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Recent activism in the UK has made worldwide headlines. By bringing cultural treasures into the discussion, it raises new anxieties, and questions about what is at stake. The visual impact of the soup hitting the… Read More »Action And Activism – Is it time to mobilise the moderate masses?
During my trip across Alentejo, it was a pleasure to visit the cooperative Adega de Borba. Winemaking in and around Borba has a long pedigree and is even mentioned in ‘Murray’s handbook to Travels in… Read More »Ep. 4 – Adega De Borba, Sustainability = Survivability of Communities, Helena Ferreira
In this episode of ClimateGenn I am speaking to Dr Paul Behrens about the complexity of population, consumption and climate change. In his book, ‘The Best of Times, The Worst of Times’ Paul addresses population,… Read More »Dr Paul Behrens | Population, Consumption & Climate Change
Please do subscribe and be sure to comment or send me your feedback by email. You can also support this series via https://patreon.com/genncc. In this Climate Genn episode, I am speaking to Professor Katharine Hayhoe… Read More »Professor Katharine Hayhoe: [Who Is] Saving Us[?] – ClimateGenn Podcast
In this ClimateGenn episode, I am speaking with author Tom Rosenstiel about his new political thriller, The Days To Come. Visit: https://genn.cc to view the series or https://patreon.com/genncc to support my work. Tom has switched… Read More »Author Tom Rosenstiel Discusses New Political Climate Thriller: The Days To Come
In this ClimateGenn episode, I am speaking to professor Peter Wadhams from the University of Cambridge about his recent research for a book he is writing on the viability of greenhouse gas removal from the… Read More »Prof. Peter Wadhams | Can we remove billions of tonnes of CO2? And methane?
Political elites in the UK have never looked more out of touch than they do today. Despite this, in Scotland, we see a Climate Citizens Assembly that is working with experts to come up with… Read More »How Scotland’s Climate Assembly informs policymaking & citizens alike
A quick meet-up with prof. Katharine Hayhoe – here we gauge the mood of the COP, the mood on the streets, and whether the COP is full of little more than hot air or not.… Read More »Professor Katharine Hayhoe | This affects all of us #cop26glasgow
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”
This episode features an interview with former Pakistani Defence Minister General Ghazi. I recorded this at COP25 in Madrid and am replaying here because General Ghazi identifies with great clarity, a stage process that can… Read More »[Preventing Human Chaos] General Ghazi | Climate As A Driver Of Conflict
In this episode of Shaping The Future I speak with author, Allison Cobb, about her new book titled ‘Plastic – An Autobiography’. With poetic sensitivity, Allison explores the complexity of how plastic has become part… Read More »‘Plastic – An Autobiography’ – Allison Cobb’s poetic journey into the personal & ecological crisis
We need global coordination to prevent Antarctic catastrophe
Rabbi Yonatan Neril discusses his new book EcoBible.
UK Met Office Chief Exec Professor Penny Endersby discusses climate modelling ambitions and limits
Climate scientists discusses the impacts of the pandemic on the climate crisis
The oceans cover 70% of the Earth’s surface and are a major source of oxygen and carbon sink. This new study confirms that they are also in rapid decline as deoxygenation also means a dead… Read More »Professor Dan Daffoley – IUCN Deoxygenation of Oceans