Military leaders are changing the story in the race to raise sufficent awareness in the general public to create the required political change and action before it is too late.
The unregulated climate-destruction is often called “a crime against humanity”, yet the silence of our courts has been a decade-long mystery. This is changing fast now as more and more climate rights activists come out of court chambers with their
“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
The strategy of getting more councils and governments to declare a climate emergency is changing the story. Why is that important?
Our guest in The Sustainable Hour on 15 August 2018 is Maxine Bazeley of Teal Collaborative, who lives in Torquay and is a member of Surf Coast Energy Group. She is a former radio presenter on 94.7 The Pulse and
The fossil fools in the Australian government can wave their lumps of coal in the parliamentarian chambers as much as they like. It won’t change a thing. Clean energy is moving in and taking over, simply because it is cheaper
You know that humanity is making positive steps to change our behaviour – and that the business community is beginning to speed up its transition away from polluting fossil fuels and plastic to clean, green energy in a recyclable and circular
A visual ecologist, a thoughtful vegan and a Climate for Change facilitator. Listen to The Sustainable Hour no. 208 on 94.7 The Pulse on 21 March 2018: » To open or download this programme in mp3-format, right-click here (Mac: CTRL
A lowcarbon-loving author, an American economist, a local expert in Geelong’s history and the Terminator help us change the story as we roll out The Sustainable Hour no. 207 on 14 March 2018 on 94.7 The Pulse. Listen here: »
“If we change the story, we can change the world.” ~ Brady Piñero Walkinshaw, CEO, Grist Magazine “When we get the story right, we move quickly.” ~ Jeremy Rifkin, economist “The best arguments in the world won’t change a person’s