The Sustainable Hour on 16 January 2019 with Maxine Bazeley, Helen McCosker, Hadassah Djordan, Lauren, Anissa and Bec.
The lesson from Australia’s abolished carbon tax and France’s cancelled petrol tax is that it is extremely important that it is done in such a way that is reasonable and fair, and is carefully explained so that it is also perceived by the wider public in that way
Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 9 January 2018 are: Melanie Humphrey (Boomerang Bags), Lane Crockett (Impact Investment), Kim Drew (Op Shop Sacred Heart), Chris Balazs (Sage Farm), and more
In particular in the field of renewable energy, 2018 gave us many landmark moments and remarkable news headlines that called for optimism. Though frustratingly slowly, the story is changing.
An hour about hemp, meat and climate with sustainable time management tips – how we support the local economy and become more sustainable at a personal level. Guest in The Sustainable Hour on 19 December 2018 is Les Watson from Get
Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 12 December 2018 are Meg Blair from Transition Streets East Geelong and Nicole Urbanski from Urban Upcycle who covered some of the small changes YOU can make. Christmas can be a manic time, but
In The Sustainable Hour on 5 December 2018 we interview Fiona Armstrong, founder of Climate & Health Alliance, and Jonathan Balls, Melbourne University researcher on renewable energy who specialises in the development in India. We’ve also talk with 13-year-old Alex
Guests in The Sustainable Youth Hour on 28 November 2018 are three students from Sacred Heart Collage in Geelong, just back from a sustainability camp, and four English language students from Deakin University in Geelong: Yuya, Mami and Nanami from Japan,
A three-minute report from the ‘school strike’ for climate action in Geelong, Australia, with interviews with some of the students who bravely walked out from their different schools in Geelong on Friday 23 November 2018. The #FridaysForFuture action took place
“You are always telling us kids to clean up after ourselves, so now it’s your turn. We are coming to remind you to tidy up your mess. And we will only get louder.”~ Nora, Year 6 student at Forest Lodge