In The Sustainable Hour no. 426, we welcome Mik Aidt back from his two weeks in Denmark. The tables are turned on him as he becomes our guest.
Allow my to have a rant. I don’t appreciate being censored. It hasn’t often happen – the only two times I recall were when I wrote something about the – in my view unpleasantly close – financial relationship between an association of patients
Sweden On 15 June 2017, the Swedish Parliament took a decision on the most important climate reform in the country’s history. Sweden committed to cutting its net carbon emissions to zero by 2045, becoming the first country to significantly upgrade
Can an entire region transform to being self-supplied by 100 per cent renewable energy in less than ten years? Yes, explains Søren Hermansen from Denmark who spearheaded his island’s efforts to become energy independent and even a clean energy exporter.
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
“We need to understand that we are together in this, and I think Cycling Without Age can actually bring that across.” ~ Dorthe Pedersen, co-founder of Cycling Without Age Transcript of interview with Dorthe Pedersen The Sustainable Hour on 94.7
The Danish energy company SE has produced six for an energy company rather unusual – sometimes emotional, sometimes humourous and a bit silly – short-films about climate change, climate despair and climate solutions, asking: “WTF DO WE DO WITH CLIMATE” “Please give
Migration to the cities of the world and declining respect for craftsmanship has distanced us from nature. When people no longer live close to nature or work with its resources, they lose respect for it. This has paved the way
Communities can become the driving force behind the concrete changes that our planet is so badly in need of. A multiplicity of joint initiatives is a good antidote for the feeling of powerlessness and incapacity, including the incapacity that leads
Mik Aidt’s presentation at the Geelong Green Drinks on 24 August 2016 » Suggestion: Start the player and listen while you take your time to browse through the photos below An audio recording of a ten-minute group workshop at the end