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.
Every Friday Caroline Danaher and whoever else joins her on the day sit at a table right in front of the office of their local member of the federal parliament: Sarah Henderson, member for Corangamite, who has her office in Waurn Ponds in the outskirts of Geelong…
Caroline Danaher is Geelong’s persistent climate action campaigner, who every Friday sits in front of her local Member of Parliament’s office in support of Greta Thunberg’s #FridaysForFuture school strike.
Support for Greta Thunberg’s call keeps rising. Activists from numerous countries are preparing a Global Day for Climate Action on 15 March 2019.
A three-minute report from the ‘school strike’ for climate action in Geelong, Australia, with interviews with some of the students who bravely walked out from their different schools in Geelong on Friday 23 November 2018. The #FridaysForFuture action took place
“If you want to join us in striking, you could walk out of school, like us, in November and go and sit outside a politician’s office with your own climate strike sign,” writes Harriet and Milou, who – inspired by
Guest in The Sustainable Hour on 31 October 2018 is Ken Dickens, managing director of Corio Waste Management. Paul Wittwer explains that the National Day of Inaction on 30 November 2018 is actually a day of climate action. Australian school
National Day of Inaction: 30 November 2018 “We are sick of the inaction of government and business on climate change. So we are taking a sick day” ~ Victorian climate activists “Use the National Day of Inaction to start conversations