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In The Sustainable Hour on 6 December we have a report from the climate action frontlines in Queensland, we talk about ‘Non-violent direct action, and about the art of recycling...
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Climate fighters putting bubbles and bodies on the line

In The Sustainable Hour on 6 December we have a report from the climate action frontlines in Queensland, we talk about ‘Non-violent direct action, and about the art of recycling...

In The Sustainable Hour on 6 December we have a report from the climate action frontlines in Queensland, we talk about ‘Non-violent direct action, and about the art of recycling...

Climate fighters putting bubbles and bodies on the line

In The Sustainable Hour on 6 December we have a report from the climate action frontlines in Queensland, we talk about ‘Non-violent direct action, and about the art of recycling.

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In The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse on 5 October 2016 we meet liberal ex-senator Peter Rae at the All-Energy 2016 conference for a talk about the federal government’s spin and mistruths around the renewable energy targets in South…
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In The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse on 5 October 2016 we meet liberal ex-senator Peter Rae at the All-Energy 2016 conference for a talk about the federal government’s spin and mistruths around the renewable energy targets in South…

In The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse on 5 October 2016 we meet liberal ex-senator Peter Rae at the All-Energy 2016 conference for a talk about the federal government’s spin and mistruths around the renewable energy targets in South…
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Heinz Dahl: Rely on the wind | “My dream is that I want to see Geelong be the environmental, renewable energy capital of Australia. I think that is the perfect scenario that we should work towards,” said Heinz Dahl, managing director, NexTgen Wind, in the 54th Sustainable Hour on 3 Dec 2014. Pre-recorded interview: Per Bernard, co-founding member of Hepburn Wind
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Heinz Dahl: Rely on the wind | “My dream is that I want to see Geelong be the environmental, renewable energy capital of Australia. I think that is the perfect scenario that we should work towards,” said Heinz Dahl, managing director, NexTgen Wind, in the 54th Sustainable Hour on 3 Dec 2014. Pre-recorded interview: Per Bernard, co-founding member of Hepburn Wind
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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
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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

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
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The Sustainable Hour on 18 April 2018 - an Earth Day special: Homage to Earth - and one lawyer’s call for action. Sunday 22 April is supposed to be Earth’s day and all about how we secure a future free of plastic pollution. Meanwhile, we, the human species on Earth, appear to have arrived at our ‘now-or-never moment’ as far as our plastic and air pollution is concerned.
The Sustainable Hour on 18 April 2018 - an Earth Day special: Homage to Earth - and one lawyer’s call for action. Sunday 22 April is supposed to be Earth’s day and all about how we secure a future free of plastic pollution. Meanwhile, we, the human species on Earth, appear to have arrived at our ‘now-or-never moment’ as far as our plastic and air pollution is concerned.
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In preparation for the unprecedented | On 28 February 2018, the Sustainable Hour enters that unprecedented territory where fear and anger meets excitement over new opportunities as a result of climate change – the issue above all issues of our time.
In preparation for the unprecedented  | On 28 February 2018, the Sustainable Hour enters that unprecedented territory where fear and anger meets excitement over new opportunities as a result of climate change – the issue above all issues of our time.
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Pathway to care and protection: reconciliation and respect to country. As Australia enters its annual Reconciliation Week, we talk with Mel King and Vicky Grosser about how and why traditional custodians of the land put culture before coal, while ramping up community-owned renewable energy and the protection of wildlife. We also talk with film director Jarrod Boord whose 40-minute film ‘Melbourne Down Under’ is screened in Geelong on 5 June 2016.
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Pathway to care and protection: reconciliation and respect to country

Pathway to care and protection: reconciliation and respect to country. As Australia enters its annual Reconciliation Week, we talk with Mel King and Vicky Grosser about how and why traditional custodians of the land put culture before coal, while ramping up community-owned renewable energy and the protection of wildlife. We also talk with film director Jarrod Boord whose 40-minute film ‘Melbourne Down Under’ is screened in Geelong on 5 June 2016.

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A brighter future minus coal and gas | The Sustainable Hour on 6 August 2014 continues its search for advice to pass on to the mayor and councillors of the City of Greater Geelong who in two months’ time will have to make up their minds about whether or not to allow fracking in their municipality. We also learn about what is behind the urgent call and rally to close down a coal mine and coalfired power station in Anglesea on the Surf Coast. | Guests: Ross Mueller and Andrew Laird.

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On World Meteorological Day, 23 March 2016, we talk about climate change. About Geelong councillors personal opinion about climate change. About practical solutions which are financially rewarding. And about Geelong's first Bicycle 'Library'. More info on www.climatesafety.info/thesustainablehour114

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We learn from each other’s solutions | The only thing standing in the way for a transition to clean energy and a safer climate is political will. So let’s talk about what we can do about that. Welcome to the 56th Sustainable Hour on 17 December 2014, our last in 2014.

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