The 24th Regenerative Hour features excerpts from a zoom-presentation by climate emergency candidate Bryony Edwards from CACE and professor Will Steffen from Australia National University and the Climate Council, along with excerpts from Greta Thunberg’s ‘Summer Talk 2020’
A bigger-than-usual alliance of organisations and climate activist NGOs is aspiring to change human history, nothing less. And we are all invited to be part of it. Find out how you can contribute to the COUNTDOWN.
Guest in our 22nd Regenerative Hour is Tom O’Connor, a former Geelong councillor, swimming coach and an active local community organiser, who lives in Drysdale on the Bellarine Peninsula. He will run for the Geelong Council election in August 2020.
Can we turn the 2020s into ‘The Regenerative Decade’? In this series of interviews about what that would imply, we talk ecology, deep adaptation, grief, compassion and passion, connecting with nature, resilience, revitalisation, restoration, revolution… – the bigger picture, in
Guest in our 19th Regenerative Hour is Tim Hollo, Executive Director of the Green Institute. An hour about how we can build a better world once we are coming out of the Covid tunnel, and about what it will take to start the transformation.
Gilbert Rochecouste, the Melbourne-based agent of change who founded the world-renowned placemaking company Village Well, joins Mik in The Tunnel for a talk about what’s happening and where we need to go from here
Guests in The Sustainable Hour no 311 on 29 April 2020 are Damien Cole from Kindness Pandemic TV, James Conlan from Environment Victoria and Glenn Todd, director of Action Skills. Even though our individual habits have changed radically in the last
Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 27 June 2018 in order of appearance: • Colin Mockett’s global outlook • Josh Meadows, media and communication officer, Environmental Justice Australia, about the Beyond Coal and Gas Jamboree • Dr Chris Atmore, lawyer,
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
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