Is it possible to recognise climate change as a global emergency and order a newly built bikelane demolished at one and the same council meeting? Well. Geelong Council managed to do just that on 25 february 2020.
Lifestyle interview with John Paul Lopez Taberdo who runs a sustainable travel business in Geelong, Victoria
Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 27 November 2019 are Maree Fagan and Tory Sorensen from Extinction Rebellion Red Rebels Geelong, and Ryan Mischkulnig from The Reimaginarium.
Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 6 November 2019 are Geelong’s new mayor Stephanie Asher and deputy mayor Kylie Grzybek for an important conversation about the climate emergency.
Support Councillor Sarah Mansfield’s motion to declare a climate emergency for Geelong by being present at Council’s meeting on Tuesday at Geelong City Hall. Councillor Sarah Mansfield’s proposed climate emergency declaration motion can be seen on page 129 in the
MESSAGE TO COUNCILLORS: Leadership, responsibility, integrity The three key words in the discussion about whether or not Geelong Council should declare a climate emergency are: leadership, responsibility and integrity. Former Liberal leader Dr John Hewson put it this way –
Mik has picked up the video camera on his phone to start ‘youtubing’ about people in his city who are reducing their ecological footprint
Surf Coast Shire Council has declared a climate emergency – we talk with Alex Marshall who helped make it happen. Ben Shaw and Mark Randall are guests in the studio.
The Victorian parliament is wanting inputs on how our communities are responding to the existential threat of climate breakdown. They would like to hear about which actions people and organisations in the local communities are taking to reduce emissions in
The Sustainable Hour’s special one-hour report on the global movement of local governments declaring a climate emergency