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 no 309 on 15 April 2020 are Nerida Thompson from Neighbours United for Climate Action, Colin Long from the Victorian Trades Hall Council who is manager of Just Transitions for Workers, and AFL player Jasper Pittard, a defender for the North Melbourne Kangaroos
The strategy of getting more councils and governments to declare a climate emergency is changing the story. Why is that important?
The world is changing fast. If we don’t keep track of the changes, we lose out on the opportunities we have right in front of our nose to transform, transition, change and improve our city, our homes and our lives.
Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 30 January 2019 are Lachlan Magee, energy solutions manager at Choice Solar, Luke Taylor, director of the National Sustainable Living Festival, and Deborah Punton from Greensong Ecopsychology
In particular in the field of renewable energy, 2018 gave us many landmark moments and remarkable news headlines that called for optimism. Though frustratingly slowly, the story is changing.
In The Sustainable Hour on 5 December 2018 we interview Fiona Armstrong, founder of Climate & Health Alliance, and Jonathan Balls, Melbourne University researcher on renewable energy who specialises in the development in India. We’ve also talk with 13-year-old Alex
“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
488 companies have set their own emissions reduction targets Companies representing around one eighth of total global market capitalisation are now using climate science to define their future direction of travel. Over 130 new corporates have made science-based emissions reduction
Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 17 October 2018 are Damien Cole – a surfer, campaigner against oil drilling in the Bight and independent South Barwon candidate in the November state election – and Peter Cowling, Vesta’s Country Head for