On 25 February 2020, Geelong Council declared a climate emergency. Guest in the sustainable studio on 26 February is Monica Winston from Transition Streets Geelong.
Jim Sampson is a 73-year-old retired economist, and a business entrepreneur, who has written a 56-page document, Naturism, where he suggests “a framework for solutions to the climate crisis”.
“The only way we can deal with [the bushfires], is to connect with each other.” In The Sustainable Hour no 300, we connect with Paul Shelton, Luke Taylor, Ben Pocock, Suzie Brown, and we play a new climate action song from Paul Kelly.
A regenerative and refreshing conversation with Matt Purbrick and Megan Blair about community, time, and where we are heading in the new Regenerative Decade.
While a Spring Rebellion disrupts Melbourne, author Matt Purbrick meets one of his readers, Megan Blair, for a talk about ‘Grown & Gathered’ and ‘The Village’
Mik has picked up the video camera on his phone to start ‘youtubing’ about people in his city who are reducing their ecological footprint
The Sustainable Hour no 284 with carbon consultant Heidi Fog and school strike organiser Audrey Aronsten-Whytcross from AYCC in the studio
“Yes, I know we need a system change rather than individual change. But you can not have one without the other.”~ Greta Thunberg, Swedish teenager and climate activist Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 4 September 2019 are: Libby Coker,
Surf Coast Shire Council has declared a climate emergency – we talk with Alex Marshall who helped make it happen. Ben Shaw and Mark Randall are guests in the studio.
Ready for a self-managed online climate emergency resilience course? I invite you to begin that journey right here, right now. The first step will be to watch two one-hour video presentations which you find further down on this page. But