“The next few decades are going to feel like falling in love, setting aside everything you thought you knew and trusting that you’ll end up in a radically different place you never could have achieved on your own,” says meteorologist and climate reporter Eric Holthaus.
The 24th Regenerative Hour features excerpts from a zoom-presentation by climate emergency candidate Bryony Edwards from CACE and professor Will Steffen from Australia National University and the Climate Council, along with excerpts from Greta Thunberg’s ‘Summer Talk 2020’
A bigger-than-usual alliance of organisations and climate activist NGOs is aspiring to change human history, nothing less. And we are all invited to be part of it. Find out how you can contribute to the COUNTDOWN.
What we can do from the inside. Guests in The Sustainable Hour no 313 are economist Jim Crosthwaite who talks about the economics of gas, and Janet Massey who talks about her electric car.
An hour with Dr John Merory – the highly experienced neurologist who became a whole-hearted climate activist
Your help is needed: You still have the opporunity to make your submission to the City of Greater Geelong’s proposed Sustainability Framework and Action Plan The City of Greater Geelong (CoGG) has created a Sustainability Framework intended to guide Council
Twenty-two short video lectures by Richard Heinberg and offered by Post Carbon Institute to help you learn how we can work together to build a truly sustainable, equitable and resilient world.
Guests in the The Sustainable Hour on Earth Day 22 April 2020 are Suzie Brown from Australian Parents for Climate Action, Karina Donkers who is starting a climate leadership course in May, and Robert Rothko, who launches his new climate-related song today: ‘Coffee’.
Guests in The Sustainable Hour no 309 on 15 April 2020 are Nerida Thompson from Neighbours United for Climate Action, Colin Long from the Victorian Trades Hall Council who is manager of Just Transitions for Workers, and AFL player Jasper Pittard, a defender for the North Melbourne Kangaroos
Selfishness and greed among some members of the community can put us all in danger — and that’s no matter whether the issue is a virus crisis or a climate crisis.