The Sustainable Hour no 355 – in the name of love, rage and and climate activism. Interviews with and speeches by members of the Extinction Rebellion and Fridays for Future movements.
“You are always telling us kids to clean up after ourselves, so now it’s your turn. We are coming to remind you to tidy up your mess. And we will only get louder.”~ Nora, Year 6 student at Forest Lodge
Guest in The Sustainable Hour on 31 October 2018 is Ken Dickens, managing director of Corio Waste Management. Paul Wittwer explains that the National Day of Inaction on 30 November 2018 is actually a day of climate action. Australian school
First some good news: Australia’s dirtiest power station, Hazelwood, has closed down. And it is the ninth and largest coal-burning power station to close in the past five years in Australia. However, there are 20 coal power stations remaining in
The CO2-pollution crisis is just as serious as if a large asteroid were on a collision course towards Earth, says a British scientist, and he is backed by calculations from Canadian and US scientists which show that runaway greenhouse effect