Guests in the 352nd Sustainable Hour are environmental law honours student Sonya McKay, Simon Copland from Green Agenda, Rod Mitchell from Citizens Climate Lobby Australia, and more.
Community group calls on the Victorian planning minister to reject Corio Bay gas terminal.
Guests in the 349th Sustainable Hour are: Bryony Edwards, Dr Jim Crosthwaite, Sal Fisher, Kim Deans, and Carly Dober.
Guests in The Sustainable Hour no 344 are David Spratt, Sal Fisher and Elly Tucker for talks about Climate Reality Check 2020, Gas Free Geelong and Ecosystem Restoration Camps.
Geelong school students and climate activists will mobilise on Friday 25 September 2020 at 11:00am under the banner ‘Fund Our Future – Not Gas’ in the first major protest since lock-down. The online protest rally will be held on Zoom
11 points and 14 questions for Councils to reduce household gas demand
In this zoominar, Port Phillip Emergency Climate Action Network (PECAN) and Glen Eira Emergency Climate Action Network (GECAN) are bringing together key experts to help us understand the proposal for a so-called gas-led recovery, and how an alternative renewable-led recovery would work.
In a Zoom-meeting on 28 August 2020, we launched a new group called Gas Free Geelong to inspire and assist our local business and resident community with transitioning away from gas – and to advocate for the cancellation of any
What we can do from the inside. Guests in The Sustainable Hour no 313 are economist Jim Crosthwaite who talks about the economics of gas, and Janet Massey who talks about her electric car.
Sometimes progress is to say NO to something which is wrong. In the 19th century, a good part of the American and European economies were built on slavery. It was painful and horrendous to the slaves, but it was “good