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How to love your home with natural light and trikes | Our guest in The Sustainable Hour on 18 October 2017 is Geelong Gallery’s deputy-director Penny Whitehead.  On the phone we talk with Councillor Cathy Oke, chair of the City of Melbourne Environmental Portfolio.  Tony meets with 20-year-old cycling Danes Marcus Frellsen and Kenneth McDonald Kelly from a six-man strong Cycling Without Age team riding from Newcastle to Hobart on trikes...

How to love your home with natural light and trikes

Our guests in The Sustainable Hour on 5 April 2017 are Steven Reddington, senior environmental planner at Barwon Water, Erin Lewis-Fitzgerald, new editor of Slow Magazine, Danny Kennedy, managing d…

Our guests in The Sustainable Hour on 5 April 2017 are Steven Reddington, senior environmental planner at Barwon Water, Erin Lewis-Fitzgerald, new editor of Slow Magazine, Danny Kennedy, managing d…

Treating the planet as if it was the only one we’ve got.  An hour’s podcast about Enviroweek and youth environmental action, plastic bag free towns, the eight million tonnes of plastic which are entering our oceans every year, and how we transition away from both single use plastic bags and fossil fuels. Guests in the The Sustainable Hour on 2 September 2015 on 94.7 The Pulse: Robert Skehan from Plastic Bag Free Torquay and Karina Donkers from City of Greater Geelong Council

Treating the planet as if it was the only one we’ve got

Inspiring future environmental leaders. ‘Kids Teaching Kids’ is a great idea. It aims to inspire future environmental leaders by connecting and challenging students with real world issues, inspiring them to want to know more. This is our topic in the 70th Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse on 29 April 2015 where we talk with Program Manager Michelle Sanders from Kids Teaching Kids about the 16-year-long history of the project, and about how it has come to the present level where around…

Inspiring future environmental leaders. ‘Kids Teaching Kids’ is a great idea. It aims to inspire future environmental leaders by connecting and challenging students with real world issues, inspiring them to want to know more. This is our topic in the 70th Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse on 29 April 2015 where we talk with Program Manager Michelle Sanders from Kids Teaching Kids about the 16-year-long history of the project, and about how it has come to the present level where around…

Adopting targets to go 100% renewable could save the world’s biggest economies a combined US$520 billion each year, according to a new report, a fact which is reflected in the growing number of businesses going 100% renewable in the US.

Adopting targets to go 100% renewable could save the world’s biggest economies a combined US$520 billion each year, according to a new report, a fact which is reflected in the growing number of businesses going 100% renewable in the US.

enough to heat a garage.....this site tells you how to do it with soda cans

Soda can solar heater, v2, completed

Climate crunch time on Budget Day | In Geelong, the annual budget was approved at a city council meeting on 13 April 2014. The new budget means cuts to the council’s sustainability initiatives. The federal government released the budget for the nation as a whole on the same day, outlining a much longer list of climate safety-related energy reduction and renewable energy schemes and initiatives which now will be not only cut but stopped. | Guests: Lisa Gleeson and Mike Lawrence

In Geelong, the annual budget was adopted as a draft at a city council meeting on 13 April The new budget means cuts to the council’s sustainability initiative, Future Proofing Geelong. The federal government released the budget for the nation as a.

The Sustainable Hour about energy, people and power | On 5 February 2013, The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse embarked on an ‘Eco-Energy Quest’ together with Surf Coast councillor Eve Fisher who just returned from a study tour which took her to the United States, Canada, Germany and Denmark to look at options for community renewable energy generation. She met with leaders of a people-powered energy reform, and in Colorado she saw the consequences of fracking.

On 5 February The Sustainable Hour on The Pulse embarked on an 'Eco-Energy Quest' together with Surf Coast councillor Eve Fisher who just returned from a study tour which took her to the United States, Canada, Germany and Denmark to look at options.

Musician speaks up for her region: “Voters want clean energy” | Mia Dyson joins local community leaders calling for clean energy.

Musician speaks up for her region: “Voters want clean energy”

Denmark: “Role model”: The energy self-sufficient island Samsø - home to 4,000 people, stretching over about 103 square kilometres of land, aims to become 100 per cent energy self-sufficient - http://www.dac.dk/en/dac-cities/sustainable-cities/all-cases/energy/samsoe-a-role-model-in-self-sufficiency/

Samsoe: A role model in self-sufficiency - Danish Architecture Centre

WA's biggest pig farm about to go 100 per cent renewable energy | WA’s biggest piggery operator to add wind and storage to existing solar arrays in push to 100 per cent renewable energy supply.

WA's biggest piggery operator to add wind and storage to existing solar arrays in push to 100 per cent renewable energy supply.

Our guests in The Sustainable Hour on 8 February 2017 are Luke Taylor, director of the Sustainable Living Festival, sustainable water expert and professor Rob Skinner, kayaking climate campaigner Steve Posselt, and 16-year-old student Jack Nyhof. More info on www.climatesafety.info/thesustainablehour155

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.

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