The Sustainable Hour no 389 with soil champion Bev Middleton, Blocade Australia activists Marco and Rilka, and coal miner Grant Howard.
“Time for politicians to act”, said the scientists more than 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
Center for Climate Safety urges the Australian Senate to adopt the ‘Galilee Basin Coal Prohibition Bill Act’ which prohibits the mining of thermal coal in the Galilee Basin in Queensland. The Climate Council of Australia concluded already in 2015 that
» Share this video on Facebook and/or YouTube Engaging our community one doorknock at a time – to #StopAdani we have to speak up both individually and collectively. Lots of #StopAdani billboards up on private fences in one area of
“The time has come / to pay our share.” ~ Midnight Oil, ‘Beds Are Burning’, 1987 The time has come… for a youth revolution, for carbon drawdown and for keeping the climate-wrecking fossils in the ground – which means putting a
How do you tackle climate change without actually talking climate change? Government Drought Spokesperson @GretaLeeJackson provides the answers #Tonightly pic.twitter.com/z7q06RShmm — Tonightly (@tonightly) August 30, 2018 Everyone in Australia can see it. It’s not at all funny – though Tom
“At the end of the day, I look after my own interests.” ~ Mario Mancusso, butcher, Newmarket Quality Meats, Flemington, Melbourne, on 29 March 2018 Down under, maybe not surprisingly, things are often turned upside-down. In particular the truth. During
By Dr Andrew Glikson, Earth and Paleoclimate scientist, Australian National University When Hurricane Harvey hit the United States in August 2017, it was called a “500-year event” and referred to as “historic” and “unprecedented”. The press has a short memory.
The blockade of Adani’s construction works in Queensland is becoming Australia’s next frontline in the fight against the climate crisis caused by an industry that wants us to keep burning their fossil fuels. In the morning on 6 December 2017,
“What is clear is that Mr Milner is familiar with the revolving door between politics and lobbying. He spent 18 months as Bill Shorten’s chief of staff — helping hone the strategy that nearly carried Labor to victory at the