Newsletter from C4CS: Let’s be honest: we are in trouble. The world is in a mess with climate – no one is doing what is necessary. But don’t panic yet.
The Sustainable Hour celebrated its 10th Anniversary on Saturday 28 October at the Davidson Restaurant in Geelong.
Sarah Hathway – one of Geelong’s longtime climate activists and a passionate anti-Viva-gashub campaigner – has been sworn into office at Geelong Council.
Eleven words to relieve the climate emergency and prevent it from ever happening again.
Our guests in The Sustainable Hour no. 451 are Edwina Floch, founder of The Environmental Music Prize, and Cherie Seeto, co-founder of Sanglen Urban Oasis.
Sally Fisher explains about the Real Deal project, which seeks “to avoid the worst impacts of the climate crisis.”
Members of Fridays for Future Geelong reflect as individuals on why they do what they do.
#FindYourRole: The peaceful perseverers | Guests in The Sustainable Hour no. 436 are Caroline Danaher and Maree Maria from Fridays for Future Geelong, Kay Wennagel who is facilitating an electric vehicle bulk buy, and peace activist Nick Deane.
Scripture and prayers from different traditions were read at the Christ Church Anglican Church in Geelong in the early, rainful morning of 13 October 2022
The Sustainable Hour no. 431 on 28 September with Belinda Noble from Comms Declare and Karina Donkers and Bev Merrett from Sustainable House Day Geelong.