Episode 138 COP26 SPECIAL: Interview with former XR spokesperson Rupert Read on the outcomes of COP26November 28, 2021Episode 140adminwp The Sustainability Agenda 00:32:1129.51M Comments Off on Episode 138 COP26 SPECIAL: Interview with former XR spokesperson Rupert Read on the outcomes of COP26
COP26 debrief with Rupert Read. In the immediate aftermath of COP26, Rupert Read shares his profound disappointment with the...
Episode 138 Interview with James Thornton, CEO of legal powerhouse ClientEarth, on using the law to deal with nature loss and climate change
In this hugely inspiring interview, James Thornton, CEO of legal powerhouse ClientEarth, talks about how the firm uses the law to confront nature loss and climate change. This is...
Episode 137 COP26 SPECIAL: Interview with youth activists Sohanur Rahman, Lucy Jordan and John Paul Jose about COP26 –expectations and reality
A fascinating discussion with 3 passionate youth activists from the UK, India and Bangladesh, on 7th November 2021, about their expectations for COP26, what is at stake, their experience...
Episode 136 COP26 SPECIAL Frédéric Hache from Green Finance Observatory: a critical analysis of carbon offsets and related market mechanisms
Powerful critique of market solutions to climate change-focussing on carbon offsets and biodiversity offsets
Fascinating interview with Professor Mike Hulme on his expectations for COP26, the role and importance of the COPs, and the dangers of an overly scientific approach to climate change.
Episode 134: Interview with Dr Genevieve Guenther on how fossil-fuel interests have manipulated language and the media to suppress support for climate action
In depth discussion of the powerful ongoing ways in which the fossil fuel industry influences communication about climate change-- preventing us from not only seeing the true problem of...
Episode 133: Interview with Professor Daniel Aldrich on resilience and the importance of social capital in post-disaster recovery
Professor Daniel Aldrich discusses resilience and the importance of social capital in post-disaster recovery