Instead of fighting over the expansion of landfill sites, it is time to start a much more interesting conversation about how we create a world without landfills. In The Sustainable Hour on 4 June 2014 on 94.7 The Pulse we
On 16 April 2014, The Sustainable Hour heads off for a seminar on unconventional gas mining to hear what the experts have to say about this controversial topic also known as ‘fracking’. The seminar ‘Unconventional gas extraction and the social,
While over a million Australian house-owners have placed solar panels on their roof, only very few community-owned renewable energy projects have been launched, for instance where citizens buy a share in a wind farm or a larger solar power plant.
The sky over Geelong is covered with dark clouds, but in the radio studio at 94.7 The Pulse during this hour it is going to be sunny – talking solar power, megawatts and feed-in tarifs up and down the walls.
On 26 February 2013, The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse was all about energy: community-powered energy and the shift from using coal and gas to solar and wind. We live in a democracy. But… how democratic are our energy
On 5 February 2013, The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse embarked on an ‘Eco-Energy Quest’ together with Surf Coast councillor Eve Fisher who just returned from a study tour which took her to the United States, Canada, Germany and
It is time to demand an end to the Victorian government’s double standards on energy. By Mik Aidt and Anthony Gleeson Politicians tend to make it all sound very complicated. But really, it is not. Victoria is the most polluting
First, give five minutes of your time to listen to Martin Hiller (above), who is Director General of the Austrian organisation Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP). At the World Sustainable Development Summit in Delhi in February 2013, Martin
Take your next step for the climate: Turn out the light for one hour on 23 March 2013 World Wildlife Fund’s ‘Earth Hour’ is the world’s largest climate event. It takes place in 7,000 cities around the world in 152