Together with our guest in The Sustainable Hour no. 486, Dr Cullan Joyce from University of Melbourne, we listen to the speech which King Charles delivered at COP28.Continue reading
Together with our guest in The Sustainable Hour no. 486, Dr Cullan Joyce from University of Melbourne, we listen to the speech which King Charles delivered at COP28.
Australia’s escalating exports of coal and LNG is a climate wrecking factor which dwarfs our domestic emissions.
Yet few journalists, public policy actors or researchers have heard of the Atlas Network. Here’s an opportunity to catch up and understand what is actually going on.
From “natural distasters” to “fossil disasters”. A subtle shift in language highlights the chaos and devastation induced by fossil fuels.
Newsletter from C4CS: Let’s be honest: we are in trouble. The world is in a mess with climate – no one is doing what is necessary. But don’t panic yet.
COP28 is shaping up as The Predator’s Ball II. That’s not what COPs are for. Their purpose is to find a way to stop the emissions.
Our guests in The Sustainable Hour no. 485 are Rachel Hay, Research & Projects Officer at Australia reMADE, and Lisa Deppeler from OCEAN.
We can pass a law that would require the management of the big emitters – or all companies – to stop emitting significant quantities of greenhouse gases. Here’s how.
Our guest in The Sustainable Hour no. 484 is Chloe Davison, co-founder of Glaze Sustainability, a Brisbane-based consultancy firm that “helps businesses thrive in the new low-emissions economy of circularity.”
An introduction to The Shoalhaven Declaration – a solution for ending the abuses to the environment – by changing the corporate law