Our guests in The Sustainable Hour no. 442 are PhD Candidate Kirsty Jackson, who studies childrens’ connection with nature, and Kim Mallee, who has started selling ‘solar plots’ in Australia’s first ‘solar garden’
Deakin University PhD student Natalie Purves is searching for two schools who will take part in her climate action study, Rusty calls in from Australia’s coal capital Newcastle, and Heidi Fog delivers her second ‘Sustainable Endpoint’ episode.
Twenty-two short video lectures by Richard Heinberg and offered by Post Carbon Institute to help you learn how we can work together to build a truly sustainable, equitable and resilient world.
The Sustainable Hour’s #FridaysForFuture special broadcasted live from Albert Park College in Melbourne
An existential Sustainable Hour with James McLennan, education program manager at The Farmer’s Place and ResourceSmart Schools coordinator, talking about climate change, leadership, kids with ‘nature deficit disorder’, the idea of taking fossil fuel executives bushwalking and how 60 out
Guest in The Sustainable Hour on 24 May 2017 is Dr Simone Boer, manager of strategy and program delivery of ‘Our Future’, the new 30-year vision for Geelong city and region which links life-long learning and education with industry and
“I’d put my money on the sun and solar energy.” ~ Thomas Edison, American inventor (1847–1931) Once or twice a month, I have been getting these emails and phone calls from schools in the region, asking me, “How did you
How do you get an entire school to talk about composting and waste with excitement and big smiles? How do you get kids started on the journey to become sustainability and energy literate – and towards an environmentally conscious behaviour?
In The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse on 16 September 2015 we report from the Second Sustainability Party at Sydenham-Hillside Primary School. We have interviews with the Climate Guardian Angels from ClimActs, who are taking kids’ letters to the
Why is Pope Francis’ teaching letter, the encyclical, so significant? Because it has brought the questions around not just climate change, but to Australians more specifically coal mining and onshore gas mining into the moral’s sphere of the total element