A Sustainable Hour about bushfire horrors, resilience, Returner Cups, ‘We can do better’ principles that connect us – and what the Earth can teach us
Guests in The Sustainable Hour no 315 are Geelong Councillor Ron Nelson, chair of Council’s Waste & Resource Recovery committee, and Clare Land, author of the recently released book, ‘Decolonising Solidarity’
Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 27 November 2019 are Maree Fagan and Tory Sorensen from Extinction Rebellion Red Rebels Geelong, and Ryan Mischkulnig from The Reimaginarium.
Clippings from the news stream about individual action on climate change “There is research showing that climate change is happening faster than we thought. We’re in a car hurtling towards the edge of a cliff, we’ve got our foot on
The Sustainable Hour on 16 January 2019 with Maxine Bazeley, Helen McCosker, Hadassah Djordan, Lauren, Anissa and Bec.
Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 9 January 2018 are: Melanie Humphrey (Boomerang Bags), Lane Crockett (Impact Investment), Kim Drew (Op Shop Sacred Heart), Chris Balazs (Sage Farm), and more
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
A podcast hour about what happens when we adults – as the school-striking climate campaign oracle Greta Thunberg requests in Sweden – begin to talk about the climate crisis as the global emergency it really is. In this hour, we learn about
Australia is getting ready for Plastic-Free July – the countdown started today with a major supermarket chain stopping its handing out free single-use plastic bags. In The Sustainable Hour on 20 June 2018, we talk with Linda Grant, an education
In The Sustainable Hour on 2 May 2018, Corio Waste Management CEO Ken Dickens shares his insight into the disruptions that are going on in the Australian recycling sector at the moment – a recording from Geelong Sustainability’s Green Drinks