The Sustainable Hour team becomes an earwitness to what it sounds like when a community radio station declares a climate emergency as a world’s first
The next Laudato Si’ Circle at St Mary’s is on Wednesday 27 November 2019.Time: 6:00pm to 7:00pmLocation: St Mary’s, downstairs room The format for this gathering will be a minute of contemplative silence, followed by the reading of a letter
MESSAGE TO COUNCILLORS: Leadership, responsibility, integrity The three key words in the discussion about whether or not Geelong Council should declare a climate emergency are: leadership, responsibility and integrity. Former Liberal leader Dr John Hewson put it this way –
The first half of this Regenerative Hour is about mangroves, seaweed and blue carbon in an indigenous perspective. The rest of the podcast digs into the topics of soil health and carbon sequestering through regenerative farming.
Mik has picked up the video camera on his phone to start ‘youtubing’ about people in his city who are reducing their ecological footprint
“It’s hard not to feel despair at headlines full of fires, floods, hurricanes, and droughts. But the science tells us we still have time to turn it around if governments listen to the people, instead of the oil and gas
The Sustainable Hour no 284 with carbon consultant Heidi Fog and school strike organiser Audrey Aronsten-Whytcross from AYCC in the studio
“My generation won’t be able to fly other than for emergencies in a foreseeable future, if we are to be the least bit serious about the 1.5 degree warming limit…”
“Many of us all around the world have had enough, and we are rebelling.”
~ Professor David A Hood AM
Our guest in the second episode of ‘Regenerative Hours’ is Dr Geoff Berry for a talk about our relationship with nature, the search for 21st century ethics, and the concept of “being at home in the universe”.