Sustainable Options

Winter Seasonal Savvy and the Carbon Price

How can a snake keep you more comfortable?

 

What’s the connection between climate change and drink driving?

 

Join Kay and Narelle as they chat to Michael O’Connell from the ATA about keeping your home comfortable all year round and about the implementation of the Carbon Price.

 

With the introduction of the Carbon Price it makes even more sense to make your house energy efficient and reduce your carbon footprint. Not only will you reduce your bills but your house will be cosy in winter and cooler in summer.

 

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Sustainable Options, What a Wonderful World, WWMN Podcasts |  Submitted on 18th July 2011

The carbon price: an animated explanation

From the Australian Youth Climate Coalition website comes this great video explaining the carbon price.

In the next week we’re going to hear tonnes of misinformation emissions from big polluters. That’s why its important we understand the basic building blocks of a price on carbon, and why its critical we share this understanding with our friends and families.

Using the latest in Power Point technology, the AYCC communications team has been up all night preparing this short explanation of how the Gillard Government’s announced carbon price will work.

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Hot Vods, Sustainable Options |  Submitted on 11th July 2011

Fossil Fuels – 300 years in 300 seconds

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Hot Vods, Sustainable Options, WWMN Podcasts |  Submitted on 20th June 2011

An a-z of Lilies

Marli Draper shares her A-Z of lilies – find out how to distinguish the real lilies from the guilded ones!

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Deckchair Democracy with LIVE.org

Deborah Hart and Sue Plowright from LIVE.org talks about the deckchair democracy – speakers on the steps of Parliament every day in May

Music track ‘Better Place’ by Jetty Road www.jettyroad.com

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Sustainable Options, What a Wonderful World, WWMN Podcasts |  Submitted on 14th May 2011

Banksia Award Nominations open for 2011

Graz van Egmond, Executive Director of the Banksia Foundation chats with Viarnne and Peter about the 2011 Awards which are now open for nominations

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Autumn Seasonal Savvy with Mike O’Connell (or was that silly savvy??)

Oh no… put Mike and Peter in the same studio and Viarnne just gives up! Check out this hilarious pod with some very sound (and sometimes silly) seasonal savvy.

A recipe for pigeon and fern pie… and what the heck is an Equisolstinox? Listen and see if you can work it out… and if so please let Viarnne know!

Music track ‘End of the World’ by Cyril Moran

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Of Droughts and Flooding Rains

Why do we have droughts and flooding rains? Who, or what, is El Nino and La Nina?  And why do they oscillate in the Southern Ocean?

Clem Davis, a Meteorologist with over 30 years experience, joins James Porteous, Viarnne and Peter to discuss, weather, climate and whether climate change is behind the current weather.

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Sustainable Options, What a Wonderful World, WWMN Podcasts |  Submitted on 17th January 2011