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‘Saving Ourselves’ by Dana Fisher: A policy cascade only after millions die from climate shocks!

This episode with Dana R fisher is the unofficial part 2 of 3 looking at the sociological side of collective action, while we try to slow the sinking of the Titanic, to make homes on… Read More »‘Saving Ourselves’ by Dana Fisher: A policy cascade only after millions die from climate shocks!

Sally Weintrobe: Climate Psychology and the struggle to care

In this ClimateGenn episode I am speaking with author and member of the Climate Psychology Alliance, Sally Weintrobe.  We discuss underlying mental processes ranging from Narcissistic entitlement, to profound caring. These form the individual and… Read More »Sally Weintrobe: Climate Psychology and the struggle to care

Rupert Read Denial On Trial

Professor Rupert Read | Denial On Trial and What To Do When The COP fails.

In this episode of Shaping The Future, I am speaking to professor Rupert Read on the eve of his trial that has since taken place resulting in a guilty verdict and a very modest fine handed… Read More »Professor Rupert Read | Denial On Trial and What To Do When The COP fails.

Professor Kevin Anderson. | To Hell In A Hand Cart

Professor Kevin Anderson: “To hell in a hand cart”

In the run-up to COP26, we face a new onslaught of mainstream media coverage of how this conference will decide the fate of humanity. The truth is that even the best outcome being sought by… Read More »Professor Kevin Anderson: “To hell in a hand cart”

Martin Bunzl | Thinking While Walking | Are we delusional about our perception of nature?

Martin Bunzl | Thinking While Walking | Are we delusional about our perception of nature?

In this episode, I speak to the philosopher, Martin Bunzl, about his new book, Thinking While Walking, Reflections on the Pacific Crest Trail. Martin is professor of philosphy emeritus at Rutgers University in the US.… Read More »Martin Bunzl | Thinking While Walking | Are we delusional about our perception of nature?