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Capture6 CEO, Ethan Cohen-Cole, talks: SVB bank, climate tech & being bullish on gigaton’s of CO2 removal
In this ClimateGenn episode I am speaking with California Climate Tech CEO, Dr Ethan Cohen-Cole, about the impact the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank had on his business and the niche climate tech sector as… Read More »Capture6 CEO, Ethan Cohen-Cole, talks: SVB bank, climate tech & being bullish on gigaton’s of CO2 removal
In this ClimateGenn episode I am speaking with Marco Simonetti, an engineer and Director of an innovative water sourcing company, called Aquaseek, based at Turin Polytechnic, in Northern Italy. Marco and his colleagues have been… Read More »Sources of Water In A Drier World | Aquaseek | Marco Simonetti
The UN Climate COP’s are not succeeding in solving the longterm problem of overshooting our Paris climate commitments. This episode focuses on the emerging voices that are defining the overshoot agenda. View here on Youtube:… Read More »2023 – The Dawning Era Of ‘Overshoot’ & ‘Intervention’ (Climate Engineering)
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… the situation is a little bit frightening! Kelly Wanser, Silver Lining Institute: climate modelling, interventions, and unlocking global south talent “quickly”
In this ClimateGenn episode, I speak to Silver Lining Institute Executive Director, Kelly Wanser about the urgent need to invest billions of dollars into expanding our global coverage of climate modelling capacity. The worsening risks… Read More »… the situation is a little bit frightening! Kelly Wanser, Silver Lining Institute: climate modelling, interventions, and unlocking global south talent “quickly”
With the climate continuing to change and severe weather events becoming more frequent and more severe, there needs to be increased focus on addressing the root cause of these changes – emissions of greenhouse gases.… Read More »Addressing 40% of global greenhouse gas emissions in the built environment
In this ClimateGenn episode, I am speaking with Eden Project founder, Sir Tim Smit about the stories that need to be told to create the future we want o to have. Sir Tim sees the… Read More »Sir Tim Smit | Eden Projects for the future (come the revolution!)
In this ClimateGenn episode, I speak to Dr Ye Tao at Harvard University who is head of the Mirrors for Earth Energy Rebalancing (MEER). Please follow or get in touch at https://genn.cc or join/support via… Read More »MEER | Mirrors For earth’s Energy Rebalancing with Dr Ye Tao at Harvard University
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”
Challenge for society Globally, buildings are responsible for approximately 30% of all energy use. Some of that energy is going to be provided by electricity that comes from wind turbines which do not have any… Read More »Building Infrastructure Challenges | Getting Beyond Net Zero
In this episode of Shaping The Future, I am speaking with the Director of the Centre for Climate Repair in Cambridge, Dr Shaun Fitzgerald about how buildings can be adapted for climate resilience and the… Read More »Centre For Climate Repair, Dr Shaun Fitzgerald OBE | Flipping buildings from carbon source to sink
The level of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere is too high; we are currently at over 500ppm CO2e. Worse still, global emissions continue apace. This is in part due to the inertia in our societies… Read More »Greenhouse Gas Removal (GGR) at scale is complex but necessary
‘If you are in the 21st Century, I think you should only be allowed to call yourself a billionaire if you have actually absorbed a billion tonnes of CO2 from the atmosphere!’
The global effort to create the world’s first Fusion reactor reaches 75% readiness at French laboratory
After a decade of design and fabrication, General Atomics is ready to ship the first module of the Central Solenoid, the world’s most powerful magnet. It will become a central component of ITER, a machine… Read More »The global effort to create the world’s first Fusion reactor reaches 75% readiness at French laboratory
Professor Keith makes the case for solar geoengineering research as a just way to approach the climate emergency
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Solar geoengineering goes wrong in this epic book by scientist Bill McGuire