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Examining the strategies and deployments around decarbonisation in hard to abate sectors, we speak with CEOs, heads of corporate strategy, CTOs, Innovation/R&D, project directors & heads of carbon management from around the world. Hosted by Alex Cameron of the Decarbonization Leaders Network and Decarb Connect & produced by Janno Media.
 
Listen to PBS NewsHour science reporting published every Wednesday by 9 p.m. Featuring reports from Miles O'Brien, Nsikan Akpan and the rest of our science crew, we take on topics ranging from the future of 3-D printing to power of placebo drugs. Is this not what you're looking for? Don't miss our other podcasts for our full shows, individual segments, Brooks and Capehart, Brief but Spectacular, Politics Monday and more. Find them in iTunes or in your favorite podcasting app. PBS NewsHour is ...
 
“Les dimanches d’Asma” est votre rendez-vous radiophonique du dimanche matin dans le Grand Montréal. Depuis janvier 2017, cette émission a été complètement revampée. Asma Heurtelou et ses collaborateurs touchent divers aspects de la société d’ici et d’ailleurs. Tout est scruté à la loupe. L’équipe Caroussel composée de Françoise Bourdut et Martial Lamy s’intéresse aux jeunes appelés à devenir les adultes de demain. Jean Bernier décrypte tous les sports. L’équipe Quat’Chimen composée de Shela ...
 
Join us as we swap ideas with thinkers, innovators and doers from around the world and around L.E.K. Presented by consulting powerhouse L.E.K. Consulting (www.lek.com), Insight Exchange™ is a new forum dedicated to the free and open exchange of the most interesting, important, and urgent ideas in the world of business. From the farthest-reaching environmental issues to innovations in retail, industrials, and healthcare, every installment of Insight Exchange™ invites luminaries to tell us wha ...
 
Tap into Tax is PwC’s podcast series covering current regulatory, legislative and technology hot topics through the lens of our tax technical leaders as well as process and technology subject matter specialists. As tax department's navigate today's disruptive events and position your business to thrive, our podcast series will provide timely tax technical and operational updates to help you mobilize your response and recovery efforts, transition into a return to work, and set a path for the ...
 
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Even before summer began, there were extreme heat waves and new heat records throughout the Northern Hemisphere, and the forecast calls for a hotter-than-normal summer in much of the U.S. Scientists say climate change is accelerating and intensifying these kinds of heat waves. It's taken a while for some TV weathermen and women to make these connec…
 
Environmental advocates say the ruling in the EPA case is a blow in the fight against climate change and will hamper the Biden administration's environmental agenda. But West Virginia won the case in front of the court after a legal battle over the clean power plan. West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey, who led the legal challenge to the…
 
Research published last year shows the massive Himalayan glaciers have shrunk 10-times faster over the past four decades than during the previous seven centuries. It threatens agriculture and the water supply for millions across South Asia. Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on one project aimed at blunting the environmental impact for communities in the H…
 
In our news wrap Tuesday, primary elections are being held in six states with several marquee races including in Colorado and New York, rescuers in Ukraine searched for survivors in the ruins of a burned-out shopping mall hit by Russian missiles, the UN says 300,000 civilians were killed in the first decade of Syria's civil war, and Ghislaine Maxwe…
 
David Boyd from Carbon Re joins Alex to talk about how cement manufacturers will need to step up to the changes in ETS rules that lie ahead. Cement producers have so far avoided significant negative impact of carbon taxes on their co2 output as their free allowances have largely balanced their typical average emissions - they only have to buy credi…
 
In our news wrap Sunday, an ethnic mass killing in Ethiopia has claimed the lives of more than 200 Amhara people, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen expects an economic slowdown but not necessarily a recession, voters in Colombia head to the polls in presidential runoff, Yellowstone National Park will partly reopen after flooding, and world swimming a…
 
Globally, about 20 percent of reptile species are facing the threat of extinction. That's according to a recent study in the scientific journal "Nature." Geoff Bennett takes a deeper look now at what's driving this extinction crisis and what it could mean for the rest of the world. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/f…
 
Wendy Owens, Founder & CEO of Hexas, joins Alex to talk about how regenerative, plant-based raw materials can ultimately replace wood and fossil fuel-based materials in a variety of sectors. With applications in energy, chemicals, packaging, textiles, composites, structural/non-structural products, bioremediation, and more, Wendy talks about Hexas’…
 
Already exceeding more than $4 trillion annually, U.S. healthcare spending continues to grow faster than the rate of inflation. Healthcare providers and other stakeholders have been challenged as never before to find ways to meet care needs for a nation experiencing an ongoing pandemic, as well as manage unprecedented workforce shortages. A wave of…
 
Manufacturing is never simple, but it’s rarely been as hard as it was in 2021. The year began with optimism as COVID-19 vaccines became widely available in the U.S.; people began returning to more-normal lives and economic activity rose. That optimism was short-lived as the stresses of the past two years ravaged the supply chain-denying automakers …
 
Outsourcing the collection of defaulted unsecured consumer debt from lending, insurance, utilities, and telecoms is a well-established industry in Europe. But the industry is on the cusp of disruption. New tech-based collections firms have emerged in Europe in the last few years and built increasingly attractive, viable businesses off the back of t…
 
Investment in climate tech is rising – but do we yet have the best possible (and scalable) solutions to complex decarbonisation challenges? Benjamin Tincq, Co Founder of Marble Studios, talks with Alex about the need for disruptive tech that targets the most critical problems, tech that is created for the issue rather than a tech in search of an is…
 
Coral reefs around the world are in growing danger due to rising temperatures connected with climate change. But in Florida and the Caribbean, marine biologists are racing to fight a new deadly threat. Science correspondent Miles O'Brien reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
Maya Lin is known for her memorials, architecture, and her art. A new project adds a very personal side to her story and of millions of other Asian Americans. As the Museum of Chinese in America seeks to expand its own presence and the larger American story. Jeffrey Brown reports for our arts and culture series, "CANVAS." PBS NewsHour is supported …
 
In our news wrap Saturday, Vice President Kamala Harris and the second gentleman joined mourners in Buffalo as 86-year-old Ruth Whitfield, the final victim of a racist attack two weeks ago, was laid to rest. Also, a church charity event in Nigeria ended tragically after a stampede left at least 30 people dead, and at least 15 people were killed in …
 
The Uvalde massacre is leading to tough questions all over again about how adults should talk to children about these shootings. Dr. Melissa Brymer, director of terrorism and disaster programs at the UCLA-Duke University National Center for Child Traumatic Stress, joins William Brangham to discuss. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org…
 
In New Mexico, thousands of firefighters are battling a colossal wildfire that has become the largest in state history. A historic drought coupled with climate change has led to longer and more destructive wildfires across the West. Michael Mann, a professor of atmospheric science at Penn State University and author of "The New Climate War" joins G…
 
CarbonCure has been a favourite of investors and a winner of the XPrize – for ten years they have worked hard to help the concrete sector reduce co2 footprints by working specifically on reuse of co2 within the product mix. Sean Monkman joins Alex Cameron to talk about permanent co2 removals, how to scale as a disruptor in the decarbonisation space…
 
NASA is aiming to expand its astronaut launches from U.S. soil. Boeing is set for a test launch this week of its small spacecraft to the International Space Station. Russia and America have long been partners on the space station, but the invasion of Ukraine has led to new tensions and questions about the future. Miles O'Brien has our report about …
 
Methane emissions are heavily concentrated in oil and gas, which has prompted changes in upstream processes and investment in new technologies. In this episode, we discuss the size of the problem that methane emissions present in the oil and gas sector. We discuss measures that companies are taking to account for managing today's methane emissions …
 
For decades scientists have believed there is a black hole at the center of our Milky Way galaxy. For the first time this week, they released an astonishing image of it, about 27,000 light years away from Earth. An international collaboration of scientists and telescopes made the discovery. Miles O'Brien explores some of the mysteries surrounding t…
 
In our news wrap Thursday, the Jan. 6 committee in Congress subpoenaed House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and four other Republicans, North Korea acknowledged its first COVID outbreak, Palestinians mourn journalist Shireen Abu Akleh who was shot dead during an Israeli raid in the West Bank, and astronomers captured the first image of the black ho…
 
Think that renewables can’t sustain high industrial heat? Listen in to learn how storing energy as heat is allowing companies that rely on high industrial heat to reconsider renewables as a cheap and emission-free fuel source. Summary: John O’Donnell joins Alex to look at how renewables could become a competitive option for fuelling energy-intensiv…
 
In our news wrap Wednesday, the Labor Department's April consumer price report shows a slight drop in inflation increases amid 40-year highs, Hong Kong police arrested a Catholic cardinal for endangering China's national security, the Great Barrier Reef suffered its fourth mass-bleaching event in seven years and candidates backed by former Presiden…
 
Extreme heat is gripping large parts of India and Pakistan, affecting hundreds of millions of people in one of the most densely populated parts of the world. Temperatures in India's capital rose above 100 F again this week. The NewsHour looks at how people there are coping. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
The U.S. is in the midst of its worst deadly bird flu outbreak in years. Millions of poultry and wild birds have been killed. And although the risk to human health is low, the impacts have trickled down to consumers. William Brangham traveled to the Midwest, where producers and scientists are desperately trying to stay ahead of the virus. PBS NewsH…
 
It is unbearably hot in India right now as a brutal heat wave scorches the region. While temperatures in some areas have surpassed 120 degrees Fahrenheit every year, the recent wave started early, leading to school closures, landfill fires and a crop crisis. Somini Sengupta, climate reporter for The New York Times and anchor of the Climate Forward …
 
In our news wrap Tuesday, the Biden administration has determined that Russia is wrongfully detaining pro basketball star Brittney Griner, voters in Ohio and Indiana took to the polls, former President Trump's inaugural committee and business will pay $750,000 to settle allegations over his D.C. hotel, and rolling blackouts in India are cutting pow…
 
The insurance industry isn’t known for its early embrace of technology, however, that is changing. We are going to take a look at three market trends that are prompting the industry to make a change. Today, in this episode, we welcome Gigi Wong, Alex Evans, and Noor Abdel-Samed from L.E.K. Consulting to discuss three of the areas seeing a large imp…
 
Winds picked up Tuesday in several states, adding more trouble and complications for firefighters out west and in the plains states. Nearly a dozen large fires have burned over 340 square miles in six states recently and more than 3,500 firefighters and support personnel are battling the blazes. Stephanie Sy reports on the particular problems it's …
 
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