Citizens’ Climate Conventions – also known as citizens’ assemblies on climate – are emerging as the new norm for legitimate and quality decision-making in many democratic forums around the world. Is the climate movement paying attention?
An hour in the Sustainable Tunnel with Anglican minister Peter Martin, Geelong Sustainability president Vicki Perrett and Claire Ziegler.
A new initiative presents an opportunity to work with others of faith in responding to the climate crisis in the Geelong region. The Australian Religious Response to Climate Change (ARRCC) is a national interfaith network coordinating faith based climate action
The 24th Regenerative Hour features excerpts from a zoom-presentation by climate emergency candidate Bryony Edwards from CACE and professor Will Steffen from Australia National University and the Climate Council, along with excerpts from Greta Thunberg’s ‘Summer Talk 2020’
A bigger-than-usual alliance of organisations and climate activist NGOs is aspiring to change human history, nothing less. And we are all invited to be part of it. Find out how you can contribute to the COUNTDOWN.
In the 23rd Regenerative Hour, Mik meets the 23-year-old artist, musician and environmental consultant Quinn Earth Child at his home in the suburb Norlane in northern Geelong.
Deepening democracy: Our guests in ‘The Tunnel’ today are Anna Langford from Friends of the Earth Melbourne and Sonia Randhawa from the Sortition Foundation and Coalition of Everyone.
Guest in our 22nd Regenerative Hour is Tom O’Connor, a former Geelong councillor, swimming coach and an active local community organiser, who lives in Drysdale on the Bellarine Peninsula. He will run for the Geelong Council election in August 2020.
Guests in The Sustainable Hour no 319 on 17 June 2020 are Belinda Noble and Lidia Thorpe.
A Sustainable Hour about bushfire horrors, resilience, Returner Cups, ‘We can do better’ principles that connect us – and what the Earth can teach us