In The Sustainable Hour no. 426, we welcome Mik Aidt back from his two weeks in Denmark. The tables are turned on him as he becomes our guest.
Our guest in The Sustainable Hour no 314 on 20 May is David Holmgren, co-founder of the permaculture movement, and author of ‘RetroSuburbia’, a guide to life in a post-carbon world.
What we can do from the inside. Guests in The Sustainable Hour no 313 are economist Jim Crosthwaite who talks about the economics of gas, and Janet Massey who talks about her electric car.
Carbon consultant Heidi Fog’s 10 suggestions for doable ways to cut your own individual carbon footprint in half.
Lifestyle interview with John Paul Lopez Taberdo who runs a sustainable travel business in Geelong, Victoria
I’ve become fond of numbers. I realised how clearly numbers speak. Every day, I am confronted with numbers in all sorts of possible and impossible sizes – numbers that at the same time speak to all sorts of possible and impossible emotions. But with all the exotic
Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 27 February 2019 are: [20:50] Judy Hassel, organiser of the Sustainable Living Show in Queenscliffe on 23 March 2019. [33:04] Brianne West, founder of the beauty products company Ethique, who talks about how we
An existential Sustainable Hour with James McLennan, education program manager at The Farmer’s Place and ResourceSmart Schools coordinator, talking about climate change, leadership, kids with ‘nature deficit disorder’, the idea of taking fossil fuel executives bushwalking and how 60 out
Our guests in The Sustainable Hour on World Water Day on 22 March 2017 are: Ernesto Sanchez, worm farmer and permaculture enthusiast, Taryn Lane from Hepburn Wind who runs a community-funded hydro project, and Steve Posselt who is a water
Migration to the cities of the world and declining respect for craftsmanship has distanced us from nature. When people no longer live close to nature or work with its resources, they lose respect for it. This has paved the way