This message is for our readers and members in the Geelong municipality. We have three requests of you and your family, friends, communities and workmates: Currently, Geelong Council are not getting the message from the community that we want adequate
The Sustainable Hour no 366 with ChangeMaker Isabella Morand and game-developers Natalia Shafa and Edmund Weir.
Our two guests in The Sustainable Hour no 351 are the City of Greater Geelong councillors Mayor Stephanie Asher and Dr Belinda Moloney.
Our guests in the Tunnel on 18 November 2020 are two extraordinary climate leaders who are paving the way
Geelong Council candidates Tom O’Connor and Stephanie Asher together with Carl Obst, director of IDEEA Group, give their views on what will take the municipality forward.
In July 2018, the Council of the City of Richmond in California followed City of Berkeley, Montgomery County in Maryland, Hoboken City Council in New Jersey and the Los Angeles City Council and declared a climate emergency: “The City of Richmond
What do we imagine Geelong’s future could look like? The Sustainable Hour will be exploring this theme in the months to come, while reporting on how the new community consultations process which has been launched by the City of Greater
The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse on 13 April 2016 reports live from the You Yangs, a mountain 20 minutes outside Geelong, where around 50 volunteers planted trees around Big Rock, as the beginning of a ‘Green Corridor’ through
Councillors are our locally elected representatives. In City of Greater Geelong, they are elected for four year terms to represent 12 local areas. They meet regularly to deal with a wide range of issues and may be able to meet
In the 59th Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse on 11 February 2015, we talk about how we can catalyse action to reduce carbon emissions. Our guest in the sustainable studio is Fran MacDonald from the Western Alliance for Greenhouse