On 30 September 2020 The Sustainable Hour hosts a panel of ‘Put Climate First’ candidates for Geelong and one from the Surf Coast Shire for the local government elections that are rapidly approaching via our postboxes.
Geelong school students and climate activists will mobilise on Friday 25 September 2020 at 11:00am under the banner ‘Fund Our Future – Not Gas’ in the first major protest since lock-down. The online protest rally will be held on Zoom
The Sustainable Hour no 333 about Sustainable House Day, a ‘Put Climate First’ election campaign, The Change Agency and the school strike for climate on Friday.
The Sustainable Hour no 322 with Sarah Jones and Jamie Marloo Thomas, co-founders of Wayapa Wuurrk, election candidate Belinda Moloney and youth correspondent Ben Pocock
The Sustainable Hour no 331 We have three guests in our Hiatus Tunnel on 9 September 2020: Social researcher and climate activist Rebecca Huntley is the author of the recently released book ‘How to Talk About Climate Change in a
The Sustainable Hour no 330 with Edwina Robinson from Climate Factory, Deano Goodbrew from Goodbrew Kombucha and Dan Bleakley from Access Disrupt.
In a Zoom-meeting on 28 August 2020, we launched a new group called Gas Free Geelong to inspire and assist our local business and resident community with transitioning away from gas – and to advocate for the cancellation of any
The Sustainable Hour no 329 with dr David King, Mark Carter, Alex Mungell, Vicki Adams and Tom O’Connor
Guest in The Tunnel on 19 August 2020 – The Sustainable Hour no 328 – is Michelle Maloney, co-founder of the New Economy Network Australia.
Guests in The Tunnel on 12 August 2020 are local government election candidate Monica Winston, climate activist Caroline Danaher, community survey initiator Sanja Van Huet and Councillor Trent McCarthy from Darebin City Council.