Agenda and speakerlist for the Climate Emergency Town Hall meeting on 9 September 2023 at the Melbourne Town Hall at 1pm.
Our guests in The Sustainable Hour no. 473 are placemaker Gilbert Rochecouste from Village Well and clinical psychologist Louise Shepherd who works for a teal independent Member of Parliament.
Our guest in The Sustainable Hour no. 472 is Julie Lyford, who is chair of Womens’ Environmental Leadership Australia, WELA, and of Groundswell Gloucester.
Our guests in The Sustainable Hour no. 455 are Tejopala Rawls from the Australian Religious Response to Climate Change, and Vonne Yang from slow fashion start-up InRo.
The Sustainable Hour no 413 with Rebecca Evered, sustainability manager at Cleanaway, Jasmine Speers from AusRegen and carbon consultant Heidi Fog.
Guest in The Sustainable Hour no 412 is psychologist and climate activist Jane Morton with advice on how we can use our preferential voting system to give climate-concerned candidates the best chance of overall success.
If you live in Geelong, Bellarine or Surf Coast, and if climate is your main concern this election, it should be relatively simple to figure out how to vote at the federal election.
Our guest in The Sustainable Hour on 4 May 2022 is Newcastle surgeon Dr Robert Eisenberg who started www.voteearthnow.com which provides a ‘How to vote’ guide for climate concerned voters.
The Sustainable Hour no. 407 with Deb Leonard, independent candidate for Monash, Adam Tyson from Voices for Monash, and Danny Noonan from Fireproof Australia.
Guest in The Tunnel on 6 April is Robert Patterson from Geelong Renewables Not Gas. We hear excerpt of speeches from UN Chief Antonio Guterres, Labor leader Anthony Albanese and Geelong climate activist Lauren Dillon.