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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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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

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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Changing the climate paradigm | When it comes to climate change, “we are suffering a dearth of vision and political will,” says ‘the accidental councillor’ David Bell, an organic farmer who recently was appointed as the new mayor of Surf Coast Shire. “Let’s change the paradigm of what we do with our politicians,” he suggests in The Sustainable Hour no 197 on 29 November 2017 on 94.7 The Pulse...
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Changing the climate paradigm | When it comes to climate change, “we are suffering a dearth of vision and political will,” says ‘the accidental councillor’ David Bell, an organic farmer who recently was appointed as the new mayor of Surf Coast Shire. “Let’s change the paradigm of what we do with our politicians,” he suggests in The Sustainable Hour no 197 on 29 November 2017 on 94.7 The Pulse...

Changing the climate paradigm | When it comes to climate change, “we are suffering a dearth of vision and political will,” says ‘the accidental councillor’ David Bell, an organic farmer who recently was appointed as the new mayor of Surf Coast Shire. “Let’s change the paradigm of what we do with our politicians,” he suggests in The Sustainable Hour no 197 on 29 November 2017 on 94.7 The Pulse...
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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…
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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…
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Transition towards climate-friendly energy AND diet | The Sustainable Hour no 116 on 6 April 2016 - with Mark Pershin, Less Meat Less Heat, and Leigh Ewbank, Yes2Renewables » See more at: http://climatesafety.info/thesustainablehour116/
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Transition towards climate-friendly energy AND diet

Many people put solar panels on their roof because they are conscious of the climate crisis, but they may not be aware that the benefits to the climate of doing that is completely undermined if that same household eats just one or two steaks a.

Transition towards climate-friendly energy AND diet | The Sustainable Hour no 116 on 6 April 2016 - with Mark Pershin, Less Meat Less Heat, and Leigh Ewbank, Yes2Renewables » See more at: http://climatesafety.info/thesustainablehour116/
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Care is in the air | In The Sustainable Hour on 7 March 2018, we talk climate care with ACT’s Commissioner for Sustainability and the Environment, Kate Auty, and with artist Margaret Rowe-Keys, who created a ‘1000 flowers for the planet’ exhibition. We listen to Anna Skarbek, CEO, ClimateWorks, and Kelly O’Shanassy, CEO, Australian Conservation Foundation, who spoke at the Great Debate at Sustainable Living Festival on 9 February 2018 about how we tackle the climate crisis.
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Care is in the air | In The Sustainable Hour on 7 March 2018, we talk climate care with ACT’s Commissioner for Sustainability and the Environment, Kate Auty, and with artist Margaret Rowe-Keys, who created a ‘1000 flowers for the planet’ exhibition. We listen to Anna Skarbek, CEO, ClimateWorks, and Kelly O’Shanassy, CEO, Australian Conservation Foundation, who spoke at the Great Debate at Sustainable Living Festival on 9 February 2018 about how we tackle the climate crisis.
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The renewable energy revolution is happening | Guest in The Sustainable Studio on 11 October 2017 is Dan Cowdell from Geelong Sustainability. He is the project coordinator of Geelong’s first investor-financed community energy project. We also talk with Tom Hunt who is member of Citizens’ Climate Lobby, a non-profit advocacy organisation focused on national policies to address climate change. And we play excerpts of speeches held by Christine Couzens and Vicki Perrett
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The renewable energy revolution is happening | Guest in The Sustainable Studio on 11 October 2017 is Dan Cowdell from Geelong Sustainability. He is the project coordinator of Geelong’s first investor-financed community energy project. We also talk with Tom Hunt who is member of Citizens’ Climate Lobby, a non-profit advocacy organisation focused on national policies to address climate change. And we play excerpts of speeches held by Christine Couzens and Vicki Perrett

The renewable energy revolution is happening | Guest in The Sustainable Studio on 11 October 2017 is Dan Cowdell from Geelong Sustainability. He is the project coordinator of Geelong’s first investor-financed community energy project. We also talk with Tom Hunt who is member of Citizens’ Climate Lobby, a non-profit advocacy organisation focused on national policies to address climate change. And we play excerpts of speeches held by Christine Couzens and Vicki Perrett
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The Sustainable Hour - 25 March 2015: The economic impact of doing something about climate change | Guests in the 65th Sustainable Hour: Rob Gell, tv weather presenter and Christine Couzens MP, Member for Geelong, the Labour government of Victoria | » Download the podcast audio file: http://cpod.org.au/download.php?id=13577
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The economic impact of doing something about climate change

The Sustainable Hour - 25 March 2015: The economic impact of doing something about climate change | Guests in the 65th Sustainable Hour: Rob Gell, tv weather presenter and Christine Couzens MP, Member for Geelong, the Labour government of Victoria | » Download the podcast audio file: http://cpod.org.au/download.php?id=13577

The Sustainable Hour - 25 March 2015: The economic impact of doing something about climate change | Guests in the 65th Sustainable Hour: Rob Gell, tv weather presenter and Christine Couzens MP, Member for Geelong, the Labour government of Victoria | » Download the podcast audio file: http://cpod.org.au/download.php?id=13577

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Climate change means water change | Our guests in The Sustainable Hour on World Water Day on 22 March 2017 are: Ernesto Sanchez, worm farmer and permaculture enthusiast, Taryn Lane from Hepburn Wind who runs a community-funded hydro project, and Steve Posselt who is a water engineer and talks on “our waterways as sponges, not drains”.

Climate change means water change

Our guests in The Sustainable Hour on World Water Day on 22 March 2017 are: Ernesto Sanchez, worm farmer and permaculture enthusiast, Taryn Lane from Hepburn Wind who runs a community-funded hydro project, and Steve Posselt who is a water engineer.

Changing climate – changing people | The Sustainable Hour no 121 on 11 May 2016 with Katerina Gaita, Director of Climate for Change, Tim Buckley, Director of Energy Finance Studies, Fanny Beck, Zoe Tseng and four other Deakin university students, and their teacher, Steve Hjerrild.

Changing climate – changing people

Changing climate – changing people | The Sustainable Hour no 121 on 11 May 2016 with Katerina Gaita, Director of Climate for Change, Tim Buckley, Director of Energy Finance Studies, Fanny Beck, Zoe Tseng and four other Deakin university students, and their teacher, Steve Hjerrild.

In The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse on 2 December 2015 we debrief the fantastic weekend of climate rallies around the world with speeches held recently in Geelong by the Minister for Climate in the Victorian Government, Lisa Neville,…

Advocacy for climate action gains momentum

In The Sustainable Hour on The Pulse on 2 December 2015 we debrief the fantastic weekend of climate rallies around the world with speeches held recently in Geelong by the Minister for Climate in the Victorian Government, Lisa Neville,…

Speaking of how we can act on climate | Listen to thought-provoking and inspiring speeches held at the Act on Climate Festival opening night in Geelong in November 2015 where residents in Geelong got together to focus on how their community can act on climate and build a better, safer future for all. | The Sustainable Hour no 106 on 27 Januay 2016 on 94.7 The Pulse in Geelong, Australia

Speaking of how we can act on climate

Speeches held at the Act on Climate Festival opening night and film evening in Geelong in November On this page you have an opportunity to listen to thought-provoking and inspiring speeches held at two events where residents in Geelong got together.

How we respond to the spiraling climate emergency

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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.

Bike paths and the climate emergency: Taking it up a gear

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.

The Sustainable Hour on 4 October 2017 turns into The Sustainable House Hour with four sustainable house owners and experts in the studio:   Anne Macrae, a very content sustainable house owner – the low-energy house designer Cameron Bell – the sustainable builder Shames O’Reilly – and Vicki Perrett, the organiser of one of the most popular, annual sustainability events in Geelong: the Sustainable House Day, to be experienced in the Geelong region on 15 October 2017.

Household event for sustainability focus

The Sustainable Hour on 4 October 2017 turns into The Sustainable House Hour with four sustainable house owners and experts in the studio: Anne Macrae, a very content sustainable house owner – the low-energy house designer Cameron Bell – the sustainable builder Shames O’Reilly – and Vicki Perrett, the organiser of one of the most popular, annual sustainability events in Geelong: the Sustainable House Day, to be experienced in the Geelong region on 15 October 2017.

Today, we take a step outside to the wetlands, and to the ocean, to the birds and the sea life. In The Sustainable Hour on 17 February 2016, we meet four inspiring environmentalists: Rod Lowther and Craig Morley from Geelong Field Naturalists Club, who are working to save the Moolap Wetlands, Anthony Hill from Plastic Pollution Solutions, and Tim Silverwood from Take 3 for the Sea. |  The Sustainable Hour no. 109 on 17 February 2016

Birdlife, eco tourism and the issue with plastic

Today, we take a step outside to the wetlands, to the ocean, to the birds and the sea life. In The Sustainable Hour on The Pulse on 17 February we meet four inspiring environmentalists: Rod Lowther and Craig Morley from Geelong Field.

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.

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

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…

Simone Boer and Tim Hellsten from City of Greater Geelong explain about the exciting 'Our Future' project which was launched on 1 September, Future Super CEO Simon Sheikh talks about the climate emergency declaration, Joe Pera talks about the invasive carp species and a new virus which will kill it. The Sustainable Hour on 7 September, our National Threatened Species Day.   More info on www.climatesafety.info/thesustainablehour138

City looks its future in the eye – on Threatened Species Day

Simone Boer and Tim Hellsten from City of Greater Geelong explain about the exciting 'Our Future' project which the city council launched on 1 September 2016 with an aim to create a conversation with at least of the city’s residents.

On 20 December 2017, we look back at the year that flew by as we celebrate rounding a corner: This is Geelong calling for the 200th time, providing sustainable insight, leadership and vision on 94.7 The Pulse, Geelong’s community radio. Today’s hour is broadcasted live from Barwon Water’s headquarter in Ryrie Street in Geelong

200 reasons to celebrate sustainable leadership and vision

On 20 December we look back at the year that flew by as we celebrate rounding a corner: This is Geelong calling for the time, providing sustainable insight, leadership and vision on The Pulse, Geelong’s community radio.

Intergenerational call for climate action | On United Nations’ International Youth Day, The Sustainable Hour gives voice to an intergenerational call for climate action. In brief: Grandparents for a Safe Earth’s advice to the youth: get involved! Alan Barlee’s advice to the elders: divest!  Guest in the studio: Alan Barlee  Phone interviews: Barry Cash from Grandparents for a Safe Earth and Bill Ryan, 93-year-old World War II veteran who is defending his country for the second time.

Intergenerational call for climate action

On United Nations’ International Youth Day, The Sustainable Hour gives voice to an intergenerational call for climate action. In brief: Grandparents for a Safe Earth’s advice to the youth: get involved! Alan Barlee’s advice to the elders: divest!

Amazing locals making a difference as temperatures rise | Guests in the Sustainable Studio on 20 September 2017 are: Monica Winston, Transition Streets Geelong, Leigh Ewbank from Act on Climate, and Jacqui Bennett from Humans in Geelong. There is Humans in Geelong Expo on 8 October 2017, new Transition Streets in Geelong cultivate decentralised leadership and becomes a way of combining sustainable living with local community development, the Victorian Renewable Energy Target is to be decided…

Amazing locals making a difference as temperatures rise

Amazing locals making a difference as temperatures rise | Guests in the Sustainable Studio on 20 September 2017 are: Monica Winston, Transition Streets Geelong, Leigh Ewbank from Act on Climate, and Jacqui Bennett from Humans in Geelong. There is Humans in Geelong Expo on 8 October 2017, new Transition Streets in Geelong cultivate decentralised leadership and becomes a way of combining sustainable living with local community development, the Victorian Renewable Energy Target is to be decided…

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