A deep dive on stranded assets with Mark Campanale, Founder of the Carbon Tracker Initiative –and a look at the Fossil fuel Non Proliferation Treaty.Read More
Episode 144: Interview with Kenyan conservationist Dr Mordecai Ogada on conservation trends in Kenya.
Hard-hitting interview with outspoken Kenyan ecologist and conservation writer Dr Mordecai Ogado on conservation trends in Kenya.Read More
Episode 143 Interview with pioneering American political activist, urban theorist and Marxist environmentalist Mike Davis
A wide-ranging and hard-hitting interview with pioneering American writer, activist, and Marxist environmentalist Mike Davis about the existential environmental and nuclear dangers we are facing –and the prevailing ideology that finance capitalism can saRead More
Episode 142: Sir Ronald Cohen, “the father of social investment,” discusses his new book, Impact, Reshaping capitalism to drive real change.
Sir Ronald Cohen, “the father of social investment,” discusses his new book, Impact, Reshaping capitalism to drive real change, and shares his vision of a world where investors can measure companies impact and “help change the behaviour of companies so tRead More
Professor Katharina Pistor on How the Law Creates Wealth and Inequality–and she highlights the various ways that debt, complex financial products, and other assets are selectively coded to protect and reproduce private wealth-and extends her analysis toRead More
Episode 140 COP26 SPECIAL Deep dive on the outcome of COP26, the structure and future of the COPs with professor Stefan Aykut
Deep dive with Professor Stefan Aykut on the outcome of COP26, discussing the structure and future of the COPsRead More
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 outcome of COP26, shares his views for possible ways forward with the COPs, how they might evolve–and talks about the importanceRead More
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 a powerful testimony to the power of law to build effective regulatory frameRead More
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 on the ground, revealing a broad-based disappointment with COP26, soRead More