The Sustainable Hour no 357 with news from Suzie Brown, Australian Parents for Climate Action, Akira Ellis, Extinction Rebellion Youth, and Sal Fisher, Geelong Sustainability.
You know that humanity is making positive steps to change our behaviour – and that the business community is beginning to speed up its transition away from polluting fossil fuels and plastic to clean, green energy in a recyclable and circular
“At the end of the day, I look after my own interests.” ~ Mario Mancusso, butcher, Newmarket Quality Meats, Flemington, Melbourne, on 29 March 2018 Down under, maybe not surprisingly, things are often turned upside-down. In particular the truth. During
The ‘Our Future’ vision for Geelong is a challenge of a lifetime – but we can do it. Geelong is about to find out whether politics and votes can be determined not by the usual short-term election promises which everyone
A Sustainable Hour around cycling without helmets, road safety, zero carbon, cyclones, coal and climate change – and a butterfly whisperer who laughs in our face about the prospect of him facing a climate crimes tribunal. Interviews with comedian Mandy Nolan
Our guests in The Sustainable Hour on 29 March 2017 are Doug Rolfe from the Alternative Technology Association, and Anine Cummins from 350.org Melbourne – as the largest anti-coal movement in Australia’s history is kicked off to stop Adani’s mega
“The Federal government has been promoting coal, misleading the public on causes of blackouts and electricity rises, and trashing renewable power. They’ve seemingly forgotten all about climate change. Meanwhile extreme weather has played havoc on power infrastructure around the country,
Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 30 November 2016 – woooohooooooo! Show no 150 – are: Gilbert Rochecouste, managing director of Village Well (at 6:45–16:00), ABC RN radio journalist Gretchen Miller (20:45–37:15), and filmmaker David Lowe (37:30–50:25). And Rusty reports on
The Sustainable Hour on 2 November 2016 is all about the ‘evil smoke’ – some prefer prettier names such as greenhouse gasses or carbon emissions – and how we will get rid of it, now that the global Paris Agreement
[CLIMATIC ROOT TREATMENT] is a series of blogposts seeking to uncover and understand the deeper roots of society’s problems with taking appropriate action on the climate emergency, and to explore the advantages we could see once the action sets in.