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.
The Sustainable Hour no 367: Redesigning the way climate movements mobilise – with Theo Kitchener and Dr Ruchina Talukdar.
The Sustainable Hour no 366 with ChangeMaker Isabella Morand and game-developers Natalia Shafa and Edmund Weir.
Ryan Hagen’s and Crowdsourcing Sustainability’s theory of change.
Military leaders are changing the story in the race to raise sufficent awareness in the general public to create the required political change and action before it is too late.
The Sustainable Hour no 365 with mindfulness coach Lise Saugeres and environmental journalist and filmmaker Crusty.
The unregulated climate-destruction is often called “a crime against humanity”, yet the silence of our courts has been a decade-long mystery. This is changing fast now as more and more climate rights activists come out of court chambers with their
The Sustainable Hour no 364 on 26 May 2021 with Mark Wakeham from the Australian Council of Trade Unions. Also featuring: Ben Pocock, Rusty and Sal Fisher.
Does the Geelong Council’s proposed budget reflect that the Council has acknowledged that we are in a climate emergency?
We took a benchmarking-look at what Queenscliffe and Surf Coast currently are doing in comparison.
Summary from the sold-out Geelong Energy Futures Forum