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In The Sustainable Hour no 199 on 13 December 2017 we talk about rooftop solar for renters, blockading the Adani coal mine, Rescope Project's regenerative podcasts, and play a gruffalo song...

Renters going solar and a regenerative gruffalo – Centre for...

In The Sustainable Hour no 199 on 13 December 2017 we talk about rooftop solar for renters, blockading the Adani coal mine, Rescope Project's regenerative podcasts, and play a gruffalo song.

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

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 The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse on 28 September 2016 we participate in a divestment action event at Vision Super’s headquarters, we hear about the climate emergency, and we jump of joy over the new climate change poll…

Finding local solutions to climate change

In The Sustainable Hour on The Pulse on 28 September 2016 we participate in a divestment action event at Vision Super’s headquarters, we hear about the climate emergency, and we jump of joy over the new climate change poll…

Our guests in The Sustainable Hour on 21 December 2016 are climate activist Xiuhtezcatl Martinez from the United States and Australian singer Missy Higgins. We take a look at what is ahead in the new year, and also listen to…

Climate champions gearing up to transform the new year

Our guests in The Sustainable Hour on 21 December 2016 are climate activist Xiuhtezcatl Martinez from the United States and Australian singer Missy Higgins. We take a look at what is ahead in the new year, and also listen to…

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 –...

Podcast to council and youth leaders: Meet the climate realists

Our guests in The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse on 26 April 2017 are: Dorthe Pedersen, co-founder of Cycling Without Age, Tim Buckley, industry analyst from Institute of Energy Economics and Financial Analysis, Guy Abrahams, CEO of Climarte and

To care or not to care. That’s the question

Our guests in The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse on 26 April 2017 are: Dorthe Pedersen, co-founder of Cycling Without Age, Tim Buckley, industry analyst from Institute of Energy Economics and Financial Analysis, Guy Abrahams, CEO of Climarte and

Now spreadable: Geelong’s clever and creative future vision | In The Sustainable Hour on 26 July 2017, Geelong’s Chief Administrator Dr Kathy Alexander and Dr Simone Boer, who is Manager of Strategy and Program Delivery in City of Greater Geelong, talk about the new 30-year vision for Geelong. Click on image to listen to the podcast...

Now spreadable: Geelong’s clever and creative future vision

In The Sustainable Hour on 26 July Geelong’s Chief Administrator Dr Kathy Alexander and Dr Simone Boer talk about the new vision for Geelong.

The Sustainable Hour - 25 February 2015 - Show no 61: Building new pillars of distributed energies. The 61st edition of The Sustainable Hour is coloured by the Sustainable Living Festival which currently runs in Geelong and Melbourne with more than 80 events. With Dave Kerin from Earthworker,    Leopold Men’s Shed at GPAC. Jeremy Rifkin, advisor to the European Union, and investment advicer Bob Massie, president of The New Economy Coalition and initiator of The Investor Network on Climate…

Building new pillars of distributed energies

The edition of The Sustainable Hour is coloured by the Sustainable Living Festival which currently runs in Geelong and Melbourne with more than 80 events. Dave Kerin gives us an update about the launch of the first Earthworker factory and their plans.

Better conversations prerequisite for bike connections | Guests in The Sustainable Hour no 202 on 7 February 2018 are Councillor Stephanie Asher, Vince Albanese, a shop owner and spokesperson for a group of petitioning Belmont traders and residents, and Tony Grgurevic who is president of Bicycle Users Geelong. We also talk with Thea Ormerod from the Australian Religious Response to Climate Change.

Better conversations a prerequisite for bike connections – Centre...

Better conversations prerequisite for bike connections | Guests in The Sustainable Hour no 202 on 7 February 2018 are Councillor Stephanie Asher, Vince Albanese, a shop owner and spokesperson for a group of petitioning Belmont traders and residents, and Tony Grgurevic who is president of Bicycle Users Geelong. We also talk with Thea Ormerod from the Australian Religious Response to Climate Change.

Our guests in The Sustainable Hour on 5 April 2017 are Steven Reddington, senior environmental planner at Barwon Water, Erin Lewis-Fitzgerald, new editor of Slow Magazine, Danny Kennedy, managing d…

Climate and coal: It is when we get together real action begins

Our guests in The Sustainable Hour on 5 April 2017 are Steven Reddington, senior environmental planner at Barwon Water, Erin Lewis-Fitzgerald, new editor of Slow Magazine, Danny Kennedy, managing d…

Active citizens getting clever and creative | Our guest in The Sustainable Hour on 10 May 2017 is Samuel Pottenger from 350.org for a talk about Australia’s energy market and about what it means to be an active citizen. Does active citizenship mean, for instance, that you have to call the energy market’s liars, cheaters and greenwashers out? Does it mean protesting loud and clear against banks that lie about their supporting the disastrous Adani coal mine? » Listen to The Sustainable Hour…

Active citizens getting clever and creative – Centre for Climate...

Active citizens getting clever and creative

In The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse on 19 October 2016 we meet Dave Martin, a sustainable builder who started Small Giants and a concept of ‘sustainable apprenticeship’, we talk with Annie Ra…

Builders of sustainability and frugal hedonism – Centre for...

Our guests and speakers in The Sustainable Hour on 21 September 2016 were senator Janet Rice, marine ecologist Alastair Hirst, anti-fracking campaigner Naomi Hogan, and Dr Alex Teytelboym from Oxford University. Listen to The Sustainable Hour no. 140 on 94.7…

Criminally continuing to pollute and destroy

Our guests and speakers in The Sustainable Hour on 21 September 2016 were senator Janet Rice, marine ecologist Alastair Hirst, anti-fracking campaigner Naomi Hogan, and Dr Alex Teytelboym from Oxford University. Listen to The Sustainable Hour no. 140 on

Stephen Higgs, former principal of Ballarat Grammar, explains why he and the newly formed community alliance #StopAdani Geelong has set a goal to stop the construction of Adani’s $16 billion dollar coal mine in Queensland. But this is not just another protest... #action #coal #mobilisation

Community in the offing to stop Adani

Stephen Higgs explains why he and the newly formed community alliance Geelong wants to stop the Adani coal mine in Queensland.

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…

Empowered locals gain momentum in times of energy turmoil

In The Sustainable Hour on 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 Australia and.

The Sustainable Hour on 21 March, #208: Reframing evolution and the climate that changes. With Aviva Reed, Visual Ecologist - Meg Odgers, The Thoughtful Vegan - Tony Gleeson, Climate for Change facilitator

Reframing evolution and the climate that changes – Centre for...

The Sustainable Hour on 21 March, #208: Reframing evolution and the climate that changes. With Aviva Reed, Visual Ecologist - Meg Odgers, The Thoughtful Vegan - Tony Gleeson, Climate for Change facilitator

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