Jan Morgan and Graeme Garrett, authors of ‘On the Edge’, teach a practice of attention, responding to the call of the world with an open heart. The energy for change and new ways of being in the world then comes to birth, they say.
Mik has picked up the video camera on his phone to start ‘youtubing’ about people in his city who are reducing their ecological footprint
On 20 May, Dale Vince, an entrepreneur and founder of the renewable energy utilities firm Ecotricity, publicly declared a climate emergency for his company with a pledge to upgrade the company’s current sustainability commitments to become a carbon-neutral business by 2025
It’s all happening. Local residents are coming together, talking together, working together, creating solutions, building community resilience. Making it happen. We are getting off carbon. The decarboniser movement is spreading and morphing fast. It has different names, techniques, recipes and
Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 30 August 2017 are Chris Balazs, Suzette Jackson and Mark Dekker – for an interesting, engaging and hygge-spirited hour about sustainable and ethical farming, shopping and living. Listen to The Sustainable Hour no. 184
“Geelong needs creative leaders who can change what’s the norm,” Dr Sohail Inayatullah tells us in The Sustainable Hour on 22 February 2016, and in the studio, we have the privilege to spend the hour together with one such leader:
As it looks from our studio window at 94.7 The Pulse, this Sustainable Hour marks the beginning of a new era in Victoria where a fourth of all Australians from now on stand united with one common goal: a sustainable
Mik Aidt’s presentation at the Geelong Green Drinks on 24 August 2016 » Suggestion: Start the player and listen while you take your time to browse through the photos below An audio recording of a ten-minute group workshop at the end
How do you get an entire school to talk about composting and waste with excitement and big smiles? How do you get kids started on the journey to become sustainability and energy literate – and towards an environmentally conscious behaviour?
The more we spend and the richer we are, the more we pollute. The world’s richest 10 per cent produce half of all carbon emissions, according to a recent Oxfam study. A person among the richest one per cent produces