43 Australian climate organisations representing more than two million Australians, support a ‘Yes’ for the Voice Referendum.
Guest in The Sustainable Hour no. 418 is ecologist and scientist Harald Ehmann. Heidi Fog delivers the sixth episode of her carbon-cutting ‘Sustainable Endpoint’ series.
In The Sustainable Hour no 398 visual artist and doctor Julie Shiels presents her new book ‘The Grandmasters #Sh*tf*ckery’ and professor Yin Paradies talks about up-coming events at the Moora Moora intentional community.
Guest in The Sustainable Hour no 359 is professor Yin Paradies, who teaches race relations and indigenous studies at Deakin University.
In The Sustainable Hour no 337 on 21 October 2020 we have two people closely associated with the making of the award-winning film ‘In My Blood It Runs‘: Traditional elder William Tilmouth and the film’s director Maya Newell.
The Sustainable Hour no 322 with Sarah Jones and Jamie Marloo Thomas, co-founders of Wayapa Wuurrk, election candidate Belinda Moloney and youth correspondent Ben Pocock
Guests in The Sustainable Hour no 315 are Geelong Councillor Ron Nelson, chair of Council’s Waste & Resource Recovery committee, and Clare Land, author of the recently released book, ‘Decolonising Solidarity’
As Australia enters its annual Reconciliation Week, we talk with Mel King and Vicky Grosser from Geelong One Fire Reconciliation Group about how and why traditional custodians of the land put culture before coal, while ramping up community-owned renewable energy
Seed is Australia’s first Indigenous youth climate network and is part of the Australian Youth Climate Coalition which has 120,000 members. The youth is shaking the tree! In the 82nd Sustainable Hour on 22 July 2015 on 94.7 The Pulse,
Today, The Sustainable Hour introduces you to three adventurous Australians who went one big step further to spread the message about the urgent need for change as far as our environmental impact and carbon footprint is concerned. Mary Beth Gundrum