The Sustainable Hour no 339 with Janine Duffy, president of the Koala Clancy Foundation, Belinda Baggs, founder of Surfers for Climate, and Craig Foster, the face of soccer for many years on SBS News.
We take an encouraging step on the Stairway to Hiatus in The Tunnel this week. Together with our three guests we discover how to live – and live well – in the climate emergency. Welcome to our first ‘Sustainable Disaster Hour’!
In The Sustainable Hour no 337 on 21 October 2020 we have two people closely associated with the making of the award-winning film ‘In My Blood It Runs‘: Traditional elder William Tilmouth and the film’s director Maya Newell.
Geelong Council candidates Tom O’Connor and Stephanie Asher together with Carl Obst, director of IDEEA Group, give their views on what will take the municipality forward.
On 7 October 2020 our focus in The Sustainable Hour no 335 is on three candidates who have put themselves up to represent the citizens of Greater Geelong in the upcoming local government election.
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.
The 25 September #FundOurFutureNotGas day of action sees over 500 powerful, Covid-safe actions around Australia.
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
In this zoominar, Port Phillip Emergency Climate Action Network (PECAN) and Glen Eira Emergency Climate Action Network (GECAN) are bringing together key experts to help us understand the proposal for a so-called gas-led recovery, and how an alternative renewable-led recovery would work.