What we can do from the inside. Guests in The Sustainable Hour no 313 are economist Jim Crosthwaite who talks about the economics of gas, and Janet Massey who talks about her electric car.
Is it possible to recognise climate change as a global emergency and order a newly built bikelane demolished at one and the same council meeting? Well. Geelong Council managed to do just that on 25 february 2020.
Lifestyle interview with John Paul Lopez Taberdo who runs a sustainable travel business in Geelong, Victoria
We kick off the 275th Sustainable Hour with yet another of the now world-famous Geelong Roars, which we recorded on Friday at 11:59am in front of Geelong City Hall. Video below. Our guest in the studio is Tom Allen from
Clippings from the news stream about individual action on climate change “There is research showing that climate change is happening faster than we thought. We’re in a car hurtling towards the edge of a cliff, we’ve got our foot on
A lowcarbon-loving author, an American economist, a local expert in Geelong’s history and the Terminator help us change the story as we roll out The Sustainable Hour no. 207 on 14 March 2018 on 94.7 The Pulse. Listen here: »
Why is it either a ‘Big Yes!’ or ‘Hell No!’ to new bike lanes? Could there be a middle ground? If we want better bike connections in our city, there are a number of myths to be dispelled and frustrations
Our guest in The Sustainable Hour on 31 January 2018 is Barton Van Laar from Bike Safe who shares his knowledge and views on Geelong Council’s public consultation about the establishment of two new $5 million bike paths through the
More and more Australians would like to harness the tremendous benefits of biking, such as physical and mental well-being, clean air and climate safety. As the photo above shows, which is from Geelong in the 1950s, Australians actually were used
A Sustainable Hour around cycling without helmets, road safety, zero carbon, cyclones, coal and climate change – and a butterfly whisperer who laughs in our face about the prospect of him facing a climate crimes tribunal. Interviews with comedian Mandy Nolan