“I will not stand idly by while the very trees that are integral to our survival are ripped out of the earth and increasing our fire risk,” says Nic Fox, Isolating for Nature
The first Climate Emergency Summit in Melbourne was live-streamed on YouTube, and these recordings are now made available in shorter segments, together with an additional set of audio recordings of the break-out sessions.
In this video, Surf Coast community campaigner Alex Marshall explains why she is excited about her Council’s decision – and what she believes it will mean for children, youth and adult residents in the coastal municipality. Geelong Councillors ask: “What
We used to say, “to declare a climate emergency.” Now it has become such a common thing to do that people just say “to declare” and expect everyone to know what they mean. → You can add your name to
Australian Parents for Climate Action demand immediate emergency-scale action from all levels of government and from business to safeguard the future for our children by cutting atmospheric greenhouse emissions to safe levels…
Extinction Rebellion is a non-violent civil disobedience movement – an “alliance of the willing” – in the UK which demands of its government that it declares a climate emergency, communicates the crisis to the public and goes zero carbon already by 2025.
This page was published on 31 October 2016. It was updated on 1 September 2017 by which date it had been viewed 123 times. By September 2019, it exceeded 3,500 views When will the ABC and SBS begin to live
Our guests in The Sustainable Hour on 1 February 2017 are Simone Boer, leader of City of Greater Geelong’s Our Future project, and Steve Posselt, kayak adventurer. Listen to The Sustainable Hour no. 154 on 94.7 The Pulse: » To
Some January 2017 notes with links and contemplations as we enter a new year and are confronted with governments’ increasingly absurd lack of response to the dangerous climate change disruption – the Great Turning, collapse, catastrophe, apocalypse or whatever you want
The Sustainable Hour on 2 November 2016 is all about the ‘evil smoke’ – some prefer prettier names such as greenhouse gasses or carbon emissions – and how we will get rid of it, now that the global Paris Agreement