As much as we need to talk about the future, with climate change it’s important also to remember a few things that happened in the past. We didn’t have to get into this trouble, we didn’t have to have a scary climate catastrophe looming over our heads and in the back of our minds. It was a conscious, deliberate choice. Because once we get that, it also becomes a lot more obvious that getting us out of the mess similarly begins with a simple, conscious choice: The political choice.
How do you tackle climate change without actually talking climate change? Government Drought Spokesperson @GretaLeeJackson provides the answers #Tonightly pic.twitter.com/z7q06RShmm — Tonightly (@tonightly) August 30, 2018 Everyone in Australia can see it. It’s not at all funny – though Tom
“Oil drives you crazy. Oil corrupts politics. Oil buys politicians.” ~ Jeffrey D. Sachs, American economist and director of The Earth Institute We Don’t Have Time trailer. More info below “This is the most dramatic story the human family has ever
“The committee notes the consensus from the evidence that climate change is exacerbating threats and risks to Australia’s national security. These include sea level rise, bushfires, droughts, extreme rainfall events, and higher-intensity cyclones.” ~ Quote from Chapter 6, ‘Conclusions and
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.
A Sustainable Hour around cycling without helmets, road safety, zero carbon, cyclones, coal and climate change – and a butterfly whisperer who laughs in our face about the prospect of him facing a climate crimes tribunal. Interviews with comedian Mandy Nolan
The greatest threat humanity has ever been confronted with is not climate change. It is us, human beings, and the way we have organised ourselves in democracies where money flows both openly and secretly back and forth between powerful commercial
[CLIMATIC ROOT TREATMENT] is a series of blogposts seeking to uncover and understand the deeper roots of society’s problems with taking appropriate action on the climate emergency, and to explore the advantages we could see once the action sets in.
Jackray Black wrote on 29 March 2016: Last night in the middle of the night I woke and couldn’t go back to sleep, ruminating on the low point we witnessed last night on ABC Television. Greg Hunt, in response to
Ben Courtice, president of Moorabool Environment Group, is campaigning to stop a new open cut coal mine near Bacchus Marsh (00:00–29:00), while board chair and CEO of Green Music Australia, Tim Hollo, is launching a new Bring Your Own bottle