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.
Citizens’ Climate Conventions – also known as citizens’ assemblies on climate – are emerging as the new norm for legitimate and quality decision-making in many democratic forums around the world. Is the climate movement paying attention?
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Carbon consultant Heidi Fog’s 10 suggestions for doable ways to cut your own individual carbon footprint in half.
There’s something going on which we need to talk about more openly: The climate issue is also a gender issue
Lots of us have been convinced that our individual action on climate change isn’t worth the effort and the cost. But is it true?
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
Australian Parents for Climate Action demand immediate emergency-scale action from all levels of government and from business to safeguard the future for our children by cutting atmospheric greenhouse emissions to safe levels…
The lesson from Australia’s abolished carbon tax and France’s cancelled petrol tax is that it is extremely important that it is done in such a way that is reasonable and fair, and is carefully explained so that it is also perceived by the wider public in that way
An energetic Sustainable Hour where two friends of the wind – Friends of the Earth Melbourne’s Yes2Renewables coordinator Pat Simons and community-owned Hepburn Wind’s community manager Taryn Lane – help us bust a couple of industrial wind farm and power price myths,