“Time for politicians to act”, said the scientists three decades years ago. But politicians didn’t think it was time. As this blogpost documents, through more than half a century, we – humanity, but in particular: our elected leaders and business
The Sustainable Hour’s special one-hour report on the global movement of local governments declaring a climate emergency
Our guests in The Sustainable Hour on 19 June 2019: Alex Marshall calls for community support to get Surf Coast Council to vote for a climate emergency declaration on their 25 June meeting. 19-year-old Alex has been driving a petition
“We will take this emergency seriously,” said opposition leader Bill Shorten just two days before the federal election and on the same day the ACT Government declared a climate emergency.
“If you’ve been keeping your powder dry, waiting for the moment when the climate fight really needed you–right about now would be that moment.”
London calling: In The Sustainable Hour on 8 May 2019, we cancel some of our planned interview appointments in order to make room for reporting about something historic: the breakthrough for the climate emergency declaration and mobilisation which has been
Screen it for your colleagues, class mates, students, or an entire school → Share via YouTube “A landmark documentary”~ The Guardian Sir David Attenborough literally is the voice of Our Planet – the Netflix series by this title, that is.
Dispatching from the climate emergency bunker on 13 March 2019
We talk about the climate emergency’s BBQ-moment in The Sustainable Hour on 6 February 2018: a summer where the climate emergency for the first time is no longer a taboo to talk about at social gatherings
[ Climatic clippings no 9 in 2018 ] 2018 was the year when words of emergency, breakdown, collapse and extinction started ringing in our ears with more disturbing clarity than ever before, but even so, the destruction of our climate continued