We need to hold the ABC – along with SBS and all other media, as well as our politicians, the fossil fuel companies and the lobbyist think tanks – to account for what they’ve done to our planet.
Our guest in The Sustainable Hour on 15 August 2018 is Maxine Bazeley of Teal Collaborative, who lives in Torquay and is a member of Surf Coast Energy Group. She is a former radio presenter on 94.7 The Pulse and
This page was published on 31 October 2016. It was updated on 1 September 2017 by which date it had been viewed 123 times. By September 2019, it exceeded 3,500 views When will the ABC and SBS begin to live
You can’t judge climate sceptics as if they are all the same. They come in various sizes and shapes, with different motivations, and we need to be able to distinguish sceptics from deniers, trolls from laggards. We have seen their
Climate misinformation thrives in Australian media. The Australian Press Council has a stake in this. Along with other regulators and authorities, the Press Council fails to understand that the fatal climate crisis caused by an ongoing build-up in greenhouse gases
While Lismore City Council aims to go 100 per cent renewables in just ten years, the City of Greater Geelong Council has recently approved a draft budget with sustainability initiatives receiving little or no funding. “We need to have a
The CO2-pollution crisis is just as serious as if a large asteroid were on a collision course towards Earth, says a British scientist, and he is backed by calculations from Canadian and US scientists which show that runaway greenhouse effect
If you have never signed a petition or endorsed a paper, now should be your first time. The paper that I think you should sign is a newly published ‘Message to world leaders’, which is already endorsed by 520 scientists
Corporate leaders and employees in the world of business and trade, and editors and journalists in the media world: You, not the politicians, hold the key to saving this planet — and your own children — from a climate catastrophe.