Guests in The Sustainable Hour no. 470 are #Getoffgas campaigner Freja Leonard, climate activist Joana Partyka, and Dr Kate Booth and Tristan Sykes from Just Collapse.
An hour with Simon Kerr from Music for a Warming World and Jeannie Marsh from Melbourne’s Climate Choir and Musician’s Climate Crisis Network.
Jan Morgan and Graeme Garrett, authors of ‘On the Edge’, teach a practice of attention, responding to the call of the world with an open heart. The energy for change and new ways of being in the world then comes to birth, they say.
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’!
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.
Podcast with Stuart Rosson, author of the cli-fi novel ‘East’, about an impending collapse and the idea of starting a Carbon March to Canberra to #BurstTheBubble
Will the adult world and their trade unions take up the strike challenge for the ‘Global Week For Future’ on 20 to 27 September 2019? In the lead up to Earth Strike on 27 September, the Swedish Fridays For Future
“I have had a big blue fear since I heard in a speech that for Planet Earth, it was too late. I felt collapsed for 15 seconds.”~ Brice Pascal Abbey In an era of global ecological destruction, climate change is
Ready for a self-managed online climate emergency resilience course? I invite you to begin that journey right here, right now. The first step will be to watch two one-hour video presentations which you find further down on this page. But
[ Climatic clippings no 8 in 2018 ] 100 years from now, our descendants will look back on our choices in this era as no less serious than the choices made during WWI. Simply: We have the choice to preserve civilization