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Our guests in The Sustainable Hour on 29 March are Doug Rolfe from the Alternative Technology Association, and Anine Cummins from 350.org Melbourne – as the largest anti-coal movement in Australia’…

Our guests in The Sustainable Hour on 29 March are Doug Rolfe from the Alternative Technology Association, and Anine Cummins from 350.org Melbourne – as the largest anti-coal movement in Australia’…

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…

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…

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 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…

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. 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.

Election winds, divestment action and questions of growth | As the G20 summit approached in Brisbane and the Australian Prime Minister kept insisting on that the world leaders should ignore the looming economic impact of carbon emissions dangers, local screenings of Al Gore’s ‘Reasons for Hope’ were scheduled all over Australia, and in Victoria, a State election is coming up. This was the premise for the 51st Sustainable Hour which was broadcasted in the Geelong airwaves on 12 November 2014

Election winds, divestment action and questions of growth | As the G20 summit approached in Brisbane and the Australian Prime Minister kept insisting on that the world leaders should ignore the looming economic impact of carbon emissions dangers, local screenings of Al Gore’s ‘Reasons for Hope’ were scheduled all over Australia, and in Victoria, a State election is coming up. This was the premise for the 51st Sustainable Hour which was broadcasted in the Geelong airwaves on 12 November 2014

The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse on 25 November 2015: With Victoria McKenzie McHart, Australian Conservation Foundation’s climate manager, David Spratt, coordinator of The People’s Climate March in Melbourne, and Jack Nyhof, 14-year-old high school student, who spoke at the opening of the Act on Climate Festival in Geelong.

The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse on 25 November 2015: With Victoria McKenzie McHart, Australian Conservation Foundation’s climate manager, David Spratt, coordinator of The People’s Climate March in Melbourne, and Jack Nyhof, 14-year-old high school student, who spoke at the opening of the Act on Climate Festival in Geelong.

The Sustainable Hour - 26 February 2014: Energy democracy | Guest in the studio: Kirsten Hasberg | Prerecorded interview: Margaret Hender, chairperson, Citizens Own Renewable Energy Network Australia. | Prerecorded speech excerpt: Theo Badashi, producer, ‘The Future of Energy’ | Performance: Matt Wicking, musician, member of Green Music Australia | ► Download: http://cpod.org.au/download.php?id=12276 | ► More information: http://climatesafety.info/?p=6466

The Sustainable Hour - 26 February 2014: Energy democracy | Guest in the studio: Kirsten Hasberg | Prerecorded interview: Margaret Hender, chairperson, Citizens Own Renewable Energy Network Australia. | Prerecorded speech excerpt: Theo Badashi, producer, ‘The Future of Energy’ | Performance: Matt Wicking, musician, member of Green Music Australia | ► Download: http://cpod.org.au/download.php?id=12276 | ► More information: http://climatesafety.info/?p=6466

Ben Courtice, president of Moorabool Environment Group, is campaigning to stop a new open cut coal mine near Bacchus Marsh, while board chair and CEO of Green Music Australia, Tim Hollo, is launching a new BYO bottle campaign at music festivals. | The Sustainable Hour no 113 on 16 March 2016 on 94.7 The Pulse in Geelong, Australia

Ben Courtice, president of Moorabool Environment Group, is campaigning to stop a new open cut coal mine near Bacchus Marsh, while board chair and CEO of Green Music Australia, Tim Hollo, is launching a new BYO bottle campaign at music festivals. | The Sustainable Hour no 113 on 16 March 2016 on 94.7 The Pulse in Geelong, Australia

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 | 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

America says: “We will do our part!” And Australia? The 45th Sustainable Hour on 1 October 2014 reports from the UN Climate Summit in New York on 23 September 2014 and from the Gasrush Information Night in Geelong on 18 September 2014. One of three speakers at the Gasrush meeting was Ben Courtice from Friends of the Earth and Beyond Zero Emissions. We listen to his speech in full length [14:18 min], and also talk with John Miro who documented the debate for Pulse TV.

America says: “We will do our part!” And Australia? The 45th Sustainable Hour on 1 October 2014 reports from the UN Climate Summit in New York on 23 September 2014 and from the Gasrush Information Night in Geelong on 18 September 2014. One of three speakers at the Gasrush meeting was Ben Courtice from Friends of the Earth and Beyond Zero Emissions. We listen to his speech in full length [14:18 min], and also talk with John Miro who documented the debate for Pulse TV.

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