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Building sustainably can make us healthier and happier – and on top of that it even makes good business sense. In The Sustainable Hour on 2 August 2017 we meet CEO of Barwon Water, Tracey Slatter, and Barwon Water's Refurb Project Manager Adam Cunningham... #building #solutions #thesustainablehour

Building sustainably makes good business sense. Tracey Slatter and Adam Cunningham from Barwon Water, Tamara DiMattina from The New Joneses and Fred.

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…

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 teachers are.

The Toolbox for Sustainable City Living is a DIY guide for creating locally-based, ecologically sustainable communities in today's cities. Its straightforward text, vibrant illustrations and accessible diagrams explain how urbanites can have local access and control over life's essential resources: food production, water security, waste management, autonomous energy, and bioremediation of toxic soils.

Toolbox for Sustainable City Living: A do-it-Ourselves Guide: Scott Kellogg, Stacy Pettigrew, Juan Martinez

The three headlines in the 98th Sustainable Hour on 11 November 2015 are: A You Yangs Protection Group is formed. Community-owned renewable energy gets a boost in Victoria. The Act on Climate Festival in Geelong. | Speech excerpts: Lily D'Ambrosio, Catherine Mann. Guests in the studio: Janine Duffy, Roger Smith, and Dan Cowdell » More information on www.climatesafety.info/thesustainablehour98

The three headlines in the Sustainable Hour on 11 November A You Yangs Protection Group is formed A new community campaign seeks to protect the You Yangs – a mountain area with forest and wildlife 20 minutes drive from Geelong – from the.

“We need each other more than ever,” said Phil Baulch – in The Sustainable Hour no 151 on 7 December 2015 in a conversation about joining the dots

Joining dots of economy, energy and environment

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…

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…

Our guests in The Sustainable Hour on 1 February 2017 are Simone Boer, leader of City of Greater Geelong’s Our Future project, and Steve Posselt, kayak adventurer. Listen to The Sustainable Hour no. 154 on 94.7 The Pulse: http://climatesafety.info/thesustainablehour154/

Our guests in The Sustainable Hour on 1 February 2017 are Simone Boer, leader of City of Greater Geelong’s Our Future project, and Steve Posselt, kayak adventurer. Listen to The Sustainable Hour no. 154 on 94.7 The Pulse: http://climatesafety.info/thesustainablehour154/

An hour about climate frontlines, blatant ministerial hypocrisy, toxic air pollution getting worse, and about how it is met with a global ‘Break Free from Fossil Fuels’ event of civil disobedience, and a petition-storm which calls for a nonpartisan parliamentarian climate emergency declaration and a World War Two-like society-wide mobilisation to combat the dangers of rising global temperatures. The Sustainable Hour #119 on 94.7 The Pulse – 27 April 2016

An hour about climate frontlines, blatant ministerial hypocrisy, toxic air pollution getting worse, and about how it is met with a global ‘Break Free from Fossil Fuels’ event of civil disobedience, and a petition-storm which calls for a nonpartisan parliamentarian climate emergency declaration and a World War Two-like society-wide mobilisation to combat the dangers of rising global temperatures. The Sustainable Hour #119 on 94.7 The Pulse – 27 April 2016

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

Our guests in the Sustainable Hour were Rob Gell and Christine Couzens.

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 | 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.

From Hawaii and Denmark to Geelong: Incentives in the community | We invited community planner Pat Onesta from Hawaii, who recently moved to the Surf Coast, to be our guest in the 75th Sustainable Hour for a talk about communities and renewable energy projects, energy efficiency, eliminating waste and about how best to reduce our individual carbon footprints. - See more at: http://climatesafety.info/thesustainablehour75

We invited community planner Pat Onesta from Hawaii, who recently moved to the Surf Coast, to be our guest in the Sustainable Hour for a talk about communities and renewable energy projects, energy efficiency, eliminating waste and about.

Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 30 November 2016 – woooohooooooo! Show no 150 – are: Gilbert Rochecouste, managing director of Village Well, ABC RN radio journalist Gretchen Miller, and filmmaker David Lowe. And more...

Guests in The Sustainable Hour on 30 November 2016 – woooohooooooo! Show no 150 – are: Gilbert Rochecouste, managing director of Village Well, ABC RN radio journalist Gretchen Miller, and filmmaker David Lowe.

Guest in The Sustainable Hour on 24 May 2017 is Dr Simone Boer, manager of strategy and program delivery of ‘Our Future’, the new 30-year vision for Geelong city and region which links life-long learning and education with industry and

Guest in The Sustainable Hour on 24 May 2017 is Dr Simone Boer, manager of strategy and program delivery of ‘Our Future’, the new vision for Geelong city and region which links life-long learning and education with industry and

Your council is prepared to evolve. Are you? In the 47th Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse on 15 October 2014, we report from the meeting on 14 October where Geelong Council unanimously voted to advocate for a permanent state ban on fracking.  Our guests in the studio are painter and artist Mary Constance Black, and Jackray Black who is a former sustainability teacher at Centre for Sustainable Innovation at The Gordon in Geelong and a busy letter- and opinion-piece writer.

In the Sustainable Hour on The Pulse on 15 October we report from the meeting on 14 October where Geelong Council unanimously voted to advocate for a permanent state ban on fracking. Our guests in the studio are painter and artist Mary.

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