In the second episode we talk with Nathan Havay about how business can play a leading role in reversing carbon emissions to Climate Take Back.
The internal combustion engine will soon be gone. Most car companies have announced when they will be fully-electric – some by 2025, others by 2030 – and Australia will soon start producing its own EVs as well.
We need nothing less than a Climate Revolution, and that revolution begins in your head. Enter our new podcast series, The Climate Revolution.
A 2021 New Year’s contemplation by the director of Centre for Climate Safety, as he listens to Greta Thunberg’s call to action, “Try to learn as much as you possibly can – and spread that knowledge and awareness to others.”
In The Sustainable Hour no 346 on 23 December 2020, we depart from our usual format, as all of our guests come from the one overseas country: Malaysia.
“I call on all leaders worldwide to declare a state of climate emergency in their countries until carbon neutrality is reached,” the Secretary-General told a global climate summit. This is the focus of The Sustainable Hour no 345.
Jan Morgan and Graeme Garrett, authors of ‘On the Edge’, teach a practice of attention, responding to the call of the world with an open heart. The energy for change and new ways of being in the world then comes to birth, they say.
World powers must pull together and retool their economies for a green future or humanity is “doomed”, UN chief Antonio Guterres warns in this interview.
“The next few decades are going to feel like falling in love, setting aside everything you thought you knew and trusting that you’ll end up in a radically different place you never could have achieved on your own,” says meteorologist and climate reporter Eric Holthaus.
The Sustainable Business Hour podcast with clippings from The Tunnel – about #ClimateEmergency, #MillionJobsPlan, #GreenRecovery and Big Oil’s move towards #ZeroCarbon