Guests in The Sustainable Hour no. 432 are Yaraan Couzens Bundle, who campaigns against the gas industry’s seismic blasting in the ocean, and Esteban Servat and Louise Wagner, both from Debt for Climate.
Allow my to have a rant. I don’t appreciate being censored. It hasn’t often happen – the only two times I recall were when I wrote something about the – in my view unpleasantly close – financial relationship between an association of patients
First they enriched us with Donald Duck. Now the Americans are bringing to the world their very own… Donald Dumb and his backroom club of fossil fools. It may turn out to be better news that it seemed at first.
Today in The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse, we talk about air pollution and cheating with air quality measurements. Outraged by the recent Volkswagen and Exxon scandals, we take a look at local examples of scandalous emissions fraud and
At a time when governments protect and promote the coal and gas industries… At a time when the entire world is saying that coal and gas urgently need to be phased out due to the climatic complications caused by the
The Sustainable Hour on 19 March 2014 looks into our choice between free and clean energy along with a safer climate on one hand, and expensive, polluting burning of carbon combined with catastrophic climate-doom with economic collapse on the other.
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“Everyone can appreciate how oil — the dinosaurs’ parting gift to Man — can be used to help build a better future for everyone. Let’s Go!” This is not Shell speaking. But it does look that way when you enter
The level of commitment in pledges among anti-coal activists has taken a step upwards. Signatures or letter-writing simply won’t do any more. To prevent the construction of the largest coal mining complex in the world, an activist group in Australia
Is it going too far to accuse a large number of Danish corporate executives for being irresponsible and greedy, considering the response they have given to the Danish government’s new climate plan? Well, judge for yourself when you have read