Geoff riffs on the frog deaths in the Royal National park, phytoplanktons and the need to Agitate, Educate and Organise. There is no video for the Cage this week but the Hi fidelity is now available on the Soundcloud platform Catch the full texti is on LinkedIn and blog at GeoffEbbs.com.
The Cage, like the Matrix, ensnares and enslaves us. We voluntarily assist in building our own trap, borrowing money to make banks richer, plugging ourselves into a system that feeds off our energy and activity to enrich its owners. The Cage started life as a radio show, exposing the workings of the cage by turning the paradigm on its head, locking the powerful into “The Cage” until they answer the question …
A revolting murder. A war between exploitation for profit and land management. Deep insight into the Australian psyche. A small town divided between environmental values of koala habitat and the riches offered by industrial agribusiness. A determined environment officer is killed in cold-blood by a self righteous land developer. How does a community heal such Continue Reading →
The Generator’s Geoff Ebbs puts Professor Ross Garnaut in the Cage to discuss his new book RESET. A blueprint for a green, socially just future for Australia. Professor Garnaut, outlines the technology solutions he highlighted in his previous book Superpower, noting that the government’s current technology roadmap largely follows his lead. He discusses the value Continue Reading →
Author of Your Life Your Planet, Geoff Ebbs, puts doctor and electric car owner, Erich Schulz, in the Cage for 26 minutes to get a handle on the role of electric cars in building a sustainable future. This quick snippet shows Erich discussing the role of technological innovation in inspiring people to be sustainable. It Continue Reading →
An article titled, The Dangerous alliance between the Rothschilds and the Vatican has been banned by facebook for not meeting community standards. The article outlines a key alliance between the world’s richest people and the Vatican to create an “inclusive” capitalism that protects the poor and the planet in line with Pope Francis recent dictates. Continue Reading →
The demise of regional newspapers in Australia is the latest reminder that the business model of media has been broken by the Internet. Funneling tax-payer dollars from the ABC into regional print may not be the most intelligent response, however. There is a widely held and often expressed assumption that independent journalism has flourished under Continue Reading →