Yet few journalists, public policy actors or researchers have heard of the Atlas Network. Here’s an opportunity to catch up and understand what is actually going on.
An ‘open source’ fiction story about courage, community and change. Plus ChatGPT’s analysis of it.
“The real struggle over the next decade will not be for notoriety or power or wealth or pleasure but for something much more precious: Whether we will maintain the respect of our children.”~ Rupert Read The Sustainable Hour no. 469 |
Academic researchers say the fossil fuel industry engages in ‘discourses of delay’ to divert attention away from the crisis
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
Guest in The Sustainable Hour on 25 September 2019 is Lachie Chomley from The Farm Next Door in Norlane.
Cheers: Climate policy procrastination can now celebrate its 30 year anniversary in Australia and the United States. Consequently is should be no surprise that we are now beginning to see statements such as these from the scientific community: “At this
A review of the new book ‘Unprecedented Crime: Climate Science Denial and Game Changers for Survival’ by Dr Peter Carter and Dr Elizabeth Woodworth Reviewed by Dr Andrew Glikson, Earth and Paleoclimate scientist, Australian National University “The era of procrastination,
What should the Geelong community’s ‘Zero Carbon Action Plan’ look like? Have your say! Also, write a letter to the editor of the Geelong Advertiser, and get involved on ‘Zero Emissions Day’, 21 September 2017 – the global 24-hour moratorium
“The Federal government has been promoting coal, misleading the public on causes of blackouts and electricity rises, and trashing renewable power. They’ve seemingly forgotten all about climate change. Meanwhile extreme weather has played havoc on power infrastructure around the country,