This is the first of a series of episodes about finding your role in the climate revolution.
How companies and organisations can build a strategy for exponential climate action. Prepare for the fastest economic transition in history.
Briefing paper for youth climate strike speakers Published on www.fridaysforfuture.org/how: How to climate strike If you are one of the courageous teenagers who’ll be taking the microphone on Friday to inspire hundreds or thousands of your peers about what we
On 30 August 2017, ministers and members of the Victorian parliament gathered together with the Geelong administrators at the city hall for the launch of the ‘Clever and Creative Future’ vision for Geelong. Finally, after 18 months of work and
During the next decades, the Geelong city and region is going to transform itself to become a ‘clever and creative city’ if things go as decided by an assembly of 350 local residents who gathered on 6 May 2017 to
The new strategy provides a target for the City of Greater Geelong council: in three years, by 2020, council must halve carbon emissions from its buildings and vehicle fleet. With the release of its new Zero Carbon Emissions Strategy for
The greatest threat humanity has ever been confronted with is not climate change. It is us, human beings, and the way we have organised ourselves in democracies where money flows both openly and secretly back and forth between powerful commercial
Submission from Centre for Climate Safety to the Australian Government’s Joint Standing Committee on Treaties, Parliament House in Canberra, regarding the Paris Agreement treaty being considered, and regarding the actions the government must take to drive emergency-speed emissions reductions in
Simone Boer and Tim Hellsten from City of Greater Geelong explain about the exciting ‘Our Future’ project which the city council launched on 1 September 2016 with an aim to create a conversation with at least 25,000 of the city’s
In the evening on 28 October 2014, Geelong’s Council approved a new Environment Management Strategy. It was a cheerful moment for both the councillors and the local residents who had been following and influencing the process. The paper has been