The Sustainable Hour no 323 Four guests in The Tunnel on 15 July 2020. What a packed program today! From time to time over the last 10 weeks, Jackie Matthews has been excitedly telling us how good the ‘Nature Stewards’ course that
Speech by David Spear, the Executive Officer of Geelong Sustainability’s brand new social enterprise called GreenLight.
How we can affect our climate change future? At Geelong Sustainability’s Clever Living Seminar on 3 March 2020 at the Geelong Library, David Spear, CEO of Greenlight, and Gene Blackley, director of Drawdown Australia presented their answers to that question.
An hour about green cooking passion, carbon offsetting, international emissions policies and how we all can make a difference
The eight Regenerative Hour is recorded at a beautiful place called Narmbool, where we meet with Colleen Filippa, founder and director of Fifteen Trees, and Mathew Dowler from the Narmbool Education Team
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
“One of the main drivers of our climate and biodiversity crisis is land use, specifically agriculture. It is a key area people need to understand – this is really important for everybody.” ~ Shane Ward, Action Ecology
The first half of this Regenerative Hour is about mangroves, seaweed and blue carbon in an indigenous perspective. The rest of the podcast digs into the topics of soil health and carbon sequestering through regenerative farming.
Interview with Gene Blackley, who is starting up the ambitious project Drawdown Australia and is looking for people who would like to join him on that journey. The interview was recorded on 18 September 2018 in Melbourne, where Gene Blackley
“The time has come / to pay our share.” ~ Midnight Oil, ‘Beds Are Burning’, 1987 The time has come… for a youth revolution, for carbon drawdown and for keeping the climate-wrecking fossils in the ground – which means putting a