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The Sustainability Agenda

The Sustainability Agenda is a weekly podcast exploring today’s biggest sustainability questions. Leading sustainability thinkers offer their views on the biggest sustainability challenges, share the latest thinking, identify what’s working --and what needs to change -- and think about the future of sustainability.

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    The Sustainability Agenda is a weekly podcast exploring today’s biggest sustainability questions. Leading sustainability thinkers offer their views on the biggest sustainability challenges, share the latest thinking, identify what’s working –and what needs to change — and think about the future of sustainability.

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    Episode 192: Dale Jamieson, Professor of Environmental Studies and Philosophy at NYU, talks about the importance of environmental justice and discusses the metaphysical challenges of climate change

    Episode 192: Dale Jamieson, Professor of Environmental Studies and Philosophy at NYU, talks about the importance of environmental justice and discusses the metaphysical challenges of climate change

    05/22/2024

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    In this thought-provoking interview, Dale Jamieson, Professor of Environmental Studies and ...

    Episode 191: Sir Ronald Cohen,

    Episode 191: Sir Ronald Cohen, "the father of social investment," discusses how to reshape capitalism to drive real change.

    04/28/2024

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    A fascinating deep dive on impact investment with Sir Ronald Cohen, “the father of social ...

    Episode 1:  Ioannis Ioannou | The cast iron business case for sustainability

    Episode 1: Ioannis Ioannou | The cast iron business case for sustainability

    05/13/2016

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    In the first episode of the Sustainability Agenda, Professor Ioannis Ioannou, a noted susta ...

    Episode 2: Sean Kidney | Why climate bonds matter

    Episode 2: Sean Kidney | Why climate bonds matter

    05/13/2016

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    Over the comings years, sums of between US$5 and $7 trillion a year will need to be investe ...

    Episode 3: Mike Barry | The path to become the world’s most sustainable retailer

    Episode 3: Mike Barry | The path to become the world’s most sustainable retailer

    09/06/2016

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    Marks & Spencer launched its Plan A progamme in 2007 with the ambition to make the comp ...

    Episode 4: Susan Burns | What the ecological footprint tells us

    Episode 4: Susan Burns | What the ecological footprint tells us

    09/08/2016

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    By many measures, humans have shown themselves to be a pretty successful species. But we ar ...

    Episode 5: Mardi McBrien | Why we need to integrate climate change-related information into mainstream financial reporting

    Episode 5: Mardi McBrien | Why we need to integrate climate change-related information into mainstream financial reporting

    09/14/2016

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    It took many decades over the early 20th Century for a standardised way of presenting finan ...

    Episode 6: Hazel Henderson| The future of sustainability

    Episode 6: Hazel Henderson| The future of sustainability

    09/16/2016

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    When it comes to getting a perspective on the future of sustainability, who better to speak ...

    Episode 7: Professor CB Bhattacharya | How to integrate sustainability into the business

    Episode 7: Professor CB Bhattacharya | How to integrate sustainability into the business

    09/22/2016

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    In this episode of the Sustainability Agenda, Professor CB Bhattacharya, one of the word’ ...

    Episode 8: Professor John Kay | The real meaning of sustainability

    Episode 8: Professor John Kay | The real meaning of sustainability

    10/05/2016

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    John Kay is one of Britain’s leading economists and has a long-standing interest in the r ...

    Episode 9: Aron Cramer | Corporate sustainability – past progress and future questions

    Episode 9: Aron Cramer | Corporate sustainability – past progress and future questions

    10/13/2016

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    BSR has been providing socially responsible business solutions to many of the world’s lea ...

    Episode 10: Paul Dickinson | The crucial importance of corporate climate change data

    Episode 10: Paul Dickinson | The crucial importance of corporate climate change data

    10/26/2016

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    Paul Dickinson founded CDP, formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project, in 2000 with a vision t ...

    Episode 11: Douglas Rushkoff | How the digital revolution undermines sustainability–and some proposals for a fairer more sustainable world

    Episode 11: Douglas Rushkoff | How the digital revolution undermines sustainability–and some proposals for a fairer more sustainable world

    11/08/2016

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    Author, media theorist, professor, activist: Douglas Rushkoff wears many hats. At the heart ...

    Episode 12: Tessa Tennant | The future of green finance

    Episode 12: Tessa Tennant | The future of green finance

    11/21/2016

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    After several false starts, many experts now believe that the green finance sector is at a ...

    Episode 13: Professor Paul Ekins| Smart regulation, new technologies and carbon taxation

    Episode 13: Professor Paul Ekins| Smart regulation, new technologies and carbon taxation

    11/29/2016

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    Little had been written on the role of environmental taxes when Paul Ekins wrote The Living ...

    Episode 14: Hunter Lovins| New thinking that will drive Regenerative Capitalism, the next wave beyond sustainability

    Episode 14: Hunter Lovins| New thinking that will drive Regenerative Capitalism, the next wave beyond sustainability

    12/12/2016

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    From a vantage point of 40 years experience helping create the field of sustainability, Hun ...

    Episode 15: John Elkington| Exponential technologies, climate change, and sustainable development.

    Episode 15: John Elkington| Exponential technologies, climate change, and sustainable development.

    01/10/2017

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    John is a pioneer in the world of corporate responsibility and sustainable development -as ...

    Episode 16: Interview with Ericsson’s Elaine Weidman-Grunewald: Ericsson’s sustainability journey

    Episode 16: Interview with Ericsson’s Elaine Weidman-Grunewald: Ericsson’s sustainability journey

    01/27/2017

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    Ericsson has been at the forefront of corporate sustainability initiatives for many years- ...

    Episode 17: Professor Kevin Anderson| Climate Change Warning

    Episode 17: Professor Kevin Anderson| Climate Change Warning

    02/10/2017

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    Professor Kevin Anderson is an important – and outspoken – voice on how our emissions t ...

    Episode 18: Katherine Collins| How to connect investing with the real world and how finance can learn from nature

    Episode 18: Katherine Collins| How to connect investing with the real world and how finance can learn from nature

    02/21/2017

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    Katherine Collins has had a a long successful career in traditional fund management – she ...

    Episode 19:  Andreea Strachinescu | developments in new energy technologies and innovation in the EU

    Episode 19:  Andreea Strachinescu | developments in new energy technologies and innovation in the EU

    03/20/2017

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    Andreea Strachinescu is head of the New Energy Technologies and Innovation unit in the Dire ...

    Episode 20: Martin Wolf: How economic policy can help deal with growing environmental challenges and climate change

    Episode 20: Martin Wolf: How economic policy can help deal with growing environmental challenges and climate change

    03/31/2017

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    How can economics deal with climate change? In this interview, Martin Wolf, Associate Edito ...

    Episode 21: Michael Kobori, Vice-President, Sustainability, at Levi Strauss & Co. Levi’s Sustainability Journey

    Episode 21: Michael Kobori, Vice-President, Sustainability, at Levi Strauss & Co. Levi’s Sustainability Journey

    04/28/2017

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    Michael has led sustainability at Levi Strauss & Co. since 2001. Under his leadership, ...

    Episode 22: Professor Giorgos Kallis: Degrowth and the dangers of excessive economic growth

    Episode 22: Professor Giorgos Kallis: Degrowth and the dangers of excessive economic growth

    05/08/2017

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    In this interview, Professor Giorgos Kallis, a leading degrowth thinker, provides an overvi ...

    Episode 23: Interview with Jean Bennington Sweeney, Chief Sustainability Officer for 3M Company: 3M’s sustainability journey. 

    Episode 23: Interview with Jean Bennington Sweeney, Chief Sustainability Officer for 3M Company: 3M’s sustainability journey. 

    05/22/2017

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    In this interview, Jean Bennington Sweeney, Chief Sustainability Officer at 3M, gives an ov ...

    Episode 24: Keeping track of corporate sustainability commitments: interview with Toby Heap, the CEO and co-founder of Corporate Knights Inc. a media company   

    Episode 24: Keeping track of corporate sustainability commitments: interview with Toby Heap, the CEO and co-founder of Corporate Knights Inc. a media company  

    05/30/2017

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    How well are companies doing when it comes to sustainability? This is a key question that C ...

    Episode 25: Sustainable procurement: how are companies doing? Interview with Pierre-Francois Thaler, co-founder and co-CEO of EcoVadis.

    Episode 25: Sustainable procurement: how are companies doing? Interview with Pierre-Francois Thaler, co-founder and co-CEO of EcoVadis.

    06/26/2017

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    In recent years, sustainable procurement has become an increasingly important issue for cus ...

    Episode 26: Innovative ideas on how to survive on a fast changing planet. Interview with David Biello, author “The Unnatural World: The Race to Remake Civilization in Earth’s Newest Age.”

    Episode 26: Innovative ideas on how to survive on a fast changing planet. Interview with David Biello, author “The Unnatural World: The Race to Remake Civilization in Earth’s Newest Age.”

    07/10/2017

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    David Biello is the science curator at TED Talks as well as a contributing editor for Scien ...

    Episode 27: interview with Lynelle Cameron, President & CEO of the Autodesk Foundation and Senior Director of Sustainability at Autodesk, Inc.

    Episode 27: interview with Lynelle Cameron, President & CEO of the Autodesk Foundation and Senior Director of Sustainability at Autodesk, Inc.

    08/04/2017

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    In this interview, Lynelle Cameron talks about the work of the Autodesk Foundation-and the ...

    Episode 28: The future of the sustainability agenda: interview with Tony Juniper, CBE.

    Episode 28: The future of the sustainability agenda: interview with Tony Juniper, CBE.

    08/17/2017

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    In this thought provoking and insightful interview, Tony Juniper provides a timely assessme ...

    Episode 29: Interview with Dr Richard Norgaard, Professor Emeritus of Ecological Economics

    Episode 29: Interview with Dr Richard Norgaard, Professor Emeritus of Ecological Economics

    09/03/2017

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    Dr. Richard Norgaard is Professor Emeritus of Ecological Economics in the Energy and Resour ...

    Episode 30: UN Climate Week Special: Professor Michael Mann

    Episode 30: UN Climate Week Special: Professor Michael Mann

    09/18/2017

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    Michael Mann is a distinguished professor of atmospheric science and director of the Earth ...

    Episode 31: UN Climate Week Special: Interview with Barry Parkin Chief Sustainability Officer at Mars, Inc.

    Episode 31: UN Climate Week Special: Interview with Barry Parkin Chief Sustainability Officer at Mars, Inc.

    09/21/2017

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    Barry Parkin is the Chief Sustainability Officer at Mars, Inc. The family run confectionary ...

    Episode 32: UN Climate Week Special: Dr. Per Espen Stoknes: The psychology behind climate change denial

    Episode 32: UN Climate Week Special: Dr. Per Espen Stoknes: The psychology behind climate change denial

    10/02/2017

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    Dr. Per Espen Stoknes is a distinguished psychologist and economist and chair of the Centre ...

    Episode 33: Interview with Scott Tew, executive director of the Center for Energy Efficiency & Sustainability (CEES) at Ingersoll Rand.

    Episode 33: Interview with Scott Tew, executive director of the Center for Energy Efficiency & Sustainability (CEES) at Ingersoll Rand.

    10/17/2017

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    Scott Tew is the executive director of the Center for Energy Efficiency & Sustainabilit ...

    Episode 34 Interview with Annemieke Tsike-Sossah de Jong, Head of Portfolio at the IKEA Foundation

    Episode 34 Interview with Annemieke Tsike-Sossah de Jong, Head of Portfolio at the IKEA Foundation

    10/27/2017

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    Annemieke Tsike-Sossah de Jong is Head of Portfolio at the IKEA Foundation, the independent ...

    Episode 35: Dr Andy Price, head of politics at Sheffield Hallam University, discusses the ideas of the neglected American political theorist and pioneering ecologist, Murray Bookchin

    Episode 35: Dr Andy Price, head of politics at Sheffield Hallam University, discusses the ideas of the neglected American political theorist and pioneering ecologist, Murray Bookchin

    11/07/2017

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    Dr. Andy Price is head of politics at Sheffield Hallam University. His primary research are ...

    Episode 36: Carbon Brief’s Leo Hickman reviews COP23

    Episode 36: Carbon Brief’s Leo Hickman reviews COP23

    11/24/2017

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    Leo Hickman is director and editor of Carbon Brief, a leading UK based website covering the ...

    Episode 37: Interview with Sabina Alkire, director of the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI: how to effectively measure poverty using the  multidimensional poverty indicator (MPI)

    Episode 37: Interview with Sabina Alkire, director of the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI: how to effectively measure poverty using the  multidimensional poverty indicator (MPI)

    01/17/2018

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    Dr Sabina Alkire is the director of the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OP ...

    Episode 38: Sam Fankhauser, Director of the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at LSE, discusses carbon pricing

    Episode 38: Sam Fankhauser, Director of the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at LSE, discusses carbon pricing

    02/01/2018

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    Sam Fankhauser is Director of the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Env ...

    Episode 39: The future of finance and sustainable capitalism: Interview with David Blood, Senior Partner of Generation Investment Management

    Episode 39: The future of finance and sustainable capitalism: Interview with David Blood, Senior Partner of Generation Investment Management

    02/11/2018

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    David Blood is co-founder and Senior Partner of Generation Investment Management. Previousl ...

    Episode 40: Interview with Jay Coen Gilbert on the growth and success of B Corps and how the movement aims to re-define success in business

    Episode 40: Interview with Jay Coen Gilbert on the growth and success of B Corps and how the movement aims to re-define success in business

    02/28/2018

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    Jay Coen Gilbert is co-founder of B Lab, the non-profit organisation that serves a global m ...

    Episode 41: Interview with William McDonough on the Cradle to Cradle economy

    Episode 41: Interview with William McDonough on the Cradle to Cradle economy

    03/10/2018

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    William McDonough is a globally recognised leader in sustainable development. His books Cra ...

    Episode 42: Sustainability: a new way of doing business. How Interview with George Serafeim, the Jakurski Family Associate Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School.

    Episode 42: Sustainability: a new way of doing business. How Interview with George Serafeim, the Jakurski Family Associate Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School.

    03/22/2018

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    George Serafeim is the Jakurski Family Associate Professor of Business Administration at Ha ...

    Episode 43: Dr. Charly Kleissner, co-founder KL Felicitas Foundation, discusses the power of “deep impact” investing and the importance of developing a new post-modern portfolio theory that includes impact

    Episode 43: Dr. Charly Kleissner, co-founder KL Felicitas Foundation, discusses the power of “deep impact” investing and the importance of developing a new post-modern portfolio theory that includes impact

    04/25/2018

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    Dr. Charly Kleissner is a pioneer in the field of impact investment. He believes that the d ...

    Episode 44: China as an environmental leader? Interview with Isabel Hilton, founder and editor of chinadialogue.net

    Episode 44: China as an environmental leader? Interview with Isabel Hilton, founder and editor of chinadialogue.net

    05/18/2018

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    In episode 44 of the Sustainability Agenda, China Dialogue founder Isabel Hilton gives an o ...

    Episode 45: The shocking detrimental environmental impact of China’s Belt and Road initiative: interview with Professor Bill Laurance,Distinguished Research Professor at James Cook University in Cairns, Australia

    Episode 45: The shocking detrimental environmental impact of China’s Belt and Road initiative: interview with Professor Bill Laurance,Distinguished Research Professor at James Cook University in Cairns, Australia

    05/23/2018

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    In episode 45 of the Sustainability Agenda, Professor Bill Laurance reveals the enormous, a ...

    Episode 46: Interview with Cameron Hepburn, Professor of Environmental Economics at the University of Oxford

    Episode 46: Interview with Cameron Hepburn, Professor of Environmental Economics at the University of Oxford

    06/05/2018

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    Cameron Hepburn is Professor of Environmental Economics at the University of Oxford and the ...

    Episode 47: Interview with Jeff Goodell on the risks posed by climate induced sea level rises

    Episode 47: Interview with Jeff Goodell on the risks posed by climate induced sea level rises

    06/15/2018

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    Jeff Goodell is a leading environmental journalist and author. He is a frequent contributor ...

    Episode 48: Interview with Dr Thomas Lovejoy, “the Godfather of Biodiversity.”

    Episode 48: Interview with Dr Thomas Lovejoy, “the Godfather of Biodiversity.”

    06/23/2018

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    Dr Lovejoy is a tropical biologist and conservation biologist. He a Senior Fellow at the Un ...

    Episode 49: interview with consultant and educator Daniel Wahl on regenerative design

    Episode 49: interview with consultant and educator Daniel Wahl on regenerative design

    07/02/2018

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    In this rich and broad discussion, Dr. Daniel Wahl makes the case for biomimicry and regene ...

    Episode 50: Interview with Paul Hawken, co-founder and Executive Director of Project Drawdown

    Episode 50: Interview with Paul Hawken, co-founder and Executive Director of Project Drawdown

    07/22/2018

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    In this interview, jointly with the Drawdown Agenda, Paul Hawken, the co-founder and Execut ...

    Episode 51: Interview with Georg Kell, the founder and former Executive Director of the United Nations Global Compact, currently Chairman of Anglo-German asset manager, Arabesque Partners.

    Episode 51: Interview with Georg Kell, the founder and former Executive Director of the United Nations Global Compact, currently Chairman of Anglo-German asset manager, Arabesque Partners.

    08/01/2018

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    Georg Kell is the founder and former Executive Director of the United Nations Global Compac ...

    Episode 52 Interview with Professor Tim Jackson, Professor of Sustainable Development at the University of Surrey and Director of the Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity (CUSP)

    Episode 52 Interview with Professor Tim Jackson, Professor of Sustainable Development at the University of Surrey and Director of the Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity (CUSP)

    08/09/2018

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    Tim Jackson is Professor of Sustainable Development at the University of Surrey and Directo ...

    Episode 53: Deep dive on sustainable agricultural supply chains with Tobias Webb, founder of the Innovation Forum, a sustainability events and publishing company based in London.

    Episode 53: Deep dive on sustainable agricultural supply chains with Tobias Webb, founder of the Innovation Forum, a sustainability events and publishing company based in London.

    08/21/2018

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    Tobias Webb is the founder of the Innovation Forum, a sustainability events and publishing ...

    Episode 54: Dr Steve Cohen talks about the Sustainable City

    Episode 54: Dr Steve Cohen talks about the Sustainable City

    09/01/2018

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    As more and more cities transition away from the port and manufacturing hubs of old to brai ...

    Episode 55: Professor Daniel Nyberg discusses the challenges companies face maintaining their sustainability commitments to climate change over time

    Episode 55: Professor Daniel Nyberg discusses the challenges companies face maintaining their sustainability commitments to climate change over time

    09/13/2018

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    Daniel Nyberg is a Professor of Management at the Newcastle Business School in Australia.  ...

    Episode 56: interview with Dr. Jason Hickel, author of The Divide

    Episode 56: interview with Dr. Jason Hickel, author of The Divide

    10/05/2018

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    Dr. Jason Hickel is an anthropologist, author and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. Hi ...

    Episode 57: Interview with Jeremy Lent, author of The Patterning Instinct

    Episode 57: Interview with Jeremy Lent, author of The Patterning Instinct

    10/24/2018

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    Jeremy Lent is an author whose writings investigate the patterns of thought that have led c ...

    Episode 58: Interview with Gillian Caldwell, CEO of Global Witness

    Episode 58: Interview with Gillian Caldwell, CEO of Global Witness

    11/08/2018

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    Founded in 1993, Global Witness is a non-profit organization working to expose environmenta ...

    Episode 59 Interview, with Ian Gough, Emeritus Professor of Social Policy at University of Bath on the need for new eco-social policies to deal with the environmental crises we are now facing.

    Episode 59 Interview, with Ian Gough, Emeritus Professor of Social Policy at University of Bath on the need for new eco-social policies to deal with the environmental crises we are now facing.

    11/20/2018

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    In this interview, we welcome Ian Gough to discuss his most recent book Heat, Greed and Hum ...

    Episode 60: Interview with Kate Raworth, author of Doughnut Economics: seven ways to think like a 21st century economist

    Episode 60: Interview with Kate Raworth, author of Doughnut Economics: seven ways to think like a 21st century economist

    12/03/2018

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    In recent years, more and more attention has been paid to how economic theory is divorced f ...

    Episode 61: Interview with Carlota Perez, Centennial Professor of International Development at the London School of Economics

    Episode 61: Interview with Carlota Perez, Centennial Professor of International Development at the London School of Economics

    12/18/2018

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    Professor Carlota Perez has spent her career researching the profound impact technology has ...

    Episode 62: Interview with Daniel Pinchbeck, author of How Soon Is Now: From Personal Initiation to Global Transformation

    Episode 62: Interview with Daniel Pinchbeck, author of How Soon Is Now: From Personal Initiation to Global Transformation

    01/08/2019

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    In this interview with author Daniel Pinchbeck, we explore the ultimate meaning of the psyc ...

    Episode 63: Interview with Peter Barnes, author of Capitalism 3.0

    Episode 63: Interview with Peter Barnes, author of Capitalism 3.0

    02/07/2019

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    Peter Barnes is an innovative thinker and entrepreneur whose work has focused on fixing the ...

    Episode 64: The importance of behaviour change to reduce CO2. Interview with CEO of Rare, Brett Jenks

    Episode 64: The importance of behaviour change to reduce CO2. Interview with CEO of Rare, Brett Jenks

    03/04/2019

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    When we think about the magnitude of global emissions and the scale of the decarbonisation ...

    Episode 65: Interview with Martin Kirk, co-founder /The Rules

    Episode 65: Interview with Martin Kirk, co-founder /The Rules

    03/22/2019

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    Martin Kirk is co-founder of /The Rules, a global collective of activists of all types dedi ...

    Episode 66: Interview with author and filmmaker Helena Norberg-Hodge, founder and director of Local Futures

    Episode 66: Interview with author and filmmaker Helena Norberg-Hodge, founder and director of Local Futures

    04/12/2019

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    Helena Norberg-Hodge is a pioneer of the ‘new economy’ movement. Through writing and pu ...

    Episode 67: Interview with Ann Pettifor, director of Policy Research in Macroeconomics (PRIME)

    Episode 67: Interview with Ann Pettifor, director of Policy Research in Macroeconomics (PRIME)

    05/07/2019

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    Since the 1970s, credit has become increasingly easy to acquire. We have become a consumpti ...

    Episode 68: Interview with Rachel Dreskin, US Executive Director at Compassion in World Farming

    Episode 68: Interview with Rachel Dreskin, US Executive Director at Compassion in World Farming

    05/21/2019

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    Compassion in World Farming (CIWF) (www.ciwf.com) is a leading international charity workin ...

    Episode 69: Interview with Marc Ventresca and Michele Scataglini

    Episode 69: Interview with Marc Ventresca and Michele Scataglini

    06/04/2019

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    Solutions to many of the major problems in the world have been identified in Sustainable De ...

    Episode 70: Interview with Mark Maslin, Professor of Earth Systems Science, UCL, author of The Human Planet

    Episode 70: Interview with Mark Maslin, Professor of Earth Systems Science, UCL, author of The Human Planet

    06/17/2019

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    The scale of human impact on our planet is not easy to engage with – even scientists ofte ...

    Episode 71: Interview with evolutionary biologist, Dr. Elisabet Sahtouris

    Episode 71: Interview with evolutionary biologist, Dr. Elisabet Sahtouris

    07/11/2019

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    In this interview with Dr. Elisabet Sahtouris, we explore the Gaia hypothesis or metaphor o ...

    Episode 72: Interview with Rob Hopkins, founder of Transition movement

    Episode 72: Interview with Rob Hopkins, founder of Transition movement

    07/16/2019

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    People feel defeated when they hear the grand cost of achieving carbon neutrality. But what ...

    Episode 73: Interview with Thomas Lovejoy, “The Godfather of Biodiversity”

    Episode 73: Interview with Thomas Lovejoy, “The Godfather of Biodiversity”

    08/01/2019

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    Biological diversity and climate change are two incontrovertibly intertwined issues. Destro ...

    Episode 74: Interview with Caroline Lucas, Green Party member of UK House of Commons

    Episode 74: Interview with Caroline Lucas, Green Party member of UK House of Commons

    08/19/2019

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    In this interview with Caroline Lucas, the first Green Party Member of Parliament, we discu ...

    Episode 75: Interview with Professor Herman Daly, the dean of ecological economics, on the Steady state economy

    Episode 75: Interview with Professor Herman Daly, the dean of ecological economics, on the Steady state economy

    08/28/2019

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    As a society, we constantly hail growth as the mark of progress and solution to our problem ...

    Episode 76: Interview with Eva Garen, Director of Environmental Leadership Training Initiative

    Episode 76: Interview with Eva Garen, Director of Environmental Leadership Training Initiative

    09/15/2019

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    In this episode we speak with Eva Garen, Director of ELTI, Environmental Leadership and Tra ...

    Episode 77: Interview with Mark Campanale, Founder of Carbon Tracker Initiative

    Episode 77: Interview with Mark Campanale, Founder of Carbon Tracker Initiative

    09/25/2019

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    In this interview with Mark Campanale, we discuss divestment from coal, oil and gas and the ...

    Episode 78: Interview with Dr. Jonathan Foley, Executive Director of Project Drawdown, on the next-steps for this pathbreaking project

    Episode 78: Interview with Dr. Jonathan Foley, Executive Director of Project Drawdown, on the next-steps for this pathbreaking project

    10/06/2019

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    Two years on from the book’s publication, the Drawdown team have got their sights on how ...

    Episode 79: Interview with Peter Head, resilience champion

    Episode 79: Interview with Peter Head, resilience champion

    10/15/2019

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    With the growing reach of climate change-induced extreme weather events and increasing urba ...

    Episode 80: Interview with Brian Von Herzen on Marine Permaculture

    Episode 80: Interview with Brian Von Herzen on Marine Permaculture

    11/05/2019

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    With over half of CO2 recaptured from the atmosphere going into the world’s oceans, they ...

    Episode 81: Interview with Dr. Robert Romanyshyn on Frankenstein, technology and climate collapse

    Episode 81: Interview with Dr. Robert Romanyshyn on Frankenstein, technology and climate collapse

    11/16/2019

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    In this episode, we speak with Dr. Robert Romanyshyn, a retired emeritus professor of clini ...

    Episode 82: Interview with Unai Pascual, Ecological Economist

    Episode 82: Interview with Unai Pascual, Ecological Economist

    11/26/2019

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    We are living in a very vulnerable, unprecedented situation–an ecological crisis which is ...

    Episode 83: Interview with Nate Hagens on energy and sustainability

    Episode 83: Interview with Nate Hagens on energy and sustainability

    12/11/2019

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    In this wide-ranging interview, Nate highlights the vital, and oft-overlooked, role that a ...

    Episode 84: Interview with Noam Chomsky, pioneering linguist, social critic, and political activist on the environmental crises we are facing

    Episode 84: Interview with Noam Chomsky, pioneering linguist, social critic, and political activist on the environmental crises we are facing

    12/27/2019

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    Described by the New York Times as “arguably the most important intellectual alive,” No ...

    Episode 85: Interview with Professor Maisa Rojas, COP 25 scientific coordinator

    Episode 85: Interview with Professor Maisa Rojas, COP 25 scientific coordinator

    01/17/2020

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    Today we talk about the expectations and outcomes of the COP 25 climate summit with Profess ...

    Episode 86: Interview with Professor Colin Mayer on corporate purpose

    Episode 86: Interview with Professor Colin Mayer on corporate purpose

    01/29/2020

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    In today’s episode with Professor Colin Mayer, we look at the role of corporations in soc ...

    Episode 87: Interview with Dr. Keir Milburn on generational politics, and Public-Commons Partnerships

    Episode 87: Interview with Dr. Keir Milburn on generational politics, and Public-Commons Partnerships

    02/14/2020

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    Today we speak with Dr. Keir Milburn about the ongoing shift of young people to the left in ...

    Episode 88: Interview with Professor Mike Hulme on the culture and politics of climate change

    Episode 88: Interview with Professor Mike Hulme on the culture and politics of climate change

    03/04/2020

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    Today we speak with Dr. Mike Hulme about climate change from an enlightening perspective th ...

    Episode 89: Interview with Naomi Klein, author and activist

    Episode 89: Interview with Naomi Klein, author and activist

    03/23/2020

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    In this episode we speak with Naomi Klein, renowned author and activist on the state of cri ...

    Episode 90: Interview with John Dennis Liu, filmmaker and ecologist

    Episode 90: Interview with John Dennis Liu, filmmaker and ecologist

    04/05/2020

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    In today’s episode we speak with John Dennis Liu on the large-scale disruption of ecosyst ...

    Episode 91: Interview with Professor Ioannis Ioannou, leading sustainability researcher at London Business School

    Episode 91: Interview with Professor Ioannis Ioannou, leading sustainability researcher at London Business School

    04/27/2020

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    In today’s episode, we speak with Professor Ioannis Ioannou on business sustainability fo ...

    Episode 92: Interview with Medha Patkar, social activist

    Episode 92: Interview with Medha Patkar, social activist

    05/18/2020

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    In this interview, we talk with renowned Indian social activist Medha Patkar. She speaks ab ...

    Episode 93: Interview with Eva Gladek, CEO of Metabolic and circular economy leader

    Episode 93: Interview with Eva Gladek, CEO of Metabolic and circular economy leader

    05/28/2020

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    In this episode we speak with Eva Gladek, founder and CEO of Metabolic, and a leader in the ...

    Episode 94: Interview with Will Steffen, climate scientist

    Episode 94: Interview with Will Steffen, climate scientist

    06/09/2020

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    In today’s episode, we discuss Earth System science and tipping points with Will Steffen. ...

    Episode 95: An interview with Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, atmospheric scientist

    Episode 95: An interview with Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, atmospheric scientist

    06/17/2020

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    In this episode, we meet with Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, an atmospheric scientist who focuses on ...

    Episode 96: Interview with Geoff Mann Director of the Centre for Global Political Economy, Simon Fraser University

    Episode 96: Interview with Geoff Mann Director of the Centre for Global Political Economy, Simon Fraser University

    06/30/2020

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    Geoff is Director of the Centre for Global Political Economy, Simon Fraser University in Ca ...

    Episode 97: Interview with Jeremy Lent, author of The Patterning Instinct

    Episode 97: Interview with Jeremy Lent, author of The Patterning Instinct

    07/14/2020

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    In this episode, we meet for the second time with Jeremy Lent and discuss the present time ...

    Episode 98: Interview with author Rutger Bregman, author of Humankind

    Episode 98: Interview with author Rutger Bregman, author of Humankind

    07/26/2020

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    In today’s episode we talk with Rutger Bregman about the ideas underlying his thought-pro ...

    Episode 99: Interview with Rebecca Henderson, Economist and University Professor

    Episode 99: Interview with Rebecca Henderson, Economist and University Professor

    08/06/2020

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    In this episode we meet with Dr. Rebecca Henderson to discuss her ideas on how to reimagine ...

    Episode 100: Interview with Dr. Anne Poelina, Indigenous Australian and Nyikina Traditional Custodian

    Episode 100: Interview with Dr. Anne Poelina, Indigenous Australian and Nyikina Traditional Custodian

    08/17/2020

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    In this, the 100th episode of the Sustainability Agenda, we speak to Dr. Anne Poelina an in ...

    Episode 101: Interview with Eric Holthaus, meteorologist, writer and ecosocialist

    Episode 101: Interview with Eric Holthaus, meteorologist, writer and ecosocialist

    08/25/2020

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    In this episode, we talk with Eric Holthaus about his outlook for the future with climate c ...

    Episode 102: Interview with Rob Nixon, Professor in the Humanities and the Environment

    Episode 102: Interview with Rob Nixon, Professor in the Humanities and the Environment

    08/31/2020

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    In this episode we dive into a discussion with Rob Nixon on climate change denialism, the d ...

    Episode 103: Interview with Dr. Frances Fox Piven, social scientist, activist and professor

    Episode 103: Interview with Dr. Frances Fox Piven, social scientist, activist and professor

    09/11/2020

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    In this episode, Professor Frances Fox Piven talks about this unique moment in United State ...

    Episode 104: An interview with Professor Kari Norgaard

    Episode 104: An interview with Professor Kari Norgaard

    09/19/2020

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    In this episode, we dive into understanding denialism and justice dimensions that are gaini ...

    Episode 105: Interview with Roman Krznaric, public philosopher, author of The Good Ancestor

    Episode 105: Interview with Roman Krznaric, public philosopher, author of The Good Ancestor

    09/29/2020

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    In this episode, we talk with Roman Krznaric about the necessity of overcoming our society' ...

    Episode 106: Interview with Danny Dorling, social geographer and Professor of Geography

    Episode 106: Interview with Danny Dorling, social geographer and Professor of Geography

    10/12/2020

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    In this episode we talk with Danny Dorling, social geographer and Professor of Geography, a ...

    Episode 107: Interview with Joel Bakan, author, filmmaker and Law Professor

    Episode 107: Interview with Joel Bakan, author, filmmaker and Law Professor

    10/18/2020

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    In this episode, we meet with Dr. Joel Bakan to discuss the growing sustainability focus of ...

    Episode 108: Interview with Arran Stibbe, Professor of Ecological Linguistics

    Episode 108: Interview with Arran Stibbe, Professor of Ecological Linguistics

    10/30/2020

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    In this interview with Dr. Arran Stibbe, we discuss ecolinguistics, or how language influen ...

    Episode 109: Interview with writer Andri Snær Magnason

    Episode 109: Interview with writer Andri Snær Magnason

    11/15/2020

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    In today's interview with writer Andri Snær Magnason, we explore Andri's use of his writin ...

    Episode 110: Interview with Alexander Dunlap, Social Anthropologist

    Episode 110: Interview with Alexander Dunlap, Social Anthropologist

    11/27/2020

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    In this episode, we discuss the social and ecological impact of so-called renewable energy, ...

    Episode 111: An interview with Dr. Harriet Bulkeley, Professor of Geography

    Episode 111: An interview with Dr. Harriet Bulkeley, Professor of Geography

    12/09/2020

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    In this episode, we talk with Professor Harriet Bulkely about the effectiveness of differen ...

    Episode 112: Interview with Dr. David Loy, Zen teacher, Author of EcoDharma

    Episode 112: Interview with Dr. David Loy, Zen teacher, Author of EcoDharma

    12/23/2020

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    In this episode, Zen teacher David Loy shares his thinking about EcoDharma: combining the t ...

    Episode 113: Interview with Jagdeesh Rao, Curator - Promise of Commons initiative, and former CEO FES

    Episode 113: Interview with Jagdeesh Rao, Curator - Promise of Commons initiative, and former CEO FES

    01/12/2021

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    The Foundation for Ecological Security (FES) works on the ecological restoration and conser ...

    Episode 114: Professor Tim Lenton discusses Gaia 2.0

    Episode 114: Professor Tim Lenton discusses Gaia 2.0

    01/25/2021

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    Tim Lenton is Professor of Climate Change and Earth System Science at the University of Exe ...

    Episode 115: Interview with John Clark, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at Loyola University, director of La Terre Institute for Community and Ecology

    Episode 115: Interview with John Clark, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at Loyola University, director of La Terre Institute for Community and Ecology

    02/10/2021

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    John Clark is Professor Emeritus at Loyola University, and director of La Terre Institute f ...

    Episode 116: Interview with Johan Frijns, the director of BankTrack, whose mission is to stop banks from financing harmful business activities.

    Episode 116: Interview with Johan Frijns, the director of BankTrack, whose mission is to stop banks from financing harmful business activities.

    02/24/2021

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    In this in-depth interview, Johan Frijns discusses the vital work that BankTrack does on ba ...

    Episode 117: Interview with Dale Jamieson, Professor of Environmental Studies and Philosophy, New York University on environmental justice.

    Episode 117: Interview with Dale Jamieson, Professor of Environmental Studies and Philosophy, New York University on environmental justice.

    03/12/2021

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    Dale discusses his recent thinking on the metaphysical challenges of climate change --the w ...

    Episode 118: Interview with Professor Rupert Read, former XR spokesperson, author of Parents for a Future

    Episode 118: Interview with Professor Rupert Read, former XR spokesperson, author of Parents for a Future

    03/28/2021

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    In this thought provoking and spirited interview, Rupert Read shares lessons and insights f ...

     Episode 119: Interview with Dr Jeffrey Kiehl, climate scientist and Jungian analyst

    Episode 119: Interview with Dr Jeffrey Kiehl, climate scientist and Jungian analyst

    04/13/2021

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    In this fascinating interview, Dr. Jeffrey Kiehl brings to bear two very different ways of ...

    Episode 120: Interview with Joanna Pocock, author of Surrender, exploring the changing landscape and cultures of the American West

    Episode 120: Interview with Joanna Pocock, author of Surrender, exploring the changing landscape and cultures of the American West

    05/02/2021

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    In this interview, Joanna Pocock talks about her recent book Surrender, a compelling, movin ...

    Episode 121: Interview with Kevin Starr, the founder of the Mulago Foundation--which funds high-impact organizations working on alleviating poverty

    Episode 121: Interview with Kevin Starr, the founder of the Mulago Foundation--which funds high-impact organizations working on alleviating poverty

    05/12/2021

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    In this episode, we welcome veteran investor Kevin Starr to the podcast to discuss the work ...

    Episode 122: Interview with Professor Wendy Brown, author In the Ruins of Neoliberalism: The Rise of AntiDemocratic politics in the West.

    Episode 122: Interview with Professor Wendy Brown, author In the Ruins of Neoliberalism: The Rise of AntiDemocratic politics in the West.

    05/23/2021

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    In this fascinating interview, Professor Wendy Brown analyses the impact of neoliberal idea ...

    Episode 123: interview with economic anthropologist Dr Jason Hickel about his most recent book Less is more: How Degrowth will save the world

    Episode 123: interview with economic anthropologist Dr Jason Hickel about his most recent book Less is more: How Degrowth will save the world

    06/01/2021

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    In this wide-ranging interview, economic anthropologist Jason Hickel discusses his most rec ...

    Episode 124: Interview with Professor Daniela Gabor on funding the transition to a low carbon economy

    Episode 124: Interview with Professor Daniela Gabor on funding the transition to a low carbon economy

    06/09/2021

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    In this fascinating interview, Daniela discusses the eye-opening sums of money needed to ac ...

    Episode 125: Interview with Jeremy Lent on finding our place in the universe by integrating science and traditional wisdom

    Episode 125: Interview with Jeremy Lent on finding our place in the universe by integrating science and traditional wisdom

    06/29/2021

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    In this wide-ranging interview, Jeremy Lent discusses his fascinating new book Web of Meani ...

    Episode 126: Nigel Topping, the UK's High-Level Climate Action Champion, on COP26

    Episode 126: Nigel Topping, the UK's High-Level Climate Action Champion, on COP26

    07/11/2021

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    In this fascinating interview, Nigel Topping, the UK's High-Level Climate Action Champion d ...

    Episode 127: Innovation Forum Founder Toby Webb on building resilient smallholder supply chains and sustainability trends within the food industry

    Episode 127: Innovation Forum Founder Toby Webb on building resilient smallholder supply chains and sustainability trends within the food industry

    07/22/2021

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    In this deep dive on sustainability within the food industry, Toby identifies three key tre ...

    Episode 128: The Geopolitics of Climate Change: interview with Gerald Butts, Vice Chairman of the political risk consultancy, Eurasia Group

    Episode 128: The Geopolitics of Climate Change: interview with Gerald Butts, Vice Chairman of the political risk consultancy, Eurasia Group

    08/08/2021

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    As the relationship between the US and China grows more tense, we discuss the geopolitics o ...

    Episode 129: Interview with James Cameron, a Friend of COP26, about the prospects for COP26

    Episode 129: Interview with James Cameron, a Friend of COP26, about the prospects for COP26

    08/23/2021

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    In an interview done earlier this year, long time climate activist James Cameron provides a ...

    Episode 130: Interview with Professor Stephen Macekura exploring critiques of economic growth across the twentieth-century

    Episode 130: Interview with Professor Stephen Macekura exploring critiques of economic growth across the twentieth-century

    09/13/2021

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    Professor Stephen Macekura explores how ideas of economic growth came into being across the ...

    Episode 131: Interview with French anthropologist Professor Philippe Descola on our relationship with nature

    Episode 131: Interview with French anthropologist Professor Philippe Descola on our relationship with nature

    09/18/2021

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    In this fascinating interview,  leading anthropologist Professor Philippe Descola discusse ...

    Episode 132: Interview with Professor Katharine Hayhoe on how to have a conversation on the highly politicised and divisive subject of climate change

    Episode 132: Interview with Professor Katharine Hayhoe on how to have a conversation on the highly politicised and divisive subject of climate change

    09/27/2021

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    In this interview, Professor Katharine Hayhoe, one of climate change’s most effective com ...

    Episode 133: Interview with Professor Daniel Aldrich on resilience and the importance of social capital in post-disaster recovery

    Episode 133: Interview with Professor Daniel Aldrich on resilience and the importance of social capital in post-disaster recovery

    10/14/2021

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    In this deep dive on resilience, Professor Daniel Aldrich gives a fascinating overview of d ...

    Episode 134: Interview with Dr Genevieve Guenther on how fossil-fuel interests have manipulated language and the media to suppress support for climate action

    Episode 134: Interview with Dr Genevieve Guenther on how fossil-fuel interests have manipulated language and the media to suppress support for climate action

    10/25/2021

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    In this fascinating interview, Dr Genevieve Guenther does a deep dive on the powerful ongoi ...

    Episode 135 COP26 SPECIAL: Professor Mike Hulme talks about his expectations for COP26

    Episode 135 COP26 SPECIAL: Professor Mike Hulme talks about his expectations for COP26

    10/29/2021

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    Fascinating interview with Professor Mike Hulme on his expectations for COP26, the role and ...

    Episode 136 COP26 SPECIAL Frédéric Hache from Green Finance Observatory: a critical analysis of carbon offsets and related market mechanisms

    Episode 136 COP26 SPECIAL Frédéric Hache from Green Finance Observatory: a critical analysis of carbon offsets and related market mechanisms

    11/03/2021

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    In this thought provoking interview, Frédéric Hache, co-founder of the Green Finance Obse ...

    Episode 137 COP26 SPECIAL: Interview with youth activists Sohanur Rahman, Lucy Jordan and John Paul Jose about COP26 –expectations and reality

    Episode 137 COP26 SPECIAL: Interview with youth activists Sohanur Rahman, Lucy Jordan and John Paul Jose about COP26 –expectations and reality

    11/07/2021

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     A fascinating discussion with 3 passionate youth activists from the UK, India and Banglad ...

    Episode 138 Interview with James Thornton, CEO of legal powerhouse ClientEarth, on using the law to deal with nature loss and climate change

    Episode 138 Interview with James Thornton, CEO of legal powerhouse ClientEarth, on using the law to deal with nature loss and climate change

    11/15/2021

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    In this hugely inspiring interview, James Thornton, CEO of legal powerhouse ClientEarth, ta ...

    Episode 139 COP26 SPECIAL: Candid interview with former XR spokesperson Rupert Read on the outcomes of COP26

    Episode 139 COP26 SPECIAL: Candid interview with former XR spokesperson Rupert Read on the outcomes of COP26

    11/28/2021

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    COP26 debrief with Rupert Read. In the immediate aftermath of COP26, Rupert Read shares his ...

    Episode 140 COP26 SPECIAL Deep dive on the outcome of COP26, the structure and future of the COPs with professor Stefan Aykut

    Episode 140 COP26 SPECIAL Deep dive on the outcome of COP26, the structure and future of the COPs with professor Stefan Aykut

    12/05/2021

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    In this fascinating discussion on the COP, Professor Stefan Aykut, a German scholar working ...

    Episode 141 Interview with Professor Katharina Pistor on How the Law Creates Wealth and Inequality

    Episode 141 Interview with Professor Katharina Pistor on How the Law Creates Wealth and Inequality

    12/13/2021

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    Katharina Pistor, Professor of Comparative Law and director of the Center on Global Legal T ...

      Episode 142: Sir Ronald Cohen,

    Episode 142: Sir Ronald Cohen, "the father of social investment," discusses his new book, Impact, Reshaping capitalism to drive real change.

    12/27/2021

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    A fascinating deep dive on impact investment with Sir Ronald Cohen, "the father of social i ...

    Episode 143 Interview with pioneering American political activist, urban theorist and Marxist environmentalist Mike Davis

    Episode 143 Interview with pioneering American political activist, urban theorist and Marxist environmentalist Mike Davis

    01/11/2022

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    In this wide-ranging and hard-hitting interview, pioneering American writer, activist, and ...

    Episode 144: Interview with Kenyan conservationist Dr Mordecai Ogada on conservation trends in Kenya.

    Episode 144: Interview with Kenyan conservationist Dr Mordecai Ogada on conservation trends in Kenya.

    02/01/2022

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    Hard-hitting interview with outspoken Kenyan ecologist and conservation writer Dr Mordecai ...

    Episode 145 Interview with MSCI’s Global Head of ESG and Climate Research  Linda-Eling Lee

    Episode 145 Interview with MSCI’s Global Head of ESG and Climate Research Linda-Eling Lee

    02/24/2022

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    Wide ranging discussion on ESG ratings and how MSCI approaches identifying risks and opport ...

    Episode 146: Interview with Mark Campanale, Founder of the Carbon Tracker Initiative

    Episode 146: Interview with Mark Campanale, Founder of the Carbon Tracker Initiative

    03/11/2022

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    Carbon Tracker Initiative’s Mark Campanale provides fresh insights into the dangerous phe ...

    Episode 147: Professor Ruth DeFries on lessons from the natural world on how to deal with environmental crises.

    Episode 147: Professor Ruth DeFries on lessons from the natural world on how to deal with environmental crises.

    03/29/2022

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    Deep dive with Professor Ruth DeFries on her recent book What would Nature Do exploring how ...

    Episode 148: Interview with Ann Pettifor on finance and climate and stranded assets

    Episode 148: Interview with Ann Pettifor on finance and climate and stranded assets

    04/12/2022

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    Wide-ranging interview with the economist Ann Pettifor on the impact of an unstable financi ...

      Episode 149 Professor Kevin Gallagher and Richard Kozul-Wright discuss their ideas for a new Bretton Woods to deal with inequality and climate breakdown

    Episode 149 Professor Kevin Gallagher and Richard Kozul-Wright discuss their ideas for a new Bretton Woods to deal with inequality and climate breakdown

    04/25/2022

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    Professor Kevin Gallagher and Richard Kozul-Wright discuss their new book The Case for a Ne ...

    Episode 150: Sunrise co-founder William Lawrence shares some lessons and insights from the growth and development of the Sunrise movement

    Episode 150: Sunrise co-founder William Lawrence shares some lessons and insights from the growth and development of the Sunrise movement

    05/09/2022

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    Sunrise co-founder William Lawrence looks back on his days at Sunrise and explores some of ...

    Episode 151: Professor Robert Eccles discusses ESG trends, and the importance of sustainability ratings

    Episode 151: Professor Robert Eccles discusses ESG trends, and the importance of sustainability ratings

    05/17/2022

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    Professor Robert Eccles, one of the world’s leading authorities on ESG, discusses the gro ...</