Coldplay’s move is bold and unique in a similar was as Greta’s first day in front of the Swedish Parliament was. It is an idea which is replicable, and it can spread and morph just like a virus can.
In The Sustainable Hour on 4 December 2019, Mik Aidt has just returned from a speaker-trip in New Zealand, where he talked about the emerging ‘Pause Movement’ and the impact which a wave of ‘Coldplay Moments’ could trigger
Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 13 November 2019 are Ben Pocock, our new youth reporter, and author Mark Smith
Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 6 November 2019 are Geelong’s new mayor Stephanie Asher and deputy mayor Kylie Grzybek for an important conversation about the climate emergency.
Climate crime and accountability: Professor Richard Parncutt has calculated the amount of coal-smoke it takes to indirectly kill one person. Michael Staindl is taking Australia’s Treasurer Josh Frydenberg to court.
“Time for politicians to act”, said the scientists three decades years ago. But politicians didn’t think it was time. As this blogpost documents, through more than half a century, we – humanity, but in particular: our elected leaders and business
Guest in The Sustainable Hour on 16 October 2019 is Mike Lawrence, and we talk with Susanna Bevilacqua about the Ethical Enterprise Conference
Mik Aidt’s speech at Extinction Rebellion Geelong’s die-in on Malop Street on 12 October 2019.
While a Spring Rebellion disrupts Melbourne, author Matt Purbrick meets one of his readers, Megan Blair, for a talk about ‘Grown & Gathered’ and ‘The Village’
A Regenerative Hour with Melbourne-based climate emergency campaigner Adrian Whitehead about the participant-run gathering Red and Blue