Guests in the 352nd Sustainable Hour are environmental law honours student Sonya McKay, Simon Copland from Green Agenda, Rod Mitchell from Citizens Climate Lobby Australia, and more.
Our guests in The Tunnel on 5 August 2020, as we get organised for the Hiatus, are law student Katta O’Donnell and online human rights blogger Sarah Josephine Liberty.
Once every decade, the Australian Government has to review our national environment law, the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999. That review is happening right now, and the panel of experts reviewing the law would like to know what
Here’s that up-to-date report from the climate emergency frontier in Victoria and the rest of the world, which your so-called professional and public media – sleepwalking on their payroll – once again completely failed to deliver to you. With strong
The following is Centre for Climate Safety’s submission to the Victorian Government, which has called for comments from the public on the targets it will soon set in regard to how fast or how slowly it should aim to reduce
The lesson from Australia’s abolished carbon tax and France’s cancelled petrol tax is that it is extremely important that it is done in such a way that is reasonable and fair, and is carefully explained so that it is also perceived by the wider public in that way
More and more Australians would like to harness the tremendous benefits of biking, such as physical and mental well-being, clean air and climate safety. As the photo above shows, which is from Geelong in the 1950s, Australians actually were used
Sweden On 15 June 2017, the Swedish Parliament took a decision on the most important climate reform in the country’s history. Sweden committed to cutting its net carbon emissions to zero by 2045, becoming the first country to significantly upgrade
When it comes to climate change and energy transition, reaching global — or even national — consensus on what we want is not an easy task. There are so many ways we could go. In order to speed up the