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Leading independent environmental podcast and blog

Latest Episodes

Is Global Warming Speeding Up?

New figures released by NASA have stunned the world’s climate scientists. The average global temperature for February this year has smashed the previous record. A record set only the month before. This comes on the back of the warmest year … Continue reading →

-1 s2016 MAR 16
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Is Global Warming Speeding Up?

Earth Hour: is it a waste of time?

Earth Hour is on again – tonight 28th March at 8.30pm. The event asks people and businesses to turn off lights and appliances for one hour. It ran for the first time in Sydney only a few years ago. Since … Continue reading →

-1 s2009 MAR 28
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Earth Hour: is it a waste of time?

What’s The Deal With Emissions Trading?

Just at the time Australia is launching into an emissions trading scheme, the EU one appears to be faltering. Eek. In this post we’ve collected links to articles and videos on the European scheme and the political stoush that’s happening … Continue reading →

-1 s2009 FEB 24
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What’s The Deal With Emissions Trading?

Christmas Month v. Earth Hour: a snapshot of our sustainability schizophrenia

Climate crisis, what climate crisis? Audio: Have a listen to our Christmas lights podcast. In it we hear from people with ‘over-the-top’ Christmas lights on their houses to find out why they’ve done it. It seems pretty obvious the root … Continue reading →

-1 s2008 DEC 22
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Christmas Month v. Earth Hour: a snapshot of our sustainability schizophrenia

‘It’s time’ for a Green New Deal – an answer to climate change, peak oil and the financial crisis

It’s estimated governments have collectively found about $5 trillion to rescue banks and galvanize economies. Now the Head of the United Nations Environment Program and the leaders of some European countries are saying the time is right for the world … Continue reading →

-1 s2008 NOV 18
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‘It’s time’ for a Green New Deal – an answer to climate change, peak oil and the financial crisis

Why Australia has the best beaches (from the man who’s been to every one)

Theres one person whos been to every beach in Australia – all 12,000 of them. It’s Professor Andy Short, Director of the Coastal Studies Unit at the University of Sydney. In this interview Andy explains how he came to visit … Continue reading →

-1 s2008 NOV 2
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Why Australia has the best beaches (from the man who’s been to every one)

James Woodford’s grid-life crisis: one man’s journey to leave the city and live sustainably

Lots of people dream of making a ‘sea change’ to escape the rat race of the city. Some people even do it. But how many leave with the intention of living sustainably? To live on the land, grow their own … Continue reading →

-1 s2008 OCT 19
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James Woodford’s grid-life crisis: one man’s journey to leave the city and live sustainably

Bicycles v cars: Adam Spencer on city commuting

You may know Adam Spencer as a presenter of ABC Radio in Sydney and from ABC TV. But did you know he cycles everywhere and hardly ever drives? In the lead up to ‘Ride to Work Day’, Adam goes into … Continue reading →

-1 s2008 OCT 10
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Bicycles v cars: Adam Spencer on city commuting

Why Germany has 1000% more solar power, with half the sunshine

A decade ago Germanys uptake of solar energy was on par with Australia. But thanks to an innovative financial incentive, Germany has surged ahead. So much so, its renewable energy is now a mainstream industry and a leading employer in … Continue reading →

-1 s2008 OCT 4
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Why Germany has 1000% more solar power, with half the sunshine

Interest in sustainable housing goes through the roof!

The number of ‘sustainable houses’ is growing worldwide. And if you’re interested in making your place more sustainable, the best way to get going is to see one in action. But where are they? This weekend is Sustainable House Day … Continue reading →

-1 s2008 SEP 11
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Interest in sustainable housing goes through the roof!

Latest Episodes

Is Global Warming Speeding Up?

New figures released by NASA have stunned the world’s climate scientists. The average global temperature for February this year has smashed the previous record. A record set only the month before. This comes on the back of the warmest year … Continue reading →

-1 s2016 MAR 16
Comments
Is Global Warming Speeding Up?

Earth Hour: is it a waste of time?

Earth Hour is on again – tonight 28th March at 8.30pm. The event asks people and businesses to turn off lights and appliances for one hour. It ran for the first time in Sydney only a few years ago. Since … Continue reading →

-1 s2009 MAR 28
Comments
Earth Hour: is it a waste of time?

What’s The Deal With Emissions Trading?

Just at the time Australia is launching into an emissions trading scheme, the EU one appears to be faltering. Eek. In this post we’ve collected links to articles and videos on the European scheme and the political stoush that’s happening … Continue reading →

-1 s2009 FEB 24
Comments
What’s The Deal With Emissions Trading?

Christmas Month v. Earth Hour: a snapshot of our sustainability schizophrenia

Climate crisis, what climate crisis? Audio: Have a listen to our Christmas lights podcast. In it we hear from people with ‘over-the-top’ Christmas lights on their houses to find out why they’ve done it. It seems pretty obvious the root … Continue reading →

-1 s2008 DEC 22
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Christmas Month v. Earth Hour: a snapshot of our sustainability schizophrenia

‘It’s time’ for a Green New Deal – an answer to climate change, peak oil and the financial crisis

It’s estimated governments have collectively found about $5 trillion to rescue banks and galvanize economies. Now the Head of the United Nations Environment Program and the leaders of some European countries are saying the time is right for the world … Continue reading →

-1 s2008 NOV 18
Comments
‘It’s time’ for a Green New Deal – an answer to climate change, peak oil and the financial crisis

Why Australia has the best beaches (from the man who’s been to every one)

Theres one person whos been to every beach in Australia – all 12,000 of them. It’s Professor Andy Short, Director of the Coastal Studies Unit at the University of Sydney. In this interview Andy explains how he came to visit … Continue reading →

-1 s2008 NOV 2
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Why Australia has the best beaches (from the man who’s been to every one)

James Woodford’s grid-life crisis: one man’s journey to leave the city and live sustainably

Lots of people dream of making a ‘sea change’ to escape the rat race of the city. Some people even do it. But how many leave with the intention of living sustainably? To live on the land, grow their own … Continue reading →

-1 s2008 OCT 19
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James Woodford’s grid-life crisis: one man’s journey to leave the city and live sustainably

Bicycles v cars: Adam Spencer on city commuting

You may know Adam Spencer as a presenter of ABC Radio in Sydney and from ABC TV. But did you know he cycles everywhere and hardly ever drives? In the lead up to ‘Ride to Work Day’, Adam goes into … Continue reading →

-1 s2008 OCT 10
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Bicycles v cars: Adam Spencer on city commuting

Why Germany has 1000% more solar power, with half the sunshine

A decade ago Germanys uptake of solar energy was on par with Australia. But thanks to an innovative financial incentive, Germany has surged ahead. So much so, its renewable energy is now a mainstream industry and a leading employer in … Continue reading →

-1 s2008 OCT 4
Comments
Why Germany has 1000% more solar power, with half the sunshine

Interest in sustainable housing goes through the roof!

The number of ‘sustainable houses’ is growing worldwide. And if you’re interested in making your place more sustainable, the best way to get going is to see one in action. But where are they? This weekend is Sustainable House Day … Continue reading →

-1 s2008 SEP 11
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Interest in sustainable housing goes through the roof!
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