Report from a cleantech and circular economy conference in Geelong on 11 August 2023: Nexus Geelong 2023
Guests in The Sustainable Hour no. 460 are: Scott Howison from Joule Chamber in Queensland and farmer Phil Gardiner, who runs a petition against gas companies.
New Year is a time to take a breather, recharge the batteries and lift the glasses, while reflecting on both the wins and the failures of the year that went by. 2022 was a year flooded with bad news, however
Our guest in The Sustainable Hour on 10 August 2022 is ‘No More Gas’ campaigner Freja Leonard from Friends of The Earth Naarm/Melbourne.
We played this video for the Viva Energy Gas Terminal Inquiry and Advisory Committee on 21 July 2022. Transcript below. → If you agree with us that this gas terminal should not be allowed to go ahead, you can add
Interview excerpts of the live-streaming from the ‘Show and Shine EV and Circular Living’ event at Geelong Showgrounds on 30 April 2022.
In The Sustainable Hour no 382, Sal Fisher and Garth Norman from Geelong Renewables Not Gas explain why a proposed gas import terminal will put residents at risk
Summary from the sold-out Geelong Energy Futures Forum
The Sustainable Hour no 357 with news from Suzie Brown, Australian Parents for Climate Action, Akira Ellis, Extinction Rebellion Youth, and Sal Fisher, Geelong Sustainability.
Our two guests in The Tunnel on 30 December 2020 are Briony O’Shea, chair of CORENA, and Margaret Hender, co-founder of Cedamia and founder of CORENA.