Our studio guest in The Sustainable Hour on 4 March 2020 is Malcolm Gardiner from the Land & Water Resources Otway Catchments (LAWROC) Landcare group.
Our guest in The Sustainable Hour on 7 August 2019 is Derek Ryan from Transition Street Saleyards in North Geelong. His amazing Do-It-Yourself effort with storing and recycling water in his home is featured in our ‘Show Me How’ episode
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
On 20 December 2017, we look back at the year that flew by as we celebrate rounding a corner: This is Geelong calling for the 200th time, providing sustainable insight, leadership and vision on 94.7 The Pulse, Geelong’s community radio.
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
“Geelong needs creative leaders who can change what’s the norm,” Dr Sohail Inayatullah tells us in The Sustainable Hour on 22 February 2016, and in the studio, we have the privilege to spend the hour together with one such leader:
A teenager’s, a kayaker’s, a raingarden-maker’s and a festival leader’s call for change: In the Sustainable Hour on 8 February 2017 we talk with Luke Taylor, leader of the Sustainable Living Festival, about the festival’s ambitious call for strong climate
The Sustainable Hour on 14 December 2016 looks at the rising electricity and water prices, an example of superb local sustainability leadership, climate action campaigning, plus… one of the “dumbest things” we have heard in federal politics in recent times.
In The Sustainable Hour on 9 November 2016 we talk with State Waterwatch Coordinator Deirdre Murphy (left) and State EstuaryWatch Coordinator Rose Herben about the two citizen science programs and their new websites. And we talk with Tom O’Connor about
Today, we took one small but important step in our household towards reducing carbon-emissions in the atmosphere: By paying just 4 cents more per KiloWattHour (25 øre), the electricity we use in our house now comes from 100% renewable energy.