Coldplay’s move is bold and unique in a similar was as Greta’s first day in front of the Swedish Parliament was. It is an idea which is replicable, and it can spread and morph just like a virus can.
In The Sustainable Hour on 4 December 2019, Mik Aidt has just returned from a speaker-trip in New Zealand, where he talked about the emerging ‘Pause Movement’ and the impact which a wave of ‘Coldplay Moments’ could trigger
Our guest in The Sustainable Hour on 23 October 2019 is artist and radio host Zahidah Zeytoun Millie who is organising a multi-media art exhibition of works set on the theme Mangroves from the Water to be exhibited for a
More than 190 UK institutions and individuals from the arts and culture sectors have pledged to declare a climate emergency and in this way become part of a first wave of climate emergency declarers in the country.
Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 30 January 2019 are Lachlan Magee, energy solutions manager at Choice Solar, Luke Taylor, director of the National Sustainable Living Festival, and Deborah Punton from Greensong Ecopsychology
Guest in The Climate Emergency Warming Room on 26 September is Rosemary Nugent from Humans in Geelong, who gives us all the details about the optimistic Humans’ expo which is held near Geelong Waterfront on Sunday 7 October. We talk
Sunday 22 April is supposed to be Earth’s day and all about how we secure a future free of plastic pollution. Meanwhile, we, the human species on Earth, appear to have arrived at our ‘now-or-never moment’ as far as our
It is still below the radar of popular music in the mainstream media, but musicians are beginning to act, react and take action on climate change issues. Concerning the gas industry’s method of ‘fracking’, for instance, over 500 songs –
Our guests in The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse on 26 April 2017 are: Dorthe Pedersen, co-founder of Cycling Without Age, Tim Buckley, industry analyst from Institute of Energy Economics and Financial Analysis, Guy Abrahams, CEO of Climarte and
An utterly offensive disgrace of last century’s technology that lost its social license to pollute long ago…? …or a company the city can be proud of? Viva Energy obviously thought it was worth thousands of dollars to see if they