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A weekly podcast tracking the transition from fossil fuel transportation to electric and the surrounding clean ecosystems. Hosted by Electrek’s Frederic Lambert and Seth Weintraub.
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Become a Paid Subscriber: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/siliconcurtain/subscribe A podcast about propaganda, digital disinformation, politics, corruption, hybrid warfare, weaponised conspiracy theories, social echo chambers and digital dystopias. 1984, Authoritarian, Autocracy, Autocrat, Big Brother, Brainwashing, Cold war, Cold war propaganda, Communism, Conflict, Conspiracy theories, Control, Cults, Cyber warfare, Deception, Dictator, Dictatorship, Digital dystopia, Digital media ...
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The latest news in energy and environmental politics & policy — must-know stories and candid insights from POLITICO’s energy team and journalists across our newsroom. All in just five minutes each morning.
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From equities and fixed income to commercial real estate, ESG and climate change, join us as we explore the issues global investors are talking about and uncover insights from industry experts that help keep it all in perspective.
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The Interchange: Recharged podcast is a leading global clean tech podcast that has been running since 2017. Every two weeks experts and industry leaders from the world of clean tech and energy join host David Banmiller for a deep dive into their technology, the future of their sector, funding and policy impacts. We aim to provide a platform for start-ups, new companies and organisations who are innovating and solving real world problems in the energy transition. Our listeners are energy expe ...
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Break down the trade-offs and hard truths of the energy transition in Alberta, Canada, and beyond with energy experts David Keith, Sara Hastings-Simon and Ed Whittingham. www.energyvsclimate.com
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Without

HyperObject Industries

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Hosted by international bestselling author and journalist Omar El Akkad, Without explores all of the things we can't imagine losing. In some cases, it’s something we’ve already lost – species, natural phenomena, places. In other cases, it’s things we should probably learn to live without, like fossil fuels or nuclear weapons. Every episode of WITHOUT is a thought experiment – what would the world look like if something we’ve become used to were no longer around? HyperObject Industries & Sony ...
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Welcome to TXOGA Talks, where energy meets insight! The purpose of this podcast is to provide you with a candid conversation about our energy needs, our energy security, and your energy future. Texas oil and natural gas have made our nation the world's energy leader, constantly innovating and investing to fuel the economy, protect the environment, and power the world. This industry is fast-paced, hi-tech, and essential to improving modern life, and we're here to talk about it!
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Energy Policy Now

Kleinman Center for Energy Policy

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Energy Policy Now offers clear talk on the policy issues that define our relationship to energy and its impact on society and the environment. The series is produced by the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy at the University of Pennsylvania and hosted by energy journalist Andy Stone. Join Andy in conversation with leaders from industry, government, and academia as they shed light on today's pressing energy policy debates.
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Energy Insights

Energy Tracker Asia

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Energy Insights, by Energy Tracker Asia, covers the latest topics on the energy transition and gets into conversation with a wide range of experts and thought leaders on themes that include energy, fossil fuels, climate finance, climate policy, decarbonisation and development. Join our host each month to dive deep into the latest opportunities, challenges and solutions in the climate and energy space.
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Newsdata’s Energy West podcast delivers in-depth conversations with energy experts and weekly news updates about the energy industry in California, the Northwest and beyond. Stay plugged in with Newsdata’s award-winning journalists.
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Zero Ambitions is a podcast about sustainability and the built environment. There is no single solution to fixing the built environment, so we're talking our way through as much of it as we can. We find interesting guests who know what they're talking about and speak with them about sustainability, good practice, and how to make a difference because the challenges are massive and the problems complex. You can also find us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/91573716. Hosted by Jeff ...
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The Clean Energy Show

James Whittingham and Brian Stockton

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Exploring the accelerating transition from fossil fuels to clean, carbon-free energy across the entire economy. Join hosts Brian Stockton and James Whittingham on a journey of inspiration and exploration, scrutinizing innovative solutions and technologies while navigating the diverse paths toward a world of zero emissions in weekly episodes covering the latest trends in energy, cleantech, clean transportation, renewables, food tech, and the environment, with passion and humor!
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Fossil Free Now follows the campaign of Fossil Free Glasgow, a group of volunteers organising for the Glasgow City council to renounce to its investments in the fossil fuel industry. This podcast series will discuss the blocks in our current systems that prevent us from meaningfully addressing the threat of climate breakdown, but also what a society freed from fossil fuels would look like. Find us on twitter @FF_Glasgow
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A show for curious minds. Join us each week as academic experts tell us about the fascinating discoveries they're making to understand the world, and the big questions they’re still trying to answer. A podcast from The Conversation, hosted by Gemma Ware. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Schwartz Media

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A daily news show from the publisher of The Monthly and The Saturday Paper. Hear from the country’s best reporters, covering the news as it affects Australia. This is news with narrative, every weekday.
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Discover Adept English, the modern way to learn to speak English. Our goal is to help you speak English fluently. The Adept English language teaching approach is to learn through listening. We publish two new English audio lessons, with full transcripts, weekly. Every one of our English lessons will help you learn to speak English in ways that are interesting and lead to success. We have lots of podcasts, at all difficulty levels, on many topics, suitable for all listeners, ready for you to ...
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REPLACE. It's the one word that will stop climate change. If you've ever felt there are no clear guides, if you're tired of solutions like "use LED bulbs" or "drive less", if you feel hollowed out by protesters chanting "do something" without that something defined, you're not alone. Fortunately, there are thousands of people around the world who are doing "something". We'll show you their solutions, how they're doing it, how they're funded, and how long it takes to make a difference. We hav ...
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Heated, Limina House

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The HEATED podcast is a limited run series that demonstrates that COVID-19 and the climate crisis cannot be separated. In a series of up-to-the-minute interviews, HEATED's Emily Atkin connects the dots on how two of the most pressing conversations of our time are really one and the same.
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This practical approach to addressing climate change shows listeners how they can decarbonize their lives. Season One follows a house through the process of kicking the fossil fuel habit, explaining the technologies involved in home electrification and how the incentives in the Inflation Reduction Act can make it easier. See more at https://www.missoulaclimate.org/podcasts.html.
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Oil and Water

The Systems Zoo LLC

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Oil and Water is a podcast that slows down to ask questions about our relationship with oil and the fossil fuel industry. Keystone XL has been held up in court in Great Falls, but construction continues. Nearby Indigenous communities on the Fort Peck Reservation are speaking out about the risks, and their Council Chairman Lance Four Star says their voices aren’t being heard. But the story of an industrial project putting Indigenous people at risk is not new: the context is as deep as the his ...
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Insect Farming

InsectBiotech Group

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In this series of podcasts from InsectBiotech Group, co-founders Toby Webb and CEO Ignacio Gavilan they discuss their company’s focus on sustainability and circular economy principles in Spain. They aim to address significant issues like the protein gap, climate change, and the demand for non-fossil fuel-based fertilizers by converting waste into protein fertilizer and creating high-value rural jobs.The company is exploring disruptive solutions in the animal protein sector by utilizing black ...
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From the construction of virtual realities to the internet of things—technology is changing our world every day. But how can we make sure that the quickly-evolving role that tech plays in our lives is one that builds, empowers, and connects us? Host Sherrell Dorsey guides you through the latest ideas from TED Speakers, uncovering the riveting questions that sit at the intersection of technology, society, science, design, business, and innovation. Listen in every Friday.
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Power: Limits and Prospects for Human Survival

Post Carbon Institute: Energy, Climate, and Collapse

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How have humans become powerful enough to disrupt the world's climate, trigger the sixth mass extinction, and cause serious harm to the biosphere? And with all the abilities and technologies we've accrued, why do we so often oppress instead of uplift one another? Join us as we explore the hidden driver behind the converging crises of the 21st century. It all comes down to power - our pursuit of it, overuse of it, and abuse of it. Learn how different forms of power arose, what they mean for u ...
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The Stantec.io podcast features discussions with our subject matter experts who are working with digital practice teams to develop creative, technology-forward approaches that accelerate and improve our ability to solve the most difficult challenges facing our clients, communities, and industries.
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Are you Climate Curious? If you care about the world, but find the current conversation about climate change confusing, scary or boring – then this might be the podcast for you. Join TEDxLondon and co-hosts Maryam Pasha and Ben Hurst as we lift the lid on the climate emergency by speaking to the world’s leading and most relatable climate pioneers. Find out why cities are key to the climate fight, why we need to tackle systemic problems (and not just plastic straws), and why we’re all a bit c ...
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Is it possible to eradicate poverty? What steps should be taken to ensure an environmentally sustainable future for our planet? Rio+20 is a United Nations conference that draws in participation from all over the world attracting members of governments, the private sector as well as NGO’s amongst the thousands of guests who attend. The primary reason being to develop strategies to reduce poverty, advance social equity and ensure environmental protection as we look to the future. In this colle ...
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HDT Talks Trucking

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Go behind the scenes with the industry’s most seasoned trucking reporters. Heavy Duty Trucking’s editorial team uses decades of experience to bring you expert insights and interview industry professionals to discuss the latest news, trends, and technology that will help you run your fleet more efficiently, safely, and profitably.
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Corpus Christi at the intersection of a clash between dueling demands – one for water, another for energy alternatives. Dallas City Council votes to expand historical preservation efforts, with a specific outreach to communities of color. If you’re looking for an apartment in Texas, do you know what you’ll really be paying each month? A warning to …
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The Albanese government was elected on a sense of optimism for the climate movement. But nearly two years later, there’s a growing sense of unease from the climate movement and traditional owners towards the government in Canberra. So, what’s going on? How has this distrust emerged? And will it practically change how we all live with the consequenc…
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Host Shirley Rooker speaks with Daniel Turner, the founder of Power the Future, who discusses how the drive to eliminate the use of fossil fuels could affect production of thousands of items we depend on, including medical devices, medication, clothing, cars, computers and cell phones.By Federal News Network | Hubbard Radio
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A I is a fossil fuel-guzzling technology. The International Energy Agency estimates that AI and cryptocurrency could cause data centers to double their energy (yes, fossil fuel) use in a just two years (D. Blackmon reports). - - - - - What a Billy Joel concert can teach you about fossil fuels, steel making, and other keys to winning a world war, …l…
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Former Federal Minister, Greg Combet (pictured) was a guest this week on the National Press Club talking about getting to net zero: "Greg Combet - Chair of the Net Zero Economy Authority"; "After years of promises on climate change, oil giants are backtracking"; "Dive in: Climate change is affecting all types of weather"; "States brace for collisio…
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NDP MP Charlie Angus has introduced a private member’s bill calling for a ban on what his party calls 'misleading, deceptive' fossil fuel ads. The NDP says the bill would take the same approach Ottawa took to tobacco ads in 1990s. While there is predictable opposition to the bill from the oil and gas industry, others see the bill as a very modest s…
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Did you know that fossil fuel subsidies contribute to the “cheap” cost of plastic? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and Registered Dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Bev Thorpe, Co-Founder of Clean Production Action, a resource to advance a non-toxic economy. Thorpe describes the “triple planetary crisis,” and shares strategies to mov…
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Making the transition to clean energy In this episode, co-hosts Dave Roberts and Mike Arsenault talk to Michael Johnson, senior vice president in the power sector of environmental services to discuss the market outlook for the energy transition, obstacles facing the transition, the types of energy seeing the most adoption globally, and what regions…
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Insurance. Yes, it’s geeky, it’s niche. But it’s the secret lever we never knew we needed. The insurance world holds the keys to halt new fossil fuel projects in their tracks. That’s because if you can’t insure the work, it can’t go ahead. TEDxLondon’s Climate Curious speaks to two campaigners from Insure our Future, Isabelle L'Héritier and Hilda F…
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As the climate crisis gets ever more severe, the fossil fuel industry is struggling to recruit new talent. And now a number of existing employees are deciding to leave their jobs, some quietly, some very publicly, because of concerns over climate change. In this episode we speak to a researcher about this phenomenon of climate quitting. Featuring G…
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Resources we use to power our lives aren’t going to be employed in the same way in the very near future. In part-two of our fossil fuel series, we’re speaking with planetary futurist Alex Steffen about what the world could look like without these non-renewable resources. A HyperObject Industries & Sony Music Entertainment production. Find more grea…
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🌱 Today we have an English listening practice lesson https://adeptenglish.com/lessons/ which takes a look at how well clean energy is doing in 2024 and explores the question is a clean energy future really possible? If you want to improve your English vocabulary, boost your listening comprehension https://adeptenglish.com/company/learning-system/ s…
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Just 40 minutes, along with a fair bit of research, with Gabrielle Bond (pictured), the woman behind the Modern Money Lab at Adelaides Torrens University, changed, no, exploded my views about economic ideas, particularly those of Federal Government deficits. Gabrielle is an enthusiast of the Modern Money Theory (MMT) and an ardent supporter of her …
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The Climate Council CEO, Amanda McKenzie (pictured) talks about "Seizing the Decade"; "Consumer Energy Summit"; "Verdict saying Switzerland violated rights by failing on climate action could ripple across Europe"; "Does "Every Little Thing" REALLY Stop Climate Change?"; "‘Historic’ European Court of Human Rights ruling backs Swiss women in climate …
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Host Shirley Rooker speaks with Bruce McClary of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling, who discusses the special needs of military and the many frauds targeting other consumers. He describes how the debt relief promised may only increase the debt load, how promises to erase credit card debt may backfire and other scams that trap consumers.…
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Lots of news lately on stories we've been following, so in today's episode: an update! The landmark Carbon Majors report has been updated with some surprising new data, and the European Court of Human Rights has sent down an historic ruling that will shape how EU legislators look at energy and climate. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaph…
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Finance spokesperson Barbara Edmonds says a re-elected Labour Government would have been willing to expand its planned public sector cuts to protect key programmes. The tax lawyer turned MP spoke on Interest.co.nz’s Of Interest podcast about the Coalition’s fiscal policy and her role in rebuilding the Labour Party after its election defeat. Part of…
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Climate Curious alumni Tanya Beri returns to share the latest updates about her work to improve air quality on the London Underground; CAIR London. Starting the journey four years ago whilst at University, Tanya has now launched the app, and expanded it to include sound pollution data, too! Listen to Tanya’s previous episode, Which London tube has …
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With the vote on Ukraine on the cusp, the Pro-Putin wing of the American Far right is pushing a specific narrative designed to enrage Americans and call the Christianity of Speaker Johnson into question. How is Moscow influencing the Right and is there narrative taken seriously in the American political landscape? ----------DW Phillips is a documen…
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The Biden administration approved another massive oil project in Texas, drawing criticism from environmental groups and highlighting the administration’s tricky balancing act on fossil fuel production. POLITICO’s James Bikales breaks down Biden’s ongoing oil conundrum. Plus, the Biden administration is urging a federal court to reconsider its Line …
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A game-changing solution to the global food crisis could come from something so tiny you can't see it with the naked eye. Nanomaterials chemist Christy Haynes describes her team's work designing nanoparticles that could protect plants from disease and crop loss, helping farmers reap abundant harvests and grow food that will make its way to markets …
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Did you know that prenatal exposure to glyphosate has been associated with shorter gestational time in utero, decreased fetal growth and preterm birth? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and Registered Dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Cynthia Curl, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Co-Director, Center for Excellence in Environmental Heal…
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After an extraordinary embassy raid, Mexico breaks ties with Ecuador as the U.S. joins other nations in condemnation. How Central Texas has become a big player in the push for U.S.-built semiconductors. A Texas runner heads to Boston for what will be his last marathon after being diagnosed with ALS two years ago. We’ll hear from Austinite Bill Corr…
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When Penny Wong took the lectern for the keynote speech at a conference on foreign affairs this week, she could have done what politicians usually do at these events. She could have delivered a mundane speech about the same challenges we all know Australia faces in its region. Instead, she decided to float the idea that Australia should recognise a…
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🎓 Do crocodiles "really" cry? It's not what you think. Our latest English language lesson https://adeptenglish.com/lessons/ is a treasure trove of British animal idioms that intriguingly mirror those used by the French. A nice relaxed listen & learn https://adeptenglish.com/company/learning-system/ way to enrich your English vocabulary and conversa…
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The Biden administration has finalized the first national standard to limit dangerous “forever chemicals” in the nation’s drinking water – the most significant upgrade to the system in over three decades. But the regulation will come with a hefty price tag and potential legal challenges. POLITICO’s Annie Snider breaks down the details, importance a…
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It was a moment many South Africans never believed they'd live to see. On 10 May 1994, Nelson Mandela was inaugurated as president of a democratic South Africa, ending the deadly and brutal white minority apartheid regime. To mark 30 years since South Africa's post-apartheid transition began, we're running a special three-part podcast series, What …
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Abruptly shutting down all the coal-fired power plants may appeal to some, but there would likely be unintended consequences for investors, as well as plant employees and those who live where the plants are located. We dig into why a managed coal phaseout with specific target dates and actions may create a level of certainty for all involved.…
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Attorney General Ken Paxton has sued to block a guaranteed income program in Harris County, calling it “plainly unconstitutional.” U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz insists his podcast is a volunteer gig and not about the money. But a new complaint filed with the Federal Election Commission says the arrangement violates campaign finance laws. Houston’s mayor clai…
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Three years ago, Australia became the first nation in the world to make Facebook pay for news. Now, those deals are about to expire, and Facebook isn’t willing to renew them. That leaves Australia’s world-first deal hanging by a thread, and if the conflict escalates, it could even lead to Facebook and its other products, Instagram and WhatsApp, pul…
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Our memories and bodies give us clues about who we are, but what happens when this guidance shifts? In this mind-bending talk, science writer Anil Ananthaswamy shares how the experiences of "altered selves" -- resulting from schizophrenia, Alzheimer's, foreign limb syndrome or other conditions -- shed light on the constructed nature of identity. He…
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It's been 30 years since Nelson Mandela was elected president of South Africa and the country's brutal and deadly apartheid system came to a formal end. As part of The Conversation's coverage of the anniversary, we're running a special three-part podcast series this month on The Conversation Weekly. In What happened to Nelson Mandela's South Africa…
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Is having a gun an expression of some sort of freedom? The ubiquity of guns in the United States certainly suggests so. Today, Omar talks with David Yamane about his changing relationship to firearms, and if a world without them is conceivable. A HyperObject Industries & Sony Music Entertainment production. Find more great podcasts from Sony Music …
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A new book uncovers terrifying environmental misdeeds by a refinery located within the city limits of Regina, Canada, just one mile from the co-host of this podcast. Governments thankful for the positive economic impacts turned their backs on the health of their citizens. The USA’s largest public power utility has announced plans to retire what was…
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Former President Donald Trump's potential return to the White House hangs over the upcoming United Nations negotiations aimed at securing a global plastics treaty agreement by the end of the year. POLITICO’s Jordan Wolman breaks down the importance of reaching a deal and how Trump is influencing the talks. Plus, U.S. coal exports are projected to d…
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James Ker-Lindsay is an academic and analyst with internationally recognised expertise on Southeast Europe (Balkans, Turkey, Greece, and Cyprus). He has extensive experience working across Government, Private Sector, Higher Education, and Think Tanks. He is also a regular commentator for the international media, including the BBC, CNN and Reuters a…
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New BONUS Podcast Episode Canada's consumer carbon tax policy has been getting a lot of press attention of late, especially following the $15/T increase that took affect on April 1, 2024. Much has been said about it across the political spectrum, some of it accurate, and some of it just plain wrong. David's away this month, so it's just Sara and Ed…
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As Texas eclipse watchers bask in the afterglow, we’re checking in on one event that was forced to end festivities early due to inclement weather. A quarterly report offers a look at the health of Texas’ oil and gas industry. Energy analyst Matt Smith breaks it down. The new book “The King of Diamonds” by Rena Pederson follows the trail of an elusi…
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Australian Border Force and Western Australian police spent the weekend searching for 15 men who had arrived in the country by boat. Eventually, all 15 were arrested and put on a flight to Nauru. The arrival of this boat comes as the federal government attempts to legislate controversial new laws, deflect criticism from the opposition and keep immi…
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SMRs: a new horizon in Nuclear Power. This week on The Interchange: Recharged, David is joined by Ted Nordhaus, Executive Director at the Breakthrough Institute, an environmental research centre in Berkley, California. They focus on finding technological solutions to environmental problems. Achieving a net-zero emission grid by 2050, they claim, wi…
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The Energy Department’s Loan Programs Office has only spent a fraction of the $200 billion pot it could use to fund ambitious new energy projects. POLITICO’s Kelsey Tamborrino breaks down why DOE’s LPO is moving slowly and what would happen to the remaining money under a second potential Donald Trump presidency. Plus, Maryland Gov. Wes Moore says t…
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