World powers must pull together and retool their economies for a green future or humanity is “doomed”, UN chief Antonio Guterres warns in this interview.
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
“If grown-ups don’t give a shit about my future, I won’t either.” ~ Greta Thunberg “I don’t care if I get into trouble at school. I believe that one person can make a difference.” ~ Greta Thunberg, 15-year-old Swedish student
We had planned to present you with an hour about regenerative farming practices, healthy soils and carbon drawdown solutions. But then the Swedish teenage-oracle Greta Thunberg stepped into our lives, and The Sustainable Hour on 5 September 2018 morphed into
With all the knowledge that I have about global warming and with what I see happening around the world — extreme weather, downpours, droughts, heatwaves, superstorms — I now believe that the situation is so serious and urgent that I
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
Guests in the Sustainable Hour no 218 are: Claire Ziegler, a member of Geelong Sustainability, the Repair Cafe in Highton and organiser of a World Environment Day event, and Colin Mockett, who is just back from Shanghai and has a
Communities can become the driving force behind the concrete changes that our planet is so badly in need of. A multiplicity of joint initiatives is a good antidote for the feeling of powerlessness and incapacity, including the incapacity that leads
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
An hour’s podcast about Enviroweek and youth environmental action, plastic bag free towns, the eight million tonnes of plastic which are entering our oceans every year, and how we transition away from both single use plastic bags and fossil fuels.