Sustainable Lens
Resilience on Radio

This is one of the big problems of the sustainability movement, the green movement, is they assume, falsely, that change is achieved by brute logic. Change is not achieved by brute logic. It’s achieved by, in fact, listen, link, leverage and lead. Tonight’s guest is Emeritus Professor Geoff Scott from Western Sydney University. ¬† […]

 

¬†Imagine. Imagine if the world was like this. Shane: Our guests tonight are Dr Doug Hill and Dr Sean Connelly, both of Otago University Geography.¬† Sean has been on the show before so I’ll skip straight to Doug Hill. He got his BA at Australian National University and his PhD at Curtin University, […]

My working definition of sustainability is a world that isn’t creating more problems than it solves.

Professor Tim Flannery was named Australian of the Year in 2007 and until mid-2013, was a Professor at Macquarie University and held the Panasonic Chair in Environmental Sustainability. He is the chairman of the Copenhagen Climate Council, an […]