Learning to love the planet. Tinybop’s beautiful, animated apps will teach your children to care about the earth. MAKING A DIFFERENCE
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 11 April 2018: Greenwash awareness - Politician gets personal on climate. With Elizabeth Wheeler and Richard Marles MP
The Sustainable Hour no 210 on 4 April 2018: It's time to take charge – with Heinz Dahl, Charlie van Dongen, Bill Yates
Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 28 March 2018 are Bernadette Uzelac, Chief Executive Officer, Geelong Chamber of Commerce, and Charles Kovess, Marketing Director, Textile and Composite Industries. They describe their vision of how Geelong could reinvent itself as a plastic-free fiber-textile region and reestablish the former wool industry centre as Australia’s textile capital, growing, processing and producing hemp textile for clothes, including army uniforms, and bags.
“Down under, maybe not surprisingly, things are often turned upside-down. In particular the truth. ”
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
Changing the story one low-carbon lover at a time | A lowcarbon-loving author, an American economist, a local expert in Geelong’s history and Terminator help us change the story as we roll out The Sustainable Hour no. 207 on 14 March 2018 on 94.7 The Pulse.
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.
Global Weirding: Climate, Politics, and Religion with Katharine Hayhoe is produced by KTTZ Texas Tech Public Media and distributed by PBS Digital Studios.
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.
UNPRECEDENTED CRIME – Climate Science Denial and Game Changers for Survival | By Dr. Peter D. Carter and Elizabeth Woodworth. Foreword by Dr. James E. Hansen. Published in February 2018
‘The Responsibility of TV Meteorologists’ | » Alternet - 23 February 2018: Mainstream Media Airing Climate Denial Claims Is Negligent—If Not Criminal ... “Corporate media is doing a disservice to viewers—and the planet”
Immediate solutions in a climate emergency | In The Sustainable Hour on 21 February 2018, we talk about why we need to draw down massive amounts of greenhouse gases for a safe climate – and about how we can do it. The program features three presentations which where held at the Sustainable Living Festival on 10 February 2018 about climate messaging, drawdown, regenerative living and biochar production.
Some religious leaders are getting it. But we need many more of them on board.
The Sustainable Hour on 14 February 2018: Reversing climate change: The middle gets it | • Architect Alvyn Williams from Soft Loud House Architects about passive houses and star rating systems. • Councillors Susan Rennie and Trent McCarthy about the world’s first municipal climate emergency plan. • American ‘Drawdown’ author Paul Hawken about how ‘the middle is happening’. • Leigh Ewbank about Friends of the Earth Melbourne’s act on climate campaign. • Rebecca Lee, EV Expo