Lots of us have been convinced that our individual action on climate change isn’t worth the effort and the cost. But is it true?
On 25 February 2020, Geelong Council declared a climate emergency. Guest in the sustainable studio on 26 February is Monica Winston from Transition Streets Geelong.
Is it possible to recognise climate change as a global emergency and order a newly built bikelane demolished at one and the same council meeting? Well. Geelong Council managed to do just that on 25 february 2020.
Jim Sampson is a 73-year-old retired economist, and a business entrepreneur, who has written a 56-page document, Naturism, where he suggests “a framework for solutions to the climate crisis”.
With Ian Dunlop, Luke Taylor, Janine Duffy, Sarah Hathway, Ben Pocock, Russell Crowe, and more
“The only way we can deal with [the bushfires], is to connect with each other.” In The Sustainable Hour no 300, we connect with Paul Shelton, Luke Taylor, Ben Pocock, Suzie Brown, and we play a new climate action song from Paul Kelly.
The Sustainable Hour no 299 with architect Alvyn Williams from SoftLoud Architects, Sonia Randhawa from the Coalition of Everyone, and Rick Coleman from Southern Cross Permaculture Institute.
The UN is preparing to declare 2021-2030 The Decade of Ecosystem Restoration. Adrian Drew is part of a group of farmers and land owners who think Australia should take a leading role in making that happen. What to call the
A Regenerative Hour with landscape-restoration legend and ‘plant-whisperer’ Peter Andrews as we stand on the doorstep to what the United Nations has named “the Decade of Eco-Restoration.”
Guests in the studio are seven-year-old Holly and her mum Jana Holmer, who share their enthusiasm for everything organic, repurposed or reinvented.