Interview with author Mark Diesendorf about his new book, ‘The Path to a Sustainable Civilisation’.
Transcript of Mik Aidt’s interview with associate professor Mark Diesendorf about ‘The Path to a Sustainable Civilisation’
Guests in The Sustainable Hour no. 459 are Paul Oosting from Acacia Money and Tammi Jonas from the Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance
Our guests in The Sustainable Hour no. 456 are Mike Bodsworth, who is deputy mayor of Surf Coast Shire, and Blair Palese, managing director of Climate & Capital Media.
The Sustainable Hour no. 417 with Steven Hail and Gabrielle Bond about an exciting new eco-economics course at Torrens University in Adelaide, and a tribute to climate strategist Philip Sutton who died suddenly last week.
Clippings from the newsstream and research about what a ‘green recovery’ means – and how it can improve our quality of life
The problem with Labor’s support for climate action is that it is either fake, hollow or misguided. We need to call out those politicians who think they can sign a climate emergency declaration and then spruik fossil fuels. Peter Khalil,
Guests in the Sustainable Hour no 218 are: Claire Ziegler, a member of Geelong Sustainability, the Repair Cafe in Highton and organiser of a World Environment Day event, and Colin Mockett, who is just back from Shanghai and has a
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: »
“[Offshore wind energy] has dropped 70 per cent in two years! The International Energy Agency thought that might have happened by 2030, 2040… It’s happened today. And that’s technology for you. That’s finance for you. That’s game over. But the