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.
Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 27 November 2019 are Maree Fagan and Tory Sorensen from Extinction Rebellion Red Rebels Geelong, and Ryan Mischkulnig from The Reimaginarium.
Mik Aidt’s speech at Extinction Rebellion Geelong’s die-in on Malop Street on 12 October 2019.
Support Councillor Sarah Mansfield’s motion to declare a climate emergency for Geelong by being present at Council’s meeting on Tuesday at Geelong City Hall. Councillor Sarah Mansfield’s proposed climate emergency declaration motion can be seen on page 129 in the
The Sustainable Hour no 273 with Margie Abbott, Lauren Sandemen, and Elizabeth Meiler
“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
» Share this video on Facebook and/or YouTube Engaging our community one doorknock at a time – to #StopAdani we have to speak up both individually and collectively. Lots of #StopAdani billboards up on private fences in one area of
Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 27 June 2018 in order of appearance: • Colin Mockett’s global outlook • Josh Meadows, media and communication officer, Environmental Justice Australia, about the Beyond Coal and Gas Jamboree • Dr Chris Atmore, lawyer,
“The fossil fuel industry has become the public enemy number one. They are not paying for the destruction that they are causing. And that is one of the biggest subsidies to the industry.” ~ Dr John Iser, Victorian chair, Doctors
“My early death by fossil fuel reflects what we are doing to ourselves.” ~ David Buckel, in an e-mail sent shortly before he self-immolated As a metaphor for the destruction of the planet, David Buckel doused himself in fossil