Our guests in the Tunnel on 18 November 2020 are two extraordinary climate leaders who are paving the way
Geelong Council candidates Tom O’Connor and Stephanie Asher together with Carl Obst, director of IDEEA Group, give their views on what will take the municipality forward.
It is as much of a taboo as if we were talking about sex: Who will you be voting for in the election? Some people keep it a secret, and there can be good reasons for that, in particular when
On 7 October 2020 our focus in The Sustainable Hour no 335 is on three candidates who have put themselves up to represent the citizens of Greater Geelong in the upcoming local government election.
At election time, there are so many scorecards and interest groups coming out to spoon-feed you and tell you who to vote for. The group of volunteers behind the Geelong Community Survey 2020 has produced a candidate survey, which they
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
The Sustainable Hour no 333 about Sustainable House Day, a ‘Put Climate First’ election campaign, The Change Agency and the school strike for climate on Friday.
11 points and 14 questions for Councils to reduce household gas demand
The Sustainable Hour no 322 with Sarah Jones and Jamie Marloo Thomas, co-founders of Wayapa Wuurrk, election candidate Belinda Moloney and youth correspondent Ben Pocock
Words and ideas you can pick up, take inspiration from or copy/paste for your climate emergency election campaign.