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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

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

Green sustainability is the ultimate blue |  “Sustainability is actually an extreme right wing philosophy,” explains our guest in The Sustainable Hour on 7 May 2014: Tim Adams, principal of F2 Design. He is also the Immediate Past President of the Building Designers’ Association of Victoria, the creator of the BDAV’s ‘10 Star Challenge’, and a Member of the Alternative Technology Association. His home is acknowledged as ‘The House With No Bills’.

“Sustainability is actually an extreme right wing philosophy,” explains our guest in The Sustainable Hour on 7 May Tim Adams. Tim Adams is the principal of Design. He is also the Immediate Past President of the Building Designers’ Association of.

Catering thirst for knowledge about a sustainable future.  24,000 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 20,000 teachers are regular users of the site, representing 45 per cent of all Australian schools and the 3.7 million kids in them, from prep to grade 10. In the 68th Sustainable Hour, Jason Kimberley who…

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.

Guest in The Sustainable Hour on 24 May 2017 is Dr Simone Boer, manager of strategy and program delivery of ‘Our Future’, the new 30-year vision for Geelong city and region which links life-long learning and education with industry and

Guest in The Sustainable Hour on 24 May 2017 is Dr Simone Boer, manager of strategy and program delivery of ‘Our Future’, the new vision for Geelong city and region which links life-long learning and education with industry and

Texas city to go 100% solar, wind – because it’s cheaper, more reliable

A major city in America's biggest oil state has chosen to supply its residents with renewable energy, because it's cheaper and more reliable.

Leaders at COP20 can explore a range of sources for financing low-carbon urban development including multilateral investment banks, private investors, and innovative initatives like the Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions or climate-themed bonds. Photo by Boris G/Flickr.

Leaders at can explore a range of sources for financing low-carbon urban development including multilateral investment banks, private investors, and innovative initiatives like the Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions or climate-themed bonds.

Find a Recycler or Reuser (for all sorts of odd items!)

Find a Recycler or Reuser (for all sorts of odd items!

Energy positive: how Denmark's Samsø island switched to zero carbon | The small island’s energy makeover took less than a decade and was spurred on by local commitment, providing a template for how regional Australia could transition to renewables | The Guardian

Energy positive: how Denmark's Samsø island switched to zero carbon

The small island’s energy makeover took less than a decade and was spurred on by local commitment, providing a template for how regional Australia could transition to renewables

Eiffel Tower shrouded in smog.

Leaders of European cities make pledge to tackle climate change

Leaders of European cities make pledge to tackle climate change Representatives of 30 cities gather in Paris to sign declaration that will also commit them to use their purchasing power to buy eco-friendly

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