Australia has a new ‘Climate Party’ formed around the climate emergency. It is called Independents for Climate Action Now, ICAN.
As much as we need to talk about the future, with climate change it’s important also to remember a few things that happened in the past. We didn’t have to get into this trouble, we didn’t have to have a scary climate catastrophe looming over our heads and in the back of our minds. It was a conscious, deliberate choice. Because once we get that, it also becomes a lot more obvious that getting us out of the mess similarly begins with a simple, conscious choice: The political choice.
A sustainable hour with Damien Cole where he announces that he is running as an independent for the seat of Corangamite in the upcoming federal election.
“Time for politicians to act”, said the scientists three decades years ago. But politicians didn’t think it was time. As this blogpost documents, through more than half a century, we – humanity, but in particular: our elected leaders and business
Every Friday Caroline Danaher and whoever else joins her on the day sit at a table right in front of the office of their local member of the federal parliament: Sarah Henderson, member for Corangamite, who has her office in Waurn Ponds in the outskirts of Geelong…
Caroline Danaher is Geelong’s persistent climate action campaigner, who every Friday sits in front of her local Member of Parliament’s office in support of Greta Thunberg’s #FridaysForFuture school strike.
“Climate change is a political choice.” ~ Mike Smyth, Chair of Energy4All, speaking at the Community Energy Conference in the United Kingdom in 2015 If you are going to vote in the Victorian state election, which is just around
How do you tackle climate change without actually talking climate change? Government Drought Spokesperson @GretaLeeJackson provides the answers #Tonightly pic.twitter.com/z7q06RShmm — Tonightly (@tonightly) August 30, 2018 Everyone in Australia can see it. It’s not at all funny – though Tom
Future water security lay outside the usual water delivery infrastructure. In The Sustainable Hour on 11 July 2018, our guest is the Victorian Minister for Water and Police, the Hon Lisa Neville MP, who expands our vision on water in
In The Sustainable Hour on 4 July 2018, we talk with Simon Sheikh, managing director of Future Super, and professor Lesley Hughes, founding member of the Climate Council and a lead author on the International Panel on Climate Change’s latest