Our guests in The Tunnel on 5 August 2020, as we get organised for the Hiatus, are law student Katta O’Donnell and online human rights blogger Sarah Josephine Liberty.
Today I did something I’ve never done before. I did an angry podcast, and put myself in front of the microphone most of the way. My mood was triggered by a couple things.
Gilbert Rochecouste, the Melbourne-based agent of change who founded the world-renowned placemaking company Village Well, joins Mik in The Tunnel for a talk about what’s happening and where we need to go from here
Content on this page:→ Introduction→ Inspirational news and stories→ Initiatives and organisations→ Useful tips “The world’s best climate experts have released the most comprehensive report on climate change ever made. The conclusions are sobering. Our climate is changing at a
This website currently has an average of 3,500-4,000 visitors per month. It contains over 600 posts, articles and podcast-pages. The three most viewed pages in total are Vision: A popular movement for climate safety, What we all can do and
Everything audiowise about climate change and sustainability There is a lot to listen to out there. Dive in! #AUSTRALIA: #GEELONG | #AUSTRALIA: The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse By Anthony Gleeson, Jackie Matthews, Colin Mockett and Mik Aidt Examples: Earth
“Many of us all around the world have had enough, and we are rebelling.”
~ Professor David A Hood AM
Our guest in The Sustainable Hour on 7 August 2019 is Derek Ryan from Transition Street Saleyards in North Geelong. His amazing Do-It-Yourself effort with storing and recycling water in his home is featured in our ‘Show Me How’ episode
To everyone who cares about climate safety and climate justice for all of us, this is your invitation to join the Global #ClimateStrike on 20 September 2019 – millions of people around the world standing up to confront the climate
The problem with Labor’s support for climate action is that it is either fake, hollow or misguided. We need to call out those politicians who think they can sign a climate emergency declaration and then spruik fossil fuels. Peter Khalil,