Allow my to have a rant. I don’t appreciate being censored. It hasn’t often happen – the only two times I recall were when I wrote something about the – in my view unpleasantly close – financial relationship between an association of patients
Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 17 October 2018 are Damien Cole – a surfer, campaigner against oil drilling in the Bight and independent South Barwon candidate in the November state election – and Peter Cowling, Vesta’s Country Head for
‘Fracking’ is moving in — very possibly to an area near you. People all over the planet are protesting against it. In the UK, Germany, Norway, Denmark, Poland, Romania, Argentina, South Africa, and also increasingly in the United States and
The Sustainable Hour on 19 March 2014 looks into our choice between free and clean energy along with a safer climate on one hand, and expensive, polluting burning of carbon combined with catastrophic climate-doom with economic collapse on the other.
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Art and oil. More and more artists are starting to speak up against the fossil fuel industry. While students are putting pressure on their colleges and universities to divest – dis-invest – in fossil fuel projects, others are putting pressure
Is it going too far to accuse a large number of Danish corporate executives for being irresponsible and greedy, considering the response they have given to the Danish government’s new climate plan? Well, judge for yourself when you have read
This blog-post touches upon three absurdities of our time, and a new tool to work around them: crowdfunding. The three absurdities of March 2013 are: • Governments donate 1.9 trillion dollars annually as public subsidies to the fossil fuel industry,