We need nothing less than a Climate Revolution, and that revolution begins in your head. Enter our new podcast series, The Climate Revolution.
A 2021 New Year’s contemplation by the director of Centre for Climate Safety, as he listens to Greta Thunberg’s call to action, “Try to learn as much as you possibly can – and spread that knowledge and awareness to others.”
In The Sustainable Hour no 346 on 23 December 2020, we depart from our usual format, as all of our guests come from the one overseas country: Malaysia.
In The Sustainable Hour on 2 December 2020, our special guest is elite surfer Adrian (Ace) Buchan.
We take an encouraging step on the Stairway to Hiatus in The Tunnel this week. Together with our three guests we discover how to live – and live well – in the climate emergency. Welcome to our first ‘Sustainable Disaster Hour’!
Our guests in The Tunnel on 5 August 2020, as we get organised for the Hiatus, are law student Katta O’Donnell and online human rights blogger Sarah Josephine Liberty.
Guests in the The Sustainable Hour on Earth Day 22 April 2020 are Suzie Brown from Australian Parents for Climate Action, Karina Donkers who is starting a climate leadership course in May, and Robert Rothko, who launches his new climate-related song today: ‘Coffee’.
Guests in The Sustainable Hour no 309 on 15 April 2020 are Nerida Thompson from Neighbours United for Climate Action, Colin Long from the Victorian Trades Hall Council who is manager of Just Transitions for Workers, and AFL player Jasper Pittard, a defender for the North Melbourne Kangaroos
There’s something going on which we need to talk about more openly: The climate issue is also a gender issue
Dr Clifford Kendall is a UK trained doctor who has worked largely in South Africa since 2010. On 14 July 2019, he started a hunger strike outside the UK Parliament to push for more aggressive action on the climate and