“Sustainability is actually an extreme right wing philosophy,” explains our guest in The Sustainable Hour on 7 May 2014: Tim Adams. Tim Adams is the principal of F2 Design. He is also the Immediate Past President of the Building Designers’
In Adelaide, Australia’s fifth-largest city with 1.3 million residents, 51 artists submitted 66 different works for the fifth Solar Art Prize which offered a first prize of AUS$ 8,000 worth of solar panels, along with four minor prizes of AUS$
In The Sustainable Hour on 30 April 2014 we seek to understand the arguments in the power games which currently are taking place between the citizens and the regulators. To stand up for what is right you must first understand
In Australia, one of the world’s first political parties based on a climate agenda has been founded and is heading for elections there with a bit of a mission on their shoulders. They promise their voters to save the planet.
“They will kill you, and your children. They think they will get away with it because they have got money. But money doesn’t isolate them from climate change and the death of the planet. These people are stupid, they are
What you see here are what I consider the two most important ‘mile-stone’ kind of climate news stories that came out of 6 August 2013. The photo of the dead polar bear speaks for itself — just like the photos
Denmark has positioned itself among the first in Europe to offer comprehensive interdisciplinary graduate training in climate change. ‘Climate Change, Impacts, Mitigation and Adaptation’ is the name of a new 2-year interdisciplinary MSc programme at Copenhagen University that combines both