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Houses of value for environment, community and spirit | Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 27 September 2017 are:  Alvyn Williams, architect and owner of Soft Loud House Architects, creating “values-based architecture for environment, community and spirit”, and Amy Gillett, GMHBA’s Community Relations & Partnerships Manager, who explains how the company’s vegetable roof top garden creates quality and value for its employees, while providing food for people in need.

Houses of value for environment, community and spirit – Centre for...

Guests in the sustainable studio on The Pulse on 27 September 2017 are architect Alvyn Williams and Amy Gillett, GMHBA

“We need each other more than ever,” said Phil Baulch – in The Sustainable Hour no 151 on 7 December 2015 in a conversation about joining the dots

Joining dots of economy, energy and environment

“We need each other more than ever,” said Phil Baulch – in The Sustainable Hour no 151 on 7 December 2015 in a conversation about joining the dots

Podcast to council and youth leaders: Meet the climate realists. An hour’s radio-podcast calling all Australian councils and the youth: Listen to three community leaders – a mayor, a councillor and a high school student – who lead the way with inspiring climate solutions and resolutions.  Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 12 April 2017 are: Kim Le Cerf, Trent McCarthy and Jack Nyhof. Audio clips with Malcolm Turnbull and Alan Jones.

Podcast to council and youth leaders: Meet the climate realists –...

Podcast to council and youth leaders: Meet the climate realists

Our guests and speakers in The Sustainable Hour on 21 September 2016 were senator Janet Rice, marine ecologist Alastair Hirst, anti-fracking campaigner Naomi Hogan, and Dr Alex Teytelboym from Oxford University. Listen to The Sustainable Hour no. 140 on 94.7…

Criminally continuing to pollute and destroy

Our guests and speakers in The Sustainable Hour on 21 September 2016 were senator Janet Rice, marine ecologist Alastair Hirst, anti-fracking campaigner Naomi Hogan, and Dr Alex Teytelboym from Oxford University. Listen to The Sustainable Hour no. 140 on

Stephen Higgs, former principal of Ballarat Grammar, explains why he and the newly formed community alliance #StopAdani Geelong has set a goal to stop the construction of Adani’s $16 billion dollar coal mine in Queensland. But this is not just another protest... #action #coal #mobilisation

Community in the offing to stop Adani

Stephen Higgs explains why he and the newly formed community alliance Geelong wants to stop the Adani coal mine in Queensland.

In The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse on 19 October 2016 we meet Dave Martin, a sustainable builder who started Small Giants and a concept of ‘sustainable apprenticeship’, we talk with Annie Ra…

Builders of sustainability and frugal hedonism – Centre for...

Swap til you drop! On 7 June 2017, The Sustainable Hour goes in creative city mode and opens the door to an exciting new world of slow fashion: The latest trends in clothes upcycling, swapping and repairing. Conscious consumerism with

The slow fashion revolution of a creative city

Swap til you drop! On 7 June The Sustainable Hour goes in creative city mode and opens the door to an exciting new world of slow fashion: The latest trends in clothes upcycling, swapping and repairing. Conscious consumerism with

Our clever and creative guests in the sustainable studio on 28 June 2017 are: Dr Mazher Iqbal Mohammed, known by friends and colleagues as Iqy, a Research Fellow at School of Engineering at Deakin University, who explains to us how plastic waste...

Journeys to eco-solutions

Our clever and creative guests in the sustainable studio on 28 June 2017 are: Dr Mazher Iqbal Mohammed, known by friends and colleagues as Iqy, a Research Fellow at School of Engineering at Deakin University, who explains to us how plastic waste.

In preparation for the unprecedented  | On 28 February 2018, the Sustainable Hour enters that unprecedented territory where fear and anger meets excitement over new opportunities as a result of climate change – the issue above all issues of our time.

In preparation for the unprecedented

In preparation for the unprecedented | On 28 February 2018, the Sustainable Hour enters that unprecedented territory where fear and anger meets excitement over new opportunities as a result of climate change – the issue above all issues of our time.

With the National Recycling Week coming up on 13 November, we talk about waste and recycling in The Sustainable Hour on 8 November 2017. Our guest in the studio is education officer Darby Munro from City of Greater Geelong Waste Services. We talk with Queensland farmer Bruce Currie and about about potential bans on single use plastic bags and micro plastic from Robert Skehan

Ready to recycle, #BanTheBag and #StopAdani

Waste and recycling: Our guest in The Sustainable Hour on 8 November 2017 is education officer Darby Monroe from City of Greater Geelong Waste Services.

In The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse on 28 September 2016 we participate in a divestment action event at Vision Super’s headquarters, we hear about the climate emergency, and we jump of joy over the new climate change poll…

Finding local solutions to climate change

In The Sustainable Hour on The Pulse on 28 September 2016 we participate in a divestment action event at Vision Super’s headquarters, we hear about the climate emergency, and we jump of joy over the new climate change poll…

Changing the climate paradigm | When it comes to climate change, “we are suffering a dearth of vision and political will,” says ‘the accidental councillor’ David Bell, an organic farmer who recently was appointed as the new mayor of Surf Coast Shire. “Let’s change the paradigm of what we do with our politicians,” he suggests in The Sustainable Hour no 197 on 29 November 2017 on 94.7 The Pulse...

Changing the climate paradigm

When it comes to climate change, “we are suffering a dearth of vision and political will,” says the new mayor of Surf Coast Shire in The Sustainable Hour

The Sustainable Hour on 8 March 2017, the International Women’s Day, with Suzette Jackson, Ninna Katrine Larsen and Thea Ormerod and rally speeches by Dr Kate Lardner, Wendy Farmer and Cat Nadel. L…

Climate change: made by man – or made by men? – Centre for Climate...

The Sustainable Hour on 8 March the International Women’s Day, with Suzette Jackson, Ninna Katrine Larsen and Thea Ormerod – and rally speeches by Dr Kate Lardner, Wendy Farmer and Cat Nadel. Listen to The Sustainable Hour no.

In The Sustainable Hour no 199 on 13 December 2017 we talk about rooftop solar for renters, blockading the Adani coal mine, Rescope Project's regenerative podcasts, and play a gruffalo song...

Renters going solar and a regenerative gruffalo – Centre for...

In The Sustainable Hour no 199 on 13 December 2017 we talk about rooftop solar for renters, blockading the Adani coal mine, Rescope Project's regenerative podcasts, and play a gruffalo song.

Joining us in the sustainable studio on 21 June 2017: David Spratt, co-author of the new report ‘Disaster Alley: Climate change, conflict and risk’, for a talk about the publication and a new Senate inquiry, and as Plastic Free July approaches, Robert Skehan... #climatechange #climateemergency #nonewcoal #stopadani

War on plastic, coal and climate disaster

Podcast: The Sustainable Hour on 21 June 2017 with David Spratt, co-author of ‘Disaster Alley: Climate change, conflict and risk’, and Robert Skehan

Better conversations prerequisite for bike connections | Guests in The Sustainable Hour no 202 on 7 February 2018 are Councillor Stephanie Asher, Vince Albanese, a shop owner and spokesperson for a group of petitioning Belmont traders and residents, and Tony Grgurevic who is president of Bicycle Users Geelong. We also talk with Thea Ormerod from the Australian Religious Response to Climate Change.

Better conversations a prerequisite for bike connections – Centre...

Better conversations prerequisite for bike connections | Guests in The Sustainable Hour no 202 on 7 February 2018 are Councillor Stephanie Asher, Vince Albanese, a shop owner and spokesperson for a group of petitioning Belmont traders and residents, and Tony Grgurevic who is president of Bicycle Users Geelong. We also talk with Thea Ormerod from the Australian Religious Response to Climate Change.

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