An educational radio podcast for councillors and others about the prospects of turning our farmland into industrial gasfields. 1.3 million hectares of land in Victoria is threatened by unconventional gas mining. Surf Coast, the Otways… even areas right up to
‘Fracking’ is moving in — very possibly to an area near you. People all over the planet are protesting against it. In the UK, Germany, Norway, Denmark, Poland, Romania, Argentina, South Africa, and also increasingly in the United States and
Citizens of Geelong are outraged to find out that the oil and gas company Lakes Oil is coming to the region. The company acquired an exploration license for ‘tight gas’, a kind of ‘unconventional’ gas. This exploration is likely to
Content on this page: The frackers are coming. Introduction About the film evening on 10 September 2013 Audio recordings of the speakers on 10 September 2013 About the documentary ‘Fractured Country’ Take action! Start here Say no to fracking: Join
In The Sustainable Hour no. 477 we focus on the Melbourne Town Hall emergency meeting #SteppingUpTogether which was held on 9 September 2023.
Our guests in The Sustainable Hour no. 475 are Geelong Councillor Sarah Hathway, Lisa Depeller from OCEAN, and Belinda Haydon and Helen Lester from Beyond Gas Network
Our guests in The Sustainable Hour no. 474 are Dr Louise Woodward, a paedetrician from Darwin in the Northern Territory, and podcast producer Mike DiGirolamo from the environmental science and conservation news provider Mongabay.
Dr Louise Woodward’s call for help: “Why are the Northern Territory people being sacrificed for the sake of fossil fuel company profits?”
Our guests in The Sustainable Hour no. 465 are Dr Elodie Camprasse from Spider Crab Watch and biodiesel producer Peter Chomley.
Our guest in The Sustainable Hour no. 462 is eco-military theorist Dr Liz Boulton, who centers climate and environmental issues as a primary security threat for Australia.