Climate change is here, the Australian election is here, and the third national student climate strike is here. We have two youth strikers in the studio, Caitlin Ramsay and Hilary Cao, who say they are ready to act like their
Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 24 April 2019 are singer Andrea Robertson, professor Melissa Haswell, Fatima Kidwai from Climate Leaders, Tina Zenou who stopped eating meat, and Brian Paterson from Urban Systems.
‘We are the change’ – Excerpts from Geelong’s #ClimateStrike on 15 March 2019
In particular in the field of renewable energy, 2018 gave us many landmark moments and remarkable news headlines that called for optimism. Though frustratingly slowly, the story is changing.
“Climate change is a political choice.” ~ Mike Smyth, Chair of Energy4All, speaking at the Community Energy Conference in the United Kingdom in 2015 If you are going to vote in the Victorian state election, which is just around
Allow my to have a rant. I don’t appreciate being censored. It hasn’t often happen – the only two times I recall were when I wrote something about the – in my view unpleasantly close – financial relationship between an association of patients
“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” ~ Richard Buckminster Fuller, American author (1895–1983) In The Sustainable Hour on 24 October 2018, we receive a
An hour about Sustainable House Day Geelong, the Sun Bear Festival in Anglesea, and more Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 10 October 2018 are two house owners who open their homes on Sunday 14 October: Kerri Erler from Teesdale,
An energetic Sustainable Hour where two friends of the wind – Friends of the Earth Melbourne’s Yes2Renewables coordinator Pat Simons and community-owned Hepburn Wind’s community manager Taryn Lane – help us bust a couple of industrial wind farm and power price myths,
On 25 July 2018 – a day where the National Radio News reports Greece is in a state of emergency while extreme weather ravages most of the world, while the Australian Government gladly ignores the carbon-created calamities and wants to invest