New Year is a time to take a breather, recharge the batteries and lift the glasses, while reflecting on both the wins and the failures of the year that went by. 2022 was a year flooded with bad news, however
Guests in The Sustainable Hour no. 428 are Kirsty Bishop-Fox, founder of Zero Waste Festival, and Laura Grufas, national community organiser in Australian Parents for Climate Action
In The Sustainable Hour no. 426, we welcome Mik Aidt back from his two weeks in Denmark. The tables are turned on him as he becomes our guest.
Guests in The Sustainable Hour no. 422 on 27 July 2022 are Rochelle Rich and Dawn O’Neill. We also play clips from the American president and the UN General-Secretary.
Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 1 April 2020 are Brad Homewood, Coral Bleach and Lignite Pitt QC, Tim Buckley, Petra Goerschel and Silja Nyboe Andersen
The strategy of getting more councils and governments to declare a climate emergency is changing the story. Why is that important?
In particular in the field of renewable energy, 2018 gave us many landmark moments and remarkable news headlines that called for optimism. Though frustratingly slowly, the story is changing.
488 companies have set their own emissions reduction targets Companies representing around one eighth of total global market capitalisation are now using climate science to define their future direction of travel. Over 130 new corporates have made science-based emissions reduction
Some big, scary news about the climate emergency is coming at us on a daily basis – but there is tonnes of good news to take notice of as well. Such as when the news ticked in from Montgomery County
The fossil fools in the Australian government can wave their lumps of coal in the parliamentarian chambers as much as they like. It won’t change a thing. Clean energy is moving in and taking over, simply because it is cheaper