Guests in The Tunnel of the 348th Sustainable Hour are: Director of the National Sustainable Living Festival Luke Taylor and Swedish sustainability consultant Mats Larsson.
Guests in the studio are seven-year-old Holly and her mum Jana Holmer, who share their enthusiasm for everything organic, repurposed or reinvented.
“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” ~ Richard Buckminster Fuller, American author (1895–1983) In The Sustainable Hour on 24 October 2018, we receive a
“Try to be happy and helpful…” ~ William Tanner Vollmann, author of ‘Carbon Ideologies’ “‘Carbon Ideologies’ seeks to explain to future inhabitants of Earth why we, the people of today, persisted in emitting carbon into the atmosphere in spite of
A lowcarbon-loving author, an American economist, a local expert in Geelong’s history and the Terminator help us change the story as we roll out The Sustainable Hour no. 207 on 14 March 2018 on 94.7 The Pulse. Listen here: »
A review of the new book ‘Unprecedented Crime: Climate Science Denial and Game Changers for Survival’ by Dr Peter Carter and Dr Elizabeth Woodworth Reviewed by Dr Andrew Glikson, Earth and Paleoclimate scientist, Australian National University “The era of procrastination,
Our first guest in The Sustainable Hour on 25 October 2017 is the Geelong-based author and columnist Trevor Pescott who presents his new book, ‘Birds and Botanists: A field naturalist’s history of Geelong’. We play an excerpt of a speech
In The Sustainable Hour on 16 November 2016, we look at the variety of campaign solutions which are at offer when it comes to solving the the most important challenge humankind has ever had to face, climate change. One direction
In The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse on 19 October 2016 we meet Dave Martin, a sustainable builder who started Small Giants and a concept of ‘sustainable apprenticeship’, we talk with Annie Raser-Rowland about her new book, ‘The Art
The more we spend and the richer we are, the more we pollute. The world’s richest 10 per cent produce half of all carbon emissions, according to a recent Oxfam study. A person among the richest one per cent produces