Surfers across Australia are opposing a proposed seismic survey for oil and gas in the Bass Strait, covering an area of pristine ocean larger than Tasmania, because of the danger to marine life.
The following is Centre for Climate Safety’s submission to the Victorian Government, which has called for comments from the public on the targets it will soon set in regard to how fast or how slowly it should aim to reduce
“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
An energetic Sustainable Hour where two friends of the wind – Friends of the Earth Melbourne’s Yes2Renewables coordinator Pat Simons and community-owned Hepburn Wind’s community manager Taryn Lane – help us bust a couple of industrial wind farm and power price myths,
The launch event of a 520 solar system at MACS – Multicultural Aged Care Services in West Geelong – in July 2018 marked the completion of a four-year dream to create a large-scale solar project in Geelong. Listen to an excerpt
Future water security lay outside the usual water delivery infrastructure. In The Sustainable Hour on 11 July 2018, our guest is the Victorian Minister for Water and Police, the Hon Lisa Neville MP, who expands our vision on water in
“79 per cent of Victorians would be proud to live in a state that is leading the way on climate change.” ~ Findings of a survey by Sustainability Victoria who in 2016 commissioned Wallis Market and Social Reseach to interview
As it looks from our studio window at 94.7 The Pulse, this Sustainable Hour marks the beginning of a new era in Victoria where a fourth of all Australians from now on stand united with one common goal: a sustainable
A rare phenomena in politics: Premier Daniel Andrews pays respect to the future generations, not just with a kiss for the photographer, but with a long-term plan for how Victoria will become a carbon-free society during the next three decades.
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