2 emissions by more than 3 billion tonnes per year by 2030, according to the latest Global Wind Energy Outlook. This is equivalent to preventing more than 1 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide – the combined emissions of Germany and Italy – from being emitted each year.

By 2050, wind power could provide 25-30 per cent of global electricity supply, says the report published today by the Global Wind Energy Council and Greenpeace International. Wind power is already the main source of electricity in some countries – covering 100 per cent of Danish electricity demand this weekend, and growing rapidly elsewhere – the UK’s wind industry provided a record electricity share of 24 per cent this week.

Wind – not shale gas – is also behind the recent fall in US emissions, according to another new analysis by Greenpeace’s Energydesk. These announcements follow hot-on-the heels of news from the EU and the US that wind energy is one of the lowest cost options for reducing carbon emissions.

And China will boost spending on its wind power industry – already the world’s largest – sixfold to US$3 billion a year by 2020, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance. In the run-up to the climate summit in Paris in 2015, global negotiators would do well to remember these findings.”
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» Continue reading on: www.treealerts.org

 



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Poll in The Australian

“Do you believe coal has a long-term viable future as an energy resource?”
72% replied: NO

“Should local communities be concerned about coal seam gas extractions in their area?”
77% replied: YES

Make sure you have your say: Take the poll!

» See: www.theaustralian.com.au



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The 10 day food challenge

Local, they say, is the new organic. It nourishes your body, soul and your community. Initiatives such as ‘Totally Locally’ say that if you spend $10 at a local business it is reinvested five fold in the local economy. Imagine what you can do to help our food producers if you buy and eat local.

Local used to be the way everyone ate. Could it be again? Let’s run the 10-Day Local Food Challenge and see. How local can we go? And for how long? The challenge isn’t just “can you do it?”. It’s can WE do it? Can we all bring our eating closer to home? And if not, why not?

The experiment is simple: For 10 days or more eat food grown within 100km or less of your home. Give yourself 10 or fewer exotics, foods from afar (like coffee or oil) to make it do-able.

The 10-day Local Food Challenge is registered with Fair Food Week 2014 and will be celebrated at Geelong Sustainability Drinks on October 22nd

The 10-Day Local Food Challenge invites eaters everywhere to pick 10 days (more or less) in October 2014 when they’ll eat only what is produced within 100 kilometres (more or less) of their homes. To soften the edge, you can include 10 exotics (foods from afar you can’t live without).

Why do it at all?
1. Challenging yourself to live up to something you believe in while others are too motivates you to change. In this case, a lot of people want to eat local food, but default to the grocery store for convenience, cost or time.

2. Even though local food is popular, there’s not enough to go around “if everyone did it.” For most communities, much of their food comes from a far. Without more local food and local farm support, we will be more and more dependent on international markets.

3. Is a challenge like this a good motivator? This pilot experiment will teach us a lot about how we-the-eaters are going to change ourselves and our food sourcing and our food systems. Tall order. Can the challenge get us going?

» www.geelongsustainability.org.au/localfoodchallenge

 



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