Guests in The Tunnel on 12 August 2020 are local government election candidate Monica Winston, climate activist Caroline Danaher, community survey initiator Sanja Van Huet and Councillor Trent McCarthy from Darebin City Council.
Words and ideas you can pick up, take inspiration from or copy/paste for your climate emergency election campaign.
“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.
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.
This is The Sustainable Hour’s moment. Guests in (the extended) show no 325 are Suzie Brown, Donnie Maclurlan, Peter Vadiveloo and Elizabeth Mellor
Geelong Council’s new climate action plan and policy paper demonstrate a little progress has been made on climate change within the city hall chambers.
Professor Andrew Blakers’ presentation about how Australia gets to 100% renewables and storage.
In The Tunnel on 22 July 2020 we meet three artists, who use their art to make a difference and push their ideas somewhere new.
The Sustainable Business Hour podcast with clippings from The Tunnel – about #ClimateEmergency, #MillionJobsPlan, #GreenRecovery and Big Oil’s move towards #ZeroCarbon
Interview with author Mark Lynas about his new book, ‘Our Final Warning’