Guests in The Sustainable Hour no. 434 are Father Peter Martin and Thea Ormerod from the Australian Religious Response to Climate Change.
Guests in The Sustainable Hour no. 433 are Tim Hollo, author of the new book ‘Living Democracy’, and Dr Kate Auty, community organiser in Euroa.
The Victorian ‘Spring Rebellion – a festival of civil disobedience’ – opened with an action in Geelong.
“The Letter: Laudato Si’ Film” tells the story of Pope Francis’ Laudato Si’ encyclical letter and how the climate crisis is strongly affecting the Earth and all those who inhabit it. Powerfully moving personal stories alongside the latest information about
Guests in The Sustainable Hour no. 432 are Yaraan Couzens Bundle, who campaigns against the gas industry’s seismic blasting in the ocean, and Esteban Servat and Louise Wagner, both from Debt for Climate.
The Sustainable Hour no. 431 on 28 September with Belinda Noble from Comms Declare and Karina Donkers and Bev Merrett from Sustainable House Day Geelong.
Guests in The Sustainable Hour no. 430 are Geelong-based climate activist Sal Fisher and Amanda Tattersall from University of Sydney.
Guest in The Sustainable Hour no. 429 is Bev Middleton, founder of Soil Week Australia, to highlight the importance of healthy soils.
Guests in The Sustainable Hour no. 428 are Kirsty Bishop-Fox, founder of Zero Waste Festival, and Laura Grufas, national community organiser in Australian Parents for Climate Action
Guests in The Sustainable Hour no. 427 are climate activist and sociologist Jenn Sinclair, psycho-therapist Andrew Gaines and writer, musician and activist Morgan Heenan.