Explore Rooftop, Play, and more!

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 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.

enough to heat a garage.....this site tells you how to do it with soda cans

Soda can solar heater, v2, completed

The Sustainable Hour about energy, people and power | On 5 February 2013, The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse embarked on an ‘Eco-Energy Quest’ together with Surf Coast councillor Eve Fisher who just returned from a study tour which took her to the United States, Canada, Germany and Denmark to look at options for community renewable energy generation. She met with leaders of a people-powered energy reform, and in Colorado she saw the consequences of fracking.

On 5 February The Sustainable Hour on The Pulse embarked on an 'Eco-Energy Quest' together with Surf Coast councillor Eve Fisher who just returned from a study tour which took her to the United States, Canada, Germany and Denmark to look at options.

Climate ignorance responsible for teenage despair | Climate change can be linked to increase in Australia’s suicide rates, a study shows. In this the 29th edition of The Sustainable Hour, we talk about what a city’s councillors could and should be doing in order to ensure that its teenagers don’t lose hope on climate change. Number one: allocate funds in the budget that enable the council as well as the community to take action and invest in the kind of solution-building that generates…

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.

Call for a mature discussion about climate change and vested interests. 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. The Sustainble Hour no 27 – on 29 May 2014

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.

Warming up to the UN conference in Paris in December 2015, the 74th Sustainable Hour was an hour about climate change, justice and betrayal, pollution and apocolypse, onshore gas mining, the films ‘Frackman’ and ‘Voices from the Gasfields’, with audio excerpts from speeches by: • Damien Marchant, Frack Free Moriac • Chloe Aldenhoven and Dom, Friends of the Earth Melbourne and Lock the Gate • Christine Milne, former leader of The Greens • Reverand Fred Small - - - See more at…

Warming up to the UN conference in Paris in December the Sustainable Hour was an hour about climate change, justice and betrayal, pollution and apocolypse, onshore gas mining, the documentary films ‘Frackman’ and ‘Voices from the Gasfields’.

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.

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…

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…

"Aluminum Can Wars Begin" - Recycling aluminum - big business and heating up

The Aluminum Can Wars Begin

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.

Pathway to care and protection: reconciliation and respect to country

Audio highlights from the Renew Geelong Picnic 2014 | On 27 April 2014, 94.7 The Pulse broadcasted live – powered by a biogas generator – from the Renew Geelong Picnic 2014 in Geelong’s Eastern Park, where over 150 citizens gathered to celebrate Earth Day and its Green Cities theme of this year. In the 30th edition of The Sustainable Hour on 18 June we look back at the event and rebroadcast excerpts from the day.

Audio highlights from the Renew Geelong Picnic 2014

Why we go off the grid and grow our own edibles | In The Sustainable Hour on 30 April 2014 we seek to understand the arguments in the power games which currently are taking place between the citizens and the regulators. To stand up for what is right you must first understand what is wrong. Guests in the studio: Mark Hoffmann and Mike Lawrence. Prerecorded: Dave Kerin and Cr Eve Fisher

Why we go off the grid and grow our own edibles

Musician speaks up for her region: “Voters want clean energy” | Mia Dyson joins local community leaders calling for clean energy.

Musician speaks up for her region: “Voters want clean energy”

Pinterest
Search