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The Sustainable Hour on 22 November 2017 attended the Generations Against Adani rally in front of Richard Marles MP’s office in Geelong, where we talked with Andrew Netherway, Bill Hunter, and Sue Higgs. We also have a line through to Thea Ormerod, head of Australian Religious Response to Climate Change, who was arrested with a group of faith leaders at the Adani construction site in Queensland on Tuesday 21 November 2017.

The Sustainable Hour on 22 November 2017 attended the Generations Against Adani rally in front of Richard Marles MP’s office in Geelong, where we talked with Andrew Netherway, Bill Hunter, and Sue Higgs. We also have a line through to Thea Ormerod, head of Australian Religious Response to Climate Change, who was arrested with a group of faith leaders at the Adani construction site in Queensland on Tuesday 21 November 2017.

Two diagrams show a house under two different scenarios: one in winter and one in summer. In winter, 15% to 25% of heat is lost via air leakage, 10% to 20% of heat is lost from a house via the walls, 10% to 20% via the floor, 11% to 20% from windows and 25% to 35% from the ceiling. In summer, 25% to 35% of heat is gained via the ceiling, 25% to 35% from windows, 15% to 25% via walls, 5% to 15% via air leakage and 10% to 20% through the floor.

Two diagrams show a house under two different scenarios: one in winter and one…

The new climate for consensus: An hour’s radio-podcast around the new climate for consensus among scientists, artists and politicians.  |  Our guests in The Sustainable Hour on 19 April 2017 are: Kate Ferris, ethics officer and co-organiser of the March for Science in Melbourne, which takes place on Earth Day 22 April, musician Buckman Coe who plays his song ‘Down to the Frontline’, and musician Catherine Meeson who will be launching her song ‘I Am – Song of the Earth’ to celebrate Earth Day

The new climate for consensus: An hour’s radio-podcast around the new climate for consensus among scientists, artists and politicians.

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

Australia: Reasons why gas mining in Victoria must be stopped | A radio podcast for politicians and decisionmakers in the Victorian state parliament about the prospects of turning farmland into industrial gasfields. 1.3 million hectares of land in Victoria is threatened by onshore gas mining. The 80th Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse contains an ‘audio submission’ produced for the Victorian Premier Andrew Daniels, Minister for Energy Lily D’Ambrosia and their colleagues

Australia: Reasons why gas mining in Victoria must be stopped

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

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

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

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.

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.

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