Climate change can be linked to increase in Australia’s suicide rates, a study shows. In this the edition of The Sustainable Hour on The Pulse, we talk about what a city’s councillors could and should be doing in order to ensure that its.
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.
Ben Courtice, president of Moorabool Environment Group, is campaigning to stop a new open cut coal mine near Bacchus Marsh, while board chair and CEO of Green Music Australia, Tim Hollo, is launching a new BYO bottle campaign at music festivals. | The Sustainable Hour no 113 on 16 March 2016 on 94.7 The Pulse in Geelong, Australia
Why is Pope Francis’ teaching letter, the encyclical, so significant? Because it has brought the questions around not just climate change, but to Australians more specifically coal mining and onshore gas mining into the moral’s sphere of the total element of who we are as human beings. Geelong St Mary’s parish priest, Father Kevin Dillon, explained this when he was guest in the 78th Sustainable Hour, together with anti-fracking activist Cynthia Lyons. Jack Nyhof reports from Geelong High…
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.
Australian teachers have signed up to ‘Cool Australia’, a non-profit website that provides inspirational material to schools and caters the students’ thirst for knowledge about how to be smart, clean and efficient. Close to teachers are.
While Lismore City Council aims to go 100 per cent renewables in just ten years, the City of Greater Geelong Council has recently approved a draft budget with sustainability initiatives receiving little or no funding. “We need to have a mature.
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.