Recorded in week 2 of COP27 in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt. Professor Hayhoe is a Canadian climate scientist and communicator at the Nature Conservancy and Texas Tech University in the United States. In this episode,… Read More »At #COP27 with Professor Katharine Hayhoe- The shifting sands of climate policy
In this episode of Shaping The Future I am speaking with Glaciologist, Dr Heidi Sevestre, about the changing state of the Arctic, the outlook for the Russian Chairmanship of the Arctic Council, of which Heidi… Read More »Heidi Sevestre | Arctic Permafrost threshold
Barack Obama now argues “we are speeding our car towards the cliff at a very fast rate”. Adrian Bridge, CEO of the 326yr old port company hosting the former US president adds “what we need… Read More »Barack Obama admits Paris Accord targets ‘not enough to avoid catastrophe’
Featuring:Caroline Lucas, British Member of ParliamentSaleemul Huq, Senior Fellow at the International Institute for Environment & Development (IIED)Kevin Anderson, Deputy Director of Tyndall Centre for Climate Change & Professor at University of Manchester, UKJason Box, professor… Read More »1.5ºC – A New Boundary For Global Warming?
The atmosphere within the COP21 meeting was one of business instead of saving Mother Earth. World leaders were in deep negotiations not over climate policy, they were in negotiations about commercialization of nature. The result… Read More »COP21 Paris Accord failed humanity, impacted communities respond
Full transcript: SECRETARY KERRY: Thank you, Todd, extraordinarily for those more than generous words. I really, really appreciate them. I might have loved it if you found a less menacing notion than a ballistic missile.… Read More »US Secretary of State Speaking At COP21 – Briefing to media
Tar sands Dr James Hansen summarised the danger posed by extracting oil from toxic tar sands when he said, “If Canada proceeds, and we do nothing, it will be game over for the climate.” So,… Read More »Canadian Minister says “Canada is Back!” (with tar sands)