It is as much of a taboo as if we were talking about sex: Who will you be voting for in the election? Some people keep it a secret, and there can be good reasons for that, in particular when
In this Bonus Sustainable Hour edition, we give you a glimpse of how G21 CEO Elaine Carbines’ environmental journey started, where she has been, and where she is headed.
“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
Guest in The Sustainable Hour on 16 October 2019 is Mike Lawrence, and we talk with Susanna Bevilacqua about the Ethical Enterprise Conference
Guests in the The Sustainable Hour’s climatesafety-bunker on 22 April 2019 are 17-year-old school striker Oscar Pearce, student and school captain at Albert Park College, and our treasured ‘people-reporter’ Lene Foghsgaard who stops by the headquarters to greet our listeners
Thoughts, reflections and observations on Saturday’s – from a climate activists’ perspective shocking and sad – election result in Australia, where once again a hollow promise of “a strong economy” and the right to pollute our common atmosphere and destroy
Friday 3 May 2019 was a Climate Election Day of Action in 75 locations across Australia, where thousands of students left their schools in order to pay their local federal politicians a visit instead, as a contribution to the #climateelection
“If you’ve been keeping your powder dry, waiting for the moment when the climate fight really needed you–right about now would be that moment.”
On 1 May 2019, the British Labour party moved a non-binding motion in the House of Commons to declare ‘an environment and climate emergency’, which was passed by members of the Parliament across the floor.
The problem with Labor’s support for climate action is that it is either fake, hollow or misguided. We need to call out those politicians who think they can sign a climate emergency declaration and then spruik fossil fuels. Peter Khalil,