Our guest in The Sustainable Hour on 10 August 2022 is ‘No More Gas’ campaigner Freja Leonard from Friends of The Earth Naarm/Melbourne.
Local community groups are outraged that GeelongPort has entered into a commercial agreement with Viva Energy to extend Refinery Pier for a proposed gas import terminal
Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 3 August 2022 are Amy Calton from Wombat Action Group, Gayle Osborne from Wombat Forestcare and Kate Hardy from Australian Conservation Foundation.
We played this video for the Viva Energy Gas Terminal Inquiry and Advisory Committee on 21 July 2022. Transcript below. → If you agree with us that this gas terminal should not be allowed to go ahead, you can add
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.
Rally to show concern about Viva Energy’s proposed gas terminal: on Saturday 2 April at 11am in Geelong.
How is it that Geelong Council “has not yet decided” what it should think about Viva Energy’s proposed new fossil fuel project?
Guests in The Sustainable Hour no. 395 on 29 December 2021 is agricultural economist Jim Crosthwaite and a group of four and five year olds from Kardinia International College Preschool together with their teachers.
Liquid Natural Gas, LNG, is a dangerous substance. This new film from Geelong Renewables Not Gas shows just how dangerous it is and which areas of Geelong could be impacted if there is an incident.
The Sustainable Hour no 386 with Hannah Moloney from Good Life Permaculture, author of ‘The Good Life How To Grow A Better World’, and Peter Vadiveloo from GECAN