Rodney Thomas, Manager of City of Greater Geelong’s Environment & Waste Services, was guest in The Sustainable Hour on The Pulse on 22 January He talked about Geelong’s new environment strategy, which has been published in a draft version, still open.
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
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…
A Sustainable Hour around cycling without helmets, road safety, zero carbon, cyclones, coal and climate change – and a butterfly whisperer who laughs in our face about the prospect of him facing a climate crimes tribunal. 3 May 2017
“Geelong needs creative leaders who can change what’s the norm,” Dr Sohail Inayatullah tells us in The Sustainable Hour on 22 February and in the studio, we have the privilege to spend the hour together with one such leader: Tracey Slatter, who.
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.
Bike paths and the climate emergency: Taking it up a gear | Our guest in The Sustainable Hour on 31 January 2018 is Barton van Laar from BikeSafe who shares his views on Geelong Council's public consultation about the establishment of two new $5 million bike paths through the city. We also talk with Luke Taylor, director of the month-long, national Sustainable Living Festival which starts in February.
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.
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.
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…