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Co-hosted by Aecon’s sustainability leaders, Road to Net-Zero explores Aecon's journey toward achieving carbon neutrality and their leadership in embracing sustainable construction practices.
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Tech Zero

The Australian Financial Review

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How will we get to net zero? Meet the entrepreneurs leading the charge into the new industrial revolution. Empires will crumble. Fortunes will be made.
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Listen to inspiring speakers from all over the world to help cut emissions and do better business. Sumit speaks to people who are working in #ESG, #netzero, #sustainability, #science and #education, all showing anyone can make a difference to fight #climatechange.
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In ERM's podcast, host Mark Lee - Director of The Sustainability Institute by ERM - speaks with some of the most innovative and boundary-pushing minds in the field examining the connections necessary to make sustainable business a reality - across sectors and systems, and up and down organizations. Topics cover the breadth of the sustainability agenda, including net zero, nature positive, biodiversity, equity, resources and frameworks, and more.
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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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Xoserve Decarb Discussions is a dedicated podcast exploring the road to net zero for the gas industry. We’ll be talking to sector experts to examine some of the most pertinent issues when it comes to decarbonising gas - and what it means for those of us involved. We’ll also be bringing you inspiring stories from across the industry on our quest to reach net zero.
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The Carbon Removal Show is the world's leading in-depth podcast on carbon removal. We combine hours of research and interviews with the world’s leading experts to explore the latest developments in carbon removal technology and policy in an easy to digest and engaging podcast format. Our narrative driven, story-focused episodes are enjoyed by both experts in the field and climate-curious individuals wanting to learn more about this increasingly widespread topic. The problem of carbon emissio ...
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The story of our environment may well be the most important story this century. We focus on issues facing people and the planet. Leading environmentalists, organizations, activists, and conservationists discuss meaningful ways to create a better and more sustainable future. Participants include EARTHDAY.ORG, Greenpeace, UNESCO World Heritage Centre, PETA, European Environment Agency, Peter Singer, 350.org, UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development, Ci ...
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Travel makes the world a smaller and better place. Aviation has bounced back. However, as we experience climate change, we worry about our environmental impact. Sustainability in The Air, the world’s first podcast dedicated to sustainable aviation. Every week, Shashank Nigam, the CEO of SimpliFlying, talks to Airline, airport, travel and technology executives to help make sense of the Wild-West scenario. Our mission is to show the many paths to net zero, for an industry that is one of the ha ...
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Why energy system innovation matters, for both consumers and the drive to net zero. We meet the brilliant teams pushing to transform UK energy networks, and showcase opportunities for entrepreneurs, investors and others to get involved, via Ofgem's Strategic Innovation Fund, delivered by Innovate UK. Series hosted by Innovate UK's Jodie Giles and team.
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Energy Transition Today, previously known as the Joint Venture Podcast, covers all aspects of the Energy Transition. From up-to-date information on the latest deals in the market to probing analysis of policy, technology, and financial trends. We bring you insightful interviews with key market players alongside the frank opinions of our market experts.
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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.
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"Net Zero: What’s innovation got to do with it?" is a limited podcast series which includes interviews with experts – from scientists to business leaders – about the role of a critical ingredient in tackling the climate crisis: innovation. In each episode, hosts Simon Retallack and Nina Foster from the Carbon Trust’s Net Zero Intelligence Unit quiz guests about how they’ve deployed innovation to drive urgent change. The series will explore how innovation has unlocked other urgent global prob ...
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Electric Evolution

Liz Allan, Full Circle Continuous Improvement

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Electric Evolution is about the journey to a more sustainable future so we can all do our bit to achieve net zero. Liz Allan will be discussing a variety of topics with experts in their field in order to educate and increase our knowledge of clean and renewable energy, electric vehicles, and the electric vehicle infrastructure. There is so much overwhelming information currently out there and so much to learn. This podcast aims to help people make more informed decisions.
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Green Business Programme

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Learn more about energy, resource, waste and water efficiency as well as engage on low carbon, environmental and green sustainability initiatives. A podcast delivered by the Decarbonisation Net Zero Programme in association with BEAS.
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Leading

Goalhanger Podcasts

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Rory Stewart and Alastair Campbell, hosts of Britain's biggest podcast (The Rest Is Politics), have joined forces once again for their new interview podcast, ‘Leading’. Every Monday, Rory and Alastair interrogate, converse with, and interview some of the world's biggest names - from both inside and outside of politics - about life, leadership, or leading the way in their chosen field. Whether they're sports stars, thought-leaders, presidents or internationally-recognised religious figures, A ...
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World Nuclear News

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Bringing you the news from the worldwide nuclear energy sector, interviews with key players and easy-to-follow guides to the nuclear essentials each month. The World Nuclear News team has been reporting about nuclear power since 2007 at: https://www.world-nuclear-news.org/ WNN is supported by the World Nuclear Association and draws on its global network of contacts across the industry, academia and international agencies.
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We need to achieve net-zero emissions by mid-century to avoid catastrophic climate change, and business plays a big part in meeting this goal. Join 100% Renewables’ Co-CEO Barbara Albert as she interviews senior decision-makers from organizations leading the way on climate action. If you want to hear best practice stories of how other businesses drive net profit with zero emissions, this show is for you.
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Join us on our journey as we learn about Energy Advising and Net Zero Homes! We want to be able to share what we learn as we take the plunge into environmentally friendly building structures, and do our part to build a better standard for the planet!
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Emily Maitlis, Jon Sopel and Lewis Goodall – three of the UK’s top journalists – host an award-winning daily news podcast: The News Agents. They’re not just here to tell you what's happening, but why. Expect astute analysis and explanation of the day's news – and a healthy dose of scepticism and the ability to laugh at it all when needed. Episodes are available every weekday afternoon. You can listen to The News Agents on Alexa, just say "Alexa ask Global Player to play The News Agents" The ...
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What are the climate stories that really matter? What breakthrough innovations and ambitious business initiatives could genuinely accelerate the transition to a net-zero, circular economy? And who’ll take home the coveted Big Fat Sustainability Uncovered Quiz of the Year trophy? Join the edie team for this long-running show which makes the big climate issues bite-sized. Sustainability Uncovered, hosted in association with Lloyds Bank, uncovers some of most inspiring and insightful sustainabi ...
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IfG Events

Institute for Government

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How can government in the UK recover from a more than half a decade of political chaos and confusion? What can be done to solve some of the most complex policy challenges in living memory? And which battlegrounds will define the fast-approaching – and critical – general election? Featuring some of the world's most innovative public figures, politicians, opinion-formers and academics, the IfG EVENTS podcast brings you the very best of the Institute for Government's agenda-shaping speeches, in ...
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Dive into Climate Confident, the beacon of hope in your podcast library, illuminating the path to a cooler planet. With new episodes awakening every Wednesday at 7 AM CET, join visionary host Tom Raftery on an enlightening journey through the world of climate innovation and triumph. Climate Confident (formerly Climate 21) stands as your premier destination for uncovering the most impactful strategies and stories of emission reduction and environmental rejuvenation. Each week, Tom engages wit ...
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Race to Net Zero

NRG Energy and Smart Energy Decisions

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A six-episode series by NRG and Smart Energy Decisions featuring conversations with energy experts and businesses who have committed to net-zero carbon emissions. Throughout the series, host John Failla will interview industry experts and share actionable energy measures your business can implement and carbon reduction success stories to help you on your race to net zero. If you’re interested in taking a deeper dive into the topics discussed and learn more about where your peers are on their ...
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Across the UK, local authorities are declaring a climate emergency, seeking to lead action at a local level to reduce carbon emissions, increase biodiversity, transition to net zero and ultimately improve the quality of life of their residents and the local environment. In this podcast series from UCL and the Local Government Association (LGA), researchers and policy professionals from councils across England share their reflections on working together on the Net Zero Innovation Programme - ...
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Energy vs Climate is a live, interactive webinar and podcast where energy experts David Keith, Sara Hastings-Simon and Ed Whittingham break down the trade-offs and hard truths of the energy transition in Alberta, Canada, and beyond. ___ www.energyvsclimate.com Twitter/X | Facebook | Instagram | Threads | Bluesky | YouTube | LinkedIn
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Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB)

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Welcome to Collabor8 – Transitioning to Net Zero. A podcast brought to you by the Engineering Construction Training Board (ECITB). The UK’s energy systems and global energy technology is advancing rapidly. Industry is working to achieve net zero and create a more sustainable future in the industrial clusters. But how can industry harness these developments and what are the challenges? This is where ECITB’s Collabor8 podcast can help. The ECITB aims to develop a trusted net zero information h ...
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Exploring the biggest challenges in today's business world, we bring the best of academic research and industry together in each episode. From the challenges of reaching net zero to the future of the office, we bring you up to date with the latest research and cutting edge insights from the CEOs and executives of the leading companies. We reveal how academic research can be used in the real world.
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Innovation Zero exists to accelerate meaningful action towards a low-carbon economy and society, and our mission is to build and connect a global network of innovators, funders, businesses and policymakers. Hear from the thought leaders and pioneers that took to the stage at Innovation Zero 2023 to deepen your knowledge in the transformation to a low-carbon economy. You can find recorded versions of these sessions here: https://www.innovationzero.com/content-centre We will return to Olympia ...
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To address climate crisis, we have to pursue an energy system based on renewable energy and other low carbon technology. Through reasonable discussions with a variety of researchers from institutes and think tanks, this podcast informs curious minds of poliy debate on sustainable energy transition and global climate governance. The podcast is now being updated for its second season. The first season was called the REEI Energy and Climate Podcast.
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Learn about innovative technologies and strategies leading organizations are leveraging to create a more sustainable world. There are a lot of people talking the talk when it comes to sustainability. This podcast focuses on organizations that are walking the walk.
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Welcome to "Green Minds, Blue Prints: Designing Together for Net Zero," the podcast that explores innovative approaches to sustainable design and the collective efforts to achieve a net-zero future. We created this episode to support the New Building Institute’s Net Zero Buildings Week happening June 12-19, 2023. Follow the week's events at #Decarb4Good. In this episode, we have a solid foursome of guests who are at the forefront of this movement. Joining us today are Emma Siegel and Samanth ...
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The auto industry sits at the intersection of the three largest carbon emitting sectors in the United States -- transportation, industry, and energy. That's why experts say it is critical for automakers and their suppliers to take a leading role on cutting carbon. Driving to Zero host Jake Neher and Automotive News Executive Editor Jamie Butters take an in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at the industry at it races toward carbon neutrality.
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SMS plc brings you Energy Matters. The podcast which explores the UK energy system's journey to net zero emissions, and how innovative, low-carbon solutions for both consumers and businesses will be fundamental to driving it forward. Each episode, we invite industry experts to tackle the sector's most important topics, and how addressing these issues can help solve our climate crisis.
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Welcome to Building sustainably: the road to net zero, a podcast by RPS. Achieving net zero requires a transformational shift in the way we plan, design, and build. But as the 2050 target edges closer, significant challenges lie ahead. In this podcast series, we aim to tackle the key issues head-on. We’ll explore real-life case studies and provide actionable advice on how to define, design, and manage net zero projects and programmes. In this series, we focus on the decarbonisation challenge ...
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Sue Nelson and Alice Hope explore the numbers behind nature and pick apart the jargon and misinformation surrounding climate, the environment and biodiversity. Each month, they start with a number and investigate what it really means. From net zero to hedgerows, worms to water, Sue and Alice aren’t afraid to get their feet muddy in the quest for facts. Producer: Rachael Buchanan A Boffin Media production for the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
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Conversations about global commodity markets and the disruptive technologies driving the transition to a low-carbon economy. Each week, Dana Perkins sits down with different BloombergNEF (BNEF) analysts to discuss their latest research and unique perspective on the future of energy, transport, agriculture, sustainability and more.
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“There’s a lot of greenwashing that's going on these days. It is great marketing. And that was really the reason why I wrote this book. I had started to see the patterns. You can start to tell them the companies that are genuinely doing it versus the companies that are just talking about it. So that was one indicator, you know, a company that would…
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Un bonus français épisode de notre balado #Verslacarboneutralite est ici! Nos animateurs, Clement Boisselier and Josiane Laflamme-Charetter, discutent du rôle d’Aecon dans la progression de la transition énergétique et de notre engagement envers le développement durable dans la foulée de la publication de notre Rapport sur le développement durable …
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Join Alex Cameron for this episode which welcomes Petter Østbø, former CEO of EuroChem and Founder/CEO of AtlasAgro. You’ll hear about the route to net zero in global fertilisers and the development of AtlasAgro’s ‘plant of the future’. The economic realities that large fertilizer companies face, largely due to fossil fuel-based assets and the natu…
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Join us on “Monday Night Live” tonight for a fascinating session with Dr. Colin Summerhayes, a distinguished marine geochemist and oceanographer who specializes in climate change research. Net Zero: Can We Achieve It? Dr. Colin Summerhayes Weighs In Dr. Summerhayes, an Emeritus Associate of Cambridge University’s Scott Polar Research Institute, has…
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Lewis Goodall hosts a special report from Port Talbot, South Wales, where thousands of jobs are about to be lost at Tata Steel. Port Talbot is Britain's last great steelworks, and a community has been built around it for generations. But Tata has announced 2,800 job losses across the UK as part of the closure of the site's blast furnaces and a tran…
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“The creation of roads is this process that's sort of innate to all beings. You know, we're all sort of inclined to create and follow trails. We just do it at a much vaster and more permanent and destructive scale. I think we need to reconceive how we think about roads in some ways, right? I mean, we think about roads, certainly here in the U. S., …
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While you’re waiting for more episodes of The Carbon Removal Show, we wanted to introduce you to another project that our very own Tom Previte has been busy on… Grounded: A Climate Startup Journey This is the story of a startup that wants to remove carbon from the atmosphere and help reshape our relationship with the planet. Ideally without burning…
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Professor Keith Bell holds the Scottish Power Chair in Future Power Systems at the University of Strathclyde. In this episode, SIF's David Richardson spends some stuff chatting all things energy transition with Keith. David and SIF programme lead Jodie Giles also reflect on Keith's thoughts about UK’s role as a leader in the energy transition, and …
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What is regenerative business? How can we create a business mindset that addresses social, economic and environmental issues? Esha Chhabra has written for national and international publications over the last 15 years, focusing on global development, the environment, and the intersection of business and impact. Her work has been featured in The New…
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Why did the Tory Party choose to make Liz Truss and Boris Johnson prime minister? How does it feel to be the second shortest-serving chancellor in post-war history? What was the true thinking behind the disastrous Truss-Kwarteng mini-budget? On today's episode of Leading, Rory and Alastair are joined for the second and final episode of their conver…
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We are on the ground in Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, where Europe and Asia meet. For weeks hundreds of thousands of (overwhelmingly) Gen Zs have taken to the streets to protest against their government. The gates of Parliament have been stormed, tear gas repeatedly deployed, protesters beaten up and with even a fist fight among MPs thrown in. T…
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This week on The Sports Agents former England defender Rio Ferdinand joined us to discuss the stigma around mental health in football and whether teams are now better equipped to work with players who are struggling. We were also joined by Jadon Sancho's former youth coach and mentor Sayce Lewis-Holmes to find out more about the level of pressure o…
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The Rt Hon David Lammy MP set out how a foreign policy lens of ‘progressive realism’ might affect the practice of diplomacy, should Labour win the election. The discussion covered the evolution of the Foreign Office as an institution, under both Labour and Conservative governments. It focused in particular on the balance between traditional diploma…
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This week, we bring you updates from two of the market's most forward-looking segments, nuclear and hydrogen. We assess the UK's nuclear ambitions and ask whether there's hope for an SMR breakthrough, as well as a focus on the winners of the first European Hydrogen Bank auction process. We also bring you the latest on inspiratia's event series, bre…
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Keir Starmer has rolled up his sleeves, taken off his tie and headed to Essex to unveil his six first steps for government. Is Starmer looking for Blairite comparisons? Is there the same enthusiasm for change as there was in 1997? And what are the hard questions Labour still needs to answer, but won’t? Later we speak with Lewis in Tblisi ahead of a…
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In this episode, we talk to Daniel Rosen Jacobson, co-founder, co-CEO and Chief Business Officer of Elysian Aircraft, a startup that is developing a clean-sheet 90-seater battery electric aircraft. Jacobson discusses Elysian’s unique approach to electric aviation, which focuses on a larger aircraft capable of carrying passengers over distances of a…
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In an exclusive early interview we speak to the Government's Independent Advisor on Political Violence. John Woodcock, a cross party peer, has spent the last four years putting together recommendations to make public life safer by cracking down on extreme protest. He'll present his findings to parliament next week. Why do we need this? And which gr…
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The first quarter of 2024 has seen a flurry of sustainable finance policy activity and a wave of mandatory reporting rules. Yet on the flip side, anti-ESG policies are gaining traction in the US. On today’s show, Dana is joined by Maia Godemer, senior associate for green and sustainable finance at BloombergNEF, to discuss this rapidly changing envi…
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Can tourism ever be green? It's one of those double edged swords, tourism brings wealth and changes lives often in some of the poorest parts of the world, yet the effect of tourists can be damaging to the environment. London is a world tourism hub with more than 2.5 million international visitors last year, let alone the thousands of Brits who visi…
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Send me a message Hi everyone, Tom Raftery here, and welcome back to another episode of the Climate Confident podcast. This week, I had the pleasure of speaking with Dana R. Fisher, director of the Centre for Environment, Community, and Equity at American University and author of the new book, Saving Ourselves - From Climate Shocks to Climate Actio…
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The Institute for Government welcomed Lucy Powell MP, the Shadow Leader of the Commons, to give a keynote speech on how a Labour government would approach parliament, the legislative process, and the role of MPs. With Westminster hit by a series of scandals in recent years, what can be done to restore parliament's image? How can the legislative pro…
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As wind and solar experience rapid growth and a growing share of power grids, the intermittent nature of renewables underscores the need for effective energy storage technology development. EV batteries will need their own tech advancement for nervous consumers with range anxieties to make the switch to electric mobility. Hosts David, Sara, and Ed …
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We have a real live government Secretary of State with us in News Agents HQ today - David TC Davies insists the election still winnable for the Conservatives - and says if you want to see what Labour would do in power, then look at the mess unfolding in Wales. Is he missing something or are we? Later, Peter Conradi - author of Who Lost Russia - tak…
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Episode 88: Liz Allan and Joel Teague - Creating Community-Based Solutions for EV Charging Challenges. Liz Allan speaks to Joel Teague, CEO of Cocharger and an active member of the Renewable Energy Association. They discuss how Co-Charger is harnessing the power of the community to revolutionise EV charging, turning private home charging points int…
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From attacking opposition policies to rebutting opposition attacks, selling key messages to voters and shaping media narratives, general election campaigns can be won or lost on the success of a communications strategy. So how do the parties design and deliver their approach to the media, or to communicating beyond the media? How different are the …
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Jeff and Dan are joined by Dr. Peter Rickaby again. We were due a catch up so we recorded the conversation because he's always interesting. Peter should need little introduction, so we'll just say he's our favourite retrofit expert (sorry everyone else) and our most frequent guest on the show. He's only returned to the pod, not to the UK. In princi…
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In this episode, Passive House Podcast host Matthew Cutler Welsch talks with Darryn Parkinson of Eclipse Passive House. Darryn is a builder with a passion for sustainability and efficiency. From his early fascination with understanding how things work to his deep concern about environmental impact, Darryn shares his transition from traditional buil…
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If it had been a speech about defence, it might have made more sense. But Rishi Sunak had no new policy offerings in todays pronouncement - he warned of a scary future under Starmer - then started talking about football shirts, ozempic, civic duty, literacy, and optimism. It was, in essence, an electioneering speech - criticising labour for blaming…
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The success of the civil service has always depended on the recruitment and retention of exceptional individuals – and this means bringing in talented outsiders with particular skills and capabilities. It is 170 years since the Northcote-Trevelyan report argued that people “of the highest abilities should be selected for the highest posts” in White…
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"If I were 22 now, I probably wouldn't vote Conservative" - Kwasi Kwarteng In the first of two episodes with the former Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rory and Alastair speak to Kwasi about the future of the Tory Party, New Labour's conservatism, Rishi Sunak, Rwanda, Brexit, Liz Truss, diversity in politics, the British Empire, and much, much more. I…
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The latest episode of edie’s Sustainability Uncovered podcast is streaming now, as the team and our special guests seek to make sense of the biggest trials, tribulations and opportunities on the road to net-zero for businesses.This episode includes deep dives into decarbonising agriculture, finance and buildings.Whether you’re a business leader, cl…
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This week on The Sports Agents, Gabby & Mark took a closer look at a controversial new rule in cricket - the impact player in the IPL - and whether it's introduction became a threat to the fabric of the sport. The Telegraph's Nick Hoult joined us in the studio to discuss it's impact on the game and whether the current domestic schedule demands too …
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In this episode, Viola welcomes Adrien Pinsard, CEO and Founder of Telis Energy Group, a green energy development platform backed by The Carlyle Group. In this episode, Adrian shares insights from his 18 years in the sector and explains how Telis' decentralised model is designed to enhance local energy transitions across Europe. The conversation de…
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Did the Labour Party screw up in welcoming Natalie Elphicke into its party? One former frontbencher tells us Keir Stamer got this wrong. They're calling on him to now re-admit Dianne Abbott and Jeremy Corbyn into the Labour fold. Has Keir just made his life much harder in search of onesexy headline? Later, Is Biden about to stop arms sales to Israe…
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What is road ecology? How are our roads driving certain species towards extinction? And what can we do about it? Ben Goldfarb is a conservation journalist. He is the author of Crossings: How Road Ecology Is Shaping The Future of Our Planet, named one of the best books of 2023 by the New York Times, and Eager: The Surprising, Secret Life of Beavers …
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In this episode, we talk to three key members of Harbour Air, North America’s largest seaplane airline. Harbour Air’s CEO Bert Van Der Stege, Engineering and Quality Manager Erika Holtz, and Head of Digital and Customer Experience Suzanne Bremski discuss the airline’s vision for the future of electric aviation. Harbour Air has a strong track record…
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Very little political news is truly jaw dropping. But this morning's was. Natalie Elphicke, on the Conservative right of the party, and MP for Dover, has defected to Labour. She crossed the floor before Prime Minister's Questions and was warmly welcomed by Keir Starmer. It was not so long ago that Rachel Reeves was telling Elphicke to "fuck off", a…
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“We know we're facing the extermination of life on the planet. And we've not stopped doing it. Why can't we fix it? I don't really sense, except among a certain level of educated elites in the West, a really deep understanding of our commitment to economic prosperity as a superordinate value. Climate change restrictions so that we can have an end t…
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As the host of this year’s G-20 meetings and next year’s COP30 climate conference, Brazil is in the spotlight. Ranked sixth globally for energy transition investment in 2023, and third for both wind and solar capacity additions, Brazil is aiming to use its vast array of natural resources to ensure its future as a clean energy powerhouse. On today’s…
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Now it's great when you the audience get in touch to tell your net hero story. That's exactly what Robert Johnson, of Arigna Fuels did and what a tale he has to tell. It's all about solid fuels especially for the rural market in Ireland, where Arigna is based. Being very open and honest, he explained how they were still selling coal but trying to c…
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Send me a message In this thought-provoking episode of the Climate Confident podcast, I'm joined by Ditte Lysgaard Vind, Chair of the Danish Design Council and author of the book Danish Design Heritage and Global Sustainability. Ditte sheds light on how Danish design heritage influences global sustainability and the crucial role of living within pl…
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The government is determined not to let a little thing like a disastrous set of local elections put it off its stride. Over the course of the bank holiday we were told that 'the plan is working... it just needs a little more time'. Labour is having none of it - accusing the PM of 'gaslighting' the public over the state of the UK economy. But what i…
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In this episode of Decarb Discussions, our host James Verdon is joined by Professor Russell Thomas, who recently published a paper on the transformation of the UK gas industry between 1949 and the end of the 1980s. Listen as they discuss the challenges of the sector during the nationalisation of the gas distribution system, and what lessons can be …
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Episode 87: Liz Allan and Adam Thurman - The Electric Vehicle Repair Revolution. Liz Allan speaks to Adam Thurman, Managing Director of EV Bodyshops, the trailblazing founder of EV Body Shops - the UK's first body shop dedicated to repairing electric vehicles and a hub for innovation in electric vehicle care. They discuss the intricate web of suppl…
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This week we're joined by Nesta's Deputy Mission Director, Andrew Sissons, to discuss his take on why the UK has such a weird relationship with heat pumps. It was inspired by an excellent Twitter thread on the subject that gained quite a bit of attention the other week. We talk through it all so you might as well listen, or just take a look at the …
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In this episode of the podcast, Co-Hosts Mary James and Ilka Cassidy speak with Heather Mott, Director of Architecture at Collective Carpentry. Heather provides an update on the progress of the company's pre-designed homes, known as Collective Homes. She delves into the refinements made to their building process, including advancements in communica…
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