We used to say, “to declare a climate emergency.” Now it has become such a common thing to do that people just say “to declare” and expect everyone to know what they mean. → You can add your name to
A 75-year-old Australian pensioner got inspired by a 15-year Swedish teenager, and hear what happened next… 30-minute radio documentary by The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse about Caroline Danaher’s direct action quest in Geelong, Australia. This is the story
Our guests in The Sustainable Hour on 29 May 2019 are: Lorna Martin – Permaculture Geelong co-founderLachlan Gordon – Friends of the Barwon, andCameron Steele – People for A Living Moorabool We also play a clip from a press meeting
The new Icelandic film ‘Woman at War’ creatively tells the story about what could begin to happen in real life: ‘resistance groups’ sabotaging polluting infrastructure and products.
Guests in the The Sustainable Hour’s climatesafety-bunker on 22 April 2019 are 17-year-old school striker Oscar Pearce, student and school captain at Albert Park College, and our treasured ‘people-reporter’ Lene Foghsgaard who stops by the headquarters to greet our listeners
The strategy of getting more councils and governments to declare a climate emergency is changing the story. Why is that important?
Video from three EU election candidates’ press conference at Heathrow Airport in United Kingdom, calling for Heathrow Airport to pause all flights.
Thoughts, reflections and observations on Saturday’s – from a climate activists’ perspective shocking and sad – election result in Australia, where once again a hollow promise of “a strong economy” and the right to pollute our common atmosphere and destroy
“We will take this emergency seriously,” said opposition leader Bill Shorten just two days before the federal election and on the same day the ACT Government declared a climate emergency.
Our guests in The Sustainable Hour on 15 May 2019 are from the Australian climate action community