Fossil fuel companies lied for decades about climate change, and humanity is paying the price. Shouldn’t those lies be central to the public narrative? By Mark Hertsgaard Every person on Earth today is living in a crime scene. This crime
The unregulated climate-destruction is often called “a crime against humanity”, yet the silence of our courts has been a decade-long mystery. This is changing fast now as more and more climate rights activists come out of court chambers with their
Guest in The Sustainable Hour no 359 is professor Yin Paradies, who teaches race relations and indigenous studies at Deakin University.
The Sustainable Hour no 330 with Edwina Robinson from Climate Factory, Deano Goodbrew from Goodbrew Kombucha and Dan Bleakley from Access Disrupt.
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.
Today I did something I’ve never done before. I did an angry podcast, and put myself in front of the microphone most of the way. My mood was triggered by a couple things.
“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
Whether as a rallying rebel or a lifestyle reformist, “we need everyone,” as Greta Thunberg says. One year ago, Greta Thunberg started school striking for the climate outside the Swedish parliament, “simply because something had to be done,” as she
Today we are launching the fifth episode of our ‘Show me how’ video series on YouTube – which is about energy. The title of the episode is “Transitioning towards energy freedom”. ⚡️ Our guests in The Sustainable Hour on 14
The new Icelandic film ‘Woman at War’ creatively tells the story about what could begin to happen in real life: ‘resistance groups’ sabotaging polluting infrastructure and products.