In the second episode we talk with Nathan Havay about how business can play a leading role in reversing carbon emissions to Climate Take Back.
The Sustainable Business Hour podcast with clippings from The Tunnel – about #ClimateEmergency, #MillionJobsPlan, #GreenRecovery and Big Oil’s move towards #ZeroCarbon
How companies and organisations can build a strategy for exponential climate action. Prepare for the fastest economic transition in history.
Our guest in The Sustainable Hour on 7 August 2019 is Derek Ryan from Transition Street Saleyards in North Geelong. His amazing Do-It-Yourself effort with storing and recycling water in his home is featured in our ‘Show Me How’ episode
On 20 May, Dale Vince, an entrepreneur and founder of the renewable energy utilities firm Ecotricity, publicly declared a climate emergency for his company with a pledge to upgrade the company’s current sustainability commitments to become a carbon-neutral business by 2025
488 companies have set their own emissions reduction targets Companies representing around one eighth of total global market capitalisation are now using climate science to define their future direction of travel. Over 130 new corporates have made science-based emissions reduction
Our guest in The Sustainable Hour on 15 August 2018 is Maxine Bazeley of Teal Collaborative, who lives in Torquay and is a member of Surf Coast Energy Group. She is a former radio presenter on 94.7 The Pulse and
Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 28 March 2018 are Bernadette Uzelac, Chief Executive Officer, Geelong Chamber of Commerce, and Charles Kovess, Marketing Director, Textile and Composite Industries. They describe their vision of how Geelong could reinvent itself as a
Our guests in the Sustainable Studio on 13 September 2017 are Barbara Ferrante, owner of Salon Eve in Geelong, and Krystina Birch, Sustainable Salons Australia’s Victorian representative. We visit Gayle English and Phil Slocombe at It’s Only Natural, an eco-friendly dry cleaning
As it looks from our studio window at 94.7 The Pulse, this Sustainable Hour marks the beginning of a new era in Victoria where a fourth of all Australians from now on stand united with one common goal: a sustainable