As much as we need to talk about the future, with climate change it’s important also to remember a few things that happened in the past. We didn’t have to get into this trouble, we didn’t have to have a scary climate catastrophe looming over our heads and in the back of our minds. It was a conscious, deliberate choice. Because once we get that, it also becomes a lot more obvious that getting us out of the mess similarly begins with a simple, conscious choice: The political choice.
Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 27 February 2019 are: [20:50] Judy Hassel, organiser of the Sustainable Living Show in Queenscliffe on 23 March 2019. [33:04] Brianne West, founder of the beauty products company Ethique, who talks about how we
Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 20 February 2019 are filmmaker David Lowe, singing teenagers Karla and Anna from Denmark, and Colin Mockett. We play an excerpt from a presentation by Margaret Klein Salamon.
The world is changing fast. If we don’t keep track of the changes, we lose out on the opportunities we have right in front of our nose to transform, transition, change and improve our city, our homes and our lives.
Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 13 Februay 2019 are two first-time councillors of the Greater Geelong City Council: Cr Sarah Mansfield, Chair of the Environment and Sustainability Portfolio, and Cr Stephanie Asher, Chair of the Planning Portfolio.
Ready for a self-managed online climate emergency resilience course? I invite you to begin that journey right here, right now. The first step will be to watch two one-hour video presentations which you find further down on this page. But
We talk about the climate emergency’s BBQ-moment in The Sustainable Hour on 6 February 2018: a summer where the climate emergency for the first time is no longer a taboo to talk about at social gatherings
Australian Parents for Climate Action demand immediate emergency-scale action from all levels of government and from business to safeguard the future for our children by cutting atmospheric greenhouse emissions to safe levels…
As we enter 2019, three new global climate emergency movements are making headlines: Extinction Rebellion, which started in England in 2018, the council climate emergency declaration campaign, which started in Australia in 2016 and now counts 40 councils, and the school strike movement, which Greta Thunberg started in Sweden in August 2018.
A sustainable hour with Damien Cole where he announces that he is running as an independent for the seat of Corangamite in the upcoming federal election.