We take an encouraging step on the Stairway to Hiatus in The Tunnel this week. Together with our three guests we discover how to live – and live well – in the climate emergency. Welcome to our first ‘Sustainable Disaster Hour’!
In The Tunnel on 22 July 2020 we meet three artists, who use their art to make a difference and push their ideas somewhere new.
The team on The Sustainable Hour have compiled a playlist of songs that are not only catchy and something you can clap your hands to but also all have an underlying message.
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.
Our guests in The Sustainable Hour no 312 on 6 May 2020 are David Spear, Michael Bayliss and Ainsley Halbmeijer – for talks about the new normal, climate anxiety and a green light at the end of #TheTunnel
Guests in the The Sustainable Hour on Earth Day 22 April 2020 are Suzie Brown from Australian Parents for Climate Action, Karina Donkers who is starting a climate leadership course in May, and Robert Rothko, who launches his new climate-related song today: ‘Coffee’.
An hour about green cooking passion, carbon offsetting, international emissions policies and how we all can make a difference
Coldplay’s move is bold and unique in a similar was as Greta’s first day in front of the Swedish Parliament was. It is an idea which is replicable, and it can spread and morph just like a virus can.
In The Sustainable Hour on 4 December 2019, Mik Aidt has just returned from a speaker-trip in New Zealand, where he talked about the emerging ‘Pause Movement’ and the impact which a wave of ‘Coldplay Moments’ could trigger
You may like or hate this song, but it has all the features of what any new ‘We Are The World’-song should contain